2 edition of Estimates of long term economic statistics of Japan since 1868 found in the catalog.
Estimates of long term economic statistics of Japan since 1868
by Toyo Keizai Shinposha
Written in English
|Statement||edited by K. Ohkawa, M. Shinohara, M. Umemura. [Vol.]7, Government expenditure, by K. Emi, Y. Shionoya.|
|Contributions||Shinohara, M., Umemura, M., Emi, K. Shionoya, Y.|
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May 01, · 1 Shinohara, Miyohei, Kōkō-Gyō (Manufacturing and mining), vol. 10 of Chōki Keizai Tōkei (Estimates of long-term economic statistics of Japan since Cited by: May 11, · See Rosovsky, Henry, “Japan's Transition to Modern Economic Growth, –,” in Rosovsky, Henry, editor, Industrialization in Two Systems: Essays in Honor of Alexander Gerschenkron (New York: Wiley, ), pp.
91 – See also Ohkawa and Rosovsky, “A Century of Japanese Growth,” pp. 47–Cited by: Jul 18, · Book Reviews; Chronologies; Dictionaries; While there are significant differences in the statistics made available in the United States and Japan, most of the statistics provided by the Japanese government can be found on the internet.
Chōki keizai tōkei = Estimates of Long-Term Economic Statistics of Japan Since 長期経済 Author: Kristina Troost. bashi University, based upon new estimates of agricultural and indus trial production and other important data.
The new estimates will ap pear, as have already appeared some of the underlying data, in the thir-teen-volume series Estimates of Long-Term Economic Statistics of Japan Since (Tokyo, and later), hereafter referred to as Author: James William Morley.
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Cited by: 2. 2 Introduction Quantitative profiles of Japan’s economic development have been delineated by reference to the volume series of Long-term Economic Statistics of Japan since (LTES hereafter), compiled by Kazushi Ohkawa, Miyohei Shinohara and Mataji Umemura, and their associates.1 The series covers both historical national accounts and population and employment statistics.
Toukei 1: Kokumin Shotoku (Estimates of Long-Term Economic Statistics of Japan sinceVolume 1: National Income), Toyo Keizai Shinposha, For figures between andgross domestic expenditure according to the System of National Accounts (SNA); and for onward, gross domestic expenditure according to the SNA.
Mar 22, · The series entitled Estimates of Long-Term Economic Statistics of Japan Since ,(3) which they co-edited with Umemura Mataji, is still the major source of statistics for English-language writings on Japanese development, and Ohkawa and Rosovsky's book, Japanese Economic Growth (), was another of the texts widely used in university.
Note 2: Debt is measured against gross national expenditures provided in the so-called "Okawa-Takamatsu-Yamamoto estimates" (Choki Keizai Tokei: Kokumin Shotoku [Estimates of Long-Term Economic Statistics of Japan since National income] edited by Kazushi Okawa, Nobukiyo Takamatsu, and Yuzo Yamamoto) for the years through FY, against nominal gross national.
Estimates of long-term national accounts statistics of Taiwan, used in several studies of long-term economic the Meiji Restoration inand the site has had various uses since.since the age of by-employment may well have turned into the Meiji period.
Thus, the next section will briefly examine the ways in which sector-specific estimates of net output were made by the late Professor Kazushi Ohkawa and his associates for the Long-term Economic Statistics of Japan since (LTES hereafter)The Panic of was a financial crisis that triggered an economic depression in Europe and North America that lasted from untiland even longer in France and Britain.
In Britain, for example, it started two decades of stagnation known as the "Long Depression" that weakened the country's economic leadership.