Martin Bronfenbrenner and Japan's Post-WWII Economic Recovery
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This paper explores the economic recovery of post-World War II Japan through the eyes of the late Duke professor and American economist Martin Bronfenbrenner. Specifically, we address the period of US Occupation from 1947-1952, detailing how Bronfenbrenner sensitized America to Japanese economics. Along the way, Bronfenbrenner faced several obstacles as his loyalty to the US was questioned due to his growing attachment to the Japanese culture and passion for its crisis. Using a methodological approach, we begin with Bronfenbrenner’s initial encounter with a fallen Japan, and conclude with a thorough analysis of his vision for Japan’s reconstruction.
CitationBasandra, Nitish; & Srinivas, Shreyas (2012). Martin Bronfenbrenner and Japan's Post-WWII Economic Recovery. Honors thesis, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/5139.
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