$10.00 Japan's Lost Decade Economics
From 1991 through 2001, Japan experienced a period of economic stagnation and price deflation known as “Japan’s Lost Decade.” While the Japanese economy outgrew this period, it did so at a pace that was much slower than other industrialized nations. During this period, the Japanese economy suffered from both a credit crunch and a liquidity trap. Identify the lessons learned from Japan’s Lost Decade and discuss their relevance to the US economic situation in 2008–2009. Need quick help. Must be posted today...the sooner the better. Would like to have something by 1:00pm. EST. 200-300 words with references in APA format.
More than 250 words Japan Lost Decade and references
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Preview: ... low zero for most of the five years after 1997, with most of its positive real growth resulting from the technical application of GDP deflators averaging about -1.5 percent. In a deflationary economy, it is important to watch nominal, not real, GDP growth. The government of Japan persisted in believing that monetary policy was extremely accommodative because of l ...
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