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2010年09月13日

KEIZAI SOCIETY U.S. - JAPAN BUSINESS FORUM

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KEIZAI SOCIETY U.S. - JAPAN BUSINESS FORUM
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不況からの脱出

パネリスト:

Daniel Okimoto
Director-Emeritus, Shorenstein APARC
FSI Senior Fellow and Professor of Political Science (former), Stanford University

Keitaro Matsuda
Senior Vice President, Director of Economic Research for Union Bank

Hirofumi Takinami
Visiting Fellow, Shorenstein APARC, Stanford University
Visiting Scholar, Policy Research Institute of the Ministry of Finance, Japan

2010年9月28日(火)
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イベント: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
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イベントの概略

この経済不況の中、我々は今どこにいて、どこに向かっているのでしょうか?
今回の経済ソサイエティは、「不況からの脱出」というトピックについて、
個性的で洞察力のある3人のパネリストに語っていただきます。現在、世界経済
の根底には、楽観的、悲観的な様々な事象があります。このイベントは、不況を
回復をするために、経済コミュニティの前に横たわる重要な手がかりについて
考えさせられるものになるでしょう。

Daniel Okimoto氏は、現在の不況にどう対処するべきかということを、日米両
国での国内および国際的な観点から語っていただきます。「二番底」不況は何
が危険なのでしょうか?経済展望の中で、何が悪いことの前兆と考えられるの
でしょうか?公共政策当局者が今よりもっと経済を悪化させたり平滑化させた
りするとしたら、何があるのでしょうか?日米両国とも、国内で経済を回復さ
せようと、様々な政治的、経済的挑戦をしています。ではこれら二国はどこに
向かっているのでしょうか?

Keitaro Matuda氏は、現在は景気後退のどの位置にいるのか? 今後の考えられ
る展望はどのようなものなのか?といったテーマについて語っていただきます。
希望がもてる要因はあるのでしょうか?「二番底」不況を避けるにはどうすれ
ばいいのでしょうか?米国やその他の国の政府は、「二番底」を避けて順調に
経済回復を促すために、どのような手順を踏むのでしょうか?我々はこの経済
恐慌から、金融危機というのは世界の国々に非常に早く伝わるものであるとい
うことを学びました。この経済危機から我々自身を救い出し、未来もこういう
事態が起こらないようにするにはどうすればいいでしょうか?

Hirofumi Takinami氏は、1997年と2008年に起こった経済危機について、日本と
米国の反応の違いについて語っていただきます。特に、金融危機に取り組むた
めの金融機関への救済策の中で、何が命運をわけるのでしょうか?世界の二大
経済大国を襲った経済危機の経験から、何が読み取れるのでしょうか?

経済ソサイエティの2010年のテーマは「Catch the Next Wave ? New Opportunities
for 2010」です。このフォーラムは、世界経済がどのように不況から回復し、
次の波にのり、そして、次々にやってくる新しいチャンスを掴むのかに焦点を
当てて開催しています。名刺をたくさんお持ちになり、イベントの参加者と名
刺を交換してください。苦境の時期は、ネットワークや助け合いが重要です。
Next Waveの力を拡散するために、このメールを知り合いの方に転送してください。


Daniel Okimoto is a senior fellow of FSI, director emeritus of Shorenstein
APARC, and a professor of political science at Stanford University. His
fields of research include comparative political economy, Japanese politics,
U.S.-Japan relations, high technology, economic interdependence in Asia, and
international security. During his 25-year tenure at Stanford, Okimoto has
served as a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Northeast
Asia-United States Forum on International Policy, the predecessor
organization to Shorenstein APARC, within CISAC. He has also taught at the
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, the Stockholm School of Economics,
and the Stanford Center in Berlin. In 1976, Okimoto co-founded Shorenstein
APARC. He has also been vice chairman of the Japan Committee of the National
Research Council at the National Academy of Sciences, and of the Advisory
Council of the Department of Politics at Princeton University. He received
his BA in history from Princeton University, MA in East Asian studies from
Harvard University, and PhD in political science from the University of
Michigan. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including
Between MITI and the Market: Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology;
co-editor, with Takashi Inoguchi, of The Political Economy of Japan:
International Context; and co-author, with Thomas P. Rohlen, of A United
States Policy for the Changing Realities of East Asia: Toward a New Consensus.


Keitaro Matsuda is Director of Economic Research for Union Bank, a full-service
commercial bank headquartered in San Francisco, California. He is the only bank
economist based in the state. Mr. Matsuda monitors economic trends and
developments for Union Bank management and customers, primarily focusing on the
economies of California and the Pacific Northwest. He also tracks economic
trends in Asia and the Pacific. Mr. Matsuda has more than 20 years of experience
in the United States with Union Bank and its parent company, The Bank of
Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Limited (BTMU). He is a member of the Economic Advisory
Committee for the American Bankers Association. Mr. Matsuda received his MBA
from Stanford University, and an undergraduate degree from the University of
Tokyo. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. UnionBanCal Corporation is a
financial holding company with assets of $85 billion at March 31, 2010. Its
primary subsidiary, Union Bank, had 397 banking offices in California, Oregon,
Washington and Texas and two international offices as of May 10, 2010.
UnionBanCal Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of BTMU, and is a member of
the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, one of the world’s largest financial
organizations.


Hirofumi Takinami is a Visiting Fellow, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center,
Stanford University as well as a Visiting Scholar, Policy Research Institute,
Ministry of Finance, Japan (MOF). He is former Director of the MOF. After
joining the MOF in 1994, Takinami held many positions in the Japanese government
including policy coordination and management positions such as: Deputy Cabinet
Counsellor in charge of coordinating domestic and economic policies at the
Cabinet Secretariat (i.e. the Prime Minister’s House), Director of Office for
Planning on Personal Management, and Deputy Budget Examiner on social security
expenditures at the MOF. In addition to such positions related to domestic
policy, he has also worked on international issues, attending meetings as one of
Japanese delegation, including Ministerial-level meetings of APEC (Asia-Pacific
Economic Cooperation) and ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting) etc. While dispatched to
the Ministry of Justice, he served as Special Advisory Staff to the
Director-General of Criminal Affairs Bureau, addressing international economic
crimes. Takinami graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1994, earning his
Bachelor of Laws. In his first dispatch to the US by MOF, he received his Master
of Public Policy from the University of Chicago in 1998, with a major in finance
and public finance. He holds a US CPA (Certified Public Accountant). Reflecting
his wide range of working experience, Takinami’s publications cover various
issues including the reform of special accounts system of the Japanese national
budget and the international treaty against computer crime. Takinami was born
and raised in Ono, Fukui, the prefecture next to Kyoto, known for producing many
CEO’s in Japan. He is proud of inheriting the virtues “diligence, honesty and
gratitude” of this snowy country.

Keizai Society wishes to thank its sponsors:

Intrax Cultural Exchange
Tazan International
Fenwick & West
USAsia Venture Partners
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Union Bank
ZL Technologies
Sun Bridge

投稿者 Editor : 2010年09月13日 22:47



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