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Japan’s Cheap Money Era May Be Ending
January 30, 2017

Japan’s Cheap Money Era May Be Ending

By Anthony Fensom
Japan is hopeful about the prospects of long-hoped-for inflation rates in the Year of the Rooster.
Asia’s New Year Resolutions for 2017
January 03, 2017

Asia’s New Year Resolutions for 2017

By Anthony Fensom
Suggested goals for Asia's major economies in the new year.

Groundhog Day in Japan
December 16, 2016

Groundhog Day in Japan

By Markus Winter
What to expect after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s term extension as leader of Japan’s ruling party.

Crime Among Japan's Elderly and Labor Productivity
November 23, 2016

Crime Among Japan's Elderly and Labor Productivity

By Ankit Panda
The phenomenon may be suggestive of an underlying economic opportunity for Japan.

The Great De-Privatization: From Japan Inc. to Inc. Japan
August 05, 2016

The Great De-Privatization: From Japan Inc. to Inc. Japan

By Markus Winter
Driven by quantitative easing, the ownership structure of Japan’s stock market is undergoing fundamental change.
A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?
July 24, 2016

A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?

By Anthony Fensom
The BOJ is determined to reverse the recent strengthening of Japan’s currency.

Interview: Weak Japan Opposition Loses Ground
July 20, 2016

Interview: Weak Japan Opposition Loses Ground

By Anthony Fensom
An interview with Donna Weeks on Japan's election result and its implications for the future of Japanese politics.
Japan and the West’s Crisis of Confidence
July 19, 2016

Japan and the West’s Crisis of Confidence

By Ben Rimland
Japan has largely escaped the wave of turmoil gripping the West. Can it take advantage of the chance to lead?

Japan’s Elections: A Vote For Abenomics
July 13, 2016

Japan’s Elections: A Vote For Abenomics

By Anthony Fensom
The prime minister wins a mandate on further reforms. Can he deliver?

Japan Election Results: It's the Economy, Abe
July 12, 2016

Japan Election Results: It's the Economy, Abe

By Mina Pollmann
After a big victory by the ruling coalition, all eyes turn toward the potential for economic reforms.

A Big Win for Japan's Ruling Coalition: Main Takeaways
July 12, 2016

A Big Win for Japan's Ruling Coalition: Main Takeaways

By Yuki Tatsumi
What the results of Japan's Upper House elections tells us about the state of Japanese politics.
Ruling Coalition Sweeps Japan Upper House Elections, Putting Constitutional Reform in Reach
July 11, 2016

Ruling Coalition Sweeps Japan Upper House Elections, Putting Constitutional Reform in Reach

By Ankit Panda
The latest election affirms Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's political dominance in Japan.

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