Japanese Economic Policy Reconsidered

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Craig Freedman
E. Elgar, 1998 - Political Science - 276 pages
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'This attractively titled volume, Japanese Economic Policy Reconsidered, analyses the Japanese economy and associated economic policy issues not by responding to old arguments dealing with Japan's Economic Miracle, but by taking a pragmatic view of the current complexities that define the industrial and financial organization of Japan. the internationally known scholars tackle the problems associated with the need for reform in a mature economy. They conclude that Japan requires significant reforms in monetary, regulatory and even foreign policy. the striking insights are made easily accessible thanks to the editor's insightful introduction. Anyone interested in the economic problems currently facing Japan will find much in this volume to be of lasting interest.' - Mitsuaki Okabe, Keio University, Japan

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