The Economic System of Contemporary Japan: Its Structure and Possibility of Change
Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara ()
Japanese Economy, 1994, vol. 22, issue 5-6, 76-98
The economic system of contemporary Japan is often referred to as the "Japanese-style" system. This is because, whether consciously or unconsciously, many people consider the economic system in Japan to be different from that in Western Europe and, in particular, from that in the United States.
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