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Journal
1998 | I | 77-99
Article title

Reformy strukturalne w Japonii u progu XXI wieku

Content
Title variants
EN
The structural reforms in Japan on the verse of the 11th century
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The author describes changes in the socioeconomic model of Japan's growth in the 1990's, with a particular emphasis on economic recession, erosion of labour relationships and demographic structure transformations, changes in culture and customs, crisis of political leadership and main directions of structural changes, such as reforms of political and administrative systems, liberalisation of the economy and strengthening of market mechanisms as well as increasing labour market flexibílìty. Having reached the current level of development, Japan is unlikely to continue to generate such high growth indicators, as it did over some previous decades. Described phenomena and tendencies demonstrate that the Japanese society one day will face problems similar to those which appear in the West, in relation to economic productivity and political controllability. Economic slowdown in Japan was one of the reasons for the current difficulties in the region of East Asia.
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Journal
Year
Issue
I
Pages
77-99
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Dates
published
1998
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
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