By IFO Institute for Economic Research Sakura Institute ofResearch Japan
The objective of this booklet is to guage appropriately fiscal improvement mechanism and to extract helpful classes from a comparability of the industrial improvement of Japan and that of Germany. The publication covers an intensive variety of monetary matters: (1) macro-economic components: capital, hard work, expertise; (2) macro-economic regulations: monetary, financial, commercial; (3) exterior shocks to either economies: oil crises, trade cost fluctuations, environmental difficulties; (4) improvement tactics of significant industries: metal, chemical compounds, and autos. The analyses with this systematic and accomplished strategy offer valuable insights for the final reader in addition to guidance for constructing international locations and for japanese eu nations in transition.
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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. One feature of the growth pattern through the late 1970s is the extremely volatile cycle of steep ups and downs. In the early 1980s the growth pace in capital spending slackened off, and the margin of fluctuation narrowed.
1) (2) (3) (4) Post-war reconstrudion phase (1945-54) High-growth phase (1955-72) Oil-shock phase (1973-84) High-yen and bubble economy phase (1985-). Gauged in terms of the rate of real GDP growth, trends in the Japanese economy roughly diverge around the point of the first oil shock (Fig. 1-1). Up until then, real annual growth averaged over 9%. 2% from the days of the Tokyo Olympics (1964) and on through the late 1960s. However, following the first oil shock, the real growth rate fell substantially at around 4-5% annually until the Heisei Recession of the early 1990s.
Third, household consumption expenditure rose at a strong pace of around 10% from 1955 to 1970, then fell back to a steady and sustained pace of 4% thereafter, until the onset of the Heisei Recession. Taking into account per-capita figures in order to exclude a factor of population increase, household consumption expenditure continued to grow by more than 7% up to 1970, and from 1970 onwards until the Heisei Recession, it remained stable at 3% or so on an annual average. Private consumption, thus, played a role in supporting the economic growth during this period.
A Comparative Analysis of Japanese and German Economic Success by IFO Institute for Economic Research Sakura Institute ofResearch Japan