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China or Japan [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Claude Meyer

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Inhaltsverzeichnis


Introduction
1. Genealogies of Two Economic Giants
China's awakening
From central planning to market socialism
Globalisation and how to make the most of it
Growth as a strategic aim of the Party-State
Japan's resilience
The Japanese "miracle"
High growth and external shocks (1955-1980)
Rivalling the United States (1980-1989)
Crisis and renewal
The 1990s: a lost decade?
A third round of modernisation?
Interlinked fates
Economic convergence
Five key steps in a troubled history
Kinship
Emancipation
Betrayal?
Aggression
Recognition
2. Mighty But Vulnerable
The levers of economic power
China's immense potential
The world's second-largest industrial power
Irresistible commercial expansion
An emerging financial power
Considerable potential for growth
Japan's strength and agility
An industrial and technological heavyweight
Commercial vigour and internationalisation
The world's largest creditor nation
Considerable challenges ahead
Threats to the pace of China's expansion
An unequal society
Warding off ecological disaster
China's financial burdens
Hungry for raw materials
The erosion of China's comparative advantages
China's political trade-off
A bleak outlook for Japanese growth
Japan's demographic challenge
Japan's public sector debt
Japan's dependence on imported energy
and raw materials
The end of political paralysis in sight?
Giants shaken by the crisis
3. Japan, an Economic Leader Looking for Normalisation
Asia's economic leader
East Asia on the path to economic integration
A patchwork of institutions
Trade integration
Towards stability and financial autonomy
Japan's economic predominance
Japanese firms at the heart of the "integrated
circuit"
Japanese financial power and Asian development
Soft power, Japanese-style
China and Japan: a relationship of dependence
Japan's aspiration to "normalisation"
A renewed focus on Asia
A partial conversion to regionalism
An ambitious vision of regional construction
Growing threats and regional security
Active pacifism within the UN framework
American protection but greater defensive
capacities
A great civilian power, sincere but ambiguous
4. China, a Global Power in the Making
The race for economic supremacy in Asia
Upsets in the hierarchy of the great powers
The criterion of technological excellence
Japan's lead in technology
China's quest for technological excellence:
a long way to go and an uncertain outcome
The ambitions of a major regional and global player
An enterprising and "benign" regional player
Stable borders and territorial integrity
China's active role in regional security
A new and predominantly economic regionalism
The ambition of global power
Tensions between multilateralism and bilateral
economic diplomacy
A rapidly modernising army
Conclusion: The Stand-off Between China and Japan

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