Philanthropy and reconciliation : rebuilding postwar U.S.-Japan relations / edited by Yamamoto Tadashi, Iriye Akira, and Iokibe Makoto.
|出版者||Tokyo : Japan Center for International Exchange|
|出版者||New York : Distributed outside Japan by the Brookings Institution Press|
|大きさ||406 p. ; 23 cm.|
|内容注記||The role of philanthropy in postwar U.S.-Japan relations, 1945-1975 an overview Yamamoto Tadashi -- The role of philanthropy and civil society in U.S. foreign relations Iriye Akira -- U.S.-Japan intellectual exchange the relationship between government and private foundations Iokibe Makoto -- The evolving role of American foundations in Japan an institutional perspective Kimberly Gould Ashizawa -- American philanthropy in postwar Japan an analysis of grants to Japanese institutions and individuals Wada Jun -- Promoting the study of the United States in Japan James Gannon -- Understanding the "Other" foundation support for Japanese studies in the United States Kimberly Gould Ashizawa -- The development of grassroots international exchange in Japan and the impact of American philanthropy Menju Toshihiro -- U.S.-Japan business networks and prewar philanthropy implications for postwar U.S.-Japan relations Kimura Masato -- Japanese philanthropy its origins and impact on U.S.-Japan relations Katsumata Hideko.|
Includes bibliographical references (p.-383) and index.
Nihon Kokusai Koryu Senta.
|件 名||Non-governmental organizations--Japan.
Economic assistance, American--Japan.
United States--Study and teaching--Japan.
Japan--Study and teaching--United States.
Educational exchanges--United States.