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by Seizaburo Sato,Chalmers Johnson
Author: Seizaburo Sato,Chalmers Johnson
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Who's Who in Japanese Government, 1990-91. by Seizaburo Sato, Chalmers Johnson.
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Steel had been a government enterprise for half of the twentieth century, and. Page 246.
Just before Ishihara Takeo retired as vice-minister in June 1957, he asked Sahashi what post he would like in the ministry in return for his long and effective service as personnel officer. Steel had been a government enterprise for half of the twentieth century, and.
Sato Kiichiro, former president of the Mitsui Bank, observes .
Sato Kiichiro, former president of the Mitsui Bank, observes that "during and after the war,. Japan's economy was controlled until it has become second nature with us to uphold a planned, controlled economy. The Japanese government-business relationship does not always work as smoothly as it appears to on the surface. The case of the Economic Planning Agency (EPA) has been the most widely studied and reported.
A component volume of Who's who in America history," 1966-67. for 44th e. include the supplement with title: Supplement to Who's who in American history. ark:/13960/t4th8ft91. Rev. and reissued biennially. Vol. 9 covers the years 1916-17. for 1972/73 called 37th- ed. Vols. Please Note: This volume includes several pages toward the middle and in the back "advertising section" with tight margins.
Chalmers Ashby Johnson (August 6, 1931 – November 20, 2010) was an American political scientist and professor emeritus of the University of California, San Diego. He served in the Korean War, was a consultant for the CIA from 1967 to 1973, and chaired the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley from 1967 to 1972.
Sato Seizaburo and Matsuzald Tetsuhisa, Jiminto Seiken (LDP Rule), Tokyo, Chuo Koronsha .
Sato Seizaburo and Matsuzald Tetsuhisa, Jiminto Seiken (LDP Rule), Tokyo, Chuo Koronsha, 1986. 10. Muraniatsu Michio, Ito Mitsutoshi and Tsujinaka Yutaka, Sengo nihon no atsuryoku dantai (Pressure Groups in Post-war Japan), Tokyo, Toko Keizai, 1986. Chalmers Johnson, ‘Japan: Who Governs? An Essay on Official Bureaucracy’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 2, 1975, pp. 1–28. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Gerhard Lehmbruch, ‘Liberal Corporatism and Party Government’, Comparative Political Studies, 10, 1977, pp. 91–126.
Johnson followed his work on MITI with Japan: Who Governs?, a study of. .
Johnson followed his work on MITI with Japan: Who Governs?, a study of the entire postwar system of governance. Johnson claims that powerful, independent, and extremely competitive ministries in effect rule Japan. Politicians, by contrast, merely reign, functioning primarily as a safety valve in the case of bureaucratic overreach. Johnson holds that the difference in governance structures between Japan and the .
Among those who see Japan as a threat is the so-called revisionist school of Japan experts, including Chalmers Johnson, "Their Behavior, Our Policy," The National Interest, No. 17 (Fall 1989); Clyde Prestowitz, Trading Places (New York: Basic Books, 1989); James Fallows, "Containing Japan," Atlantic, Vol. 263, No. 5 (May 1989); Karel Van Wolferen, The Enigma
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