Why did Japan stumble?: causes and cures
Edward Elgar, 1999 - Business & Economics - 236 pages
Leading commentators on Japan's economy analyze both the immediate and deep-seated causes that make a sustained economic recovery in Japan problematic. They debate the structural causes of Japan's decline and assess the country's faltering financial system, then prescribe policies to abate the continuing crisis. All contributors agree that measures must be taken to ensure the synchronization of political, institutional, and cultural structures to guarantee Japan's recovery.
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