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Vol.6, No.2 / November 1988
Vol.6, No.1 / May 1988

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Vol.6, No.2 / November 1988

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Yoshio Suzuki, Akio Kuroda and Hiromichi Shirakawa Monetary Control Mechanism in Japan
William D. Harrington The Developing Legal and Regulatory Status of Foreign Currency Options: A Comparative Study
Robert F. Owen The Evolution in Japan's Relative Technological Competitiveness Since the 1960s: A Cross-Sectional, Time-Series Analysis
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Vol.6, No.1 / May 1988

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John B. Taylor Japanese Macroeconomic Policy and the Current Account Under Alternative International Monetary Regimes
Paul De Grauwe The Long Swings in Real Exchange Rates
-Do They Fit into Our Theories?
Shinji Takagi On the Statistical Properties of Floating Exchange Rates: A Reassessment of Recent Experience and Literature
Adrian E. Tschoegl Foreign Banks in Japan
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