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Japan's Great Stagnation and Abenomics free pdf As the global Great Recession continues, policymakers, economists, and the public are turning to Japenses economic revitalization for answers. Paul Krugman, Nobel laureate in Economics, once said that Japan was a 'full-dress rehearsal for the current crisis.' Japan has experienced and valiantly overcome the burst of their Bubble economy, financial crisis, lukewarm recovery, and more than a decade-long deflation and stagnation to become one of the most stable economies today. Japan's Great Stagnation and Abenomics chronicles Japan's Great Stagnation and reveals the striking similarities of economic events and policies between the Great Stagnation and the current Great Recession. It also suggests possible dangers ahead and way-outs in the future. This exciting new volume is based on Wakatabe's expertise in economic history and the history of economic ideas and argues that any policy decision is related to cultural ideology. An investigation into the relationship between cultural ideology and policy helps us better understand the policy-making process.

About Masazumi Wakatabe

Masazumi Wakatabe is Professor of Economics at Waseda University, Japan. Trained as a historian of economics, he has extensively written on economic thought during the past economic crises, and the Japanese economy and economic policy. He has published six books in Japanese, and has published numerous book chapters and academic articles throughout his career in both English and Japanese.

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Author : Masazumi Wakatabe
Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
Data Published : 23 April 2015
ISBN : 1137438843
EAN : 9781137438843
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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