Table of contents for Japan's economic revival : policy challenges in a globalized world / edited by Daniel A. Citrin and Alessandro Zanello.


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Foreword; J.Lipsky
Acknowledgements
Overview; D.A.Citrin& A.Zanello
PART I: GROWTH AND DEMOGRAPHICS
Japan?s Potential Output and Productivity Growth; P.N?Diaye
Household Savings in Japan; H.Edison
PART II: FISCAL POLICY CHALLENGES
Strategies for Fiscal Consolidation; D.Botman, H.Edison& P.N?Diaye
Tax Policy Challenges from Globalization and Aging: Issues and Options; M.Keen
Pension Reform Issues; D.Iakova
PART III: MONETARY POLICY AFTER DEFLATION
A Post-Deflation Monetary Framework; C.Kramer& M.Stone
Practical Issues Surrounding the New Understanding of Price Stability; C.Faulkner-MacDonagh
PART IV: THE RISE IN CROSS-BORDER CAPITAL FLOWS
Home Bias in Japan; W.C.Walker
Recent Developments and Outlook for Japan?s Capital Flows; S.Nakagawa& C.Faulkner-MacDonagh
PART V: CHALLENGES FOR THE BANKING SECTOR
Why is Japanese Banking Sector Profitability so Low?; A.Wolfson
The Reemergence of Japanese Banks in Asia; S.Nakagawa
PART VI: STRUCTURAL REFORMS
Priorities for Structural Reform; Y.Khatri
Agricultural Policies in Japan: Domestic and International Repercussions; B.McDonald
PART VII: INTERNATIONAL SPILLOVERS
The Domestic and Global Impact of Japan?s Policies for Growth; N.Batini, P.N?Diaye & A.Rebucci
Capital Flows and the Yen-U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate; P.N?Diaye



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Japan -- Economic policy -- 1989-
Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1989-