2 edition of Reform in University governance in Japan found in the catalog.
Reform in University governance in Japan
Keum Chu Halpin
Microfilm-xerography reprint of a dissertation for Ph.D., University of Washington, 1978.
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The New Community Firm: Employment, Governance and Management Reform in Japan Employment, Governance and Management Reform in Japan, by. both for different corporate stakeholders and for Japan as a whole. The book gives nuanced answers to these questions that derive their strength from an extended case study of Hitachi Ltd., the blue Author: Gregory Jackson. Comparison of School Periods in Japan, and The changes outlined in this summary represent substantive changes in the structure of a Japanese students’ school day – with obvious effects on learning. Teaching methods in Japan have also changed in recent years, but the changes have tended to be more gradual.
Drafted a relatively robust Corporate Governance Code – Japan’s first; How and why real reform got started. For many years, corporate governance reform in Japan was a severe uphill battle, characterised by stiff corporate resistance and policy leadership by . James R. Lincoln, "The New Community Firm: Employment, Governance and Management Reform in Japan by Takeshi Inagami and D. Hugh Whittaker," American Journal of Sociology , no. 6 (May ):
Reforming Public Institutions and Strengthening Governance v Annexes Annex g for Public Sector Reform in Fiscal Annex ments for Institutional and Governance Analysis and Assessment Annex -Fund Collaboration on Public Sector Work Annex tors of Governance and Institutional Quality File Size: 1MB. "Examining transfer policies at The City University of New York, Pathways to Reform contains many insights into university governance and the trials and tribulations of change in higher education. Well-documented and exceptionally well-written, the book's accounts of the interplay between the central administration and the faculty and unions.
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The fascination with the commercial value of research, coupled with the rise of neo-liberal 'new public management' in the public sector, has led to the rise of a managerial class in the university. These essays focus on the widespread use of business models and market principles that have undermined the autonomy of the professoriate.
Corporate Governance and Managerial Reform in Japan is based on detailed and intensive field work in large Japanese companies and interviews with investors, civil servants, and policy makers in the period following the adoption of significant corporate law reforms in the early s up to the months just before the global financial crisis of 5/5(1).
University Governance Reform: The Drivers and the Driven. Pages Incorporation of National Universities in Japan: An Evaluation Six Years On. Pages University Governance and Reform Book Subtitle Policy, Fads, and Experience in International Perspective Editors.
Corporate Governance and Managerial Reform in Japan is based on detailed and intensive field work in large Japanese companies and interviews with investors, civil servants, and policy makers in the period following the adoption of significant corporate law reforms in the early s up to the months just before the global financial crisis of /5(1).
The Bubble Economy in Japan was collapsed in the same period and higher education institutions must adapt to the new social and economic situation, 3. The year-old population started to decline and thus many higher education institutions must reform themselves to attract students, which might drastically decline in the near future.
The unfolding scandal at Olympus, the Japanese camera Reform in University governance in Japan book, highlights a deeper trend of governance risk in Japan. Japan has long been known as a market defined by an insider business culture Author: Nathaniel Parish Flannery.
Japan's governance reforms have made some progress in diversifying corporate board rooms, but much more may need to change to make companies globally competitive. He also helped draft the Ito Review, an Abenomics initiative to reform corporate governance in Japan.
The report concludes that Japanese firms must produce more than 8. University reforms around the world reflect many of the ideas and measures associated with the New Public Management (NPM) reform wave that emerged in Australia and New Zealand in the early s. However, they also display features of the post-NPM reforms introduced in the last decade.
In this article I focus on university reforms in Japan, looking both at historical features of Japanese Cited by: 8. This edited collection describes the transition of corporate governance in Japan from the beginning of the s to the time of the financial crisis in Th Corporate Governance and Managerial Reform in Japan, Social Science Japan Journal, Volume 16 In this book, Japanese corporate governance is defined by the ‘community firm Author: Takahito Kato.
The chapters in this book address the state of Japanese corporate governance and managerial practice at a critical moment.
They are based on detailed and intensive fieldwork in large Japanese companies and interviews with investors, civil servants, and policy makers in the period following the adoption of significant corporate law reforms in the early s up to the months just before the.
Asia and the Reform of Global Governance Article in Asian Economic Policy Review 5(2) - December with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Miles Kahler. Comparing and contrasting reforms of governance arrangements in higher education systems in Europe (the United Kingdom and the Netherlands provide two very different examples) with those in Japan, the paper focuses on the consequences of state-level governance reform for shared governance in the : Donald F.
Westerheijden. University Governance and Reform by Hans G. Schuetze,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book explores the evolving patterns of governance in Japan and the United States as they grapple with the changes wrought by the forces of globalization.
Japanese corporate governance and managerial practice is at a critical juncture. At the start of the decade pressures mounted for Japan to move to a shareholder-value driven, Anglo-American system of corporate governance. Subsequent changes, however, may be seen as an adjustment and renewal of the post-war model of the Japanese firm.
The book offers the first full account of the UN’s endeavors with the administration of justice in governance operations. It also suggests some methods by which these efforts can be improved upon.
Relevant audiences include academics and practitioners in multiple disciplines: international law, political science, ethics and applied philosophy.
Corporate Governance Reform in Japan. By Kevin LaCroix on Febru Posted in International D & O. Japanese companies have not always had set the standard for corporate governance, but a current initiative of the current governmental administration is trying to change that.
As part of ongoing efforts to try to revitalize the Japanese. This book examines recent changes in Japanese corporate governance. It is based on detailed field work in large Japanese companies & interviews with investors, civil servants, & policy makers in the period after the significant corporate law reforms in the early s up to the months just before the global financial crisis of University governance reforms are very much a reflection of the broader New Public Management reforms that are focusing on increasing efficiency in public organizations.
* Professor Tom Christensen, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo University Governance Reforms – Putting the Japanese Experience into Perspective Tom Christensen Foreword.
This report was basically written when I was a Visiting Professor at the Center for National University Finance and Management in August Public service reform, or public sector reform, has been a hot topic among political scientists in recent years as most existing government structures are inadequate to cope with the ever-changing environments of globalism in terms of capital and technology.
This is particularly true among Asian countries where the traditional bureaucracy has been strong as compared to a relatively weak sense.This book would be of interest to all academics, policy-makers, and business leaders who want to make sense of contemporary Japanese political economy." - Koichi Nakano, Sophia University (Tokyo)'Contemporary Government Reform in Japan provides a fascinating account of the process of economic reform in Japan.