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Hong Kong, Singapore and the Asia Pacific Economies

Light Behind the Fall: Japan's Electricity Consumption, the Environment, and Economic Growth

The Future of Japan's Immigration Policy: a battle diary

China's Rise and the Reorganization of the Asian Regional and World Economy

Why Is Japanese Farming Culturally Central and Economically Marginal? Rice Revolutions and Farm Families in a Tohoku Region

War, Empire and the Making of Japanese National Cuisine

Loving and Loathing Japan's Concrete Coasts, Where Tetrapods Reign

Shaken to the Core: Japan's Nuclear Program Battered by Niigata Quake

Sinking. Tuvalu and the Pacific Islands in an Age of Global Warming

Japanese Deregulation: Big Corporations are Destroying People's Lives