Next steps for Japan: Administrative reform and the changing polity
It is generally acknowledged that reform of both values and institutions is necessary for Japan’ s survival in a changing world. How Japan approaches and achieves administrative reform will be crucial in determining the impact of that reform. In this article, Dr. Lesley Connors of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, compares the paths to administrative reform taken by the United Kingdom and Japan and asks whether the lessons learned fr om the UK’ s adoption of the New Whitehall model have anything to teach Japanese reformers.
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