Evolution Of The Economic System In Japan
Juro Teranishi, College of Commerce, Nihon University, Japan
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The economic system of ‘high-growth-period’ Japan was characterized by various properties such as its unique banking system, industrial policy and lifetime employment. Juro Teranishi argues that since the ‘bubble period’ and the subsequent severe downturn of the economy during the 1990s, Japan’s economic system has been undergoing extensive changes.
Contents: Preface Part I: 1. Introduction 1. Introduction 2. Analytical Framework Part II: Meiji–Taishô Economic System 3. Emergence of the Meiji–Taishô Economic System 4. Mechanism and Performance of the Meiji–Taishô Economic System 5. Decline of the Meiji–Taishô Economic System Part III: The High-Growth-Period Economic System 6. Emergence of the High-Growth-Period Economic System 7. Mechanism and Performance of the High-Growth-Period Economic System 8. Decline of the High-Growth-Period Economic System Part IV: 9. Conclusion References Index