Crisis or Recovery in Japan

Crisis or Recovery in Japan

State and Industrial Economy

Edited by David Bailey, Dan Coffey and Phil Tomlinson

This innovative and multidisciplinary book explores Japan’s economic crisis and recovery. Specifically, it analyses the role of corporations, the state, macroeconomic and industrial policy, and the changing status of Japan as an economic role model. The contributors list comprises an international panel of economists, political scientists and international relations specialists. From vantage points across Japan, North America and Europe, they bring together a collection of original studies considering Japan’s economic malaise and the potential for sustained recovery.

Chapter 7: Kudoka, Restructuring and Possibilities for Industrial Policy in Japan

David Bailey and Roger Sugden

Subjects: asian studies, asian economics, economics and finance, asian economics, industrial economics


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