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© 1995

Japan in the International Financial System

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Part of the Studies in the Modern Japanese Economy book series

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Introduction

Japan experienced a remarkable growth in international finance, through a series of liberalization measures in the 1980s. However, her position in the global financial system is still limited, as the reserve currency share of yen illustrates. Why does such a contrast exist? Historical comparison with Britain and the United States as well as extensive data provide a key to answer the question.

Keywords

growth international finance internationalization Japan

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  1. 1.University of TokyoJapan

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TORU IWAMI

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