Japanese Economics and Economists Since 1945eBook - 2000
This work represents an objective study of Japanese economics since 1945 based on statistical data and analysis. It represents a concise summary of Japanese economics in both the academy and policy making. Its international comparative approach considers Japanese economics in relation to that in America and Korea. It reveals that in the years following World War II, economists in Japan were involved in several fields: not only mathematical economic but also non-mathematical, policy argument and historical research. Japanese economics is proven to have been influential on the international scene more in terms of theoretical and mathematical economics than in terms of the study of economic policies. Japanese Marxian economists in particular, have made substantial contributions to the study of economic thought and Japanese economists since 1945 have significantly influenced policy makers in their advice giving and teaching roles.
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 296 p.)