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State competence and economic growth in Japan

Author: Miwa, Yoshiro Series: RoutledgeCurzon studies in the growth economies of Asia ; 54 Publisher: RoutledgeCurzon, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 360 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0415328756Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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State Competence and Economic Growth in Japan Contents List of illustrations List of abbreviations Preface xiii xv xvi PART I Wartime control 1 3 1 The machine tool industry under wartime control 1.1 The issues 3 1.2 The Precision Tool Control Association and the machine tool industry 15 1.3 The behavior and funaion of the state before the Precision Tool Control Association 73 1.4 Concluding remarks 117 PART II The high-growth era 2 The machinery industries under the 1956 statutory regime 2.1 The issues 125 2.2 An outline and evaluation of the 1956 Act: preliminaries 135 2.3 The effectiveness of the 1956 statutory framework 155 2.4 The machine tool industry under the 1956 statutory regime 204 123 125 2.5 Concluding remarks 220 PART III Contemporary Japan 3 Policies for small businesses 3.1 The issues 231 3.2 Preliminaries 234 229 231 xii Contents 3.3 The policies of the central government 242 3.4 The policies of local governments 259 3.5 Conclusion: an overall evaluation of small business policies 268 4 Who actually determines the substance of policies and how? 4.1 The issues 271 4.2 The determination of policy' substance:Anti-monopoly Act regulation of abuses of positions of authority and responsibility 277 4.3 An outline of the political decision-making process 281 4.4 Bureaucratic sections and deliberative councils 286 4.5 Devices for realizing and maintaining the interests of relevant parties 290 4.6 Illustration 1: the campaign against the abolition of enterprise tax exemption for newspapers 295 4.7 Illustration 2: background to the JNCA's campaign against the repeal of RPM exemptionsfor publications in the Anti-monopoly Act 300 4.8 Illustration 3: the JNCA's campaign against the repeal of RPM exemptions for publications in the Anti-monopoly Act 307 4.9 Concluding remarks 316 Appendix 1 Outline of the RPM exemptionsfor publications and legislative intent 317 Appendix 2 The treatment of RPM exemptionsfor publications, the FTC, 31 March 1998 320 271 Conclusion Notes References Index Name Index 323 327 341 350 359

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