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dc.contributor.authorKONOE, Sara
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Asian and African Studies, 2009, 44, 5, 497–515en
dc.description.abstractThis article analyzes and compares the financial sector restructuring process after the financial crises in Japan and the United States. As these financial crises deepened, countries shifted their policies away from postponing financial sector restructuring toward more thorough reforms. The impacts of different political structures are examined through the Small-N Case Study method. Cases include: the bursting of the financial bubble in the 1990s in Japan and the Savings and Loan crisis in the 1980s in the USA, both of which are analyzed through a review of academic literature, journalistic writings, and statistical data from the World Wide Web.en
dc.titleFinancial Crises, Politics and Financial Sector Restructuring: A Comparison between Japan and the United Statesen

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