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ISBN: 026206104X
Author: Robert Alan Feldman
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press; First Edition edition (September 22, 1986)
Pages: 261
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Money
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This rigorous, timely, and engaging study analyzes the main innovations in Japan's financial markets over the last fifteen years.

This rigorous, timely, and engaging study analyzes the main innovations in Japan's financial markets over the last fifteen years. X, 245 pages : 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-237) and index.

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Feldman, Robert Alan. Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation. Feldman, Robert Alan. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1986. The Future of Japanese Banking, presented at the Japan Economic Seminar, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, November 18, 1988.

Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation. This book analyzes how the bank-dominated financial system-a key element of the oft-heralded "Japanese economic model"-broke down in the 1990s and spawned sweeping reforms

Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation. The political economy of the financial market: The Political Economy of Japan. This book analyzes how the bank-dominated financial system-a key element of the oft-heralded "Japanese economic model"-broke down in the 1990s and spawned sweeping reforms. It documents the sources of the Japanese economic stagnation of the 1990s, the causes of the financial crisis, the slow and initially limited policy response to banking problems, and the reform program that followed.

Feldman, Robert Alan (1986): Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation, Cambridge: The MIT Press. Francks, Penelope (1992): Japanese Economic Development: Theory and Practice, New York: Routledge

Feldman, Robert Alan (1986): Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation, Cambridge: The MIT Press. Francks, Penelope (1992): Japanese Economic Development: Theory and Practice, New York: Routledge.

Robert has published three books, Japanese Financial Markets: Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation (MIT Press, 1986), Nihon no Suijaku ("The Weakening of Japan", Toyo Keizai 1996, in Japanese) and Nihon no Saiki ("Starting Over", Toyo Keizai 2001, in Japanese). A fluent speaker of Japanese, he has also translated four books from Japanese to English, including Economic Growth in Prewar Japan (by Takafusa Nakamura, Yale University Press).

Japanese Financial Markets : Deficits, Dilemmas, and Deregulation. This rigorous, timely, and engaging study analyzes the main innovations in Japan's financial markets over the last fifteen years. by Robert Alan Feldman.

Feldman, Robert Alan (1986). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Fisher, Irving (1933). Freedman, Craig (1999).

This rigorous, timely, and engaging study analyzes the main innovations in Japan's financial markets over the last fifteen years. It investigates how Japan's fiscal deficits and current account swings have generated self-perpetuating cycles of innovation and deregulation in financial markets. Using portfolio theory, the book presents much original material on hotly debated issues, including how internationalized Japan's capital market is and how monetary policy is reacting to innovations. An overview chapter describes macro trends using a tripartite framework of overall asset intensity, distribution of assets among economic sectors, and the portfolio composition of each sector. Feldman notes strengthened feedback among interest rates and bases a unique taxonomy of financial innovation on this concept of feedback. The taxonomy is applied in chapter 3 to a description of micro developments in Japanese financial markets. Chapters 4 and 5 use a formal econometric model to dig deeper into questions about the nature of the loan market and monetary policy tools. Feldman focuses next on approaches to internationalization. Chapter 6 concerns the legal approach, which emphasizes how and why regulations on capital flows changed. Surprising conclusions are reached in chapter 7 using the quantity approach, which relates who transacted how much of which types of assets, and when. The price approach, based on the concept of interest parity, puts an actual date on internationalization. These three approaches are integrated in chapter 9, in a theoretical model that shows how opening financial markets to foreigners affects exchange rates and interest rates. A concluding chapter integrates the recurrent themes of market pressure, feedback, and deregulation in a provocative set of speculations on the future of the Japanese financial system. Robert Alan Feldman is an economist at the International Monetary Fund.

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