Japan's Quiet Transformation

Japan's Quiet Transformation

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The 1990s have been termed as 'Japan's lost decade' to describe how the phenomenal growth in the Japanese economy ground to a halt and the country was crippled by enormous and ongoing political, economic and social problems. In responding to these unprecedented difficulties, wide-ranging reforms have been adopted including NPO, information disclosure and judicial reform legislation. Controversially, this book argues that such reforms are creating a more robust civil society and demonstrate that Japan is far more dynamic than is generally recognized.... opaque practices, and reliance on personal networks, that have been the hallmark of Japan, Inc. A more accessible legal system is expected ... The response of the JRC seems to be that the rule of law depends on rapidly expanding the numbers of legal professionals. The paucity of lawyers in Japan certainly limits access to legal services and places the costs of such services out of the range of manyanbsp;...

Title:Japan's Quiet Transformation
Author: Jeff Kingston
Publisher:Psychology Press - 2004

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