The Japan Science Review

... of scientific studies in Japan into foreign countries , the wions of loarned
societies concerned in various fields of science started to publish under the
sponsorship of the Education Ministry the reviews with the title " The Japan
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Japan Science Review

Activities of the Union for the fulfilment of above - mentioned purposes are
manifold , and among them the activity in publication , especially that of the
Union's organ , the Japan Science Review ( Economic Sciences ) , is to be
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The U S Japan Science and Technology Agreement A Drama in Five Acts

But “that situation is in transition ... and [they] are beginning to devote more
national funding to longer-term science and technology.” A review by State/INR
was called for to ascertain what the Japanese were doing in basic research,
whether ...

Author: Cecil H. Uyehara

Publisher: Routledge

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This title was first published in 2000. An account of the 1988 US-Japan Science and Technology Agreement (88STA). The research methodology of the study is based on interviews and analysis of the relevant documents and articles augmented by an analysis of selected studies on US-Japan and science and technology relations. The author hopes to: increase the reader's understanding of the bureaucratic process and negotiations within the US and Japanese government in drafting an agreement and the interaction of the negotiators in the outcome; increase our knowledge about how the US-Japanese relationship in science and technology in the public sector is managed; throw some light on how domestic factors impact on preparing for a negotiating a new agreement between the US and Japan on science and technology; develop insights into the negotiating styles of each country; assess its role as a model agreement for negotiating similar agreements with other countries; learn some lessons for future negotiations with Japan in the science and technology area and with other countries if this Agreement is to be used as a model.

Science Review

The yearly total output of scientific infor mation in Japan is estimated at 50,000
papers in terms of strictly original contributions . If other articles such as reviews ,
feature arti . cles , news and so forth are included , this figure would go up to
about ...

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