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Politics, Bureaucracies, and Financial Markets: Bank Entry into Commercial Paper Underwriting in the United States and Japan (with David G. Litt, Geoffrey P. Miller and Edward L. Rubin), 139 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 369 (1990)

Abstract

Americans writing about Japan seem to fall into two camps: those who think the Japanese act according to very different rules than Americans, so that the apparent similarities between the two peoples actually mask deep cultural differences; and those who think that the Japanese and the Americans are really rather similar, so that the obvious cultural differences cover more deep-rooted continuities.

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1990

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