Policymaking in Japan's financial markets
This thesis explores the process of regulatory development and implementation in the Japanese financial markets during the 1970s. A set of eight hypotheses is used to examine the interrelationship between the component parts of the policymaking process and to comprehend the degree of immobilism inherent in it. These hypotheses focus on the roles of the LDP, the public service and the financial institutions in the policymaking process and the effect of international compared with domestic...[Show more]
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