The Changing Role of Economic Planning in Japan
Although the Japanese government has produced several economic plans since the end of World War II and has an economic planning agency, the Japanese economy is not a planned economy. It is a predominantly private-enterprise economy. Occasionally government intervenes in private activities, but the basic nature of the present Japanese economy is a highly competitive market economy.
KeywordsPrivate Enterprise Economic Planning Japanese Economy Economic Council Slow Economic Growth
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