Examining the "Economic Miracle" of East Asia : Peter Berger / Bill Moyers.
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- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Bill Moyers, 
- Distributor: New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2016.
- Copyright: ©1994
Originally released by Bill Moyers, 1994.
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Democracy and Capitalism (7:04); Ethics of Communal Responsibility (5:50); Chinese Festival of Hungry Ghosts (4:24); Where is the Future in Capitalism? (4:28); Materialism Comparison (3:24); Credits: Examining the "Economic Miracle" of East Asia: Peter BergerExamining the "Economic Miracle" of East Asia: Peter Berger (1:06);
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Walk into any bookstore these days and you’ll see at least half a dozen books on what American business executives can learn from Japanese managers. But there’s more to the lesson than just the techniques of management. In this program with Bill Moyers, Peter Berger discusses how studying the "economic miracle" of East Asia can also reveal some important truths about the state of our democracy, and about the character of individuals within the capitalist system. Berger—a professor at Boston University and director of the Institute for the Study of Economic Culture—analyzes the Japanese style of capitalism and argues that what works for one country may not necessarily work for another. (30 minutes)
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9 - 12, Academic/AP
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