Unconventional Monetary Policy (2/5): Japan

Unconventional Monetary Policy (2/5): Japan

Japan became one of the world's largest, strongest and fastest growing economies in the decades after World War II, but this took a turn in the second half of the 1980s. Tim discusses this period as a valuable case study of what central banks should not do to battle severe economic distress.

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