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Understanding Japan’s Disasters

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Thu, 24 Mar 2011

This article was originally published on  Project Syndicate on March 23, 2011. As we all struggle to comprehend the economic and financial impact of Japan’s calamity, it is tempting to seek historical analogies for guidance. Indeed, many have been quick to cite the aftermath of the terrible 1995 Ko

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