In new policies for new residents deborah milly explains how progress toward immigrant inclusion has slowly taken root in japan despite formidable factors against it this outcome is attributed to governance and policy advocacies initiated at the local level the potencies of which milly contends derive from a unique convergence of interests of various stakeholders the main stakeholders are civil society groups local governments national line agencies political parties industry . In new policies for new residents deborah j milly focuses on the intersection of these trends in japan despite the countrys history of restrictive immigration policies some japanese favor a more accepting approach to immigrants policies supportive of foreign residents could help attract immigrants as the country adjusts to labor market conditions and a looming demographic crisis as well local citizen engagement is producing more inclusive approaches to community. New policies for new residents immigrants advocacy and governance in japan and beyondby milly deborah j ithaca and london cornell university press 2014 xvi 260 pages 4500. New policies for new residents immigrants advocacy and governance in japan and beyond by deborah j milly ithaca and london cornell university press 2014 xvi 260 pages 4500 authors anand rao state university of new york at geneseo search for more papers by this author first published 11 january 2016 full publication history doi 101111 imre12246 view save citation cited . 2015 deborah j milly new policies for new residents immigrants advocacy and governance in japan and beyond asian affairs vol 46 no 1 pp 188 190
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