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I have just finished Ezra Vogel's Japan as Number One and I found it a surprisingly good book. At that time, an academic pretending that Japan was a number one nation may only have invited incredulity and bewilderment.
I have just finished Ezra Vogel's Japan as Number One and I found it a surprisingly good book. Americans knew very little about Japan or, if they did, were mostly attracted to the traditional aspects of its culture and national character.
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Vogel argues that Japan provides a useful mirror for America: One of the best vantage points for looking and considering alternatives, is from another place that faces similar problems but finds different solutions. Japan, the world’s second largest econ- omy, a modern democratic nation with a free enterprise system similar to our own, offers us the best perspective. p. 4) presidency and the tenor of American socio- He discusses seven Japanese successes in (1) the political opinion have parallel developments in pursuit of knowledge (learning, borrowing and management theory.
tor overtaking us? Japan as Number One: Lessons for America. Vogel’s fascinating book will help explainx this best organized and most dynamic of all major modern nations. it also has some hints that might help us with our problems
tor overtaking us? Japan as Number One: Lessons for America. The very title will blow. the minds of many Americans. it also has some hints that might help us with our problems. If the Japanese could learn from us with such profit in the past, perhaps there is something that we now need to learn from them. Edwin D. Reischauer An important and challenging book. Japan as Number One deserves a wide readership.
Japan as Number One. Lessons for America. Vogel avoids simplifications and forced parallels in this comparative study and does not argue that Americans must become like the Japanese. Rather he proposes that we look to and learn from Japan as we once did from Europe.
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Ezra Feivel Vogel (traditional Chinese: 傅高義; simplified Chinese: 傅高义; pinyin: Fù Gāoyì; born July 11, 1930) is a Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard University and has written on Japan, China, and Asia generally
Ezra Feivel Vogel (traditional Chinese: 傅高義; simplified Chinese: 傅高义; pinyin: Fù Gāoyì; born July 11, 1930) is a Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard University and has written on Japan, China, and Asia generally. He was born to a Jewish family in 1930 in Delaware, Ohio. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1950 and received his P. from the Department of Social Relations in 1958 from Harvard.
Ezra F. Vogel, American sociology educator. Recipient Harvard faculty prize for book of year, 1970, Japan Foundation prize, 1996, Japan Society prize 1998, Howard Graduate School Centennial medal, 2008; Guggenheim fellow, 1972. A rare achievement-a combination of readability and credibility. 238GK/?tag prabook0b-20. One Step Ahead in China: Guangdong under Reform (Interpretations of Asia) by Vogel, Ezra F. (1990) Paperback. KSUPE/?tag prabook0b-20.
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