The Political Economy of Japan is a detailed study of the national structure and economic world of Japan. The book explores how Japan balances her internal political economy with the external process of internationalisation by examining the ...
following aspects: economic development with reference to planning, industrial policies and financial systems; political economy in relation to the other Asian countries; Japan's role in the global economy; structural changes of Japan's post-Cold War economy. Dr Cheung traces the historical background of the Japanese economy, and Japan's political role in Asia and the rest of the world. This book is useful for academics, government officials, policy-makers and students of political science, and is essential reading for anyone interested in Asian politics.
Number of pages: 115
Date of publication: 01/07/2001
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