New Japanese Political Economy and Political Reform
Political Revolution From Above
Since its economic bubble burst in the early 1990s, Japan has been in the clutches of a long economic recession. It is no longer looking for ways to repeat its miraculous performances of the past, but simply fighting to survive. This dramatic change forces us to reexamine the Japanese system from the standpoints of both theory and praxis.
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