Jointly supported by Rokko Forum
|Date & Time||Moday, Septemner 6, 2021, 10:30am - 12:00pm|
|Place||Online Seminar by Zoom
|Intended Audience||Faculty, Graduate Students, and People with Equivalent Knowledge|
|Remarks||Please complete the registration before August 31. Meeting URL will be informed later.
Registration Form (Due: August 31)
- The Japanese Economy in the 2010s
- Linus YAMANE（Pitzer College）
- The Japanese economy made limited progress in the 2010s. Only in comparison to the "lost 20 years," the economic performance "felt" like a relief. The public sector took on enormous risks during the decade because the private sector would not. The government pushed monetary policy and fiscal policy to the limit with only a modicum of success because aggregate supply constraints were more significant than aggregate demand constraints. Japan now faces "secular stagnation" with very limited policy options.