Japan at Century’s End

Changes, Challenges and Choices

Edited by Hugh Millward and James H. Morrison  

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A timely compilation of 21 essays on the wide range of issues confronting Japan in the late 1990s. The authors provide a mainly Canadian perspective on domestic and international politics, the economy, business, technology, social issues, the environment, and more. The six major sections are introduced by the editors, and a comprehensive index allows cross-referencing of all topics.

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  • Hugh Millward

    Saint Mary’s University

    Hugh Millward was born in England, and took a B.A. from Lanchester Polytechnic (now Coventry University) in 1970. His M.A. and Ph.D. are from the University of Western Ontario (1972 and 1975), and he has taught at Saint Mary’s University since 1975. His research centers on land use and land planning issues, usually with a Nova Scotia focus.

  • James H. Morrison

    Saint Mary’s University

    James H. Morrison, Ph.D. (University of Ibadan, Nigeria), is Professor of History and Chairperson of the Asian Studies program at Saint Mary’s University. Former Executive Director of the International Education Center and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Saint Mary’s, he has studied and taught in West Africa for a decade. He has published a dozen books and several articles on African history, oral history, adult education, and ethnic studies.

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