Informality and Monetary Policy in Japan: The Political Economy of Bank Performance

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Index
Acheson, K. 79
Ackley, G. 41
Administrative Reform Council 197
administrative guidance 4–5, 23, 28, 34, 69, 336–337
ambiguous 347
classified 43
compliance 45–47
consensual policy school 51
criticism of 48–50
definition 35, 40–43
effectiveness 122–123
efficiency-oriented 121–122
informal 29
interventionist school 50
market school 50–51
non-transparent 36, 48
policymakers' attachment to 356
revised 218, 233, 248
to support stock market 189
unpublished 91, 116–117, 119, 131, 134, 218
see also tsūtatsu
Administrative Procedures Law 49, 233
administrative reform 194–199, 212–222
Administrative Reform Bill 219, 243
Administrative Reform Council (ARC) 203–204
agency costs 297–298
agriculture 194
Aizawa, Hideyuki 234–235
Alletzhauser, A. 48 amakudari6–7, 53, 54–65, 69, 71, 92, 133, 134, 174, 248, 339, 340
adverse impact 349
age 278–279, 284
and banks: performance 191, 317–324; size 263–264; bank type 261–265
BoJ 56–57, 129
career management 280–291
claims for 257
classification 57–58
and consensual policy school 63–64
criticism of 208–209
data analysis 259–275
data sources 256–259
declining numbers 196, 294, 296, 351
definitions 54–57
a delicate subject 256–257
detrimental effects 297, 319–324, 325–326
empirical: investigation 255–296; results 308–317
equalising: information 62–63;
patterned 275–277
functions of 269–274, 287–291
incentive 280
interpretations of 60–65
and interventionism 263, 277–280
MoF 104–106
private corporations' reluctance 351
reward system 59, 60–61, 301, 312, 325
succession of 284–287, 313–314
'too close for comfort' 349–354
trends 291–294
Anti-Monopoly Law 93, 175
Anzen Credit Co-operative 189
Aoki, M. 17, 25, 55, 60, 62, 84, 355
Arai, Eikichi 267
Arai, Shokei 205
asset prices
bubbles 172–173
inflation 171
Austria 60

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