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Japan’s Economic Progress—an Analysis of Causes

  • G. C. Allen

Abstract

Although Japan’s outstanding economic success since 1952 is not in question, any attempt to analyse the factors responsible for it is likely to arouse controversy, for one cannot hope to present a generally acceptable interpretation of her achievement. Yet a study of the country’s recent economic history would be incomplete if none were offered. Hence this concluding chapter.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Trading Partner Industrial Relation Economic Progress Export Trade 
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Notes and References to Part II

  1. 4.
    M. Shinohara, Growth and Cycles in the Japanese Economy (Tokyo, 1962), pp. 66–75, 85: andGoogle Scholar
  2. T. Uyeda, The Small Industries of Japan (London, 1938), pp. 287–304.Google Scholar
  3. 6.
    For an interesting brief study of these matters, see Chie Nakane, Japanese Society (London: Pelican Sociology, 1973).Google Scholar

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© G. C. Allen 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. C. Allen
    • 1
  1. 1.University of LondonUK

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