Issues in Global Business is a single-volume reference that offers relevant perspectives and explains impacts of current events such as COVID-19, Brexit, and immigration across industries and regions. Topics covered include the on-demand economy, global manufacturing, Bitcoin, data security, and more. Coupled with a comprehensive overview of the business landscape around the world by Dr. Mamoun Benmamoun, an assistant professor at the Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis University, this book provides students with the essential information they need to assess business practices through an international lens.
Chapter 6: Doing Business with Japan: Can Abenomics and a “third opening” revive the economy?
Doing Business with Japan: Can Abenomics and a “third opening” revive the economy?
From SAGE Business Researcher, October 12, 2015
Since the late 1980s, Japan’s economy has struggled to overcome years of recession and punishing price deflation, plus a declining population and aging citizenry. Among the forces pushing against these head winds: a small but growing group of entrepreneurs who are trying to bring creativity and energy to the economy, and the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which is attempting to spark growth through “Abenomics” and a “third opening” consisting of free trade. Reviews of these efforts are mixed, but many experts agree Abenomics is ...