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The rule of exceptions

10 August 2017 By Edward Hadas

The country has been invalidating accepted wisdom about growth, business and finance for centuries. Its inability to push up inflation is the latest example. Some theories are valid even in Japan. Still, economists would do better if they had fewer universal rules.

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