Japanese Industrialization and Its Social Consequences

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Contents

Historical Changes in the Life Style of Industrial Workers
21
Japans Changing Occupational Structure and Its Significance
53
Country Girls and Communication Among Competitors
97
The Japanese Shipbuilding Industry
129
General Trading Companies in JapanTheir Origins
161
A Microview
201
The Evolution of Dualistic Wage Structure
249
The Introduction of Electric Power and Its Impact
299
Demographic Transition in the Process
329
Changes in Income Inequality in the Japanese Economy
363
Perceptions and Realities
391
Welfare
439
Index
493
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About the author (1976)

Patricia Hagan Kuwayama is a vice-president and international economist at JP Morgan Chase in New York, and senior research associate at the Center on Japanese Economy and Business at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business.

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