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La grande transformation du capitalisme japonais (1980-2010)
Title La grande transformation du capitalisme japonais (1980-2010)
Edition First Edition
Collection Références
Publisher Presses de Sciences Po
Tags , , , , Capitalism, Libéralisme
BISAC Subject Heading POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
Audience 06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019) 3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Title First Published 21 November 2011
Subject Scheme Identifier Code      93 Thema subject category: JP
 


Format Paperback
Nb of pages 424 p.
ISBN-10 2-7246-1232-9
ISBN-13 978-2-7246-1232-5
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782724612325
Publication Date 21 November 2011
Main content page count 424
Weight 416 gr
List Price 17.50 €
 


Format ePub
Nb of pages 424 p.
Product Detail EPUB
ISBN-10 2-7246-8790-6
ISBN-13 978-2-7246-8790-3
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782724687903
Publication Date 21 November 2011
Product Content Text (eye-readable)
Technical Protection ebook Adobe DRM
Main content page count 424
List Price 12.99 €
 

Description

Why has Japanese capitalism disappeared from our debates, when it had been put on a pedestal as a paragon during the 1980s? And how did a symbol of this model of enterprise like Toyota become the first in the world in its sector, despite the stagnation that suppressed the Japanese economy during the 1990s?

Does there exist an optimal model of business organization in Japan, and how could it maintain their technological advancement, even reinforce it, in an increasingly uncompetitive and uncertain environment? Can developing countries retain a comparative advantage in industries faced with the power of Chinese manufacturing, and what role does the educational system play in an "information" society? Finally, if the cycle of generalized deregulation has perhaps come to an end, how do we perceive the relationship between the state and the market and redefine the social contract in a context of rising inequalities?

This analysis of a profound transformation of Japanese capitalism from the perspective of economic policy, along with a reflection on the diversity of capitalisms and on institutional change, shows that Japan is still a subject of study capable of illuminating the big issues of the global economy.

Contents

Préface / DELA«JAPONOPHILIE »ÀL'INDIFFÉRENCE ?
TROIS DÉCENNIES DE RECHERCHES SUR LE JAPON CONTEMPORAIN
Robert Boye

Introduction / SEPT LEÇONS JAPONAISES SUR LA DIVERSITÉ DES CAPITALISMES ET LEUR AVENIR

Chapitre 1 / TRENTE ANS DE RÉFORMES NÉOLIBÉRALES AU JAPON
Chapitre 2 / EST-CE LA FIN DU MODÈLE JDE LA FIRME ?
Chapitre 3 / LE CAPITALISME JAPONAIS EST-IL TOUJOURS COORDONNÉ ?
Chapitre 4 / QUELLE EST LA NATURE DU CONTRAT SOCIAL JAPONAIS AUJOURD'HUI ?
Chapitre 5 / QUEL SYSTÈME ÉDUCATIF DANS UN MONDE NÉOLIBÉRAL ?
Chapitre 6 / LA CONVERGENCE VERS LE MODÈLE DE LA SILICON VALLEY EST-ELLE LA SEULE VOIE POSSIBLE POUR LE SYSTÈME D'INNOVATION JAPONAIS ?
Chapitre 7 / LE CAPITALISME JAPONAIS DOIT-IL S'ADAPTER À LA MONDIALISATION ?

Conclusion / CAPITALISMES ET NÉOLIBÉRALISME : LEÇONS JAPONAISES

Postface / LA CONVERSION DU JAPON AU CAPITALISME DE MARCHÉ
Ronald Dore