30 Credits SPRING

Cannot be taken with: EAS6227


Aims/Description: In recent years the Japanese economy and Japanese business have changed quite dramatically. High speed growth has long gone and low growth and globalization are vital issues that Japanese business management is obliged to confront. In this module we will address the processes of Japan's economic and business development from the beginnings of modern economic growth in the Tokugawa period throught the high-growth era and the the 'Bubble Economy', to the 'Lost Decade' of the 1990s and developments in the 2000s. In addition, we will describe and analyse the role of the state in the post-war and contemporary periods, such as Japan's industrial organisation, human resource management and corporate governance practices.

Staff Contact: Dr Harald Conrad
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam, Course work, Student Presentation
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