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    All economies are trying to solve the same problem; how do we satisfy our unlimited wants with our limited resources? Since all economies are working to achieve a solution to the same economic problem, they have resulted in similar economic structures, although this was not always the case. Therefore, economists must compare economies around the world, such as Japan in order to see and understand how Australia’s economy develops, performs and operates. The advanced Japanese economy and the largest

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    Japanese Economy had sturdily hit by recession in proceeds to real estate and banking bubble in end of 1990s that was usually called Lost Decade in Japan history. Japanese economy has been stressed to grow up by deflation, GDP and GNP growth. Japan economy has been making strongly efforts to growth of Nikkei 225 Stock Index average and positive reception of Japanese Yen in international market. Mr. Shinzo Abe, The Japanese Prime Minister introduced the large package of policies reform which is

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    Stagnant Japanese Economy Essay

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    Something having no current or flow and often having an unpleasant smell defines the word stagnant. The Japanese economy has been stagnant for about two decades now. There are many reasons for this ‘unpleasant smell’. Firstly, the fiscal policy in Japan, the surplus in savings, its once economic bubble power and the policy management in Japan put an end to any flow that there once was. Secondly, the Global flow and structural impediments are a cause of the lack of current. The liberal Democratic

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    out in the Pacific between the United States and Japan left the Japanese utterly defeated. Yet somehow in the years following the war, the Japanese economy grew at an exponential rate for several decades. Japan’s economy flourished, the cause of this was largely due to the over sight of the United States, as well as the resilience and teamwork mentality of the Japanese workers, with the effect being a revitalized, modern Japanese economy that now competes with all the world superpowers for market share

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    The Bubble Economy The direct cause of the Japanese banking crisis was the collapse of the asset price bubble during the late 1980s to the early 1990s. During 1980s, sustained economic growth and low inflation rate were the main characteristics of macroeconomic environment in Japan. This condition caused the upward growth expectations of asset prices, uncontrolled credit expansion and financial deregulation. At the same period, the United States has a substantial increase in the current account

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    The topic of this dissertation is to discuss the monetary policy adopted in bubble economy period of Japanese. As Japanese economics is a specific example around the world. The Japanese government adopted many effective ways to revitalize the economy with the result that its economy rose abruptly after the World war II. However, because Japan entered a liquidity trap around 1990s, and experienced a “Lost Decade” (Hiyashi and Prescott, 2002), the government experienced many economic problems such

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    “Burn all, kill all, and steal all.” One sentence, an policy, Chinese were suffered a deadly persecution by Japanese during WWII. Himeta Mitsuyoshi, who was a historian estimated that more than 2.7 million Chinese were killed in Hirohito’s “three-alls policy” since December 2, 1938. Even more than seventy years past since WWII ended, the damage and loss of life caused by the war for both China and Japan will never be forgotten (Beck). Since the late 19th century, China and Japan kept clashing

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    1940 Japanese Economy

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    Japanese economy was structured solely based on meeting military demand. The economy’s strength was strained by the strict economic controls and the shortages of raw materials while industries and livelihood were sacrificed so the economy could meet the military demand. The wartime-controlled economy was unavoidable because of the government’s necessity in ensuring raw materials for chemical industries, production of weaponry, and the raising of funds for huge military spending. Japan depended on

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    A Leading Indicators Comparison of the United States and Japanese Economies The United States has for more than a century maintained the largest economy in the world. Japan, on the other hand, currently has the third largest economy in the world (according to some estimates) after realizing incredible growth since the damage and ruin it experienced during World War II (BBC, 2015). This essay compares and contrasts the current economies of the United States and Japan in terms of three leading economic

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    World War, the Japanese economy had experienced remarkable growth, transforming from a developing to an advanced developed economy in a single generation. However, on the edge of a three-decade long “Economic Miracle,” in the late 1980s, Japan faced its regrettable “bubble economy” in which asset prices rapidly soared, money supply and credit underwent sizable increase, and economic activity overheated for a prolonged period (Okina p.396). At the bubble’s peak in 1989, the Japanese stock market obtained

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