Japanese Governance: Beyond Japan Inc.

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the ties that formed the so-called Japan Inc. The decade of the 1990s, therefore, was not entirely a 'lost decade', as it is often described by economists lamenting the long-lasting recession. Many institutional reforms were accomplished during the decade, and MITI's/METI's transformation certainly helped prepare Japan's economy to lead in the more globalised markets of the new century.


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See for example, Crouch and Morley (1993) and the positive correlation between income and democracy documented in Freedom House (1996).

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