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Japan: 10 Years Later

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Wed, 10 Jul 2013

In early 2004, my colleague Eric Meermann and I  co-wrote an article examining a recent stock market jump in Japan. We asked whether a real recovery was taking place, and concluded that it probably wasn’t. Almost 10 years have passed since we wrote the article. Times have changed. Eric and I are no

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