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

By Masahiko Aoki; Hugh Patrick | Go to book overview

The most important lesson from this study is that the Japanese main bank system is not only a relevant and useful model for large industrial enterprise finance, it may well be better for developing market economies and transforming socialist economies than other models.


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