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Japanese Economy and Society Under Pax-Americana e-book

Author:

Akiko Tokuza

Language:

Japanese

Category:

Business

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International

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1307 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

University of Tokyo Press (January 2002)

ISBN:

4130470671

Japanese Economy and Society Under Pax-Americana e-book

by Akiko Tokuza


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The contributors to this volume, who include Mark Roe of Columbia University and Eric Feldman of New York University, describe the.

Pax Americana (Latin for "American Peace", modeled after Pax Romana, Pax Britannica, and Pax Mongolica) is a term applied to the concept of relative peace in the Western Hemisphere and later the world beginning around the middle of the 20th.

Pax Americana (Latin for "American Peace", modeled after Pax Romana, Pax Britannica, and Pax Mongolica) is a term applied to the concept of relative peace in the Western Hemisphere and later the world beginning around the middle of the 20th century, thought to be caused by the preponderance of power enjoyed by the United States.

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Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. Creating People of Plenty: The United States and Japan's Economic Alternatives, 1950–1960. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office. Japan's Postwar Economy: An Insider's View of Its History and Its Future. New York: Kodansha International. Michael Schaller supplies the historical background to show how the US transformed Japan from enemy to ally, covering the crucial years from 1945 to 1973 in which Japan emerged as a regional and global economic power. Schaller focuses on political, strategic, and economic relations, illuminating the connections between America's early trade policies toward Japan and the desire to secure the country as a bulwark against Communism in Asia.

economy in particular. The new economic interdependence between Japan and its trading partners created a variety of problems and so raised many issues that require further study.

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Availability is subject to change. Japanese Economy and Society Under Pax-Americana Akiko Tokuza University of Tokyo Press, 2002.

This book is the result of an international and interdisciplinary research project on the long process of marketization in Japan's social economy since World War II. Both during and after the Cold War, the United States has played an essential role in Japan's marketization, not only by providing stable conditions for growth but also by serving as a model for democratization and privatization of markets. The contributors to this volume, who include Mark Roe of Columbia University and Eric Feldman of New York University, describe the marketization of Japan's economy in such areas as government and corporate investment, health care and pensions, labor policy and securities markets. They point out how Japan has adapted and transformed the "pure market logic" of U.S. capitalism into forms more suited to Japan's history and traditions.


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