Institutional Variety in East Asia
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Institutional Variety in East Asia

Formal and Informal Patterns of Coordination

Edited by Werner Pascha, Cornelia Storz and Markus Taube

This illuminating book broadly addresses the emerging field of ‘diversity of capitalism’ from a comparative institutional approach. It explores the varied patterns for achieving coordination in different economic systems, applying them specifically to China, Japan and South Korea. These countries are of particular interest due to the fact that they are often considered to have developed their own peculiar blend of models of capitalism.
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Chapter 10: Japan’s Silver Market: Creating a New Industry under Uncertainty

Cornelia Storz and Werner Pascha

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10. Japan’s silver market: creating a new industry under uncertainty* Cornelia Storz and Werner Pascha 10.1 INTRODUCTION It has often been asked whether today’s Japan will be able to move into new and promising industries, or whether it is locked ...

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