A Comparative Analysis of Japanese and German Economic by IFO Institute for Economic Research Sakura Institute

By IFO Institute for Economic Research Sakura Institute ofResearch Japan

The objective of this e-book is to guage safely monetary improvement mechanism and to extract precious classes from a comparability of the commercial improvement of Japan and that of Germany. The booklet covers an in depth diversity of financial matters: (1) macro-economic elements: capital, exertions, know-how; (2) macro-economic rules: monetary, financial, commercial; (3) exterior shocks to either economies: oil crises, alternate fee fluctuations, environmental difficulties; (4) improvement techniques of significant industries: metal, chemical substances, and autos. The analyses with this systematic and finished process offer invaluable insights for the overall reader in addition to guidance for constructing nations and for jap eu nations in transition.

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Nonetheless, that figure was equivalent to only about 40% of the corresponding US level, ranking Japan no higher than eighteenth 42 among the twenty-four nations comprising the OECD. Over the 1970s, however, Japan increased its growth pace relative to the other leading industrial nations with its scale of per-capita GDP and its ranking steadily climbing among the OECD states. In 1984 its per-capita GDP had broken the $10,000 mark, placing Japan alongside the leading West European countries in terms of sheer scale.

GHQ sought to alleviate shortages in post-war Japan by using its military budget to provide assistance under the Government Appropriation for Relief in Occupied Areas (GARlOA) system. The main items supplied under this system were foodstuffs, fertilisers, petroleum and pharmaceuticals. GHQ also provided reconstruction funds under the Economic Rehabilitation Account in Occupied Areas (EROA) system. These funds were used mainly to purchase raw cotton, minerals, raw materials and machinery. 9 billion.

Capital spending As to the share of capital investment during the initial period of rapid growth in the late 1950s, the primary industry accounted for 20% of the total, compared with shares of about 40% each for both the secondary and tertiary industries. 0% in 1961. By sub-industry, the metal and machinery industries expanded their capital spending at an annual rate of around 30% between 1965 and 1970. The share of total capital spending attributable to the electrical machinery and transportation equipment fields has risen since the beginning of the 1980s.

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