Economic Development and Small Businesses in Japan\(^1\)

Because of World War II, Japan’s economy lost the majority of its industrial production force. Japan, on the other hand, saw fast economic expansion from 1955 onwards, eventually joining the group of the world’s most developed countries in the early

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A Methodological Exploration for Estimating Economic Effectiveness of Economic Infrastructure

Economic development necessitates the construction of economic infrastructure. To this purpose, the theoretical underpinning for measuring the efficacy of economic infrastructure must be revealed, as well as the methodology for estimating the effectiveness must be established. There have been a

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Tourism and Development in the Senian Context in Aruba: Does It Help or Hurt SIDS?

Since the closure of its oil refinery in 1986 and the recognition of Aruba’s status within the Dutch Kingdom, tourism development has been a vital role in the island’s economic growth. Many tiny island independent states and those classified as

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