As Japan awakes to a new government, the question of monetary easing is certain to take center stage in policy discussion.
No less than U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, back in 2000 when he was professor of economics at Princeton University, lectured Japan on the role of monetary policy in combating deflation and spurring growth.
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