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Volume 47, issue 1, 2021

Introduction to Special Issue on feminism and gender research in Japan pp. 1-8 Downloads
Diane Rosemary Elson
Why do Japanese women suffer from the low status?: The impact of neo-liberalist reform on gender pp. 9-26 Downloads
Chizuko Ueno
Impact of Marxist feminism on Japanese women’s movement: Focusing on the domestic labor debates pp. 27-43 Downloads
Kumiko Ida
Gender equality, paid and unpaid care and domestic work: Disadvantages of state-supported marketization of care and domestic work pp. 44-63 Downloads
Sumika Yamane
Development, gender, and asymmetries between Mexico and Japan pp. 64-81 Downloads
Alicia Girón
The reproductive crisis in neoliberal capitalism: Commenting on D. Elson’s recent paper pp. 82-94 Downloads
Makoto Itoh

Volume 46, issue 4, 2020

Debating modern monetary theory pp. 227-229 Downloads
Costas Lapavitsas and Bob Rowthorn
Is government debt net wealth? pp. 230-239 Downloads
Robert Rowthorn
The Job Guarantee and the Phillips Curve pp. 240-260 Downloads
William Mitchell
Does the national debt matter? pp. 261-286 Downloads
L. Randall Wray and Yeva Nersisyan
External debt matters: What are the limits to monetary sovereignty? pp. 287-299 Downloads
Jan Kregel
Modern monetary theory on money, sovereignty, and policy: A marxist critique with reference to the Eurozone and Greece pp. 300-326 Downloads
Costas Lapavitsas and Nicolás Aguila

Volume 46, issue 2-3, 2020

Introduction: International economic governance in a multipolar world pp. 95-101 Downloads
Radhika Desai
The US vs China: Economic models in the pandemic stress test pp. 102-126 Downloads
Radhika Desai
The construction of “post-hegemonic multipolarity” in Eurasia: A comparative perspective pp. 127-151 Downloads
Efe Can Gürcan
Export restrictions in the Japan-China-U.S. Trilateral relationship pp. 152-175 Downloads
Tomoo Marukawa
Vertical dis-integration and vertical re-integration: Limits to the modern production system pp. 176-199 Downloads
Yasuhito Moriahra
Structuring of transborder flows of national industrial Capital: Japan in the 1970s and 1980s, and China in the 2000s and 2010s pp. 200-226 Downloads
Xiaoming Huang

Volume 46, issue 1, 2020

Good money drives out bad: Introduction to the featured section on “The evolution of diverse e-money: Digital-community currencies and cryptocurrencies” pp. 1-16 Downloads
Makoto Nishibe
Beyond the veil of money: Boundaries as constitutive elements of complementary currencies pp. 17-41 Downloads
Rolf Schroeder
Federalism and cooperation for community currencies: Some ideas on the need for intercommunity clearing systems pp. 42-64 Downloads
Louis-Maxime Joly
State involvement in cryptocurrencies. A potential world money? pp. 65-82 Downloads
Juan J. Duque
Marx’s theory of value for socialism pp. 83-93 Downloads
Makoto Itoh

Volume 45, issue 3-4, 2019

Introduction: Is the Uno school approach relevant to understanding present-day capitalism? pp. 105-111 Downloads
Nobuharu Yokokawa and Richard Westra
How to apply Uno theory to contemporary capitalism in multiple crises pp. 112-131 Downloads
Makoto Itoh
The legend of Unoism in Japan pp. 132-160 Downloads
Thomas T. Sekine
Buy now, pay later: The great unravelling of the commodity-form pp. 161-183 Downloads
Robert Albritton
An Unoist perspective on the agrarian question in capitalist development pp. 184-212 Downloads
Richard Westra

Volume 45, issue 1-2, 2019

Introduction: Money, finance, and capitalist crisis pp. 1-3 Downloads
Nobuharu Yokokawa and Costas Lapavitsas
Profitability trends in the era of financialization: Notes on the U.S. economy pp. 4-19 Downloads
Costas Lapavitsas and Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz
The comparative advantage of the U.S. shadow banking system and the role of the U.S. dollar pp. 20-42 Downloads
Junji Tokunaga
Building blocks for the macroeconomics and political economy of housing pp. 43-67 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer and Christina Wolf
Marx’s Financial Capitalism pp. 68-80 Downloads
Makoto Nishibe
Financialization and the impasse of capitalism pp. 81-103 Downloads
François Chesnais

Volume 41, issue 3-4, 2015

Cranes and Kiwis: Postal system privatization and institutional realignment pp. 53-79 Downloads
Anthony John Duggan
Economics, culture, and electoral reform: The case of Japanese agricultural trade negotiations pp. 80-111 Downloads
Jarrod Hayes and Hirofumi Kawaguchi
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 41, issue 1-2, 2015

Diffusion of Japanese preferential trade agreements: Why is no evaluation underway? pp. 1-13 Downloads
Ulli Jamitzky
The “third arrow” or friendly fire? The LDP government’s reform plan for the Japan agricultural cooperatives pp. 14-35 Downloads
Hironori Sasada
Social norms, gender identity, and high-earning wives’ housework behavior in Japan: An identity economics framework pp. 36-51 Downloads
Jun Ando

Volume 40, issue 1, 2014

Publisher's Note on the Editorial Plan for pp. 3-4 Downloads
The Editors
Family Characteristics and Educational Expenditures in Japan and the United States pp. 5-28 Downloads
Yoko Mimura
The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Democratic Party of Japan pp. 29-68 Downloads
Kenji Kushida
The Run on Daily Foods and Goods After the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake pp. 69-113 Downloads
Masahiro Hori and Koichiro Iwamoto
Call for Papers for Special Issues of on Abenomics and on Diversity and Institutional Change in the Japanese Economy and Society pp. 114-115 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 39, issue 4, 2012

Changes in Dual-Earner Couples' Housework Behavior pp. 3-41 Downloads
Jun Ando
Empirical Analysis of Dual-Earner Couples' Housework Behavior Using the Japanese Version of the General Social Survey (JGSS)-2006 Data pp. 42-59 Downloads
Jun Ando
New Optimal Income Tax Theory and Japan's Income Tax System pp. 60-78 Downloads
Shigeki Kunieda
Long-Term Trends in Leisure and Work Hours pp. 79-108 Downloads
Naoki Mitani
Are Japanese Households Financially Healthy, If So, Why? pp. 109-124 Downloads
Charles Horioka
Publisher's Note on the Retirement of David Flath from the Editorship of and the Announcement of a New Editor, a New Title, and a New Editorial Plan pp. 125-125 Downloads
The Editors
Author Index to, Volume 39 (Spring 2012—Winter 2012-13) pp. 127-127 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 39, issue 3, 2012

Determinants of Academic Performance in Japan pp. 3-29 Downloads
Masakazu Hojo
Study on the Employment of Female College Graduates in an Age of Employment Equality pp. 30-48 Downloads
Li Shangbo
Japanese Bureaucracy pp. 49-68 Downloads
Atsushi Tsuneki
Why Do We Tip Taxicab Drivers? pp. 69-76 Downloads
David Flath
An International Comparison of Institutional Requisites for Gender Equality pp. 77-98 Downloads
Margarita Estévez-Abe
The "Will" to Save in China pp. 99-135 Downloads
Ting Yin
Publisher's Note: Subscribe to M.E. Sharpe's Asian Studies journals and receive FREE online access to the complete archives. Special discount prices available pp. 136-136 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 39, issue 2, 2012

Are There Any Cournot Industries in Japan? pp. 3-36 Downloads
David Flath
Perceived Consequences of Immigration in Japan Depend upon Frequency of Contact with Foreigners pp. 37-48 Downloads
Eiji Yamamura
Corporate Governance and the Role of Women pp. 49-86 Downloads
Akira Kawaguchi and Kimitaka Nishitani
Okun's Law and Employment Adjustment pp. 87-107 Downloads
Yoshio Kurosaka

Volume 39, issue 1, 2012

An Empirical Analysis of the Relationships of Substitution and Complementarity Between Regular and Nonregular Employees in Japanese Firms pp. 3-47 Downloads
Masao Yamaguchi
The Possibility of Pursuing Both Marriage/Childbirth and Employment, and the Development of Nursery Schools pp. 48-71 Downloads
Takashi Unayama
Labor Supply in Workplaces with Inherent Hazards pp. 72-104 Downloads
Reo Takaku
United Kingdom Fund Managers and Institutional Investors' Attitudes Toward Japanese Equities pp. 105-130 Downloads
Harald Conrad and Jim McCafferty
Publisher's Note: Complete Digital Archives of Selected M.E. Sharpe Journals Are Now Available Free of Charge Exclusively to 2012 Institutional Subscribers pp. 131-131 Downloads
The Editors
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