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Changing Japanese Business, Economy and Society: by M. Nakamura

By M. Nakamura

With the intention to regain its competitiveness, Japan is restructuring and globalizing its company and economics approach, in addition to different points of society. the way it is resolving this can be of big curiosity to its international buying and selling companions. With contributions from recognized North American and eastern lecturers, this booklet discusses those concerns from ancient, analytical and empirical views.

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When Shiba died in March 1996, he was greatly missed by many of his compatriots. He is remembered as a national writer (kokumin sakka) and as a cultured man of great erudition, who had written many masterpieces full of historical insights. His contribution to Japan's postwar culture has been compared to that of Andre Gide, jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus to twentieth-century France. japan and internationalization Why should Japan assume a more active role in the international community? Shiba addressed this question in a lecture, formally entitled 'How to Construct the New Japan' (Atarashii Nihon o do tsukuru ka), which he delivered at a forum commemorating the founding of 'The Twenty-first Century Japan Committee' on 10 May 1991.

Shiba, Ryotaro (1990) Rekishi to slzosetsu (History and Novels) (Tokyo: Shueisha). Shiba, Ryotaro (1992) Slzwzclw zakki (Random Narratives Recorded in Spring Time) (Tokyo: Asahi Shimbunsha). Shiba, Ryotaro (1994a) Fujinslzo (Vignettes of Life) (Tokyo: Chuo Koron Shinsha). Shiba, Ryotaro (1994b) Meiji to iu kokka (Meiji as a State), 2 vols. (Tokyo: NHK Books). Shiba, Ryotaro (1996) Kana kzmi no kataclzi (The Form of this Country), 10 vols. (Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha). Shiba, Ryotaro (1998b) Showa to iu kokka (Showa as a State) (Tokyo: NHK Shuppan).

In the same manner, in addition to their own residences, when the major daimyo needed land to build as many as seven or eight villas (nakayaslziki and slzimoyashiki) to house their Sinh Vinh 29 retainers who attended in Edo, they always rented land from the clzonin (townspeople). , pp. 13-14). The history of privately-owned land in Japan, in Shiba's view, might be traced back to the French Revolution, during which land was privatized and private property began to be sanctified. In the process of adopting the French legal system in the Meiji era, this notion was incorporated into the Meiji Constitution.

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