Regulatory transformation and the core executive

in Understanding governance in contemporary Japan
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This chapter undertakes a systematic analysis of the outcomes of the two case studies, drawing together the findings from the four empirical chapters. The analysis shapes the foundation on which this book sets out its core argument. The chapter first considers the nature of regulatory development in the two chosen sectors. Next there is an analysis of changing power and the core executive. The next two sections analyse specific examples that demonstrate the dominance of the core executive within the case studies: the sequence of shaping regulators and the state capacity of the Japanese regulatory state. This set of analyses is followed by an examination of the extent to which the core theme of this monograph has been corroborated.

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