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Japanese Capitalism in Crisis : A Regulationist Interpretation

By: Boyer, Robert.
Contributor(s): Yamada, Toshio.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Advances in International Political Economy: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2002Description: 1 online resource (257 p.).ISBN: 9780203459171.Subject(s): Japan - Economic conditions - 1989- | Japan - Economic conditions - 1989- | Japan - Economic policy - 1989-Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Japanese Capitalism in Crisis : A Regulationist InterpretationDDC classification: 330.952 | 338.952 LOC classification: HC462.95 .B69 2000ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; List of abbreviations; Glossary; Introduction: a puzzle for economic theories; Institutional interpretations and theories; Japanese capitalism and the companyist compromise; The hierarchical market-firm nexus as the Japanese mode of regulation; Disproportionate productivity growth and accumulation regimes; The wage labour nexus, forms of competition, financial regime: major structural transformations; The capital-labour compromise and the financial system: a changing hierarchy
'Industrial welfare' and 'company-ist' regulation: an eroding complementarityThe financial mode of regulation in Japan and its demise; What crisis and what futures?; The wage labour nexus challenged: more the consequence than the cause of the crisis; Growth, distribution and structural change in the post-war Japanese economy; Beyond the East Asian economic crisis; Some limitations to Japanese competitiveness; Conclusion: an epochal changebut uncertain future; Notes; References; Index
Summary: The contributors to Japanese Capitalism in Crisis show that there can be a middle ground between the current extremes of the Japanese economy, and offer two proposals: a deeper understanding of long term development, and an extension of existing theory.
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Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; List of abbreviations; Glossary; Introduction: a puzzle for economic theories; Institutional interpretations and theories; Japanese capitalism and the companyist compromise; The hierarchical market-firm nexus as the Japanese mode of regulation; Disproportionate productivity growth and accumulation regimes; The wage labour nexus, forms of competition, financial regime: major structural transformations; The capital-labour compromise and the financial system: a changing hierarchy

'Industrial welfare' and 'company-ist' regulation: an eroding complementarityThe financial mode of regulation in Japan and its demise; What crisis and what futures?; The wage labour nexus challenged: more the consequence than the cause of the crisis; Growth, distribution and structural change in the post-war Japanese economy; Beyond the East Asian economic crisis; Some limitations to Japanese competitiveness; Conclusion: an epochal changebut uncertain future; Notes; References; Index

The contributors to Japanese Capitalism in Crisis show that there can be a middle ground between the current extremes of the Japanese economy, and offer two proposals: a deeper understanding of long term development, and an extension of existing theory.

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