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Political Corruption and Scandals in Japan
Published by Cornell University Press
Combining history with comparative politics, Matthew M. Carlson and Steven R. Reed take on political corruption and scandals, and the reforms designed to counter them, in post-World War II Japan. Political Corruption and Scandals in Japan makes sense...
List of Figures and Tables List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. Understanding Corruption in Japanese Politics 2. Scandals in Early Postwar Japan, 1948-1978 3. Scandals and Reform, 1979-2001 4. Scandals and Reform, 2002-2016 5. Bureaucratic Corruption and Political Scandals 6. Sex and Campaign Finance Scandals 7. Election Law Violations as Political Corruption Conclusion Acknowledgments Appendixes A. Yen Exchange Rate per 1 U.S. Dollar, 1950-2016 B. Prime Ministers of Japan after 1945 Asahi's Investigation into Election Violations in the 1960s References Index
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