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October 16, 2017
A column written by Prof. Kimitaka NISHITANI appeared in the Weekly Economist (Vol.October 24, 2017, p56)
September 26, 2017
An article written by Prof. Nobuaki HAMAGUCHI appeared in Nihon Keizai Shinbun (September 26, 2017, Morning paper)
September 12, 2017
A column written by Prof. Kimitaka NISHITANI appeared in the Weekly Economist (Vol.September 19, 2017, p52)
September 1, 2017
Prof. Takahiro SATO's comment appeared in The Daily NNA India (September 1, 2017)

September 1, 2017
An article written by Prof. Nobuyoshi YAMORI appeared in Nihon Keizai Shinbun (August 29, 2017, Morning paper)

Event Schedule

November 21, 2017
14:00-
RIEB Seminar
  • Gregory JACKSON (School of Business and Economics, Free University of Berlin )
    "Short Termism as a Governance Problem: Temporal Calibration and the Double Contingency"
November 29, 2017
16:45-
Monetary Economics Seminar of Kobe University (Jointly supported by Rokko Forum)
  • Takeshi KIMURA (Bank of Japan Financial System and Bank Examination Department)
    "Financial System Report (October 2017)"

Updates

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October 27, 2017
Discussion Paper Series (English)
No.DP2017-29「New Hires' Job Satisfaction Time Trajectory」
Ralf BEBENROTH / Jose O.L. BERENGUERES
October 27, 2017
Discussion Paper Series (English)
No.DP2013-34 (Revised) "A Cross-Country Study on the Relationship between Financial Development and Earnings Management"
Masahiro ENOMOTO / Fumihiko KIMURA / Tomoyasu YAMAGUCHI
October 25, 2017
Discussion Paper Series (English)
No.DP2017-28 "How Do Accounting and Legal Experts View the Role of Regional Financial Institutions in Supporting SMEs? -Based on a 2016 Questionnaire Study of Accounting and Legal Experts-"
Nobuyoshi YAMORI / Koji YONEDA
October 24, 2017
Discussion Paper Series (English)
No.DP2015-10 (Revised) "Capital Controls, Monetary Policy, and Balance Sheets in a Small Open Economy"
Shigeto KITANO / Kenya TAKAKU
October 24, 2017
Discussion Paper Series (English)
No.DP2017-27 "Binary Collective Choice with Multiple Premises"
Masaki MIYASHITA