Edward Lincoln - Council on Foreign Relations
Japan has experienced a prolonged period of slow growth, deflation, and other economic ills since the early 1990s. Economists agree on the basics of what has happened, but substantial disputes continue over the fundamental causes. Are Japan’s troubles just a series of macroeconomic policy blunders, or have structural problems in the economy played a role?
Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Edward Lincoln will explore these and other topics concerning Japan’s economic performance.