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Japanese Prefectures and Policymaking

Steven R. Reed - Political Science - 1986 - 208 pages
In this book, Steven R. Reed argues that studying only central administrations and national-level politics yields a picture of greater rigidity than actually exists in modern ...
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Japan Decides 2014: The Japanese General Election

Robert J. Pekkanen, Ethan Scheiner, Steven R. Reed - Political Science - 2016 - 291 pages
Collecting original and high-quality analysis by top scholars from Japan, the United States, Australia, and Europe, this volume analyzes the results of the 2014 election ...
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Political Corruption and Scandals in Japan

Matthew M. Carlson, Steven R. Reed - Political Science - 2018 - 204 pages
Combining history with comparative politics, Matthew M. Carlson and Steven R. Reed take on political corruption and scandals, and the reforms designed to counter them, in post ...
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Japanese Democracy: Power, Coordination, and Performance

Bradley Richardson, Bradley M. Richardson - History - 1997 - 325 pages
In this new analysis of democracy in Japan, Bradley Richardson reveals a fragmentation and discordance that refute the common conception of a semiauthoritarian and consensual ...
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Inside the Japanese System: Readings on Contemporary Society and Political ...

Daniel I. Okimoto, Thomas P. Rohlen - Business & Economics - 1988 - 286 pages
Among the world's great industrial states, Japan is the newest, most dynamic, and most distinctive. Whether viewed as a model, a partner, or a threat, no country is more ...
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Japan Transformed: Political Change and Economic Restructuring

Frances McCall Rosenbluth, Michael F. Thies - Political Science - 2010 - 264 pages
With little domestic fanfare and even less attention internationally, Japan has been reinventing itself since the 1990s, dramatically changing its political economy, from one ...
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Unlocking the Bureaucrat's Kingdom: Deregulation and the Japanese Economy

Frank Gibney - Political Science - 2010 - 282 pages
Japan today is caught up in chronic economic crisis, its financial system wracked by record-breaking bankruptcies and its companies hobbled by bad balance sheets ...
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The Japan Handbook

Patrick Heenan - Reference - 2014 - 350 pages
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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U.S.-Japan Relations in a Changing World

Steven Vogel - Political Science - 2004 - 286 pages
September 2001 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the San Francisco Treaty, formally ending the Second World War. In signing this treaty, Japan fundamentally ...
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