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41. Steve Jobs, the true Mr Globalization
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
...  Although Bennett did not make a link with Jobs, this rich doversity and complexity of American society is one of the great drivers of its innovation.  Jobs was himself a microcosm of this rich diversity ...
42. Japan's whaling obsession
... Justic.  The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a militant anti-whaling NGO, plans to disturb the Japanese fleet once again. In my two and half years in Japan, I regularly quizzed Japanese people about ...
43. What's wrong with Japan?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... elite of Japanese society?  May be, when they are hired.  Again, according to Koga, the Japanese bureaucracy is a graveyard for talent.  Promotion is based on seniority, more than talent.  Further, most ...
44. Development and democracy in Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... to higher standards. We must act in the true Party spirit, ensure integrity, and play an exemplary role in society..."   When Deng Xiaoping opened up China, he unleashed a monster.  And while Inglehart ...
45. Japan's well-being
... it ranks 44th in the world.   Japan is only ranked 31st for social capital, which means the social networks and the cohesion that a society experiences when people trust one another have a direct effect ...
... in some cases.  But it does not serve the economy or society well to have unproductive investment.  The Japanese government should remove corporate safety nets which are also dragging the country down. ...
47. Leadership in North East Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... the case of Japan.  They are:   (i)  A preoccupation with power.  This vestige of it long experience with feudalism translates into an almost warrior-like exercise of power in its own society, and ...
48. Innovation in Japan?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... and society to the rest of the world through trade liberalisation, and financial sector and regulatory reform.  This would not only allow more products that consumers want, it would also allow new ideas ...
49. Japan’s messy migration policies
... a way to cope with the expected labor shortage due to the aging population and declined fertility in Japan. In order to deal with the labor shortage, it is important to create a society where elderly and ...
... others fell into debt, and some were ruined.  The inequality became apparent.  The richest members of this society sent their children to the school in the nearest large town.  The Koranic tradition was ...
51. Society
People group together in societies.  We surrender some of our individual freedoms from nature to be part of society.  We can thus benefit from greater security and a sense of belonging.  We can solve common ...
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