Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara ()
Japanese Economy, 1994, vol. 22, issue 3-4, 155-158
This paper explains two points that are regarded as important when examining the Japanese economic system: First, that most of the systems and mechanisms which have been established with stability in a given society are not formed by necessity. Second, the kind of economic mechanism that emerges in a society is greatly dependent upon other mechanisms already in existence.
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