By Robert C. Hsu
The MIT Encyclopedia of the japanese economic climate was once the 1st English-language encyclopedia to hide all significant facets of Japan's postwar economic system. the second one version has been absolutely revised and accelerated, and comprises formerly unpublished info in addition to assurance of modern advancements within the financial system. The definitional entries concisely clarify significant financial suggestions and comprise translations of jap financial phrases and pass references to the longer topical essays. The one hundred eighty topical essays hide banks, monetary structures, significant industries, company teams, administration practices, hard work unions, foreign alternate and investments, govt monetary regulations, and extra. additionally they comprise accomplished facts, American and eastern perspectives on financial relatives among the 2 international locations, and proposals for extra examining. a brand new index comprises names of significant businesses.
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