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Evolution of the economic system in Japan

Author: Teranishi, Juro Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 343 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1843761637Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Evolution of the Economic System in Japan Contents List of figures List of tables Preface PART I 1 Introduction 1.1 Issues addressed 1.2 Analytic approach 1.3 The elements of growth 2 Analytical framework 2.1 Characteristics of the framework 2.2 The three sub-systems 2.3 The economic systems 2.4 Exogenous conditions 2.5 The Meiji-Taishô economic system 2.6 The high-growth-period economic system PART II THE MEIJI-TAISHO ECONOMIC SYSTEM 3 Emergence of the Meiji-Taishô economic system 3.1 Mobilization of accumulated savings 3.2 Establishment of corporations 3.3 From `development from above' to a division of labor 3.4 Linking regional and national economies 3.5 The wealthy as the system emerges 4 Mechanism and performance of the Meiji-Taishô economic system 4.1 Large shareholders and corporate governance 4.2 The market-based system 53 54 62 70 79 86 90 90 96 3 3 7 11 16 16 19 28 30 40 45 viii ix xiii vi Contents 4.3 Regional economies 4.4 Government investment in regions 4.5 Institutional complementarity 4.6 Performance 4.7 Wealth and income distribution 5 Decline of the Meiji-Taishô economic system 5.1 Overview of the process 5.2 Economic costs 5.3 Political costs 5.4 Changes affecting the system 5.5 Production efficiency 5.6 Financial system 5.7 Policy mix 5.8 Policy impact 5.9 Limitations and failure of the policy mix 5.10 Policy evaluation 5.11 Conclusion PART III THE HIGH-GROWTH-PERIOD ECONOMIC SYSTEM 6 Emergence of the high-growth-period economic system 6.1 Overview 6.2 Mobilizing for war and reconstruction, 1937-49 6.3 Importance of the 1937-49 experience 6.4 Weakened private sector 6.5 Cross-shareholding 6.6 Precursors of main banks 6.7 Bank-centered corporate finance 6.8 The Japanese-style employment system 6.9 Regions 6.10 Fiscal centralization 6.11 Financial system centralization 6.12 Labor relations, 1946-55 6.13 Genkyoku­industrial association system 6.14 No sustained class concept 7 Mechanism and performance of the high-growth-period economic system 103 106 109 109 117 121 121 122 122 123 131 136 142 147 150 157 159 165 165 167 174 175 180 185 192 200 204 206 209 213 215 217 220 Contents vii 7.1 Recapitulation of the sub-systems 7.2 Industrial policy 7.3 Structure of the genkyoku system in its heyday 7.4 Smaller firms 7.5 Institutional complementarity 7.6 Performance 7.7 Information efficiency 7.8 Behavior based on a long-term view 7.9 Controlling competition 7.10 Mechanism of income distribution 7.11 Income distribution 8 Decline of the high-growth-period economic system 8.1 The changed environment 8.2 The changing nature of relationships 8.3 Limitations of bank-centered finance 8.4 Costs of the genkyoku­industrial association 8.5 Delays in financial liberalization 8.6 The interface collapses PART IV 9 Conclusion 9.1 Aspects of the system's historical development 9.2 Transformation of the high-growth-period system 9.3 Changes to the sub-systems 9.4 The role of social norms 9.5 For further discussion References Index 220 221 222 224 225 228 230 237 244 247 256 262 263 263 266 269 273 281 295 295 301 304 306 307 309 331

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