The Japanese Main Bank System: Its Relevance for Developing and Transforming Economies

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MASAHIKO AOKI is Henri and Tomoye Takahashi Professor of Japanese Studies in the Department of Economics, and director of the Economy of Japan Program of the Center for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University. He serves as editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Japanese and International Economy, is president-elect of the Japan Association for Economics and Econometrics, and a fellow of the Econometric Society. Awarded the Japan Academy Prize in 1981, he has previously been on the faculty of Harvard University and Kyoto University. He contributed to and co-edited The Japanese Firm: Sources of its Competitiveness (Oxford, 1994). Among his many other publications is Information, Incentives, and Bargaining in the Japanese Economy (Cambridge, 1988), which has been translated into six languages and awarded a number of prizes.
HUGH PATRICK is R. D. Calkins Professor of International Business, director of the Center on Japanese Economy and Business and co-director of the Pacific Basin Studies Program at Columbia University. He is also chair of the International Steering Committee of the Pacific Trade and Development Conference series (PAFTAD). He has previously been professor of economics and director of the Economic Growth Center at Yale University, and visiting professor at Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo), University of Tokyo and University of Bombay. Among other works, he is the general co-editor of the three-volume series The Political Economy of Japan, and served as project director, editor, and contributor to Pacific Basin Industries in Distress, which won the 1992 Masayoshi Ohira Prize, and The Financial Development of Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (Oxford, 1994).
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THEODOR BAUMS is Dr. jur., professor of law at the University of Osnabrück, Germany, and director of the Institute of Commercial and Enterprise Law. He is the author of a number of works on corporate law, banking and finance law, and anti-trust in both Germany and Europe, as well as Relationships between Banks and Firms in U.S. Banking Law (1992, in German). His work on international issues includes, as co-editor, Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance (1994).
V. V. BHATT is a consultant to the World Bank, where he has held a number of positions, including chief of the Public Finance Division.

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