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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Japan’s Economy (Based On 2014) From Macroeconomics Prospects

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr Mohammad Rafiqul Islam

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Japan, GDP, Export, Import, Economic growth, PAE, Employment, inflation, deficit.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: Japan is the world’s third largest economy. But currently economic situations of Japan are not stable. It is not increasing as expected. Since 2013 it was world second largest economy but Japan loosed its placed to China in 2014 due to slow growth of important economic indicators. By using the basic Keynesian model, we will provide a detailed analysis of the short and long run impacts of the changes for Japan’s real GDP, rate of unemployment and inflation rate. We demonstrated a detailed use of the 45-degree diagram or the AD-IA model and other economic analysis of the macroeconomic principles that underlie the model and concepts. Finally we will recommend the government with a change in fiscal policy what based on the analysis by considering what might be achieved with a fiscal policy response and the extent to which any impact on the stock of public debt might be a consideration

 

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