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Globalization and Economic Nationalism in Asia$
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Anthony P. D'Costa

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199646210

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199646210.001.0001

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Open trade, closed industry: the Japanese aerospace industry in the evolution of economic nationalism and implications for globalization

Open trade, closed industry: the Japanese aerospace industry in the evolution of economic nationalism and implications for globalization

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(p.135) 6 Open trade, closed industry: the Japanese aerospace industry in the evolution of economic nationalism and implications for globalization
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Globalization and Economic Nationalism in Asia
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Toshiya Ozaki

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199646210.003.0006

This chapter revisits the Japanese case of by asking whether Japan can and should pursue economic nationalism in the twenty-first century, or whether it should commit itself to the liberal multilateralism that has been the foundation of the post-war international economic system. Using the latest round of Japanese policy debate as a case study, the chapter highlights the potential opportunity for a mature and advanced industrial economy such as Japan to pursue economic nationalism while at the same time embrace liberal multilateralism. The chapter examines Japan’s search for industrial and trade policy to cope with new competitive challenges emanating from multilateral agreements by exploring the intense debate between the Japanese government and the civil aircraft manufacturers. By embarking on a partnership with private business, the Japanese government demonstrates the institutional basis for international competitiveness and its continuing engagement with economic nationalism in multilateral global markets.

Keywords:   multilateralism, Japanese state, aerospace industry, multilateral global markets

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