Population and the Japanese Economy
Longevity, Innovation, and Economic Growth
Translated by Charles Stewart
Future Titles / Business & Economics
Published by JPIC | ISBN 978-4-86658-056-2 (Hardcover) | *** pages | 210mm (h) x 148mm (w) | March ****
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About the Book
Japan where population decline is progressing and the number of workers is decreasing. While the fiscal deficit continues to expand, rural regions are in a crisis of disappearance. Isn’t the decline of the nation already inevitable? Versus such preconceptions, economics which has struggled with population issues over many years responds “No!” Innovation holds the key to economic growth, and the fact that Japan is one of the world’s leading longevity societies poses an opportunity! This book sweeps away the “population decline pessimism” that has spread throughout Japan and approaches the real issues of the Japanese economy.
About the Author
Yoshikawa Hiroshi is the president of Rissho University. He was Born in Tokyo in 1951, received his B.A. from the University of Tokyo Faculty of Economics and his Ph.D. from Yale University. He was a professor at the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Economics.
Original Japanese Edition / 原書情報
人口と日本経済 - 長寿、イノベーション、経済成長
吉川 洋 著