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Japanese industrial restructuring policies

Shinichi Ichimura

Japanese industrial restructuring policies

1945-1979.

by Shinichi Ichimura

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Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper / Kyoto University / The Centre For Southeast Asian Studies -- no.16
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Open LibraryOL13717118M

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The industrial policy of Japan was a complicated system devised by the Japanese government after World War II and especially in the s and s.

The goal was to promote industrial development by co-operating closely with private firms. The objective of industrial policy was to shift resources to specific industries in order to gain international competitive advantage for Japan.

Japanese Industrial Policy: The Postwar Record and the Case of Supercomputers Japan is the world’s most successful practitioner of industrial policy. Japan’s industrial policies are largely, though not solely, responsible forits eco- nomic recovery from World War II and its increasing preeminence in high-technology industries.

Other. Japanese industrial policy per se does not play a critical role either in strate- gically restructuring the Japanese economy or in forming government- industry cartels to promote Japanese exports. If contemporary industrial pol- icy is important, it is because of its role in coordinating the planning and.

17 Japanese Industrial Development Policies in the 's, pp. 18 Drucker, op. cit. industries), voluntary restriction of exports (foreign policy vs. industries), and trade liberalization. N ational industrial policy is a rubric for a broad range of proposed economic reforms that emerged as a unified political program in the early eighties.

Had they been passed, these reforms would have given government officials additional authority, as well as the necessary fiscal and regulatory powers, to directly alter the country's industrial structure. How important industrial policy was for Miracle Growth remains controversial, however.

The view of Johnson (), who hails industrial policy as a pillar of the Japanese Development State (government promoting economic growth through state policies) has been criticized and revised by subsequent scholars.

The book by Uriu () is a case in point. the character and scope of global industrial restructuring. Falling profits and sharp declines in equity markets limited the extent to which businesses could engineer and finance major restructuring initiatives.

At the same time, the pressure and need for such restructuring increased as a result of weakened demand and diminished market prospects. Restructuring The Swedish Manufacturing Industry - The Case of the Motor Vehicle Industry Anders Malmberg Subcontracting in the Motor Industry: a Case Study in Coventry Mike Rawlinson Industrial Restructuring and the Labour Force: The Case of Austin Rover in Longbridge, Birmingham Dennis Smith This is the first book that analyzes how the economic transformation of Japan has restructured Japanese cities and how urban and regional development policies have kept pace with (and in some ways effected) changes in the economy.

In this study the views of Japan's leading experts on the globalization of Japanese business, management and industrial relations explain how traditional Japanese-style management is responding to the changes following the collapse of the bubble by: Japanese technology policy after WWII, with a particular emphasis on the first white paper on technology and industrial policies in Japan is beyond the scope of this study.

Our emphasis is just on the technology policy. As part of the industrial restructuring initiated aroundthe File Size: KB.

Originally published inthis book examines the spatial implications of the changes to the automobile industry at world, national and local levels. The volume brings together the work of North American, European and Japanese geographers, economists and sociologists, and includes perspectives from the components industry, the shop floor Book Edition: 1st Edition.

The final chapter of the book, "The Impact of Japanese Economic Policies on the Asia Region," by Tim Callen and Warwick McKibbin, examines the trade and financial links between Japan and its regional neighbors, and how these have changed over time. GAO reviewed the changing goals and tools of Japan's industrial policy and assessed how and why they have changed over the postwar period.

In addition, GAO discussed how monetary and fiscal policies have contributed to achieving the goals of Japanese industrial policy. Macroeconomic industrial policies have helped to achieve broad economy-wide goals through their impacts on individual.

Proponents of national industrial policy often point to Japan as a showcase of what such policies can do. The Japanese government, through such agencies as the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and the Ministry of Finance, has played a powerful role in the economy, the argument goes, turning a war-battered Japan into an Author: C Crocker.

The Global Restructuring of the Steel Industry is a timely addition to the literature of world industries and offers valuable insights into the new dynamics of industrial capitalism in the Author: Anthony D'costa.

JAPANESE INDUSTRIAL POLICY Mr. Chairmen and Members of the Subcommittees: We are pleased to be here today to discuss with you our reports "Industrial Policy: Japan's Flexible Approach" I (ID), and "Industrial Policy: Case Studies in the Japanese ExperienceR (GAO/ID).

We would like to. Okayama () also credited the industrial strife of the s as the most important variable in the development of the Japanese Industrial Relations system, a view also held by Kenney and Florida () and Takahashi () who argued, “The main stimulus (for lifetime employment) was the experience of large-scale conflict between labour and.

regulations and industrial policies. The long-run macroeconomic policies conducted by the Japanese government including the ‘medium-term economic plans’ will be introduced. The post-WWII Japanese economic development was a process of catch-up to the other industrialized Size: 2MB.

In this period, the Japanese government, more specifically the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (), the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI, ) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI, present) designed and implemented a number of industrial policies, i.e.

micro-level policy interventions to. "Gao's book gives insight into how the Japanese viewed their own ecnomic development better than any author before, according to Pyle." Herald-Sun "Economic Ideology and Japanese Industrial Policy provides a well reasoned and documented explanation of some of the most puzzling yet important questions in Japanese political by: Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth consists of eighteen previously unpublished invited chapters by experts on Japanese business.

It will attract both commercial and academic interest. Japanese business can be expected to continue to be of great importance in global and Asian economics, especially as the Japanese economy is the dominant economy in Asia, being larger than all other Format: Hardcover.Competition, industrial and trade policies 23 The share of public procurement in GDP Components of public procurements as a percentage of GDP Public procurement by function Economic growth in the Länder Unemployment rate in the Länder in Debt interest burden and investment ratio of.