How Should the World View Japan's New Economic Policy Strategy?

Peter Drysdale, Ippei Fujiwara

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned reportpeer-review

    Abstract

    After two lost decades, Japans economy is again attracting the attention of the rest of the world. The introduction of the package of policies known as Abenomics has so far drastically affected financial markets, with stock prices increasing massively, exchange rates depreciating considerably and bond yields rising abruptly. The ultimate domestic and international effects of Japans new expansionary monetary policy are ambiguous. However, fixing Japans long-term problems will ultimately require more daring structural reforms than Abenomics has so far promised. Such a reform agenda could complement and find support in much of the emerging G-20 agenda
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationD.C., USA
    Commissioning bodyBrookings
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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