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From the Publisher"This book is a fascinating analysis of the past, present, and future of the Japanese financial system. It sheds a great deal of light on Japan's current troubles and their potential solution."—Ben S. Bernanke, Howard Harrison and Gabrielle Snyder Beck Professor of Economics andPublic Affairs, Princeton University
"Hoshi and Kashyap crystallize much of their high-quality research in this book.
Corporate Financing and Government in Japan tells of the rise and fall of banking dominance overJapanese corporations with historical accounts, economic theory, and summaries of empirical analysis. The book will be an authoritative read for a wide-ranging audience, including college students, MBA students, and scholars in the field."—Takatoshi Ito, Professor, HitotsubashiUniversity
"Hoshi and Kashyap are most reliable students of the Japanese financial system, and the publication of their book is extremely timely and welcome. Corporate Financing and Governance inJapan places the present Japanese crisis in a historical perspective using rich historical data and interesting case studies, provides its diagnosis with advanced analytical concepts, and thoughtfully lays out a possible future course for the Japanese system. It is a pleasantly readable, informative,and insightful book."—Masahiko Aoki, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, and President-Elect,the International Economic Association
"This book provides insightful accounts of the turbulent institutional transformations in Hungary and of the evolution of contemporary economic thought—both of which the author himself has been actively engaged in. It may also be read as a treatise on the ethics and psychology of scientific creation by a leading social science scholar of our time."—Masahiko Aoki,Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, and President-Elect, the International EconomicAssociation