The Changing Role of Economic Planning in Japan

  • Saburo Okita


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.


Private Enterprise Economic Planning Japanese Economy Economic Council Slow Economic Growth 
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© Azizur Rahman Khan and Rehman Sobhan 1990

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