Blowing Up Japan's Economy to Save it: Abenomics Two Years On

McNeill, David
December 2014
Global Asia;Winter2014, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p18
The article offers a look at the economic challenges facing Japan as of December 2014. Topics covered include the economic prospects of the return of Shinzo Abe as prime minister in 2012, the immediate effects of his policy on fiscal, monetary and reform for national growth, and the ability of Abenomics, the economic policies advocated by Abe, to help address the country's declining economy.


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