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2013 | 136 | 181-192
Article title

Rola państwa w gospodarce współczesnej Japonii

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Title variants
EN
The Role of State in Modern Japan
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
While the role of modern Japan in world's economy is still very important, it has been changed a lot during last two decades. The process started during late 80's when rapid development of Japanese finished. The golden years based on investment expansion, development of high tech products and growing financial surplus. Then Japan evolved into capital and technology exporter. Changes in economic structure and institutional reforms accelerated this process. The main aim of the article is to described some areas in Japanese economy where the role of state has been changed in last two decades. It focuses on: privatization of state enterprises, changes in importance of some Ministries, role of central bank and financial market. The state support in the development of regions is show in case of clusters.
Year
Volume
136
Pages
181-192
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Contributors
References
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2083-8611
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-16d14554-898c-403d-ad18-ca64adda26d4
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