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Japan's Socio-Economic Evolution : Continuity and Change

By: Metzger-Court, Sarah.
Contributor(s): Pascha, Werner.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (416 p.).ISBN: 9781134243907.Subject(s): Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1868- -- Congresses | Japan -- Economic conditions | Japan -- Economic policy -- 1868- -- Congresses | Japan -- Economic policy | Japan -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Japan's Socio-Economic Evolution : Continuity and ChangeDDC classification: 952 LOC classification: HC462.7 .J395 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; 1 Rules, Goals, Information - A Key to the Question of Continuity and Change in Japan; 2 On the Analysis of Change and Continuity in Japan's Socio-Economy; 3 Tradition and Change in the Early Marketing of Japanese Silkworm Eggs: The First Large-scale Japanese Inroad into Western Markets (1863-1875); 4 From Kitchen to Workshop: the Commercial and Industrial Transformation of Osaka in the Late Nineteenth Century
5 Continuity and Change in the Japanese Labour Market: Rural Impoverishment and the Geographical Origins of Female Textile Workers6 Institutional Continuity and Functional Change: the Development of the System of Minsei-iin in the History of Social Welfare in Japan; 7 Scottish Political Economy in Meiji Japan (1868-1912) - Fukuzawa Yukichi and Liberal Economic Thought; 8 The Dimension of Dreams: Discussion of the Pacific Age in Japan 1890-1994; 9 Evolutionary Socio-Economic Aspects of the Japanese 'Era of Localities' Discourse
10 Development Versus Growth? Aspects of Quality Gaining Ground in Japan11 The Changing Role of Competition Policy in Japan; 12 Economic Guidance and the Antimonopoly Law: Traditions Versus Legal Changes; 13 The Change and Continuity of Amakudari in the Private Banking Industry; 14 Heritage, Discontinuity and Creation: Business Activities that Achieved Post-war Economic Growth - 'Japanese Management' Reconsidered; 15 Beyond the Japanese Perimeter: Continuity and Change in Japanese Foreign Direct Investment from the 1870s to the Year 2000
16 Future of 'Toyotism': Preliminary Reflections on the Critical Points of a Japanese Model of Production17 Japanese Business Practice, Overseas Joint Business of Venture Firms, a Case Study, and International Collaboration Council
Summary: From the commercial and industrial transformation of Osaka in the late 19th century to the role and status of Japanese multinationals in Europe: these two themes represent both the time-span and the breadth of this volume.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; 1 Rules, Goals, Information - A Key to the Question of Continuity and Change in Japan; 2 On the Analysis of Change and Continuity in Japan's Socio-Economy; 3 Tradition and Change in the Early Marketing of Japanese Silkworm Eggs: The First Large-scale Japanese Inroad into Western Markets (1863-1875); 4 From Kitchen to Workshop: the Commercial and Industrial Transformation of Osaka in the Late Nineteenth Century

5 Continuity and Change in the Japanese Labour Market: Rural Impoverishment and the Geographical Origins of Female Textile Workers6 Institutional Continuity and Functional Change: the Development of the System of Minsei-iin in the History of Social Welfare in Japan; 7 Scottish Political Economy in Meiji Japan (1868-1912) - Fukuzawa Yukichi and Liberal Economic Thought; 8 The Dimension of Dreams: Discussion of the Pacific Age in Japan 1890-1994; 9 Evolutionary Socio-Economic Aspects of the Japanese 'Era of Localities' Discourse

10 Development Versus Growth? Aspects of Quality Gaining Ground in Japan11 The Changing Role of Competition Policy in Japan; 12 Economic Guidance and the Antimonopoly Law: Traditions Versus Legal Changes; 13 The Change and Continuity of Amakudari in the Private Banking Industry; 14 Heritage, Discontinuity and Creation: Business Activities that Achieved Post-war Economic Growth - 'Japanese Management' Reconsidered; 15 Beyond the Japanese Perimeter: Continuity and Change in Japanese Foreign Direct Investment from the 1870s to the Year 2000

16 Future of 'Toyotism': Preliminary Reflections on the Critical Points of a Japanese Model of Production17 Japanese Business Practice, Overseas Joint Business of Venture Firms, a Case Study, and International Collaboration Council

From the commercial and industrial transformation of Osaka in the late 19th century to the role and status of Japanese multinationals in Europe: these two themes represent both the time-span and the breadth of this volume.

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