U. S. - Japan Macroeconomic Relations. Interactions And Interdependence In The 1980s.
Noguchi Yukio, Yamamura Kozo.
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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: University Of Washington Press
Publisher Place: Seattle.
Publisher Year: 1996
Edition: First Edition
Description: 267 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout. For The Economies Of Both The United States And Japan The 1980s Was An Eventful Decade. In The United States, This Was The Decade Of The Reagan Macroeconomic Policy Characterized By Very Large Budget And Trade Deficits, A Major Tax Cut, A Strong Dollar, A Large Capital Inflow Especially From Japan, And Intensifying Trade Conflicts With Japan.
Publishers Description: Presents studies examining why the US and Japan adopted their respective macroeconomic policies of the 1980s and the interrelationships and consequences of each, using approaches including political-economic analysis of policy motivation and effects, and econometric studies relating to areas such as