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Japanese economic development : markets, norms, structures

Author: Carl Mosk
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2007.
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Presents three distinct approaches to understanding how and why Japan made the transition from a relatively low-income country mainly focused on agriculture to a high-income nation centered on  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Mosk
ISBN: 9780415771597 0415771595 9780415771580 0415771587 9780203935873 020393587X
OCLC Number: 134991079
Description: xx, 384 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: PART I --
Introduction --
1 Markets, Norms, Constraints --
Prologue --
Markets --
Values, Norms and Ideologies --
Constraints --
Competing or Complementary Paradigms? --
Appendix to Chapter 1 Economic Models --
2 Before Industrialization --
The Bakuhan System --
Growth in Rice Output and Population --
Reform and Rebellion --
Western Intrusion, Bakuhan Collapse PART II --
Industrialization, 1870-1945 --
3 Meeting the Western Challenge --
The Politics and Policies of the Meiji Restoration --
Raising the Productivity of Agriculture, 1870-1915 --
Early Industrialization and the Zaibatsu --
Trade and International Relations --
4 Infrastructure and Heavy Industry --
Fissuring Fukoku Kyohei --
Electrification and the Railroads --
The World War I Boom --
A Dualistic Economy Emerges --
The Drive to Empire --
5 Reform and Renewal --
Taisho Democracy --
Reform of the Educational System --
Reform of Banking and Finance --
City Planning and Physical Infrastructure Expansion --
Population Pressure as the Demographic Transition Begins --
Conclusion --
6 Under the Shadow of Militarism --
Out of the Crucible of Domestic and International Turmoil --
The Economics of Trend Acceleration and the Long Swing --
Zaibatsu and Shinzaibatsu at Home and Abroad --
The Geopolitics and Economics of the New Order PART III --
Convergence --
7 Japan in the New International Economic Order --
The Cold War and the Golden Age of Convergence --
The Political Economy of the American Occupation --
The Emergence of the Liberal Democratic Party --
8 Miracle Growth --
Trend Acceleration with a Vengeance --
Agriculture --
Manufacturing --
Labor --
Industrial Structure --
Policy --
Trade --
Miracle Growth: Markets, Norms or Policies? --
9 The Social Transformation --
Consumerism --
Savings --
Urbanization --
The Revenge of the Environment --
The Demographic Transition Continues --
PART IV --
De-acceleration --
10 The Slowdown --
The Inevitable Reversal in the Trend Rate of Growth --
A Dramatic Reworking of the Aggregate Economic Balance --
Aging in a Changing Labor Market --
11 The Bubble Economy --
Japanese System? --
The Yen/Dollar Exchange Rate --
The Bubble --
12 Stagnation and Reform --
De-acceleration with a Vengeance --
The Political Response --
Paths Walked, Roads Taken
Responsibility: Carl Mosk.
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