Why has Japan’s economy been staggering? A competitiveness perspective

  title={Why has Japan’s economy been staggering? A competitiveness perspective},
  author={Jimmyn Parc},
  journal={Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal},
  • Jimmyn Parc
  • Published 16 July 2018
  • Economics
  • Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal
Purpose Once one of the most prominent economies in the world, Japan is currently suffering from economic stagnancy. To revitalize the economy effectively, the core problems of Japan and its economy need to be first identified. This paper aims to understand accurately what the fundamental reasons are for Japan’s current economic stagnancy. Design/methodology/approach The generalized double diamond model, which is an extension of Porter’s original diamond model is used to incorporate… 
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