Vogel, Ezra F.
VOGEL, Ezra F.
VOGEL, Ezra F. American, b. 1930. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Henry Ford II Professor of Social Sciences, 1986-, Fairbank Center, Director, 1995-, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, (Research Fellow, 1958-60; Research Associate to Lecturer, 1961-67; Professor, 1967-86; Associate Director, 1967-73, and Director, 1973-77, of E. Asian Research Center; Chairman, Council on E. Asian Studies, 1977-80; Director of Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, 1980- 87; Member of Faculty Council, 1981-84). National Intelligence Officer for East Asia, U.S. Government, 1993-95. Assistant Professor, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1960-61. Publications: Japan's New Middle Class, 1963; Canton under Communism, 1969; Japan as Number One: Lessons for America, 1979; Comeback (business), 1985; The Impact of Japan on a Changing World, 1987; One Step ahead in China: Guangdong under Reform, 1987; (with D. Davis) Chinese Society on the Eve of Tiananmen Square, 1990; The Four Little Dragons, 1991. EDITOR: (with N.W. Bell) A Modern Introduction to the Family, 1960, 1968; Modern Japanese Organization and Decision Making, 1975; (with G. Lodge) Ideology and National Competitiveness, 1987. Address: 14 Sumner Rd, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.