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Vol.4, No.2 / October 1986
Vol.4, No.1 / April 1986

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Vol.4, No.2 / October 1986

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Philp P. Turner Savings, Investment and the Current Accout: An Empirical Study of Seven Major Countries 1965-84
Munehisa Kasuya Economies of Scope: Theory and Application to Banking
Michael Dotsey Japanese Monetary Policy, a Comparative Analysis
Allan H. Meltzer Lessons from the Experience of Japan and the United States under Fixed and Fluctuating Exchange Rates
Yoshio Suzuki A comparative Study of Financial Innovation, Deregulation and Reform in Japan and the United States


Vol.4, No.1 / April 1986

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Masahiro Kuroda
Takashi Kaneko
Economies of Scale and Lending Behavior in the Banking Industry
Kunio Okina Relationship between Money Stock and Real Output in the Japanese Economy
-Survey on the Empirical Tests of the LSW Proposition
Sadao Naniwa Trend Estimation via Smoothness Priors-State Space Modeling

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