Within the framework of pertubative QCD we calculate inclusive $\Jpsi$
production using the ``color singlet model'' (CSM).
Predictions for the total cross section including the leading corrections
from initial state radiation and the $\psi'$ contribution are given.
We analyze the production and decay properties by considering
suitable lepton-hadron correlations.
It is shown that the production and the decay process
of an $\Jpsi$ are described by four structure functions, respectively.
We give analytical expressions
for these
structure functions
and suggest energy dependent coefficients of angular
distributions as a test for the model. Finally we give detailed predictions
for an energy of 10.5 GeV that could be tested at the CLEO-II experiment.
The effect of arbitrarily polarized electron/positron beams is included.