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The Japanese miracle and peril.

Willard Price

The Japanese miracle and peril.

by Willard Price

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Published by John Day Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Japan -- Social life and customs.,
    • Japan -- History.,
    • Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1989.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS821 .P762
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 341 p.
      Number of Pages341
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4914314M
      LC Control Number76135277

      The book “MITI and the Japanese Miracle” by Chalmers Johnson should be considered the classic of contemporary historical and economic studies because it significantly contributes the fields by examining and analyzing developmental particular, Johnson discusses economic development strategies of East Asian country – ys Japan’s economy . Explain the factors that led to the "Japanese miracle." Japan benefited immensely from escaping the total de-industrialization that would have accompanied complete disarmament. The occupying Allied forces allowed Japan to convert wartime factories to factories that would produce other products.

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      A swarm of Micromachines capable of removing radiation from the environment found itself dubbed the Japanese or Asian Miracle (depending on who you ask). Japan was able to regain its status as a superpower after the implementation of the radiation dispersal removal method.. Japan is the only country with the technology to remove harmful radiation--a muscle they . In this book, Aaron Forsberg presents an arresting account of Japan's postwar economic resurgence in a world polarized by the Cold War. His fresh interpretation highlights the many connections between Japan's economic revival and changes that occurred in the wider world during the s/5(4).


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The Japanese Miracle and Peril [Willard Price] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Japanese Miracle and PerilAuthor: Willard Price. This book includes a contemporary history of Japan's bureaucracy from the beginning of 20th century until Beginning in MITI set out to enact a plan-oriented market economy system.

The `Miracle' covers the years from a vantage point. In the process the author dispels a few myths about the rise of by: Japanese miracle and peril. New York, John Day Co. [] (OCoLC) Online version: Price, Willard, Japanese miracle and peril.

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ISBN: X OCLC: Online: COVID Special Access from HathiTrust — Full text access only for. The Japanese economic miracle is known as Japan's record period of economic growth between the post-World War II era to the end of the Cold the economic boom, Japan rapidly became the world's second largest economy (after the United States).By the s, Japan's demographics began stagnating and the workforce was no longer expanding as it did.

The Japanese Economic Miracle refers to a period from post-WWII to the end of the Cold War where Japan’s economy still recorded positive growth.

The period was around to After WWII, Japan’s economy continued growing partly due to measures laid down by the government and also due to financial aid from the US.

Japanese Miracle CHALMERS JOHNSON, MITI AND THE JAPANESE MIRACLE: THE GROWTH OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY,University Press, Stanford, CHALMERS JOHNSON is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. His book represents an example of. This book shows how, during the period of the Japanese economic miracle, a distinctive female employment system was developed alongside, and different from, the better known Japanese employment system which was applied to male employees.

The focus of this book is on the Japanese economic bureaucracy, particularly on the famous Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), as the leading state actor in the economy.

Although MITI was not the only important agent affecting the economy, nor was the state as a whole always predominant, I do not want to be overly modest about the importance of this.

in my world history class i was doing a project on the japanese economic miracle after world war ii. this was the main source of information i used. i thought that this book was full of information involving the japanese and their sturggle to gain economic success.

this book also taught me a lot about how the americans felt about the japanese. although in war they were Reviews: 2. From the dawn of Confucianism and the Meiji Restoration to World War II and the economic miracle years of toyou'll explore landmark periods of Japanese history and learn how broad events and movements introduced, innovated, and revised everything from spirituality to popular entertainment/5(4).

This book is the result of research into this postwar history and seeks to show how this story of women and textiles has important significance and much broader application than might be first imagined for Japan’s postwar development, the evolution of labour and employment practices and in particular the socio-economic role of women in.

After the Sino-Japanese War, then-German Emperor Wilhelm II () trumpeted the racist ideology of “Yellow Peril,” sounding an alarm across Europe.

He fomented fear by arguing that calamities would be brought about in the world if the “yellow race” became more powerful than white people. This work is about the swift process of acculturation of antisemitism in Japan - a Shintoist/Buddhist society with no Jews - in the decade following the First World War due to the impact of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

Major Japanese primary sources related to the subject are introduced in detail and analyzed in the book for the first time in any language: the. Despite this, I would definitely recommend the book not only for those wishing to understand Japan's economy, b Johnson attributes Japan's economic miracle almost solely on the developmental state, which in light of the collapse of Japan's asset price bubble and ensuing 'Lost Decade,' is a highly contentious view at best.4/5(8).

Origins. The racist and cultural stereotypes of the Yellow Peril originated in the late 19th century, when Chinese workers (people of different skin-color, physiognomy, language and culture) legally immigrated to Australia, Canada, the U.S.

and New Zealand, where their work ethic inadvertently provoked a racist backlash against them, for agreeing to work for lower wages than did the.

Get this from a library. MITI and the Japanese miracle: the growth of industrial policy, [Chalmers Johnson] -- Annotation Positioning Statement: An explosive account of the resentments American policies are sowing around the world and of the payback that will be our harvest in the twenty-first century The.

This book was published in when Japan was getting noti From race characteristics to cultural habits to spiritual heritage to educational environment to social structure to political outlook to economic welfare, etc., etc., etc., the author defines Japan to a T!!/5(5). Japan is the world's richest country in terms of per capita income.

Even during a recession the country is in the black. Japan's school system produces a blue-collar work force possessing skills that come only with a college degree in most Western countries.

Its pension and health delivery systems are efficient and relatively inexpensive, and its unemployment rate half that of the 4/5(1). Books / Reviews 'MITI and the Japanese Miracle: The Growth of Industrial Policy, ': Revisiting Chalmers Johnson on the U.S.-Japan relationship by Don O'Keefe.

Special To The Japan Times. Taiwan Through Foreign Eyes is a collection of 18 short stories by 14 authors. Most of the writers are foreign, though some have Taiwanese ancestry. The book’s subtitle, though, needs closer examination.

We’re told by the editor, Christopher Logan, that Stories from the Miracle Days refers to the s, a decade that he considers had an allure that’s missing .This book takes the approach that only if we understand Japan’s weaknesses can we fully grasp its strengths. The author explains Japan’s extraordinary culture, history, and national culture while also bringing to light some of the country’s unattractive features: conformity, rigid hierarchy, submission to the group, pervasive sexism, and an almost messianic sense of national .