Describes the development of the Japanese financial system, from the extensive regulation and resource allocation through administrative leadership in the 1950s, the banking crisis and legal and structural reorganization in the 1990s. Special attention is triggered on the processes of regulation, the inherent logic of the early postwar system, and the forces that change in the 1980s. Extensive data materials are provided.

Describes the development of the Japanese financial system, from the extensive regulation and resource allocation through administrative leadership in the 1950s, the banking crisis and legal and structural reorganization in the 1990s. Special attention is triggered on the processes of regulation, the inherent logic of the early postwar system, and the forces that change in the 1980s. Extensive data materials are provided.
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Ulrike Schaede
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Publication Date: Oct 20, 1999. Prod #: 700049-PDF-ENG
Japanese Financial System: From the postwar period in the new millennium HBR case solution