|Amakudari Appointment of newly retired bureaucrats in senior positions to posts in a private company or a semi-public institution|
|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|
|Gaiatsu External (international) pressure|
|Gendaikei soshō Contemporary type trials|
|Heiwa to anzen hoshō Peace and security|
|Jidoka Automation with self-regulation|
|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 kenkō hoken National health insurance|
|Kokumin nenkin National pension|
|Kōsei nenkin Employee pension|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: The Political Economy of Japanese Globalization.
Contributors: Glenn D. Hook - Editor, Hasegawa Harukiyo - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: 229.
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