The Dangers of Pop Thinking About Japan, 22 Cornell Journal of International Law 623 (1989)
Daniel Burstein's flamboyant new book, Yen, makes two fundamental errors typical of the pop-thinking about Japan that characterizes much recent journalism on the subject. First, Burstein compares Japan's economic performance to that of the United States and concludes that Japan's success somehow represents a dire threat to America. He could not be more wrong.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Macey, Jonathan R., "The Dangers of Pop Thinking About Japan" (1989). Faculty Scholarship Series. 1745.