Deregulation and the Japanese Economy


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Deregulation and the Japanese Economy
1010204Deregulation and the Japanese Economy 1998All over the world, senior bureaucrats descend from heaven. The most extreme case is not Japan, where only the top people do that. The most extreme cases are Germany and France. Every real power position in Germany is filled by a former, upper-mid-level government bureaucrat who didn't make it to the top and then becomes either the executive director of a trade association—which is compulsory in Germany and has real power—or, if you are a Social Democrat, the executive director of a trade union, with is equally compulsory and equally powerful. And France goes much further. In France, every power positi…
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Rick Wartzman: Drucker Lectures: Essential Lessons on Management, Society and Economy. Deregulation and the Japanese Economy, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export