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European And American Cars In Japan
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An 8 page paper. The question posed was how American and European car manufacturers penetrated the Japanese car market. This essay provides the data to demonstrate American and European auto manufacturers have not penetrated the Japanese car market. In fact, all foreign cars put together account for less than 8 percent of all sales. Selected data regarding numbers of cars by country and by company are provided. These data are discussed. The writer also offers some possible reasons from the literature for the dismal performance of American and European cars in the Japanese car market. 2 Tables included. Data included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PGjpauto.rtf

Explaining Japan's Success After World War II
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This 6 page paper looks at Japan's economy today as well as prior to World War II. The focus is on the development of the nation's economy after WWII. The paper concludes that the Japanese government made excellent policy decisions, which are responsible for Japan's surprising success. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA148Jap.rtf

Failure Of Reform In Japan Since 1991
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14 pages in length. The extent to which Japan has failed in reforming itself since 1991 is indicative of the contributions of myriad elements, including political, economic, socio-cultural and demographic issues. When one examines these particular concerns as they relate to Japan's inability to exact reform throughout the past decade, it is important to focus upon the key issues that played directly into this failure, such as the quest for liberal democracy and the Asian economic crisis. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCJpRfm.rtf

Fall Of The Tokugawa Bakufu
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24 pages in length. The fall of Tokugawa bakufu, the foundation of more than two hundred and fifty years of peaceful existence, was caused in great part to the detrimental impact of Western Imperialism, which compelled the government to refashion its way of operating to reflect something wholly foreign. The intimidation factor was significant in the ultimate fall, inasmuch as Western influence served as an undeniable threat to their tent government – also known as Shogunate. The self-imposed isolation Japan erected became a bone of tremendous contention in the aftermath of myriad administrative changes enacted by the Tokugawa government. These reforms, which occurred in a number of eras including Kansei and Kyoho, were just as bad as the lackadaisical approach to government discipline that Bunka and Bunsei eras had adopted; by contrast, Edo and other areas experienced a flourishing of local cultures. When the mandate came through from various foreign nations for Japan to do away with its partition policy, the Tokugawa bakufu was wholly incapable of maintaining any sort of trade/negotiation authority, which ultimately negated their prestige. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: TLCTokugawa.rtf

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