4 edition of Japan"s administrative elite found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||JQ1647 .K63 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 297 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||88022737|
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Japan's Administrative Elite [B. Koh] on botanicusart.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A major player in Japans administrative elite book society is its government bureaucracy. Neither Japan's phenomenal track record in the world marketplace nor its remarkable success in managing its domestic affairs can be understood without insight into how its government bureaucracy works—how its elite administrators are Cited by: Japan's administrative elite.
[Byung Chul Koh] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create "This book is a thorough and intelligent account of what is undoubtedly the mainspring of Japan's uniquely effective economic system.
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The top tier of administrative divisions are the 47 prefectural entities: 43 prefectures (県, ken) proper, two urban prefectures (府, fu, Osaka and Kyoto), one "circuit" (道, dō, Hokkaido), and one "metropolis" (都, to, Tokyo Metropolis).Although different in name, they are functionally the same.
Chapter One Administrative Elite in a Developmental State. A universally shared attribute of contemporary polities is the prepotent role of the government bureaucracy. No matter what the configuration of a polity may be, the formal state bureaucracy invariably occupies a strategic position in it.
The earliest written work of history to mention Japan, the Book of Han completed around 82 AD, states that Japan, referred to as Wa, was divided into one hundred kingdoms. A later Chinese work of history, the Wei Japans administrative elite book, states that by AD, one powerful kingdom had.
Civil law. The Civil Code of Japan (民法 Minpō, ) was created in It was heavily influenced by the first draft of the German Civil Code ofand to a lesser extent the French Civil Code.
The code is divided into five books. Those on family and succession retain certain vestiges of the old patriarchal family system that was the basis of Japanese feudalism.
Sep 01, · During Asia's economic crisis, U.S. policy toward Japan is based on disdain for its overweening bureaucrats. But Japan is hardly unique. Bureaucracies dominate most countries; it is the United States that is the exception. Such elites can hold power for decades, despite repeated blunders, because even developed countries fear social disintegration without their leadership.
In Japan, where Cited by: That is the reason why the Constitution provides that the Prime Minister, representing the Cabinet, exercises control and supervision over various administrative offices. The Cabinet Law stipulates that this power should be exercised in accordance with the policies decided upon at the Cabinet Meetings and that the Prime Minister shall.
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remained the key regional administrative and economic centers throughout the Tokugawa period. society has been portrayed as being essentially classless or as having a class structure in which very tiny elite groups and underclasses bracket an enormous number of middle-class people.
On a whim, I purchased a large book entitled "VOYAGE A. From tothe Japanese court sent a number of official envoys to Tang China. These missions profoundly affected Japan's government, economics, culture and religion.
This essay helps clarify how cultural interaction between Japan and China worked during this early era -- an essential element for understanding and teaching East Asian history in the 7th-9th centuries. Feb 01, · After the banquet: Japan’s power elite revisited.
this book analyses the most recent national elections, examining voter behaviour and how it is influenced. Die wirtschaftliche Elite Author: Albrecht Rothacher. Bribery of Japanese public officials.
Article of Japan’s Penal Code prohibits a public official, defined (in Article 7) as “a national or local government official, a member of an assembly or committee, or other employees engaged in the performance of public duties in accordance with laws and regulations”, 11 from accepting, soliciting, or promising to accept a bribe in connection.
The culture of using seals dates back to 5th millennium BC Mesopotamia. It reached Japan by AD 57 — though it’s likely it was even earlier — but there is historical evidence from at least that year.
After the Taiho Code (the administrative and penal code of the Taiho era) inthe Imperial family began using hanko for important contracts.
If Japan's administrative elite, broadly defined, merits scrutiny, what is the general state of the literature on the subject. Looking at the English-language literature first, we find that the subject has indeed received a substantial amount of attention from students of Japanese politics, society, and history.
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also serve as a potential model for other nations who are on the cusp of entering high-income status and the group of elite world donors: a model that in many ways lies in contrast to policies.Mar 06, · Last December, the Japanese government announced that a new visa regime with a “points system” would be introduced this spring.
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