From the vantage of traditional economics, Japan has made very serious policy errors, but the nation has emerged as an industrial powerhouse which poses a significant challenge to the US. These essays propose a new analytical framework for understanding Japan's development strategy and the implication of Japan's growing prowess in the international markets.
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January 1, 1989
Johnson, C., Tyson, L. D., & Zysman, J. (1991). Politics and Productivity: The Real Story of Why Japan Works. HarperCollins.