OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 1996
Date de publication
01 jan 1996
; 9789264153417 (imprimé)
OECD's 1996 Economic Survey of Japan examines monetary and fiscal policies, proress in deregulation, implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy, and corporate governance.
Assessment and recommendations
I. Recent trends and prospects
-The recovery is gaining momentum...
-The short-term outlook: will private sector demand take over?
II. Monetary and fiscal policies
-The health of the banking system
III. Progress in deregulation
-Progress since 1995
-The revised programme of March 1996
-Trade issues between Japan and the United States
-Priorities for further deregulation
IV. Implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy
-Labour market and employment performance
-Recent policy initiatives
-Assessment and scope for further action
V. Corporate governance: a system in evolution
-Why does corporate governance matter?
-How does corporate governance differ in Japan?
-The impact of the existing governance system on companies
-Looking into the future
-I. The effectiveness of fiscal policy in Japan in recent years
-II.. Chronology of main economic events
Statistical annex and structural indicators