To remain a wealthy, peaceful, high-tech advanced society, business as usual in Japan will not do. Japan needs reinventing. A shrinking and ageing population has made priorities of two issues—maximising the potential of women in the workforce, and the need to have a serious debate about immigration. After a period of political uncertainty, the Abe government has brought political stability, but in the absence of an effective opposition, the health of the political system is under...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||East Asia Forum Quarterly|
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