Institutional change in Japan /

Other Authors: Blomstrom, Magnus, 1952-, La Croix, Sumner J., 1954-
Format: Taylor Francis eBooks
Language:English
Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
Series:European Institute of Japanese Studies East Asian economics & business series ; 8.
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Table of Contents:
  • chapter Introduction
  • part Part I Institutional change in theory and practice
  • chapter 1 Institutional change in Japan: theories, evidence and re?ections SUMNER L A CROIX AND AKIHIKO KAWAURA
  • chapter 2 Institutional change in Meiji Japan: image and reality /
  • JANET HUNTER
  • chapter 3 Institutional reform in Japan and Korea: why the difference? /
  • CHUNG H. LEE
  • part PART II Japanese institutions: what has changed, what has not, and why
  • chapter 4 A lost decade for Japanese corporate governance reform? What has changed, what hasn�t, and why CURTIS J. MILHAUPT
  • chapter 5 Japan's economic and nancial stagnation in the 1990s and reluctance to change /
  • THOMAS F. CARGILL
  • chapter 6 Japanese lifetime employment: a century's perspective /
  • CHIAKI MORIGUCHI
  • chapter 7 The Japanese labor movement and institutional reform /
  • LONNY E. CARLILE
  • chapter 8 The changing pattern of Amakudari appointments: the case of regional banks, 1991-2000 /
  • KENJI SUZUKI
  • chapter 9 Divorce in Japan: why it happens, why it doesn�t /
  • HIROSHI ONO.