OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Planning for Change: Industrial Policy and Japanese Economic Development 1945-1990

ISBN : 9780198290278

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¥9,031
著者: 
James E. Vestal
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ページ
256 ページ
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Paperback
サイズ
156 x 234 mm
刊行日
1995年10月
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What has been the role of government industrial policy in Japan's extraordinary post-war development? How has the role changed in successive phases of growth? What "lessons" can be learnt from this experience by other nations, be they in the West, or developing countries or economies in transition attempting to introduce competitive market structures? These are some of the main questions addressed in this absorbing and thorough study. Dividing the period into three main phases, the author shows that policy played a crucial role in the initial period of post-war recovery. It did so not by "picking winners" but by creating a stable base from which development could occur by spreading the cost of introducing market competition over time. In the succeeding high growth period, and more recently, Japan's industrial policy attempts only to promote the development of new technology, and smoothe the decline of sectors that are no longer globally competitive. That Japan itself no longer practices industrial policy on a wide scale is an irony little appreciated by those advocating the adoption of a "Japan-style" industrial policy elswhere.

著者について: 

James E. Vestal, Keio University.

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