Japan's new global role

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Brookings Institution, 1993 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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In this book, Edward J. Lincoln analyzes the major economic changes that occurred in Japan during the 1980s, including macroeconomic shifts, financial deregulation, yen appreciation, rising labor costs brought on by long-term demographic changes, and technological success.

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A Historic Transformation
The Domestic Roots of Change
The Economic Dimensions of International Outreach

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