Asian Journal of Social Science 43 (2015) 837–856

“The book is well structured, has a logical flow and covers a broad range of policies, ranging from fiscal policy, energy policy, climate policy, to agricultural policy and food safety policy. Their insights as policy and political analysts complement well the academic literature on this subject. (…)

“The book is well structured, has a logical flow and covers a broad range of policies, ranging from fiscal policy, energy policy, climate policy, to agricultural policy and food safety policy. Their insights as policy and political analysts complement well the academic literature on this subject. (…)

Generally written in a very accessible style, the “stand-alone” chapters avoid relying on technical terminologies and do not require prior knowledge of Japanese politics and society.

(…) this edited volume is a good contribution to our understanding of contemporary policy making in Japan, in addition to the impact of the triple disaster but will soon be outdated, and is worth reading within the next few years.”

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