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Financial Crisis and Bank Management in Japan (1997 to 2016) : Building a Stable Banking System, Hardback Book

Financial Crisis and Bank Management in Japan (1997 to 2016) : Building a Stable Banking System Hardback

Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions series

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This book explores the challenges faced by the Japanese economy and the Japanese banking industry following the financial crisis that emerged around the turn of the last millennium.

The author explores how the Japanese financial crisis of the late 1990s engendered huge restructuring efforts in the banking industry, which eventually led to even more sweeping changes of the economic system and long-term deflation in the 2000s.

The discussion begins with an overview of the unconventional monetary policy launched by the Bank of Japan at this time, while banking administrative policies maintained their strict code of governance.

The author describes how, just as recovery seemed possible, the twin disasters of the Lehman shock and the Great East Japan Earthquake buffeted the recovering economy, and pushed Japan again into deflation.

The book also looks to the very recent past, with the sudden advent of Abenomics in 2013, with its three-pronged approach, which was intended to break the deflationary mindset.

Finally, the author projects what the future of the banking industry in Japan might encompass, as looming demographic changes gradually threaten both the economy and the banking industry.

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  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 184 pages, 3 Illustrations, color; 25 Illustrations, black and white; XXII, 184 p. 28 illus., 3 illu
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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  • Category: Financial crises & disasters
  • ISBN: 9781137541178

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