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Beyond Capitalism: The Japanese Model of Market Economics
     

Beyond Capitalism: The Japanese Model of Market Economics

by Eisuke Sakakibara, Jr. Prestowitz Jr.
 

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Has Japan developed its own unique economic model? For years, Americans concerned about the Japanese economic challenge have heatedly debated this question. Now, a senior Japanese government official weighs in with a resounding 'Yes.' In this work, Eisuke Sakakibara of the powerful Japanese Finance Ministry describes the fundamental, structural differences between

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Has Japan developed its own unique economic model? For years, Americans concerned about the Japanese economic challenge have heatedly debated this question. Now, a senior Japanese government official weighs in with a resounding 'Yes.' In this work, Eisuke Sakakibara of the powerful Japanese Finance Ministry describes the fundamental, structural differences between the American and Japanese economies, defends the Japanese approach, and warns that U.S. policies seeking to Americanize our strongest competitor are doomed to fail. This ground-breaking study is vital reading for anyone concerned about the world's two economic superpowers and the global economy being shaped by their rivalry. Co-published with the Economic Strategy Institute.

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Business Week
...a rare English-language peep into the perceptions of a leading Japanese bureaucrat...

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ISBN-13:
9780819190628
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
03/21/1995
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.54(d)

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