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Japan's Executive Pay Gap

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Tags Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

08/07/2020Matthew Noyes

The highly regulated, protectionist Japanese economy, and an overall collectivist culture, leaves little room for flexibility in executive pay. This makes Japanese businesses less competitive, and work life more miserable.

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Original Article: "Japan's Executive Pay Gap​".

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Matthew Noyes

Matt works for the Japanese Conservative Union, the Japanese counterpart to the ACU, where he promotes free markets and limited government in Asia. A New Hampshire native, he is driven by a passion for liberty to take part in civic discourse and grow the freedom movement worldwide. He holds a bachelor's degree from SUNY Albany where he majored in Political Science and Japanese. He is also a columnist at Lone Conservative.

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