Reimagining Japan : The Quest for a Future That Works

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-07-12
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC

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Reads L to R, for audience A. The next decade brings promise snd peril for Japan. The collapse of the postwar political order, dominated by the Liberal Democratic Party, has created new space for experimentation and reform at home, even as the rise of Asia's two sleeping giants, China and India, opens new markets for Japanese exports. But Japan's economy remains#xA0;anemic, afficted by deflation and soaring public debts. Japan's workforce is aging and shrinking. China's rise poses both economic and diplomatic challenges for Japan. But so far, Japan's business and government leaders have been slow to acknowledge the magnitude of Japan's problems, let alone articulate sensible solutions to them. In "Re-Imagining Japan", Mckinsey & Company, the worlds top management consulting company, brings together an unprecedented collection of 50 global experts and invites them to take a fresh look at Japan's predicament as it enters 2011.

Author Biography

Contributors to this volume include some of the world's most brilliant thinkers from fields as diverse as business, politics, academia, science and technology, journalism and art and design. Authors have been selected for their promience, but also for their knowledge of Japan and distinctiveness of their point of view. Many essays seek to identify, assess and prioritize Japan's major challenges for the next decade, while also suggesting solutions. But the collection also includes more literary, reflective essays, intended to provoke discussion and new ideas. This is a rare blend of truly global commentary and insight unlike anything ever published about Japan.

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