4 edition of Political Economy of Japanese Globalization (Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge Series) found in the catalog.
May 29, 2001
Written in English
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The Political Economy of Globalization. ineekdevs. Diane. 0. Department of History, Princeton University, 7 February In my book I link the new economy debate with the globalisation debate, & suggest the political economy of technical change in our own countries sheds a lot of light on the positions various people take on globalisation. Women's voices and experiences from around the world are brought to bear upon issues of globalization and democratization in this volume of strikingly original and diverse essays. From the Comfort Women of Japan to the Mexican maquiladoras, from the debt burdened nations of Africa to the 'new settler societies' of Oceania, the impact of globalizing forces and uneven democratization yields.
This book provides an innovative study of future wars, crises and transformations of the global political economy. It brings together economic theory, political economy, peace and conflict research, philosophy and historical analogy to explore alternatives for the future. Japan ranks as the world’s 3rd largest economy and is a leader in the fields of IT-related industries, automobiles, and animation. For many years, Japan used the seniority system and hired workers for “life;” this system functioned well until the late s when Japan’s stock market fell dramatically, land prices plummeted, credit shrunk, and Japan entered into a recession. 1 Japan’s.
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The Political Economy of Japanese Globalisation reveals the key dimensions of Japanese globalisation today by analysing both its inward and outward manifestations. This is the first book to examine fully the issue of globalisation in relation to cturer: Routledge.
Organised in three parts, The Political Economy of Japanese Globalisation reveals the meanings and implications of the study of Japan's globalization in the context of on-going debates about globalisation in general.
The book demonstrates how, despite the passing of the 'Japanese model', Japan can still provide significant insights into the. The global meaning of Japan / Takahashi Susumu --Japan's role in the East Asian political economy / Glenn D.
Hook --Japan in Europe / Christopher W. Hughes --Europe in Japan / Julie Gilson --Globalization and oriental capitalism / Jaw-Yann Twu --Financial globalization and the unravelling of the Japanese model / Philip G. Cerny. The contributions of the book shed light on the transitional path of the Japanese system amid rapid globalization.
Can Japan Globalize. covers a broad range of areas from macro- and micro-economic structures to political and social : Hardcover. Globalization and the Politics of Institutional Reform in Japan [Motoshi Suzuki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Globalization and the Politics of Institutional Reform in JapanAuthor: Motoshi Suzuki. Japan, a member of the OECD, and the world's second largest economy, doesn't fit the political-economic trends nor the model put forward by Western regulation : Richard Westra.
From the pages of Political Economy and Globalization emerges a grim picture of our human future should current economic trends persist. It also offers a positive vision for socio-material betterment in redistributive, eco-sensitive socialist societies of tomorrow.
This is a must read book for scholars, students, progressive policy makers and. Globalization in Japan Globalization has had a significant impact on Japan's economy.
It has affected every part of the economy, even its culture. Positive impact Positive impact of globalization in Japan includes the rise in economy. This is due to Advancement in technology The.
Political Economy and Globalization book. To make the case for the passing of capitalism from history the volume draws upon the novel Japanese Uno approach to Marxian political economy. From the pages of Political Economy and Globalization emerges a grim picture of our human future should current economic trends persist.
It also offers a Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers presented at an international symposium sponsored by the Centre for Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield in collaboration with the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto held from March "Kent Calder's Crisis and Compensation is one of the classic works on Japanese politics―and with Circles of Compensation, he's written another seminal book on Japanese political economy.
In reading this new book, one learns everything one needs to know about Japan's economic problems. An absolute tour de force."Brand: Kent E. Calder. A rigorous examination of developments in contemporary capitalism as driven by the forces of globalization, Globalization and Technocapitalism will be of interest to scholars working in the fields of social and political theory, international political economy, political philosophy, science and technology studies and globalization.
The articles in the book cover a diverse range of topics, from the history of Japanese emigration, the diversification of employment, women’s work and educational reform to the impact of. Kent Calder’s New Book on the Japanese Political Economy is Released Director’s new book with Stanford University Press, Circles of Compensation: Economic Growth and the Globalization of Japan, is now available for purchase in both the United States and Japan.
Globalizing Japan explores the social and cultural dimensions of Japan's global presence. Japan's expansion and presence as an economic giant is witnessed on an everyday basis. Both consciously and unconsciously, we regularly come into contact with Japan's industrial and cultural globalization, from cameras and automobiles to judo, cuisine or animation.
Japan grew explosively and consistently for more than a century, from the Meiji Restoration until the collapse of the economic bubble in the early s. Since then, it has been unable to restart its economic engine and respond to globalization. How could the same political–economic system produce such strongly contrasting outcomes.
This book identifies the crucial variables as classic. The contributions of the book shed light on the transitional path of the Japanese system amid rapid globalization.
Can Japan Globalize. covers a broad range of areas from macro- and micro-economic structures to political and social relations. Japan Transformed explores the historical, political, and economic forces that led to the country’s recent evolution, and looks at the consequences for Japan’s citizens and global neighbors.
The book examines Japanese history, illustrating the country’s multiple transformations over the centuries, and then focuses on the critical and inexorable advance of economic globalization.
Globalization’s impact on Japanese culture As Japan increases in trades with other nations of different culture, there is a prevailing notion that the adaptation of “global standards” will lead to the demise of Japan’s unique culture values.
Edited by one of the most prominent scholars in the field and including a distinguished group of contributors, this collection of essays makes a striking intervention in the increasingly heated debates surrounding the cultural dimensions of globalization.
While including discussions about what globalization is and whether it is a meaningful term, the volume focuses in particular on the way. For many scholars and political activists, “globalization” encompasses a variety of economic, political, cultural, ideological, and environmental practices that have accelerated in the last few decades.
Manfred Steger presents globalization in plain, readable English as a multifaceted system encompassing global, regional, and local aspects of social life.‘Suzuki illuminates the problems of globalization and associated institutional reform that have plagued historical and contemporary Japan.
He focuses rightly on competition and cooperation between politicians and bureaucrats to capture the core of Japanese policy-making. His book must be read not just by scholars and students interested in Japanese political economy, but also by policy Author: Motoshi Suzuki.This new book offers an innovative and important analysis of Japan’s political economy.
Calder’s argument is highly sophisticated and subtle. For example, although he implicitly treats the liberal market economies of Anglo-Saxon countries as benchmarks of successful globalization, he does not simply recommend that Japan mimic these economies.