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Japan's Nuclear Crisis : The Routes to Responsibility
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Tags What are tags? Add a tag. Public Private login e. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Lists What are lists? Her investingation of the disaster exposes the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry- affiliated institutions which have been at the core of the nuclear and electric power industries since the s. The examination of how these and other government-affiliated organizations serve to promote interpersonal networks betweenministry officials, the utilities and the nuclear energy industrial sector answers questions as to why Japan's nuclear crisis was an impending disaster, why the regulatory supervision failed, why there are fifty-four nuclear power plants in an earthquake-prone country, and why, despite the growing opposition to nuclear power in Japan, the plants will continue to operate.
The assessment of pre-crisis national and regional economic data allows a realistic forecast of the pace of Japan's post-crisis economic recovery. Read more Read less.
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