The Political Economy of Japanese Globalization

By Glenn D. Hook; Hasegawa Harukiyo | Go to book overview

Glossary
Amakudari Appointment of newly retired bureaucrats in senior positions to posts in a private company or a semi-public institution
Beiatsu US pressure
Bunmeikaika Civilization
Chōsen Sōren The League of Korean Residents in Japan
Chōsensekisha Supporters of Pyongyang (North Korea)
Chūka The Middle Kingdom (Sinocentrism)
Datsua Escape (depart) from Asia
Eijūkensha (Eijūsha) Permanent residents
Endaka High yen
Gaiatsu External (international) pressure
Gendaikei soshō Contemporary type trials
Gurōbaruka Globalization
Heijunka Levelling
Heiwa to anzen hoshō Peace and security
Hitotsu no koe One voice
Jidoka Automation with self-regulation
Jiyūtō Liberal Party
Jōrei Ordinance
Jūmin Inhabitant
Kabushiki kokan seido Share exchange system
Kaizen Continuous improvement
Kanban A signboard used for the JIT system
Kankokusekisha Supporters of Seoul (South Korea)
Keidanren Federation of Economic Organization
Keiretsu Corporate affiliations by cross-shareholdings, directors, supplies and purchases
Kokumin People
Kokumin kenkō hoken National health insurance
Kokumin nenkin National pension
Kokusaika Internationalization
Kōsei nenkin Employee pension

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