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The Japanese main bank system : its relevance for developing and transforming economies / edited Masahiko Aoki, Hugh Patrick

Secondary Author Aoki, Masahiko
Patrick, Hugh
Country Estados Unidos. Publication Oxford : Oxford University Press, imp. 2002 Description XXXII, 651 p. : 651 p. ; 24 cm ISBN 0-19-828899-9 CDU 336.7(520)
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

* Gives a definitive description and analysis of the main bank system* Strong contributors* Understudied subject* Incorporates results of a major World Bank research programme* Balances institutional description with financial theory and empirical analysisThis volume looks at systems of corporate finance, concentrating on the Japanese main bank system. The remaining chapters describe different systems, assessing to what extent the Japanese system can serve as a model for developing market economies and transforming socialist economies.The basic characteristics of the main bank system are examined here, its roots, development, and its role in the heyday of its rapid growth. The volume looks at how the system has performed and at its strengths and weaknesses. It goes on to look at how the system has changed and what itsapproprate role is as deregulation, liberalization, and internationalization of Japan's financial markets have proceeded over the past two decades and a new issue securities market has emerged.A basic conclusion of the book is that banking-based systems are in most cases the most appropriate for industrial financing until a rather late stage of a country's economic and financial development. It aims to identify the conditions under which banks are better able that securites marketinstitutions to evaluate the credit worthiness of borrowers and the viability of new projects, to monitor the ongoing performance of firms, and to rescue or liquidate firms in distress.Contributors: Masahiko Aoki, Theodor Baums, V.V.Bhatt, John Campbell, Yasushi Hamao, Toshihiro Horiuchi, Takeo Hoshi, Anil Kashyap, Dong-Wong Kim, Gary Loveman, Sang-Woo Nam, Frank Packer, Hugh Patrick, Yingyi Qian, Mark Ramseyer, Clark Reynolds, Satoshi Sunamura, Paul Sheard, Juro Teranishi,Kazuo Ueda,

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • the Japanese Main Bank System (p. i)
  • The Japanese Main Bank System (p. iii)
  • List of Figures (p. vii)
  • List of Tables (p. viii)
  • Foreword (p. xiii)
  • Acknowledgements (p. xv)
  • Contributors (p. xvii)
  • Introduction (p. xxi)
  • Part I the Japanese Main Bank System (p. 1)
  • References (p. 48)
  • 2 Loan Syndication in War-Time Japan and the Origins of the Main Bank System (p. 51)
  • Chapter 2 Appendix (p. 81)
  • References (p. 87)
  • 3 Institutional and Regulatory Frameworks for the Main Bank System (p. 89)
  • References (p. 108)
  • 4 Monitoring Characteristics of the Main Bank System: an Analytical and Developmental View (p. 109)
  • References (p. 140)
  • 5 the Role of Long-Term Credit Banks Within the Main Bank System (p. 142)
  • References (p. 184)
  • 6 Main Banks and the Governance of Financial Distress (p. 188)
  • Appendix (p. 213)
  • 7 Explicit Reasons for Implicit Contracts: the Legal Logic to the Japanese Main Bank System (p. 231)
  • References (p. 254)
  • 8 the Effect of Firm Status on Banking Relationships and Loan Syndication (p. 258)
  • References (p. 293)
  • 9 the Development of Main Bank Managerial Capacity (p. 295)
  • References (p. 324)
  • References (p. 349)
  • Part II the Comparative Context: Relevance for Developing and Transforming Economies (p. 351)
  • 11 the Relevance of Japanese Finance and Its Main Bank System (p. 353)
  • References (p. 407)
  • 12 the German Banking System and Its Impact on Corporate Finance and Governance (p. 409)
  • Appendix (p. 491)
  • 14 the Lead Bank Systems in India (p. 494)
  • References (p. 522)
  • 15 the Reprivatization of Banking in Mexico (p. 524)
  • References (p. 550)
  • 16 Financial System Reform in China: Lessons from Japan's Main Bank System (p. 552)
  • References (p. 630)
  • Index of Authors (p. 635)

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Masahiko Aoki is Professor of Economics, Stanford and Kyoto Universities. Hugh Patrick is a Professor at Columbia University Business School.

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