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  • NIRA Research Reports
    "NIRA Research Reports" provide in-depth analyses of important policy issues and policy proposals.

    Indexes for Recovery and Reconstruction following the Great East Japan Earthquake NEW! 
    by Recovery and Reconstruction Indexes Research Team
    pdf file(Report)  September 2011

    Why Did Japan Stop Growing? by Professor Takeo Hoshi (University of California, San Diego) and Professor Anil Kashyap (University of Chicago), January 2011
    pdf file(Summary) | (Report) | (Appendix)

    Strengthening Regional Cooperation in East Asia, NIRA, November 2010
    pdf file(Summary) | (Policy Proposal) | (English-Japanese version)

    Related article
    pdf file"COMMENTARY" Daily Yomiuri, by Motoshige Itoh, November 2, 2010.

    Is the Aging of Society a Threat to Japan? : Increasing Productivity in the Next Decade is the Key, May 2010.
    pdf file(Summary) | pdf file(Full Report)

    The Market or Welfare? -- Reconsidering the Alternatives-Socialization of Risk as the Way Forward for the Japanese Economy-, NIRA
    pdf file(Summary) May 2010

    (Outline of the report)
    pdf fileRevitalizing the Japanese Economy by Socializing Risk by Charles Yuji Horioka and
    Reiko Kanda, ISER Discussion Paper No.799, Osaka University, December 2010

    (Related article)
    pdf fileHow to fix the Japanese economy: Socialize risk using a two-pronged strategy
    by Charles Yuji Horioka, Reiko Kanda, April 22, 2010

    Asia as a Single 'Domestic Market': The Harmonization of Rules and Systems, NIRA, October 2009
    pdf file(Summary)

    Preparing for the Next Financial Crisis : Proposal for a new financial system beyond present stopgap measures, NIRA, October 2009.
    pdf file(Summary) | pdf file(Full Report)

    Abandoning the Illusion of Lifetime Employment:Towards a System of Employment tailored to Changes in the Industrial Structure (Shushin Koyo to Iu Genso wo Suteyo: Sangyo Kozo Henka ni Atta Koyo Sisutemu ni Tenkan wo), NIRA, April 2009.

    Excess Household Savings and the Necessity for a Transition from Savings to Spending (Kakei ni Nemuru "Kajo Chochiku": Kokumin Seikatsu no Shitsu no Kojo niha "Chochiku kara Shohi he" to yu Hasso ga Fukaketsu), NIRA, November 2008.

    Prospects for Statistical Reform: Towards the Sharing of Specialized and Experts-based Knowledge (Tokei Kaikaku heno Teigen: "Senmon-chi to Keiken-chi no kyoyuka" wo Mezashite), NIRA, October 2008

    Increasing Employment Risk among Non-regular Employees in the Younger GenerationsShushoku hyogaki sedai no kiwadosa: takamaru koyo risuku e do taio subekika), NIRA, April 2008.

    Scenarios for Regional Revitalization: Policy Responses to Population Decline (Chiho saisei e heno shinario:jinko gensho heno seisaku taio), NIRA, April 2008.

  • NIRA Policy Review (Published exclusively in Japanese)
    The "NIRA Policy Review" outlines essential points of policy issues and brings together expert perspectives in readily comprehensible form. Edited by Professor Motoshige Itoh, President of NIRA.

    Financial Reconstruction (NIRA Policy Review No.48, March 2011)
    by pdf fileMotoshige Itoh (NIRA), pdf fileProf. Shunpei Takemori, pdf fileProf. Seki Obata

    pdf fileGrowing Recovery Still in the Shadow of the Crisis by Paul Sheard (Global Chief Economist, Nomura Securities), January 2011

    pdf fileThe Flight of Japanese Macroeconomic Policies on one Engine: Fiscal Stimulus without Monetary Stimulus, Koichi Hamada, NIRA Policy Review No.40, July 2009.

    pdf fileThe Burden of Government Bonds on Future Generations, Tatsuo Hatta, NIRA Policy Review No.40, July 2009.

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