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Japan as -anything but- number one

Author: Jon Woronoff
Publisher: Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you only consider those sectors where it is particularly successful. But not if you add many others where its performance is mediocre or worse. Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you ask the foreign "friends" who have made a career (and sometimes a fortune) as apologists of Japanese causes. But, if you ask the Japanese themselves, you will find that they are anything but  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Woronoff
ISBN: 0873328728 9780873328722 0873328736 9780873328739
OCLC Number: 23464203
Description: 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1: Introduction (Appearances Can Be Deceiving). Welcome To Wonderland. Distinguishing Honne From Tatemae --
pt. 1: Superior Grades. 2: Japanese-Style Management (Fact Or Fiction?). How It Really Works. Not Quite Lifetime Employment. Harmony Or Else. Less Lovable Than Effective. 3: Japanese Companies (The All-Mighty Kaisha). Company Families. The Seven Cs. When Better Is Worse. 4: Industrial Policy (Promoting And Meddling). Targeting Techniques. Industrial Overkill --
pt. 2: Satisfactory Grades. 5: Economic Progress (Onward If Not Upward). No More Growth Hero. Good Sectors, Bad Sectors. Productive, Not Fruitful. 6: Education (What Is Learning?). World Champion Test-Takers. Lower Higher Education. Education Or Induction. (Almost) Time For Reform. 7: Crime (Integrating The Criminal Element). Japanese Criminals As No. 1. Crime? What Crime? --
pt. 3: Unsatisfactory Grades. 8: Politics (The Japanese Way). Politicians: Fronting For The System. Bureaucrats: Making Things Run. Businessmen: Pulling The Strings. People: Accepting But Not Approving. 9: Society (Discordant Harmonies). Solidarity Outward, Not Inward. Gender, Generation And Other Gaps. Meritocracy Or Schoolocracy? 10: Internationalization (Time To Join The World). Leadership Or Followership. The Closed-Country Syndrome. The U.S. Connection --
pt. 4: Inferior Grades. 11: Quality of Life (If You Can Call That Quality). The "Rich" Japanese. All Work And No Play. To Make Life Worth Living. 12: Amenities (Be It Ever So Humble). Life In A Rabbit Hutch. Glorious Plans And Mirages. 13: Welfare (What Is There To Be Entitled To?). Desperately Seeking Welfare. Letting The Future Take Care Of Itself. 14: Conclusion (Japan As No. 23, Or 57, Or Whatever). Learning From Japan ... Sometimes. Friends --
Or Enemies --
Of Japan? Containing The Apologists.
Responsibility: Jon Woronoff.

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Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you only consider those sectors where it is particularly successful. But not if you add many others where its performance is mediocre or worse. Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you ask the foreign "friends" who have made a career (and sometimes a fortune) as apologists of Japanese causes. But, if you ask the Japanese themselves, you will find that they are anything but satisfied. Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you are taken in by the tatemae, i.e. the official version or how its admirers like to picture it. But it does not look so great once you perceive the honne, i.e. the realities of life in Japan. Is Japan No. 1? Well, maybe it is if you take what is best in Japan and contrast it to what is less good in foreign countries. But it does not compare so well if you mix the good with the bad in both places. No, the author does not think that Japan is a horrible place or that its leaders have made a complete mess of things. But, if you look closely, it is certainly not the extraordinary success it is frequently claimed to be. It is closer to the mean, with many serious problems that will only get worse if people foolishly assume it is No. 1.

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