The Political Economy of Japanese Globalization

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

Index

a
Abegglen, J.C. 3
Abo, T. 130
acculturation 173 , 179 , 189
administrative guidance 106 , 108 , 110 , 113
aid programmes 37 , 42 , 49 -51, 64 -5, 68
Akashi Yasushi 64
Alchemy Partners 158
Allen, G.C. 2
amakudari107
Americanization 8 , 11 , 124 -30, 134 , 151 , 153 , 159 , 167
Amsterdam Treaty 72
Aoki, M. 140
Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) 45 , 49 , 67 , 82
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 8 , 30 , 44 -5, 50 -3, 94 , 97 , 129
Asian Monetary Fund, proposed 46 -7
Asian values 101 -2
assimilation of foreigners 208
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 80 -1, 90 -7;
ASEAN plus Three 8 , 40 , 45 , 48 - 53 ;
ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) 32 , 80 , 82 -3

b
bad loans 107
balance of payments 88 , 98 -9
Bank of Japan 111
Bayer (company) 132
Bayerische Motor Werke (BMW) 132 , 156 , 158 -9, 167
best practice 138 -41
Big Bang reforms 111 -13, 116
bilateral trade agreements 73 -4
Blair, Tony 67
board members 163 -4
Bogar Declaration 97
Bourke, T. 79
British Empire 22
Brittan, Leon 67
brokerage commissions 113 -15
Brown, J.R. Jr 106
'bubble economy' 120 -2, 126 , 134 , 159
business culture 133

c
Cambodia 95
capitalism: East Asian or 'oriental' 6 , 10 , 87 - 95 , 98 , 100 -2;
Japanese 87 , 91 -4, 98 , 100 , 123 ;
see also crony capitalism
car manufacturing 139 -48
cartels 105 , 108 -9, 113
Cawson, Alan 66
Chiang Kai-shek 26
China 20 -6, 31 , 40 -6, 51 , 82 , 90 -4, 97 -8, 101 , 201
Chirac, Jacques 77 , 82
citizenship 188 , 212 , 214 , 221 , 226
civic society 7
Clark, K.B. 142
Cold War 29 -32, 40 -2, 52 , 62 -3, 72 , 77 , 126
colonialism 21 -5, 31 , 36 , 92-3 , 180 , 189 ;
formal and informal 22 -3, 40
Common Commercial Policy, European 73
Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), European 62 -3, 72 , 81
communist regimes 31 -2
compartmentalization in financial sector 112 -13
competitiveness 46 , 110 , 121 -6, 129 , 156
constitutional provisions 33 -4, 212 -13, 217 , 220 -1
convergence: of economic systems 6 , 10 , 116 ;
of production systems 159
'convoy system' 107 -8, 113
Co-ordinating Committee for Export Control to Communist Bloc (COCOM) 63

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