The Japanese and German Economies in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Title
The Japanese and German Economies in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Subtitle
Business Relations in Historical Perspective
Price
€ 104,00
ISBN
9781898823698
Format
Hardback
Number of pages
620
Language
English
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Dimensions
14.6 x 22.4 x 4 cm
Discipline
Asian Studies
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Kudo Akira

The Japanese and German Economies in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Business Relations in Historical Perspective

Supported by a number of high-profile case studies, this volume offers a comprehensive exploration of Japanese-German economic relations through the whole of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first centuries. It also offers clarification on the structure and processes of the world economy in the same period. Drawing on both unpublished discussion papers as well as previously published essays, the reader will find much of interest in the wide-ranging scholarship contained in this work, structured as follows: Part I, Japanese-German Business Relations; Part II, Trajectory of Japanese-German Business Relations; Part III, The Japanese and European Business and Economies. A Foreword by YUZAWA Takeshi, Professor Emeritus, Gakushuin University, Tokyo, evaluates the relevance and significance of Professor Kudo’s lifetime research and scholarship in the context of German-Japanese relations.
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Kudo Akira

Kudo Akira, professor emeritus, University of Tokyo, born Tokyo 1946, graduated from the Graduate School of Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo. He was assistant professor at the School of Economics at Shinsu University and the College of General Education at the University of Tokyo; became professor at the Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo. He retired in 2010. Interests include German business and economic history, history of international business relations.