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The Oxford handbook of Japanese politics

The Oxford handbook of Japanese politics

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개인저자
Pekkanen, Robert, editor. Pekkanen, Saadia M, editor.
서명 / 저자사항
The Oxford handbook of Japanese politics / edited by Robert J. Pekkanen and Saadia M. Pekkanen.
발행사항
New York :   Oxford University Press,   c2022.  
형태사항
xvi, 984 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9780190050993 (hardback) 9780190051020 (epub) 9780190051013 (ebook other) 9780190051006 (ebook)
요약
"Book Abstract and Keywords: The study of Japanese politics has flourished over the past several decades. This Handbook provides a state-of-the-field overview for students and researchers of Japanese. The volume also serves to introduce Japanese politics to readers less familiar with Japan. In addition, the volume has a theme of "evaluating Japan's democracy." Taken as a whole, the volume provides a positive evaluation of the state of Japan's democracy. The volume is divided into two parts, roughly corresponding to domestic Japanese politics and Japan's international politics. Within the domestic politics part, there are four distinct sections: "Domestic Political Actors and Institutions," covering the Japanese Constitution, electoral systems, prime minister, Diet, bureaucracy, judiciary, and local government; "Political Parties and Coalitions," covering the Liberal Democratic Party, coalition government, Kōmeitō, and the political opposition; "Policymaking and the Public," covering the policymaking process, public opinion, civil society, and populism; and, "Political Economy and Social Policy," covering industrial, energy, social welfare, agricultural, monetary, and immigration policies, as well as social inequality. In the international relations part, there are four sections: "International Relations Frameworks," covering grand strategy, international organizations, and international status; "International Political Economy," covering trade, finance, foreign direct investment, the environment, economic regionalism, and the linkage between security and economics; "International Security," covering remilitarization, global and regional security multilateralism, nuclear nonproliferation, naval power, space security, and cybersecurity; and, "Foreign Relations" covering Japan's relations with the United States, China, South Korea, ASEAN, India, the European Union, and Russia. Keywords: international relations, comparative politics, democracy, international order, alliances, space security, elections, Liberal Democratic Party, multilateralism, remilitarization, international organizations, populism, civil society, coalitions, political parties, trade, finance monetary policy, foreign direct investment, cybersecurity"--
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Japan --Foreign relations.
주제명(지명)
Japan --Politics and government.
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
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컨텐츠정보

목차

1. Japanese Politics: An Introduction
Robert J. Pekkanen and Saadia M. Pekkanen

Part I: Domestic Political Actors and Institutions
2. The Japanese Constitution
Kenneth Mori McElwain
3. Japanese Electoral Systems since 1947
Steven R. Reed
4. The Role of the Prime Minister in Japan
Aurelia George Mulgan
5. The Japanese Diet: Parliamentary Groups and Lawmaking
Mikitaka Masuyama
6. The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Bureaucracy
Steven K. Vogel
7. The Japanese Judiciary
J. Mark Ramseyer
8. Local Government in Japan
Ken Victor Leonard Hijino

Part II: Political Parties and Coalitions
9. Japan''s Liberal Democratic Party: Changes in Party Organization under Shinzo Abe
Kuniaki Nemoto
10. The Era of Coalition Government in Japan: The Institutional Logic of Surplus Majorities and Strange Bedfellows
Michael F. Thies
11. Komeito: The Party and Its Place in Japanese Politics
Axel Klein and Levi McLaughlin
12. The Political Opposition in Japan
Ethan Scheiner and Michael F. Thies

Part III: Policymaking and the Public
13. The Policymaking Process in Japan
Tomohito Shinoda
14. The Effect of Changing Political Contexts on Public Opinion in Japan, 1945-2020
Yukio Maeda
15. Gender and Politics in Japan
Gill Steel and Sherry Martin
16. Civil Society in Japan
Akihiro Ogawa
17. Populism in Japan
Robert A. Fahey, Airo Hino, and Robert J. Pekkanen

Part IV: Political Economy and Social Policy
18. METI''s Miraculous Comeback and the Uncertain Future of Japanese Industrial Policy
Gregory W. Noble
19. Energy Policy in Japan: Revisiting Radical Incrementalism
Llewelyn Hughes
20. Social Welfare Policy in Japan
Margarita Estevez-Abe
21. The Farm Lobby and Agricultural Policy in Japan
Patricia L. MacLachlan and Kay Shimizu
22. The Bank of Japan: Central Bank Independence and the Politicization of Monetary Policy
Gene Park
23. Social Inequality in Japan
David Chiavacci
24. Immigration and Democracy in Japan
Michael Strausz

Part V: International Relations Frameworks
25. Japan''s Grand Strategy for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
Narushige Michishita
26. Japan and International Organizations
Phillip Y. Lipscy and Nobuhiko Tamaki
27. International Status and Japan
David Leheny

Part VI: International Political Economy
28. Japanese Trade Policy
Christina L. Davis
29. Finance and Japan
Saori N. Katada and Yoichi Nemoto
30. Foreign Direct Investment in Japan: Growth, Trends, and Policy Efforts
Mark Manger
31. Japan and the Environment
Kim Reimann
32. Japan and Economic Regionalism in Asia
Hidetaka Yoshimatsu
33. Linkages between Security and Economics in Japan
Keisuke Iida

Part VII: International Security
34. Remilitarization in Japan
Christopher W. Hughes
35. Global and Regional Security Multilateralism in Japan''s Foreign Policy
Paul Midford
36. Japan and Nuclear Nonproliferation
Michael Mochizuki
37. Japanese Naval Power
Alessio Patalano
38. Neoclassical Realism in Japan''s Space Security
Saadia M. Pekkanen
39. Cybersecurity in Japan
Benjamin Bartlett

Part VIII: Foreign Relations
40. Japan-US Relations: The Most Important Bilateral Relationship in the World
Ellis S. Krauss
41. Japan-China Relations: Politics of Great Powers and Great Power Politics
Ming Wan
42. The Japan-South Korea Rift:

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