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Japan's financial crisis : institutional rigidity and reluctant change

Author: Jennifer Ann Amyx
Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, ©2004.
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Focuses on the role of policy networks in Japanese finance, showing how Japan's Finance Ministry was embedded within the political and financial worlds, and how that structure was similar to and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Ann Amyx
ISBN: 0691114471 9780691114477 0691128685 9780691128689
OCLC Number: 53903628
Description: xix, 365 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Networks and state performance --
pt. 1. Contours of Japan's financial policy networks. Finance ministry ties with the political arena --
Finance ministry ties with private and quasi-governmental financial institutions --
Finance ministry ties with other government agencies and the central bank --
pt. 2. Evolution of network-based regulation. Institutional "fit" for rapid growth --
Slowed growth, institutional rigidity, and reforms postponed --
Network-managed forbearance after the "bubble" bursts --
Policy paralysis amid deepening crisis --
pt. 3. Institutional change and system transition. A new regulatory and policymaking paradigm --
Why can't Japan get back on track? --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Jennifer A. Amyx.
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