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The Political Economy of Japanese Financial Markets

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Informationen zum Autor RICHARD BEASON is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business, the University of Alberta, Canada JASON ... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor RICHARD BEASON is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business, the University of Alberta, Canada JASON JAMES is a strategist at James Cabel, Tokyo. Klappentext The authors examine various aspects of Japanese financial markets. This analysis is interspersed with the relevant institutional/historical background on Japanese financial markets necessary for the non-specialist. Principal chapters include: an institutional overview, a chapter on comparative cost of capital (both internationally and among Japanese firms); causes and implications of the high degree of financial intermediation in Japan and an invaluable analysis of the most recent trends in the Japanese/Asian financial markets. Zusammenfassung The authors examine various aspects of Japanese financial markets. causes and implications of the high degree of financial intermediation in Japan and an invaluable analysis of the most recent trends in the Japanese/Asian financial markets. Inhaltsverzeichnis PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERMEDIATED STRUCTURE Introduction The High Degree of Intermediation: the Financial Structure 1954-1975 Toward a More Liberal Structure PART II: BREAKDOWN AND TOWARD MATURITY End of the Party (But not the End of the World) Japans Financial Crisis PART III: INSTITUTIONS Institutions, Accounting Practices and Incentives in Japanese Equity and Other Financial Markets Political Change and the Financial Markets Public Funds, 'Price-Keeping Operations' Deregulation and 'Big Bang' PART IV: SOME STICKY QUESTIONS The Cost of Capital in Japan and Semantics of the Bubble Japanese Equity Market Valuation Concluding Remarks

Klappentext

The authors examine various aspects of Japanese financial markets. This analysis is interspersed with the relevant institutional/historical background on Japanese financial markets necessary for the non-specialist. Principal chapters include: an institutional overview, a chapter on comparative cost of capital (both internationally and among Japanese firms); causes and implications of the high degree of financial intermediation in Japan and an invaluable analysis of the most recent trends in the Japanese/Asian financial markets.



Zusammenfassung
The authors examine various aspects of Japanese financial markets. causes and implications of the high degree of financial intermediation in Japan and an invaluable analysis of the most recent trends in the Japanese/Asian financial markets.

Inhalt

PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERMEDIATED STRUCTURE Introduction The High Degree of Intermediation: the Financial Structure 1954-1975 Toward a More Liberal Structure PART II: BREAKDOWN AND TOWARD MATURITY End of the Party (But not the End of the World) Japans Financial Crisis PART III: INSTITUTIONS Institutions, Accounting Practices and Incentives in Japanese Equity and Other Financial Markets Political Change and the Financial Markets Public Funds, 'Price-Keeping Operations' Deregulation and 'Big Bang' PART IV: SOME STICKY QUESTIONS The Cost of Capital in Japan and Semantics of the Bubble Japanese Equity Market Valuation Concluding Remarks

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Political Economy of Japanese Financial Markets
Untertitel: Myths versus Realities
Autor:
EAN: 9780333579336
ISBN: 978-0-333-57933-6
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Gewicht: 561g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 1999
Auflage: 1999

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