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    • My Vision for Japan's Economic Future: Sustainable Growth Through Structural Reform
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      My Vision for Japan's Economic Future: Sustainable Growth Through Structural Reform

      Tuesday, October 1, 2013

      The policies of the Abe administration collectively known as "Abenomics" have gained worldwide attention; however, concerns remain over the lack of a definitive exit strategy for the future. In this lecture, the Honorable Yoshihiko Noda, former Prime Minister of Japan, discusses his thoughts on the future of the Japanese economy and a non-partisan approach to resolving these important policy issues. Start Video
    • Where does the Future of Investments Lie? Ray Dalio on the Japanese & World Economies
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      Where does the Future of Investments Lie? Ray Dalio on the Japanese & World Economies

      Friday, September 6, 2013

      Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, anticipated both the 2008 financial crisis and the European debt crisis and has been at the forefront of developing risk parity financial models that can thrive in spite of this uncertainty. In this lecture, Mr. Dalio shares his thoughts on the Japanese and World Economies. Start Video
    • The Growth Strategy of Abenomics: An Inside View of the Third Arrow
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      The Growth Strategy of Abenomics: An Inside View of the Third Arrow

      Friday, June 28, 2013

      Abenomics’ test lies in whether it can provide a growth strategy to encourage private investment. How can Japan break free from two decades lost to stagnation and begin achieving real economic growth with Abenomics? In this program, Yasutoshi Nishimura, Senior Vice Minister for Economic and Fiscal Policy at the Cabinet Office, gives an inside view of the growth strategy, including its bold regulatory reforms. Start Video
    • Japan's Sustainable Growth Strategy
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      Japan's Sustainable Growth Strategy

      Wednesday, May 22, 2013

      In this special lecture, Kenichiro Sasae, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the United States of America, speaks about the roles Japan and America should play in East Asia, and gives his views on Japan’s sustainable growth strategy for the future.
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    • Lessons at the Zero Bound
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      Lessons at the Zero Bound

      Tuesday, May 21, 2013

      William C. Dudley discusses the ways in which  the US and Japan have, in recent years, grappled with the challenges of operating monetary policy at the zero bound following a major financial crisis. What have we learned, and what are we still learning? Start Video
    • Challenges to Building Stability on the Korean Peninsula: A Talk with Ambassador Glyn Davies
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      Challenges to Building Stability on the Korean Peninsula: A Talk with Ambassador Glyn Davies

      Thursday, May 9, 2013

      Ambassador Glyn Davies, the U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Policy, speaks on U.S. diplomacy toward North Korea in the wake of North Korea’s December 2012 missile launch, February 2013 nuclear test, and recent bellicose rhetoric. Start Video
    • Abenomics: Could This Time Be Different?
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      Abenomics: Could This Time Be Different?

      Tuesday, April 23, 2013

      Will Abenomics be the lasting salve for Japan’s economic woes, or will it be just another short-term fix? In this corporate luncheon, Paul Sheard of Standard & Poor’s and Citi's Nathan Sheets offer their observations and analysis of Abenomics and Japan’s economy after the appointment of the Bank of Japan’s new Governor and Vice-Governors.
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    • Tokyo’s Place in the World: Through the Eyes of Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose
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      Tokyo’s Place in the World: Through the Eyes of Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose

      Monday, April 15, 2013

      The Honorable Naoki Inose, Governor of Tokyo, discusses Japan’s future, his efforts to increase business and economic development, and what Tokyo can offer in its bid for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Start Video
    • The Rewards of Taking Risks in the Age of Innovation
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      The Rewards of Taking Risks in the Age of Innovation

      Friday, March 8, 2013

      Sir Howard Stringer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sony Corporation, will discuss the importance of encouraging a culture of risk-taking in an age when technology and globalization is putting a premium on rapid innovation Start Video
    • An Evening with Maurice Greenberg:<br />The AIG Story
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      An Evening with Maurice Greenberg:
      The AIG Story

      Monday, February 25, 2013

      Maurice R. Greenberg offers a first-hand account of AIG's pioneering of open markets and offers critical perspectives on many issues, such as the company's battles with N.Y. Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and the U.S. government's seizure of AIG amid the financial crises of 2008.
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