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Global imbalances and the development of capital flows among Asian countries

by: Yoshino, Naoyuki.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2012.
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From window guidance to interbank rates: tracing the transition of monetary policy in Japan and China

by: Angrick, Stefan (Author); Yoshino, Naoyuki (Author)
Helsinki: Bank of Finland, BOFIT Institute for Economies in Transition, 2018
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Postal savings and fiscal investment in Japan: the PSS and the FILP

by: Cargill, Thomas F.; Yoshino, Naoyuki (Author)
Oxford [u.a.]: Oxford University Press, 2003
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Fintech for Asian SMEs

by: Nemoto, Naoko, (Editor); Yoshino, Naoyuki, (Editor)
Tokyo : ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK INSTITUTE, 2019.
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Land acquisition in Asia: towards a sustainable policy framework

by: Yoshino, Naoyuki.; Paul, Saumik.
Singapore : Springer Verlag, Singapore : [distributor] Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG : [distributo...
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Hometown investment trust funds: a stable way to supply risk capital

by: Yoshino, Naoyuki.; Kaji, Sahoko.
Tokyo : Springer Verlag, Japan : [distributor] Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG : [distributor] CoInf...
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Financial inclusion, financial stability and income inequality : introduction

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Exchange rate policy in the Pacific : an evaluation of currency basket regimes

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Dynamic effects of changes in the exchange rate system

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Causes and remedies of the Japan's long-lasting recession : lessons for China

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Decline in Oil Prices and the Negative Interest Rate Policy in Japan

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Optimal Credit Guarantee Ratio for Asia

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Analysis of credit ratings for sSmall and medium-sized enterprises : evidence from Asia

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International comparison of bubbles and bubble indicators

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The sovereign debt crisis: why Greece, but not Japan?

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Comment on "Estimating non-Keynesian effects for Japan"

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Comment on “Estimating Non-Keynesian Effects for Japan” : Comment: Comment

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