Liberal arts studies are key to Japan’s economic revival



Many knowledgeable persons from abroad commented that Japan’s education policy of overemphasizing natural sciences and neglecting humanities and social sciences was anachronistic and out of sync with global standards, and could lead to the further deterioration of Japan’s industrial competitiveness.

Hear more from Takamitsu Sawa, distinguished professor of Shiga University, at The Japan Times.


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