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Hugh Patrick, together with Professor Yung Chul Park of Korea University, has been leading a major project on the ongoing financial development of China, Japan, and Korea. During the year they completed the editing of the book based on this project, How Finance Is Shaping the Economies of China, Japan, And Korea, which is scheduled to be published by Columbia University Press in late 2013.
Professor Patrick also continues his work on Japan’s economic performance and institutional changes. His most recent paper is "Abenomics: Japan's New Policy Package," which was included in CJEB's Occasional Paper Series. He presented this paper as a keynote speech at a lecture at the Seoul Forum for International Affairs in May 2013 as well as Stanford University's STAJE Conference in June 2013. He also made a presentation on the Trans-Pacific Partnership at Japan Society’s Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives) Roundtable in May. He was featured widely in the media, including in such outlets as Nikkei, Jiji News Bulletin and NHK’s “Project Wisdom” in Japan and National Public Radio in the U.S.
CJEB Tokyo Conference Registration Now Available
CJEB will host its Annual Tokyo Conference titled "Restoring the Japanese Economy" on Thursday, May 15, 2014 featuring two keynote speakers: Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor, Bank of Japan; Adam S. Posen, President, Peterson Institute for International Economics.Read More
Annual Report Now Available
The 2012-13 Center on Japanese Economy and Business Annual Report is now available.Read the Report
Professor Patrick Co-edits New Book
Professor Patrick has recently co-edited a book with Professor Yung Chul Park, titled How Finance is Shaping the Economies of China, Japan, and Korea.Read More
CJEB Director Featured in Wall Street Journal
CJEB Director of Research Professor David Weinstein was featured in Wall Street Journal "CPI: noise Pollution at Low Altitudes."Read More
Learn more about CJEB's work to promote knowledge of Japanese business and economics in an international context.
Calendar of Events
- The History Problem (rekishi mondai), Nationalism, and Foreign Policy Preferences in Japan: Evidence from a Survey Experiment
- Apr 08 2014 12:00PM
- How a Start-up With 4 Employees Grew to Become a Global Corporation
- Apr 10 2014 12:30PM
- How Sino-Japanese Turbulence Affects Trade Between the Two Countries
- Apr 15 2014 12:30PM
- How to Buy Japan: Private Equity in a Global Economy
- Apr 23 2014 06:00PM
- Restoring the Japanese Economy
- May 15 2014 01:15PM