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Unmaking the Japanese Miracle

Macroeconomic Politics, 1985-2000
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Cornell University Press
International relations, Japan, Economic policy, Political Science, Business / Economics / Finance, Structural adjustment (Economic policy), Politics/International Relations, Development - Economic Development, Economics - Macroeconomics, General, 1989-, Structural adjustment (Ec
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Open LibraryOL7848387M
ISBN 100801438497
ISBN 139780801438493

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Unmaking the Japanese Miracle: Macroeconomic Politics, By William W. Grimes. Japanese words for miracle include 奇跡, ミラクル, 奇蹟, 不思議, 驚異, 神業 and 不可思議. Find more Japanese words at. The miracle of `50s, `60s and `70s were by-products of the Japanese resolve to right wrongs and change the country’s lot.

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Japanese Miracle A term for the remarkable economic growth Japan experienced after its devastation in World War II. The growth is credited to a combination of American investment immediately after the war and government regulation of the economy.

The Japanese government restricted imports and promoted exports. Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan lent vast. Japan is the world's richest country in terms of per capita income. Even during a recession the country is in the black. Japan's school system produces a blue-collar work force possessing skills that come only with a college degree in most Western countries.

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