Strategic Capitalism: Private Business and Public Purpose in Japanese Industrial Finance

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Princeton University Press, 23 juil. 1995 - 373 pages

Was Japan's economic miracle generated primarily by the Japanese state or by the nation's dynamic private sector? In addressing this question, Kent Calder's richly detailed study offers a distinctive reinterpretation of Japanese government-business relations. Calder challenges popular opinion to demonstrate how Japanese private enterprise has complemented the state in achieving the national purpose of industrial transformation.

 

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Table des matières

Introduction
3
A Complex Heritage of Control
23
The Strategists and Their Tribulations
45
The Regulators and Industrial Credit
72
Profiles of Public Action
103
Private Financiers and Public Functions
134
Private Borrowers and Public Credit Controls
174
Changing Parameters
211
Beyond Strategy?
245
Allocation Fiscal 19911992
285
Notes
293
Bibliography
333
Index
359
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Kent E. Calder is Associate Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Director of Princeton University's Program on U.S.-Japan Relations. He is the author of Crisis and Compensation: Public Policy and Political Stability in Japan (Princeton), for which he won the Hiromi Arisawa and Masayoshi Ohira Awards. He is also the coauthor, with Roy Hofheinz, Jr., of The Eastasia Edge.

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