Party in power : the Japanese Liberal-Democrats and policy-making
Japan's Liberal-Democratic Party has been continuously in power since it was formed in 1955. It has therefore been responsible for virtually all the important policy decisions made since that time in the name of the Japanese government, and it is likely to remain in this position of power for many years to come. The book focuses attention particularly on the processes involved in the formulation of controversial policies. Emphasising the importance of organisation factors and group environment,...[Show more]
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