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Japón: Revolución, Occidentalización Y Milagro Económico

  • Mauro Bonifazi
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    El triunfo mundial del capitalismo es el tema más importante de la historia de la segunda mitad del siglo XIX. Era el triunfo de un nuevo tipo de sociedad que creía que el desarrollo económico radicaba en la empresa privada competitiva y en el éxito de comprarlo todo en el mercado. Se consideraba que una economía de tal fundamento, que descansaba en las sólidas bases de una burguesía, no sólo crearía un mundo de abundancia convenientemente distribuida, sino de ilustración, razonamiento y oportunidad humana siempre creciente. En resumen: un mundo en continuo y acelerado avance material y moral. Los pocos obstáculos que permanecieran en el camino del claro desarrollo la empresa serían oportunamente barridos.

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    Article provided by Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Observatorio Iberoamericano de la Economía y la Sociedad del Japón.

    Volume (Year): (2009)
    Issue (Month): 5 (May)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:obsjap:y:2009:i:5:6
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