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The Vitality of Japan

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In this volume the reader will find interesting forms of analysis on Japan just as it was embarking on potentially the most important changes in its political system since 1955, when the Liberal Democratic Party was created through a merger of Japan's two dominant conservative parties of that era. With the old Cold War verities no longer in place, new challenges arose for the Japanese government and Japanese corporations. The challenges of the 1990s include a protracted domestic economic downturn, and the need to begin redefining Japan's international profile in the face of an increasingly powerful China, an ever more desperate North Korea, and shifts in the shared responsibility built into the US-Japan security treaty.

Auteur

DAVID ARASE Associate Professor, Department of Politics, Pomona College, Claremont, California KENT E. CALDER Director of the Program on US-Japan Relations, Princeton University, Tenured Professor of Political and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School KENNETH S. COURTIS Professor and First Vice-President of Deutsche Bank Group Asia GEORGE A. DE VOS Psychologist and Professor emeritus of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley ROBERT GILPIN is the Dwight D Eisenhour Professor of International Affairs at Princeton University DAVID D. HALE Chief Economist and Senior Vice-president of Kemper Financial Companies IVAN P. HALL was a Professor at Tsukuba, Keio and Gakushuin Universities DONALD C. HELLMAN Professor of International Studies and Political Science, Henry M Jackson School of International Studies and Seattle Director of the APEC Study Centre GAVAN MCCORMACK Professor of Japanese History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University TAKEYUKI TSUDA PhD candidate in anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley.



Contenu
Contributors - Acknowledgements - Introduction - PART ONE: ISSUES IN ECONOMIC STRATEGY - Japan: The Course Ahead - Kenneth S.Courtis - The Yen's Role in World Financial Diplomacy: Should We Focus on Trade Flows or Investment Flows? - David D. Hale - The Japan Problem: Economic Challenge or Strategic Threat? - Robert Gilpin - PART TWO: ISSUES IN DOMESTIC POLITICS - The Need for Reform in Japanese Politics - J. A. A. Stockwin - The Emptiness of Affluence: Vitality, Embolism and Symbiosis in the Japanese Body Politic - Gavan McCormack - Organised Dependence: Politicians and Bureaucrats in Japan - E. B. Keehn - PART THREE: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ISSUES - Japan's Contributions to International Society: The Limits Imposed by Domestic Political Structures - David Arase - Japan and America in East Asia in the Wake of the Cold War: Drift and Immobilism amidst International Upheaval - Donald C. Hellmann - Domestic Constraints and Japan's Emerging International Role - Kent E. Calder - Missions, Mechanisms and Modalities of Fledgling Cooperative Regimes in the Pacific - Takashi Inoguchi - PART FOUR: SOCIAL ISSUES - Creativity without Diversity? The Anomalous Case of the Japanese University - Ivan P Hall - Socialisation and Social Vitality: A Psychocultural Perspective - Takeyuki Tsuda and George A. De Vos - Annex : Excerpts from the Discussions at the Conference - Introductory Remarks - General Considerations - Economic Vitality - Social and Cultural Vitality - Political Vitality - Future Vitality - Index

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Titre: The Vitality of Japan
Autre:
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Code EAN: 9780312173135
ISBN: 978-0-312-17313-5
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Médias et communication
nombre de pages: 414
Poids: 697g
Taille: H235mm x B235mm x T155mm
Année: 1997
Auflage: 1997

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