Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Koichi Hamada

Koichi Hamada, Special Economic Adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Yale University and at the University of Tokyo.

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Urban marketplace in Shanghai, China
Economics 3

China’s Planning Addiction

China’s leaders are at a crossroads. They must decide whether to continue trying to control the economy, as they did after the summer's stock-market crash, or to follow through on their promise to bui… read more

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Economics 20

The Fraught Politics of the TPP

If ratified and implemented, the just-agreed Trans-Pacific Partnership will have a monumental impact on trade and capital flows along the Pacific Rim, with massive benefits for all 12 countries involv… read more

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