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Japan 2019: Feast or Famine
February 07, 2019

Japan 2019: Feast or Famine

By Anthony Fensom
Economist Jesper Koll on what to expect from Abenomics and Japan's economy in 2019.

Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
September 23, 2018

Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship

By David Baran
Corporate governance has a long way to go in Japan.
After the Presidential Election, What Next for Abe and the LDP?
September 23, 2018

After the Presidential Election, What Next for Abe and the LDP?

By Thisanka Siripala
After a sweeping victory against a rival LDP member, Abe secures a new 3 year term as party leader -- and prime minister.

Japan and Norway: Elevated Economic, Geopolitical and Gender Equality Cooperation on the Horizon
February 16, 2018

Japan and Norway: Elevated Economic, Geopolitical and Gender Equality Cooperation on the Horizon

By Wrenn Yennie Lindgren and Petter Y. Lindgren
Bilateral ties between Tokyo and Oslo are set to converge, with multiple areas for cooperation.

Japan GDP Growth: Partying Like It’s 1989?
February 14, 2018

Japan GDP Growth: Partying Like It’s 1989?

By Anthony Fensom
Japan is on its longest economic growth spurt since the 1980s.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: 5 Years and Counting
December 26, 2017

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: 5 Years and Counting

By Sheila Smith
From economics to defense to politics, the Abe government has changed Japan.

Japan Election Victory Gives Abe Mandate For Reform
October 23, 2017

Japan Election Victory Gives Abe Mandate For Reform

By Anthony Fensom
The ruling coalition scores a two-thirds majority in the Lower House elections.
The Story of How Japanese Politics Got Shaken Up in 2017
October 03, 2017

The Story of How Japanese Politics Got Shaken Up in 2017

By Ankit Panda
The stakes in Japan's October 2017 are high, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeking a new mandate to handle North Korea.

Abe Dissolves the Diet, Snap Elections Set for October
September 28, 2017

Abe Dissolves the Diet, Snap Elections Set for October

By Zachary Torrey
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is capitalizing on his recently higher approval ratings to renew his party's mandate.

Tokyo Global Financial Center Under the Spotlight Again
September 26, 2017

Tokyo Global Financial Center Under the Spotlight Again

By Sayuri Shirai
What does Japan need to do to make Tokyo a true global financial center?

No Rest For Reform As Japan’s Economy Surges Ahead
August 16, 2017

No Rest For Reform As Japan’s Economy Surges Ahead

By Anthony Fensom
Tokyo beat growth expectations last quarter -- scoring a sixth straight quarter of growth. But there's more work to do.
Abenomics Back On Track as Japan's Abe Marks Longevity Record
June 06, 2017

Abenomics Back On Track as Japan's Abe Marks Longevity Record

By Anthony Fensom
2017 could mark a turning point for the prime minister's signature economic reform policy.

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