After Karasuno loses all of their practice games against Nekoma, the cracks in Karasuno’s teamwork are more apparent than ever! With Inter-High qualifiers looming over them, Hinata, Kageyama and the rest of the team will have to work hard to be able to stand a chance. But with two of the top four schools in their qualifier block, Karasuno’s chances look slim. How will they overcome this challenge when just thinking about their second opponent, Date Tech, makes Karasuno’s ace, Asahi Azumane, tremble in fear? -- VIZ Media
After losing his first and last volleyball match against Tobio Kageyama, “the King of the Court,” Shoyo Hinata swears to become his rival after graduating middle school. But what happens when the guy he wants to defeat ends up being his teammate?! -- VIZ Media
Karasuno has qualified for the Spring Tournament! The team buckles down to practice harder than ever, but their adviser, Takeda, immediately rushes in to announce that Kageyama has been invited to participate in the All-Japan Under 19 Youth Training Camp, while Tsukishima has been invited to a prefectural rookie training camp. Overflowing with jealousy at the unparalleled opportunities presented to his peers, Hinata takes it upon himself to get in on the action and crashes Tsukishima’s training camp. -- VIZ Media
Inarizaki’s Atsumu Miya has found a target to pick on, and he’s racking up service aces off of...Nishinoya?! Even though Karasuno is falling deeper and deeper into a hole during the second set, it’s still slowly chipping away at Inarizaki’s momentum. Will Karasuno manage to turn the tables and keep the dream of the dumpster battle alive? -- VIZ Media
Karasuno finally defeats their archnemesis Aoba Johsai and advances to the finals to face off against the perennial champions Shiratorizawa! The sheer power of super ace Ushijima has them on their heels, but Nishinoya’s determination gives Karasuno a glimmer of hope. Can Kurasano pull it together and put Shiratorizawa on the defensive? -- VIZ Media
Thanks to Ennoshita’s efforts, Karasuno defeats Wakutani Minami and advances to the semifinals of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier tournament. Their next opponent will be whoever wins the Aoba Johsai vs. Date Tech game! Will it be Bluecastle, led by the prefecture’s number one setter, Tohru Oikawa? Or will it be Date Tech and their newly rebuilt Iron Wall? -- VIZ Media
This book explores the substantial and dynamic innovations of the wartime era, identifying this period as the most influential for Japan's post-war economic structure. Erich Pauer and a team of leading Japanese and German scholars discuss important aspects of the Japanese wartime economy, including: * ideological background * the Japanese 'planned economy' * technical mobilization * women and the war economy * socio-economic change * food shortages, the black market and economic crime * national policy companies * financial reforms
An analysis of Japan's industrialization in an international, historical and economic perspective, from the time that her ports were first opened to foreign trade. First published in 1988, this title is part of the Bloomsbury Academic Collections series.
The hegemony of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan in World War II
Author: Marcel Boldorf
Category: Business & Economics
Nazi Germany and Japan occupied huge areas at least for some period during World War II, and those territories became integral parts of their war economies. The book focuses on the policies of World War II aggressors in occupied countries. The unbalanced economic and financial relations were defined by administrative control, the implementation of institutions and a variety of military exploitation strategies. Plundering, looting and requisitions were frequent aggressive acts, but beyond these interventions by force, specific institutions were created to gain control over the occupied economies as a whole. An appropriate institutional setting was also crucial to give incentives to the companies in the occupied countries to produce munitions for the aggressors. The book explains the main fields of war exploitation (organisation and control, war financing and workforce recruitment). It substantiates these aspects in case studies of occupied countries and gives examples of the business policy of multinational companies under war conditions. The book also provides an account of differences and similarities of the two occupation systems. Economies under Occupation will interest researchers specialising in the history of economic thought as well as in economic theory and philosophy. It will also engage readers concerned with regional European and Japanese studies and imperial histories.