Designing Financial Systems in East Asia and Japan

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Joseph P. H. Fan, Masaharu Hanazaki, Jūrō Teranishi
Psychology Press, 2004 - 391 lappuses
A distinctive feature of the last decade has been the drastic change in the financial systems of the world due to globalization and innovation. The changes have resulted in more market-oriented systems and have required re-designing of existing financial institutions and markets, corporate governance and regulatory frameworks in order to achieve sustainable economic development. The East Asian crisis and prolonged depression in Japan have heightened the need to redesign financial systems in the region. This book deliberates on some urgent issues that face the new architecture of the financial systems in Japan and East Asia. The book is broken into three sections: *The role of financial institutions and markets in economic development in Japan and East Asia *Issues in corporate governance and new technologies *The designing of efficient financial systems With contributions from leading Asian economics experts based around the world, this book will be useful to both scholars and professionals with an interest in financial systems, corporate financing and governance.

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PARTI
17
Japanese economic success and the curious characteristics
84
Japanese securities firms business corporations and financial
112
PART II
185
Evidence from
204
Who monitors and how?
225
The determinants of executive compensation in Japan
273
Further reforms of the JGB market for the promotion
316
Index
385
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Joseph P. H. Fan is Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Masaharu Hanazaki is Associate Professor at the Center for Economic Institutions (CEI), Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan. Juro Teranishi is Professor at the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan.

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