New Opportunities for Polish-Japanese Cooperation: Diagnosis and Prospects

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This monograph covers the output of the conference titled “2014 - New Opportunities for Japan and V-4 Cooperation” and contains Japanese and Polish contributions. It offers reflections on the statu nascendi of economic and cultural relations between the two nations. Viewpoints and research results mirror the various interests and arguments of the scholars (mainly economists, sociologists, and japanlogists), businessmen, and representatives of administrative bodies (central and local governments) who participated in the conference, all of whom are searching for common solutions. The presented papers are very much diversified with respect to their content and writing styles. The book itself reflects an eclectic approach. The multifaceted approach to the discussed issues facilitates the comparison of expectations against real life activities. The most important goal of the book is to identify the potential for collaboration and crucial fields in which there exist challenges and a need for changes, all in the interest of leading to a new stage of reciprocally profitable relations between Poland and Japan in today’s globalised world.


Liczba stron178
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN-13978-83-7969-949-0
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Preface (Jolanta Młodawska-Bronowska)    9
  Session 1. Science, Innovation, Research    15
  Marek Belka − Global economy knows no borders    17
  Akira Shirahata − Josai on academic cooperation with V-4 universities    29
  Yoshikuni Takashige − Shaping a more prosperous, sustainable future    39
  Yuka Sugawara − Determinants of successful aging: implications from Japan    55
  Session 2. Global and Regional Aspects of Economic Growth    63
  Atsushi Tanaka − The Japanese economy and the global financial crisis    65
  Yoshito Okada − Japanese companies’ investment strategies in Poland (review and prospects)    73
  Marcin Włodarczyk − Łódź – an attractive place for Japanese FDI    79
  Yuji Noguchi − The YKK Group as a global company − “in Poland”    87
  Jolanta Młodawska-Bronowska − Corporate culture in Japan – a Western view    93
  Session 3. Cultural Exchanges    103
  Jadwiga Rodowicz-Czechowska − Promotion of Polish culture in Japan – outline of the situation    105
  Wioletta Laskowska-Smoczyńska − The Twentieth Anniversary of the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology – past achievements and future plans    125
  Waldemar Czechowski − The new media – the age of visual communication. The turn of 20th/21st century    135
  Arkadiusz Jabłoński − Japanese language teaching in Poland in the contemporary world of cross-cultural communication (CCC)    147
  Authors    159
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