Takatoshi Ito discusses modifying the existing international financial architecture to accommodate the emergence of Asia.
Ikuko Fueda-Samikawa discusses whether the Fiscal Theory of the Price Level (FTPL) can be an effective way for Japan to escape deflation.
This workshop brings together 20 researchers to discuss issues relating to regional trade, managing bilateral economic and diplomatic relations, and the state of East Asia’s regional architecture.
Experts discuss innovation policies, intellectual property regimes, and prospects for reform.
Professor Haruaki Hirota discusses the spatial spillover effect and the free-rider problem among neighbouring municipalities, and uses the example of the local public library service in Japan to investigate whether or not municipal mergers could help solve the problem.
This year’s Update will focus on key areas including the state of the economy, Japan’s politics, and foreign policy.
Professor Haruaki Hirota talks on the fiscal effect of municipal mergers with quasi-experimental evidence from Japanese municipal data.
In this forum a panel of leading experts will discuss the state of Japan’s economy, politics and innovation policy.
This two-day conference brings together specialists from Australia, Japan, and around the globe to present on Japan’s finance and macroeconomics.
Professor Shujiro Urata discusses the implications of the TPP for Japan’s economy and regional economic relations.