Comparative Analysis of Russian and Japanese Economic Policy

Publication date
Tuesday, 14.09.2004

Kiichi Mochizuki

International Conference "Transition in the CIS: Achievements and New Challenges", Moscow, September 13-14, 2004

For the past six years, since the 1998 economic crisis, stable growth at 4-7% has continued in Russia. The Putin Administration declared in its second term that to maintain this growth trend GDP would have to double by 2010 and attempts to realize a “ Great Russia” would have to be made. This goal cannot be achieved solely by depending on a market economy. Hence, it is necessary for Russia to appropriate an economic policy accommodating its unique circumstances and characteristics.



Kiichi Mochizuki
Professor Emeritus
Hokkaido University JAPAN

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