Posted on June 30th, 1993 by David Luhman.
Contents to my report on financial deregulation in Japan.
- Summary of "Financial Deregulation in Japan"
- The Japanese economy : From riches to rags
- The search for financial stability in Japan after the war
- Banking and interest rates in Japan
- Japanese long-term credit banks
- Trust banking and insurance in Japan
- The Japanese securities firms
- The Ministry of Finance and Bank of Japan
- Japanese government deficits set the stage for deregulation
- The wall between Japanese banks and securities firms crumbles
- Japanese interest rate regulations lose effect
- Changes in corporate finance extend deregulation in Japan
- The Eurobond market opens to Japanese firms
- Japanese banks begin to underwrite corporate bonds
- Controlling the Japanese money supply with deregulation
- The costs and benefits of financial deregulation in Japan
- Appendix A : Chronology of financial deregulation in Japan
- Appendix B : List of laws related to banking and finance in Japan