News & Events

Double dissolution election on the cards in Japan

12 March 2019

As early as April Abe’s horizon will have to shrink to his own backyard, where mundane events may yet force him to temper his policy ambitions.

Raising Productivity: UK economic statistics review and EBPM

4 March 2019

New RIETI article from Tatsuro Senga

How Should We Measure the Development of Artificial Intelligence Technology?

26 February 2019

RIETI Fellow Kenta Ikeuchi discusses measuring AI technology and it's development

Japan braces for economic headwinds

12 February 2019

The Japanese economy’s Goldilocks state continues, in which everything seems ‘just right’: modest but steady growth, a tight labour market, high corporate...

Negotiating political uncertainties in Japan

12 February 2019

Japan continued its longest run of economic expansion in almost three decades, registering robust growth of 1.7 per cent throughout 2017. Public opinion...

Evaluation of COP24 and Future Challenges

23 January 2019

Observations about the outcome of the COP24 and remarks on future challenges

Applicability of the Inclusive Wealth Index to Policy Making

23 January 2019

Expanding its use for social and economic policy

Sound development and growth of the economy by raising market quality

23 January 2019

Market Quality Laws and Economics

The Effect of Oil Price Fluctuations on the Japanese Economy

23 January 2019

Evidence from the stock market

Effect of Shadow Education Vouchers and the Implications for Evidence-based Policymaking

23 January 2019

In recent years, evidence-based policymaking has become widespread overseas.

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