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Author: Shotaro Ishinomori,Betsey Scheiner,Peter Duus
ISBN: 0788154354
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Pages 313 pages
Publisher Diane Pub Co (April 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Japan Inc.: An Introduction to Japanese Economics (The Comic Book) download

by Shotaro Ishinomori,Betsey Scheiner,Peter Duus


Shotaro Ishinomori (previously Shotaro Ishimori) is one of Japan's all-star comic strip artists. He became a disciple of Osamu Tezuka (Japan's "god of comics") as a middle school student and published his first strip while still in high school

Shotaro Ishinomori (previously Shotaro Ishimori) is one of Japan's all-star comic strip artists. He became a disciple of Osamu Tezuka (Japan's "god of comics") as a middle school student and published his first strip while still in high school. He has published over 360 separate volumes. Series: The Comic Book.

The stories in the book reflect Japan's national mood during the "Japanese miracle" and into the 1980s economic bubble . Aug 27, 2019 Frank Ashe rated it really liked it.

The stories in the book reflect Japan's national mood during the "Japanese miracle" and into the 1980s economic bubble: apprehension and optimism jostle one another, and there is a sense of national self-pity. The book also reflects a deep suspicion of politics and bureaucrats. The prime minister appears more worried about his government's popularity than about taking the right economic course.

The stories in the book reflect Japan's national mood during the 'Japanese miracle' and into the 1980s economic bubble: apprehension and optimism jostle one another, and there is a sense of national self-pity.

Japan Inc: An Introduction to Japanese Economics : the Comic Book . Shotaro Ishinomori (previously Shotaro Ishimori) is one of Japan's all-star comic strip artists. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

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Translated by Betsey Scheiner. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1988. John Creighton Campbell (a1). The University of Michigan. Recommend this journal.

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Fearlessrunner
and to think americans are now complaining of the huge trade deficit it now experience with china, this book looks back at a similar situation the former faced with japan. "look back" are not the right words i was looking for since the book was published to educate its original japanese readers of the complex issue it once faced with world trade and the maturity of its industries.

small quirk; was a little disappointing on how it was meant to be "read". given that it is supposed to be a "manga", was expecting to read it from right to left.
Kelerana
My Japanese history teacher made me read it for class. Sure I learned some stuff, but it is really boring.
Kekinos
It was a book that I learned a lot from. In that sense it was a good book. Not a book to read for fun.
Danrad
Not a bad read. It does lose you from time to time but if you stick to it, it'll be fine. I much prefer his Cyborg 009 manga over this though.
lubov
Ever wonder how Toyota spells out a 100 year business plan while Intel keeps giving investors quarterly advisories? Shotaro Ishinomori gives an interesting perspective on Japan's economic problems and the ensuing volatility. In Japan, comic book artists often strive to achieve intellectual respectability. Hence comic books are very common among white-collar workers. Two characters- Tsugawa and Kudo are used to illustrate various economic realities such as global trade disputes, appreciation of the yen with respect to the dollar, 1973 oil crisis, deficit financing, and corporate speculative financing. Tsugawa represents a capitalist indifferent to the the little guy. Kudo clashes often with Tsugawa as he urges taking the long view and emphasizes the social utility of business. Politicians are exposed as individuals putting private gain above public interest. Ishinomori is greatly influenced by the moralists of the Meiji era. The theme of his book is that great corporations are built on long-term, ethical, and socially responsible business practices. Let's hope more western CEOs listen to Ishinomori.
Molotok
This manga is very fun, especially for those who already have extensive knowledge in Japanese/American politics, cultures, and economics. For those of you who don't know, its about the lives of workers in the Japanese automobile industry and the tensions, hopes and dreams felt in Japan during the 1980s. This manga captures the essence of the long passed era, and is always a fun read.
Goktilar
I found this to be an excellent intro into Japanese economics.. Not the mathematical statistics etc, but just an overview of the surrounding information without making you go crazy deep.