1st Edition

Collected Writings of R.P. Dore

By R.P. Dore Copyright 2002
    386 Pages
    by Routledge

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    This volume of the Collected Writings of Modern Western Scholars on Japan, published under the Japan Library imprint, brings together landmark writings by R.P. Dore, on Japanese society, politics and economics.

    1: Japanese Politics; 1: The Ethics of the New Japan; 2: Japanese Election Candidates in 1955; 3: Elitism and Democracy; 4: Japanese Bureaucracy; 2: Matters Agrarian & Japanese Social Structures; 5: The Meiji Landlord; 6: Agricultural Improvement in Japan 1870-1900; 7: Talent and the Social Order in Tokugawa Japan; 8: Mobility, Equality, and Individuation in Modern Japan; 9: Learning and Life Chances in Japan; 3: International Society and Japan's Place In It; 10: The Prestige Factor in International Affairs; 11: The Internationalization of Japan; 12: War Guilt; 4: The Japanese Economy; 13: Competition in Japanese Capitalism; 14: Stock Market Capitalism and its Diffusion; 15: Teasing Economists; 5: The World at Large; 16: Why Bother About Our Grandchildren?; 17: Technical Change and Cultural Adaptation; 18: Trust and the Workings of Market Capitalism; 19: Will Global Capitalism be Anglo-Saxon Capitalism?; 6: Afterthoughts; 20: Land Reform in Japan; 21: Education in Tokugawa Japan; 22: The Diploma Disease 1; 23: British Factory, Japanese Factory; 24: Shinohata – A Portrait of a Japanese Village


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