The Human Face of Japan's Leadership

The Human Face of Japan's Leadership

Author: Martin E. Weinstein

Publisher: Praeger Pub Text

ISBN: 0275933512

Page: 410

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. . .Important in its portrayal of Japan's future elite and for its demonstration that these are figures bent on the internationalization of Japan." Booklist

"Weinstein. . . has done an excellent job interviewing twelve contemporary Japanese leaders. . . . After introductory sections, each interview covers a variety of topics, including personal life and education; wartime experiences; career development; and thoughts on Japan and the larger world community. . . .Recommended for anyone interested in the leadership characteristics of present-day Japan." Library Journal ". . . Often viewed as impassive and inscrutable, the Japanese show themselves here to be just as emotional and diverse as people anywhere else. . . .Important in its portrayal of Japan's future elite and for its demonstration that these are figures bent on the internationalization of Japan." Booklist



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