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Japanese Responses to Globalization. Politics, Security, Economics and Business

Опубликовано на портале: 21-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, cерия "The Palgrave Macmillan Asian Business Series", 328 с.
No-one can doubt the need for us to better understand the Japanese response to globalization, given the country's increasingly important role in politics/security and economy/business. This is a timely and cutting-edge analysis and evaluation of Japanese responses to globalization by leading Japanese scholars. It consists of a three dimensional structure which links issues of politics/security and economy/business, at both internal and external levels, thus shedding light on Japan's globalization in its totality. It is a valuable contribution to explicating the meaning of the positive and negative consequences of Japan's globalization over the long term.

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Introduction: The Dialectics of Globalization; H.Hasegawa & G.D.Hook


Janus at Large: Neo-Liberalism and Statism in Contemporary Japan; S.Atsushi

The Impact of Globalization on Domestic Politics in Japan; T.Susumu

Between Terror and Empire: Japan's Response and the Post-9/11 Order; F.Kiichi

The Rise of China and Security in East Asia: China's New Concept of Security and Japan's Response; T.Akio

Regionalization of Security Communities in East Asia: Myth or Reality?; Y.Takehiko

Japan's Policy and Interface Arrangements with International Organizations: Financial and Other Resource Flows; S.Hideaki


The Response of Japanese Capitalism to Globalization: A Comparison with the German Case; K.Akira

Japanese Corporate Response to Globalization: The State's Role in Economic Development; H.Hasegawa

Reorganization of Enterprises in Japan: Focus on Keiretsu and Small Companies; K.Takeo

The Response of Japanese Business to the Rise of China; O.Hideo

Globalization and the Transfer of Japanese Management Methods; T.Yoshiaki

Bretton Woods Institutions and Japan's Response: Past, Present and Future; A.Kenji