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Japan's Economy in a Comparative Perspective. Japan's Economy in a Comparative Perspective. Paul Norbury, 1983, 220 pp. Purchase. A comparative study of the Japanese and Italian economies seems a surprising idea, but the execution is very good. Moreover, the method produces interesting insights and original lines of inquiry.
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This book combines economic sociology and comparative political economy to analyse the causes, dynamics and implications of Ireland's economic 'boom to bust'.
Abt Books, 1982), 29. 13. Ibid. This book combines economic sociology and comparative political economy to analyse the causes, dynamics and implications of Ireland's economic 'boom to bust'. It examines the interplay between the financial system, European integration and Irish national politics to show how financial speculation overwhelmed the economic and social development of the 1990s 'Celtic Tiger'.
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AS STATED IN CHAPTER 1, the present volume takes the Japanese case as the benchmark case for a comparative analysis of public goods provision in early modern times. In fact, parts 2, 3, and 4, dealing with poor relief, infrastructure, and forests, respectively, include at least one chapter on the Japanese case. This chapter on Chinese efforts to cope with the problem of poverty and the threats of famine differs from other chapters in this part of the book regarding the spatial scale on which it addresses the topic. 16 Public Goods and Economy in the Early Modern Era- New Perspectives on Modern Economies and Contemporary Environmental Concerns.
The role of nonmarket practices for promoting economic development and success has been an area of interest, typically involving discussion of the state’s economic policies. How have societies tackled problems that the market did not handle well? To what extent did their solutions reflect the structure of their economy?