Abe's arrows still missing the mark

Professor Nobumasa Akiyama, Hitotsubashi University, reviews the major political and economic achievements of the Abe government in 2015.

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Abe's arrows still missing the mark

Japan's Abenomics bumps along

Professor Hugh Patrick, Columbia University, discusses progress with Abenomics so far and the prospects for future economic growth in Japan.

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Japan's Abenomics bumps along

Will Japan's corporate governance reform work?

Bruce Greenwald, Columbia Business School, assesses the likely impact of the new corporate governance code adopted as part of Abenomics, stressing that corporate culture has more influence on corporate behaviour than formal governance rules.

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Will Japan's corporate governance reform work?

Has Japan's corporate governance reform worked?

Masao Nakamura, University of British Columbia and Keio University, discusses the extent to which corporate governance reforms in Japan have been successful.

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Has Japan's corporate governance reform worked?

Latest AJRC Working Paper No 3/2015

The AJRC has recently published the third working paper for 2015 in the AJRC Working Paper series, ‘Trends in Stock-Bond Correlations’ by Harumi Ohmi and Tatsuyoshi Okimoto.

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Latest AJRC Working Paper No 3/2015

Sino–Japanese economic embrace is warm enough to thaw the politics

Crawford School's Dr Shiro Armstrong highlights the extent of economic interdependence between Japan and China.

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Sino–Japanese economic embrace is warm enough to thaw the politics

The Australia - Japan Research Centre

The Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) conducts research to explore and improve understanding of the economies and economic policy processes in Australia and Japan and both countries' strategic interests in the Asia Pacific economy. Its policy-oriented areas of interest cover developments in regional economic cooperation and integration and encompass research on trade, finance, macroeconomics and structural and regulatory reform, as well as international economic relations. Dr Shiro Armstrong and Professor Ippei Fujiwara are the Co-Directors and Associate Professor Tatsuyoshi Okimoto is the Research Director of the AJRC.

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AJRC working paper series
Australia and Japan in the Region Forum

Volume 4, Number 1,
January 2016

Abe’s arrows still missing the mark
By Nobumasa Akiyama

Volume 3, Number 12,
December 2015

Japan’s Abenomics bumps along
By Hugh Patrick

Volume 3, Number 11,
November 2015

Will Japan's corporate governance reform work?
By Bruce Greenwald

Volume 3, Number 10,
October 2015

Has Japan’s corporate governance reform worked?
By Masao Nakamura

Volume 3, Number 9,
September 2015

Sino–Japanese economic embrace is warm enough to thaw the politics
By Shiro Armstrong

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