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The study of CEO human resource management has been popular because of the stakes involved in anticipating and predicting effects on corporate stock prices. Local customs affect regional organizational leadership philosophies, including societal norms common to America and Japan, which prompt management structures to be unique for each country. A prolonged slowdown in the Japanese economy starting in the early 1990s has caused scholars to debate the impact of coinciding declines in theirdoi:10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2312 fatcat:xpdunonsg5eapiql2hyj43brsq