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Wirtschaftspolitische Reformen in Japan: Kultur als Hemmschuh?

  • Pascha, Werner
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    Das Papier geht von der Überlegung aus, dass eine nachhaltige Erholung der japanischen Wirtschaft eine entschiedene Reform der Wirtschaftspolitik voraussetzt, um verlorenes Vertrauen zurückzugewinnen. Dazu bietet sich neben einer Regelorientierung die Einrichtung unabhängiger Agenturen an. Dieser Weg könnte aber im Sinne des kognitiv-evolutionären Ansatzes der Theorie der Wirtschaftspolitik durch kulturelle Faktoren gefährdet sein. Untersucht werden der Einfluss von bestimmten Werten und Weltsichten, dabei insbesondere eine Disposition zu sog. generalisierten Austauschbeziehungen, die Chancen einer glaubhaften Selbstbindung über das Recht sowie der Einsatz von Elementen der direkten Demokratie und des Föderalismus. Insgesamt überwiegt in dem Papier eine skeptische Haltung gegenüber den Chancen einer Reform im obigen Sinne, selbst wenn sich einzelne Aspekte möglicher Lösungsansätze in der Realität bereits abzeichnen.

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    Paper provided by University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST in its series Duisburger Arbeitspapiere Ostasienwissenschaften with number 44/2002.

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    1. Pascha, Werner & Robaschik, Frank, 2001. "The role of Japanese local governments in stabilisation policy," Duisburger Arbeitspapiere Ostasienwissenschaften 40/2001, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST.
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