Étiqueté : japanese capitalism
By Gregory Jackson and Julia Bartosch. This paper discusses cross-country patterns of corporate responsibility with an interface to the discussion of a variety of capitalisms, and how corporate responsibility mirrors or substitutes for institutionalized forms of coordination.
Abenomics initially generated high expectations, but the mood has currently shifted to present it as another failed economic experiment. Opinions on Abenomics are however often closed to caricatures. It is thus crucial to provide a critical and balanced evaluation.
By Gregory Jackson. The literature on comparative capitalism sees institutions largely as a set of incentives and constraints on rational behavior of business enterprises. Institutions constrain economic action, but also create new opportunities for economic action.
Edited by Sébastien Lechevalier
Trad. J. A. A. Stockwin
Routledge, Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies, 204 p.