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

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1.1 External Funding Sources of the Non-Financial Corporate Sector: 1965-92
1.2 Loans Shares of Financial Institutions to Listed Firms in Manufacturing
1.3 Bank Holdings of Domestic Corporate Bonds
1.4 Switching of Main Bank by Once-Excellent Firms
1.5 Changes in the Number of Domestic Branches of City Banks
1.6 International Comparison of Shares of Funding Sources of Non-Financial Corporate Sector: Japan, US, Germany, UK
1.7 Typology of Banking Systems
2.1 Financing of Railway and Cotton-Spinning Companies
2.2 Financing of Large Firms
2.3 Number of Stockholders and Share Distribution of Ten Large Companies
2.4 Distribution of Shareholding in Companies of the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu Offered to the Public
2.5 Distribution of Shareholding in Zaibatsu Groups Immediately after World War II
2.6 Deposits and Lendings Relationship within Zaibatsu
2.7 Distribution of Resources and Output in the Manufacturing Sector
2.8 Rate of Profits and Bank Lending after 1935
2.9 Lending by Wartime Finance Corporation, Reconstruction Finance Bank, and Ordinary Banks
3.1 Implicit Interest Rate Subsidies and Taxes
3.2 Distribution of Sources of External Corporate Finance
3.3 Plant and Equipment Loans by Banks
3.4 Share of Loans to Real Estate and Financial Industries
4.1 Three Stages of Monitoring

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