Japan, Abenomics, the consolidated balance sheet and nationalism

Today’s commentary
With Shinzo Abe’s radical economic policy shift now one year old, now is an appropriate time to look back and assess its effectiveness. I see results principally in the currency and asset prices and to a degree on inflation. However, it is not clear that Japan has broken out a deflationary stupor. What should we expect going forward? And what do Abe’s nationalist tendencies augur for the future? Comments below

On 20 Dec 2012, just before Japan’s move to a consolidated bala...


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