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The signature element of the Abe Shinzō years is, without doubt, Abenomics. Will Abenomics survive the new prime minister, Suga Yoshihide? Or, to put it differently, will Japan survive Abenomics? For now Abenomics appears alive and well. The Bank of Japan is printing money at a breakneck pace. "Stimulus" is sloshing around everywhere. But this cannot go on forever, and so it won't. Those in Japan arguing for government intervention and economic relief are drawing from a deep political-economicdoi:10.35297/qjae.010090 fatcat:wnfblisrnndi3kj23m5azo7jiq