The Changing International Context is the second volume of a series edited by Hugh Patrick that analyzes Japan's phenomenal economic rise, its society, and its place in contemporary world affairs after World War II and particularly after 1970. While Volume 1, subtitled The Domestic Transformation, takes essentially a domestic approach, this volume takes an international approach, examining the global effects on the domestic political economy of Japan.
Patrick, Hugh, and Yasuake Murakami, eds. The Political Economy of Japan. Vol. 2, The Changing International Context, ed. Takashi Inoguchi and Daniel I. Okimoto. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988.
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