|Title||Japan's politics and economy : Perspectives on change / edited by Marie Soderberg and Patricia A. Nelson|
|Imprint||London ; New York : Routledge, 2010|
|Descript||xix, 213p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: dynamics of change. -- Contending with regional uncertainty: Japan's response to contemporary East Asian security challenges. -- Japan: balancing between a hegemon and would-be hegemon. -- Shifting incentives for political leadership. -- The construction of citizenship through volunteering: the case of lifelong learning. -- Foreign aid as a tool for peace building: is the goal security or poverty reduction? -- Peace diplomacy by ODA: rhetoric and reality. -- The changing political economy of defence production: the rise of a military-industrial complex? -- Stability and the status quo: changing power structures in the optics industry. -- Sources and processes of change: the case of the game sofeware industry. -- Conclusion: perspectives on change.
|Political Science Library||320.952 Ja35||CHECK SHELVES|
|Economics Library||JQ1631 J36 2010||CHECK SHELVES|
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