First published in 1982, the editors and authors of this book examine the United States’ 1973 embargo on the export of soybeans and its effects on U.S.-Japanese relations. Although eventually shipment of soybeans to Japan resumed, the embargo temporarily soured the friendly relations of the two democracies. This book, prepared by a group of Japanese and U.S. scholars, demonstrates how trade relations between the two countries are affected by their internal political situations and by the nature of their respective agricultural industries. U.S.-Japanese Agricultural Trade Relations will be valuable to scholars, policy makers, and others interested in agricultural trade. It should be particularly useful in courses on international trade and on agricultural policy.
Preface; Part 1: Introduction; 1. Overview 2. The World Food Situation 3. Agreements and Policy in U.S.-Japanese Agricultural Trade; Part 2: Agriculture and Agricultural Policy in Japan and the United States; 4. The Present State of Agriculture in Japan 5. Japanese Agricultural Policy: Present Problems and Their Historical Background 6. The Economics of U.S. Agricultural Policy; Part 3: The Making of Agricultural Policy in Two Democracies; 7. Agriculture and Politics in Japan 8. The Politics of Domestic and Foreign Policy Linkages in U.S.-Japanese Agricultural Policy Making; Part 4: Agricultural Interdependence; 9. The personal View of Japanese Negotiator 10. Adjustment Policies for Japanese Agriculture in a Changing World 11. Managing Out Agricultural Interdependence; Index
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