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Trade with Japan [electronic resource] : has the door opened wider? / edited by Paul Krugman ; with a new preface.

Contributor(s): Krugman, Paul R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: National Bureau of Economic Research project report: Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1995Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 339 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780226454658 (electronic bk.); 0226454657 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Japan -- Commercial policy | Industrial policy -- Japan | United States -- Commerce -- Japan | Japan -- Commerce -- United States | Politique industrielle -- Japon | Japon -- Politique commerciale | �Etats-Unis -- Commerce -- Japon | Japon -- Commerce -- �Etats-Unis | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Marketing | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- Trade & Tariffs | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Exports & Imports | Economische politiekGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trade with Japan.DDC classification: 382/.0952073 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Trade with Japan; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. How Open Is Japan?; 2. Market Structure, Comparative Advantage, and Japanese Trade under the Strong Yen; 3. Changing Japanese Trade Patterns and the East Asian NICs; 4. Price Behavior in Japanese and U.S. Manufacturing; 5. Is the Japanese Distribution System Really Inefficient?; 6. The Japanese Distribution System and Access to the Japanese Market; 7. The Japanese Financial System and the Cost of Capital; 8. Japanese Finance in the 1980s: A Survey; 9. Industrial Policy in Japan: A Political Economy View
Summary: The realities of Japanese-U.S. trade and investment relations are clouded by mistrust, misinformation, and myth. In what way is the Japanese economic system different, and is it to be emulated or challenged? The contributors, from both the United States and Japan, explore Japanese trade patterns, market structure and trade, financial markets, and industrial and trade policy. Offering analysis of the issues, Trade with Japan is a valuable resource for economists, policymakers, and the business community.
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Trade with Japan; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. How Open Is Japan?; 2. Market Structure, Comparative Advantage, and Japanese Trade under the Strong Yen; 3. Changing Japanese Trade Patterns and the East Asian NICs; 4. Price Behavior in Japanese and U.S. Manufacturing; 5. Is the Japanese Distribution System Really Inefficient?; 6. The Japanese Distribution System and Access to the Japanese Market; 7. The Japanese Financial System and the Cost of Capital; 8. Japanese Finance in the 1980s: A Survey; 9. Industrial Policy in Japan: A Political Economy View

The realities of Japanese-U.S. trade and investment relations are clouded by mistrust, misinformation, and myth. In what way is the Japanese economic system different, and is it to be emulated or challenged? The contributors, from both the United States and Japan, explore Japanese trade patterns, market structure and trade, financial markets, and industrial and trade policy. Offering analysis of the issues, Trade with Japan is a valuable resource for economists, policymakers, and the business community.

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