Exporting a Japanese Model? Collusion in the Foreign Aid Program
- Not nearly enough. McClenahen, John S. // Industry Week/IW;10/18/93, Vol. 242 Issue 20, p66
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- Japan in transition. Makihara, Minoru // Journal of Northeast Asian Studies;Summer93, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p70
Focuses on Japan's aim to change direction and alter basic structure of the its political and economic system. Economic growth policies during the 1980s; Political circumstances since 1955; Similarities of Japan's current political situations with the United States.
- The Japanese 'Big Bang' financial reforms and market implications. Dekle, Robert // Journal of Asian Economics;Summer98, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p237
Examines the Japanese `Big Bang' financial reforms and its market and economic implications for the country. Key components of the `Big Bang' measures; Financial market implications of the `Big Bang'; Unresolved issues concerning the Japanese financial reforms.
- Encourages foreign imports. // Nation's Business;Sep84, Vol. 72 Issue 9, p53
The Japan External Trade Organization, which led the Japanese to astonishing postwar success in exporting, has been transformed into a body that mostly promotes imports. Instead of barring Japanese products to lower the U.S. trade deficit with Japan, Americans should sell more goods to Japan.
- US economic relations. // Nation's Business;Jan85, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p28
A special advertising section, prepared by the Japanese Federation of Economic Organizations, contains the views of Japanese business leaders and organizations about issues of importance to economic relations between Japan and the US.
- Second thoughts. Kotkin, J. // Inc.;Jul89, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p28
Discusses the problems of runaway costs that are fueling discontent among Japanese. Despite trade surpluses, the Japanese standard of living is much lower than that of the US, due largely to the policy of a managed economy, the author says.
- Is Japan as rich as you think? Powell, B.; Martin, B. // Newsweek;6/8/1987 Supplement, Vol. 109 Issue 23, p48
To the average American, Japan is a relentlessly productive, rich society, capturing world markets at a steady pace. By objective standards, Japan is rich, but the realities of everyday life belie the statistics. The need for change in Japan has never been more urgent, and recently Prime...
- Japan's ministries submit budgets. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/14/1992, Vol. 137 Issue 11, p91
Gives details of the appropriations requested by Japan's military, transport and industrial ministries for the 1993 fiscal year which totals $630 billion to cover airport construction and expansion, aircraft acquisition and development, and continued work on launch vehicle and spacecraft...
- The New economic Nationalism and the `Japanese disease': The Conundrum of Managed Economic Growth. Ozawa, Terutomo // Journal of Economic Issues (Association for Evolutionary Economi;Jun96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p483
Focuses on flaws in the Japanese economic system. Inadequacies of the system in coping with the problems Japan faces as a fully industrialized economy; Sharp rise in value of the yen caused by the export competitiveness of certain manufacturing sectors; Causes of Japan's economic policy failures.