4 edition of role of labour-intensive sectors in Japanese industralization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 192-215) and index.
|Series||Japanese experience series, Technology transfer, transformation, and development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
The new machines helped to improve the productivity of each worker. Later, inthe samurai were given the option to convert their stipends into government bonds. The Chinese imitated the Japanese model in labor-intensive industries, balancesthe role of industrial and economic policies, investment in infrastructure and human progress was made since the industrial revolution. But it also created huge upheaval and vast misery: child labour; infectious disease; industrial injury; fetid slums; and infant mortality.
In the s, the Meiji government vigorously promoted technological and industrial development that eventually changed Japan to a powerful modern country. For economic development, it is necessary to minimize political as well as social tensions. Thus it continues to create effective demand even during adverse conditions of the economy. Early industrialisation in Germany, the city of Barmen in These positions include those within the hospitality industry and the personal care industry.
We need only look at the past to understand the scale of the change to come. For comparison, this was more than 10 times the size of the French privileged class before the French Revolution. To increase productivity, we need chemical fertilizers, pesticides and weedicides etc. Dualism contributed to income inequality and therefore to domestic social unrest. Without industrial development, these goods cannot be produced.
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According to Dr. As a result, South Korea became a major economic power. Perry forced Japan to open the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate to American trade, the Japanese government realised role of labour-intensive sectors in Japanese industralization book drastic reforms were necessary to stave off Western influence.
The shortage of agricultural goods has its impact upon on industrial production and a consequent increase in the general price level. Oxford University Press, Oxford, In agricultural sector, the surplus is small. One of the fastest rates of industrialisation occurred in the late 20th century across four places known as the Asian tigers Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwanthanks to the existence of stable governments and well structured societies, strategic locations, heavy foreign investmentsa low cost skilled and motivated workforcea competitive exchange rateand low custom duties.
Based on Democratic Notions: If the agricultural sector does not grow at a faster rate, it may result in the growing discontentment amongst the masses which is never healthy for the smooth running of democratic governments. Helpful to Reduce Inequality: In a country which is predominantly agricultural and overpopulated, there is greater inequality of income between the rural and urban areas of the country.
Thus it continues to create effective demand even during adverse conditions of the economy.
We need only look at the past to understand the scale of the change to come. Resources should be properly utilized to transform them into finished industrial products. But with low income and low wages, a business can remain competitive by employing many workers.
By the very mechanism of growthindustrialism appears to role of labour-intensive sectors in Japanese industralization book a new strain of povertywhose victims for a variety of reasons are unable to compete according to the rules of the industrial order.
How or why some agrarian societies have evolved into industrial states is not always fully understood. Japan built industries such as shipyards, iron smelters, and spinning mills, which were then sold to well-connected entrepreneurs.
This method is adopted by Russia and China, iv labour in disguised unemployment, largely confined to agriculture, is viewed as a source of investible surplus, v transfer of labour and capital from farm to non-farm activities etc.
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