The Japanese School: Lessons for Industrial America

The Japanese School: Lessons for Industrial America

The Japanese School: Lessons for Industrial America

The Japanese School: Lessons for Industrial America

Synopsis

"There is no doubt in my mind that this is the best book on the Japanese school, and especially on the underlying concepts. As such it is one of the most important books on Japanese society." Peter Drucker "Benjamin Duke knows both American and Japanese education intimately. His analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each is compelling. Everyone interested in Japan's economic performance over the past generation--and the next--needs to examine The Japanese School." Mike Mansfield U.S. Ambassador to Japan
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