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I. The Misunderstood Country
1. The Japan That Never Was
2. How Different Is Different? Bureaucrats, Politicians, and Economic Policy Making in Postwar Japan
II. Political Economics in a Capitalist Japan
3. The Problem of Japanese Industrial Policy
4. Management Practices and Labor Relations: A Japanese System or Economic Incentives?
5. The Postwar Japanese Economy: From High Growth to Structural Adjustment
III. Politics and Policy Making in a Democratic Nation
6. The Electoral Origins of Japan's Economic Policies
7. Political Change and Economic Policy Making
8. Postwar Japanese Politics: From LDP Predominance to Coalition Politics
IV. Japan in the New Millennium
9. The Past in Japan's Political-Economic Future
Posted November 24, 2004
A cogently argued text, written by an economist and a political scientist, challenges conventional views about Japan, its economy, and its politics. A must-read for anyone interested in post-war Japan.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.