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This volume is concerned with the development of business and economic relations between Britain and Japan from the early seventeenth century up to the late twentieth century. Particular attention is given to commodity trade, capital flows, the transfer of knowledge and the overall balance of economic power between the two nations. Mutual perceptions of economic strengths and weaknesses are also considered, and the economic relationship located in the broader context of political and strategic interaction.…mehr

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This volume is concerned with the development of business and economic relations between Britain and Japan from the early seventeenth century up to the late twentieth century. Particular attention is given to commodity trade, capital flows, the transfer of knowledge and the overall balance of economic power between the two nations. Mutual perceptions of economic strengths and weaknesses are also considered, and the economic relationship located in the broader context of political and strategic interaction.
Autorenporträt
MARIE CONTE-HELM Director, Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, Visiting Professor, University of Northumbria, NewcastleKANJI ISHII Professor of Economics, Tokyo Keizai UniversityCHRISTOPHER MADELEY Lecturer, Chaucer College, CanterburyBUNJI NAGURA Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Ibaraki University, Mito CityJOHN SHARKEY formerly British Academy Research Fellow, Department of History, School of Oriental and African Studies, LondonTOSHIO SUZUKI Professor, Economics Department, Tohoku University, SensaiNORIO TAMAKI Professor, Faculty of Commence, Keio University, TokyoJONH WESTE Lecturer, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Durham