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Economics: Japan and China
This paper provides 42 brief essays that pertain to various aspects of the economy in Japan and China.
# 124986 | 15,000 words | 193 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Economics (International) , Asian Studies (General)

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Using the books "Japanese Phoenix" by Richard Katz and "The Chinese Economy" by Barry Naughton, the paper's essays cover a wide array of topics that pertain to Japan's ongoing economic slump and the enormous success experienced by China in its transition from a planned to a market economy, respectively.

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"State-owned enterprises, SOEs, were at the heart of the Chinese economy until a wave of reforms aimed at privatizing began in the ...s. State-owned enterprises are significant to China's economy because of their size and number and the subsequent millions of Chinese they employ. Despite intent to reform SOEs, there was no real incentive for the SOEs to change because of government subsidies. Subsidies were required because it was not economically feasible to shut SOEs down..."

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