Local levels of participation in Japan's foreign aid and cooperation: Issues arising from decentralized international cooperation
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This study will examine the determinants of local Japanese government involvement in decentralized international cooperation by taking an actor-specific approach to three outstanding cases: Shiga Prefecture, Kitakyushu City, and Yokohama City. It will look beneath the aggregate relationships to more qualitative evidence of localized motives for Japanese cooperation with developing countries. © 2014 by the Regents of the University of California.
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