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Provides an innovative comparative approach to Italian and Japanese politics, economics, and international relations
Covers the period from World War II to the present day
Includes detailed analysis of the response of Japan and Italy to the economic and societal challenges posed by globalization
This book provides an enlightening comparative analysis of Japan’s and Italy’s political cultures and systems, economics, and international relations from World War II to the present day. It addresses a variety of fascinating questions, ranging from the origins of the authoritarian regimes and post-war one-party rule in both countries, through to Japan’s and Italy’s responses to the economic and societal challenges posed by globalization and their international ambitions and strategies. Similarities and differences between the two countries with regard to economic development models, the relationship of politics and business, economic structures and developments, and international relations are analyzed in depth. This innovative volume on an under-researched area will be of great interest to those with an interest in Italian and Japanese politics and economics.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Italian economy - Italian foreign policy - Italian politics - Italy and Japan - Italy, Japan, and the United Nations - Japanese economy - Japanese foreign policy - Japanese politics - Japan’s post-war constitution - Republican constitutional order in Italy - demography in Italy - demography in Japan - electoral behavior - electoral reforms - political clientelism