A major feature of corporate organisation in Japan is the existence of keiretsu or
financial corporate groupings, centring on financial, shareholding, and trading links
among ‘main1 banks, general trading companies and manufacturing firms. This study
examines the economics of this form of corporate organisation and its role in Japan’s
structural adjustment since the early 1970s, previous analysis of which has focused on the
role of government policy and assistance.
The financial corporate...[Show more]
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