2 edition of Japanese economic policies and security found in the catalog.
Japanese economic policies and security
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Richard Ellingworth.|
|Series||Adelphi papers -- no. 90., Adelphi papers -- no. 90.|
|LC Classifications||U162 .A3 no. 90, HC462.9 .A3 no. 90|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "Oktober " Description: vi, 72 pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The Japanese economy in the s: change and adjustment --Takuji Shimano ; Political reorganization and Japan's security: an appraisal of the Hosokawa government --Tomohisa Sakanaka ; The security agenda for the Asia/Pacific and Japan's security policies after . domestic political constraints on pro-active foreign economic policy. Considering the importance of the subject to the functioning of the global economic system and to theoretical analyses in international polit-ical economy, competent book-length empirical studies of Japanese for-eign economic policy behavior are still remarkably scarce.
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Japan remains one of the dominant economic powers. Yet the Japanese economy is one of the most misunderstood phenomena Japanese economic policies and security book the modern world.
Conventionally, Japan is presented as the exception to mainstream economic theory: an exception to the standard models of modern by: Japanese economic policies and security.
London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Ellingworth.
Japan Prepares for Total War sheds new light on prewar Japan and confirms the opinions of those in Washington who advocated economic pressure against Japan. At a time of growing interest in U.S.-Japanese economic relations, this book will be stimulating and provocative reading for scholars and students of international relations and American and Asian by: Japan’s arrival since World War Two as a major industrial nation has meant that she has had to bear a greater share of the developed world’s contribution to the developing nations and foreign aid has become an integral part of foreign policy.
This book describes the roots of Japan’s aid policy and shows that this side of her international economic policy is based largely on domestic conditions, structures and Cited by: Japanese Conservatives and Foreign Affairs: Grand Strategy After the Cold War (Asian Political, Economic and Security Issues) [Kaihara, Hiroshi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Japanese Conservatives and Foreign Affairs: Grand Strategy After the Cold War (Asian Political, Economic and Security Issues)Author: Hiroshi Kaihara.
'Japan's foreign policy has been undergoing seismic shifts since the second edition of this fine book. A rising China, a now-nuclear North Korea, and an America bogged down in wars in Central Asia and the Middle East are but the most conspicuous of the major new challenges that confront Japanese policymakers.
`Review from previous edition Flath skillfully uses the powerful engine of neoclassical economic theory to dissect and integrate the unique and colorful panorama of the Japanese economy An exemplary book on an important country.
' Choice `In conclusion, one really cannot fault this book and it was a pleasure to read/5(3). The Evolution of Japanese Security Policy maritime approaches and then to policies designed to acquire strategic goods, particularly after Japan began to industrialize and do so in the absence of domestic raw materials.
Book Description. This fully revised and updated third edition of Japanese Economic Development looks at Japan's economic history from the nineteenth century through to World War II, recasting analysis of Japan’s economic past in the light fresh theoretical perspectives in the study of economic history and development.
The security environment around Japan has become increasingly severe as represented by nuclear and missile development by North Korea. Transnational threats grounded on technological progress including international terrorism and cyber attacks are also increasing their significance.
In the current world. Japan’s evolving security policy has attracted considerable policymaking and academic theoretical debate and carries major implications for future regional stability. This chapter, in tracing the development of Japanese “Grand Strategy,” national defense capabilities, and the US-Japan alliance, challenges many of the key existing by: 1.
As Japan's economic strength grows, its position in the international community has been strengthened accordingly. This owes much to the wisdom and efforts of the Japanese people.
Since the end of World War II, Japan has consistently followed the path of a nation devoted to peace. However, the United States’ goods trade deficit with Japan is its third-largest one in the world. U.S. economic policy toward Japan seeks to address this trade deficit through free, fair, and reciprocal trade.
In particular, the United States aims to expand access to Japan. Peacebuilding in Japan’s Foreign Policy, Tadashi Iwami. National Security at the Crossroads: Security Interdependence and Japan’s Arms Trade Ban Policy, Kyoko Hatakeyama.
Section IV: International Political Economy. Economic Diplomacy, Maaike Okano-Heijmans and Takaaki Asano.
The Evolution, Politics, and Prospect of. economic security policy and Japanese economic power in order to test empirically the concept of global civilian power in the case study. Chapter four introduces the case study of Japan-North Korea security relations and demonstrates that since the end of the Cold War the North Korean securityFile Size: 9MB.
Taken together, the papers in this book aim to provide a comprehensive assessment of the current economic situation in Japan, and the policies needed to reverse the economy's long slump.
The overall message is that while the Japanese authorities have made an important start in implementing the necessary reforms, much more needs to be done to. Every year, around the month of June, the “policy season” arrives in Japan — with the government adopting the outline of its economic policies.
On J this year’s Basic Policy on Economic and Fiscal Management and the Future Investment Strategy were approved by the Cabinet. The post-WWII Japanese economic development was a process of catch-up to the other industrialized economies. Economic policies and corporate strategies were geared to this utmost mandate in our minds—to catch-up.
This general goal was shared by all economic agents as a national consensus. Macroeconomic policies, particularlyFile Size: 2MB. Abenomics and the Japanese Economy. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe holds a press conference in January Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has introduced an audacious set of economic policies designed to spur the country out of its decades-long.
trial policies in Japan: R&D assistance and dealings with trade conflicts. In sectionthe system of Japanese policy-making from the viewpoint of po- litical economy theory is summarized.
Section briefly discusses the Large Stores Law to support our view on how Japanese policies are practiced. Sec- tion concludes the Size: KB. Japan’s current constitution was written in under the auspices of the American forces deployed to occupy and rebuild Japan after World War II.
The new constitution celebrated goals of peace and democracy; as John W. Dower says in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book on postwar Japan. Widely considered Japan’s most powerful prime minister in decades, Shinzo Abe has responded to a changing security environment in the Asia-Pacific — including an increasingly powerful and assertive China and growing North Korean nuclear threat — by pursuing ambitious and controversial reforms.
These have been aimed at strengthening executive control over foreign policy decision .agree with Arase’s view of 9/11 as the turning point in Japanese security policy. 3. Research Design In this article I aim to explain and predict the direction of Japan’s security policy in the 21st century.
In order to achieve the most reliable prediction possible, the external and internal influences on the Japanese.