Business & Policy

The Trump Era: Deciphering Current & Future U.S.-Japan Economic Relations

After the U.S. election, President Trump reaffirmed America’s commitment to security and economic cooperation with Japan. On the economic front, the U.S.-Japan Economic Dialogue has been formed to promote prosperity for the two countries, yet the way forward remains uncertain. Will Trump remold decades-old alliance with Japan? Will Trump link economic and trade issues with security? What lies ahead for U.S.-Japan economic ties? In this program, speakers discuss Trump’s economic policies and its impact on Japan’s economy, the progress of the high-level economic dialogue, and ways to expand opportunities for trade and investment.

Koichi Hamada, Economic Adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe; Tuntex Emeritus Professor of Economics, Yale University
Glenn Hubbard, Dean & Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics, Columbia Business School

Gerard Baker, Editor-in-Chief, The Wall Street Journal

12–12:30 PM Registration & Reception
12:30–1 PM Luncheon
1–2:15 PM Dialogue and Q&A

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