Bank of Japan and the Global Financial Crisis
As the first central bank outside the Europe, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) was established in 1882, and then politically controlled for over a century. So, unlike the market-oriented US Fed and BOE, the BOJ is perceived as a government-guided central bank conducting limited financial regulation and supervision.
KeywordsMonetary Policy Central Bank Financial Institution Global Financial Crisis News Release
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