The Economic Development of Modern Japan: Selected Essays of Shigeto Tsuru. Volume II.
Edward Eglar Publishing, 1994. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in very good dust jacket. Light wear and rubbing to the edges of the boards with bumping to the head and heel of the spine. Heavy bumping to the lower corners of the panels. Dj has some light wear and rubbing to the edges and minor scuffing to the covers. Taped on the front pastedown endpaper is a card with the following on it: "With the Compliments of the Author...", signed by Tsuru. 364 pages with tables, notes, and index. A collection of essays by the noted Japanese economist Shigeto Tsuru on Japan's economic development and history. The essays are: 1. Human Resources, 2. Public Finance, 3. Money and Banking, 4. Industrial Development, 5. The Role of Agriculture, 6. Economic Fluctuations in Japan, 1868-1893, 7. Japan's Economy under the Strain of the "China Incident," 8. Has Capitalism Changed, 9. Technological Progress and Employment, 10. The Economic Problems of Japan: Present and Future, 11. The Future of Japan in the Modern World Including Relations with the United States and China. Scarce. (Item ID: 10937)