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Tuesday, June 2, 2014

Date Tuesday, June 2, 2014
euforum2014euforum2014
Venue German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), Rauchstraße 17/18, 10787 Berlin, Germany
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)

TopicsThe 2nd JEF-DGAP International Conference
"How to get out of the crisis? Different approaches in Japan and the EU towards growth"

10:00-10:30am OFFICIAL WELCOMEBaron Paul von Maltzahn, Secretary General, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Kazumasa Kusaka, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

10:30-12:00am SESSION 1: MACRO-ECONOMIC POLICY"Abenomics" and Austerity Policy as a way towards Growth

Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo
Presentation
Dr. Reinhard Felke, Head of Directorate E B, Federal Ministry of Finance
Presentation
Dr. Klaus Günter Deutsch, Senior Economist, Head of Berlin Office, Deutsche Bank (DB) Research
Presentation
Moderator: Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director, JEF

1:00-2:30 pm SESSION 2: GROWTH STRATEGIESPart 1: Increasing Productivity and Competitiveness through Trade (EU-Japan FTA, TTIP, and TPP)

Speakers:
Toshiyuki Shiga, Representative Director, Vice Chairman, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Presentation
Jun Arima, Director General, Japan External Trade Organization, London
Presentation
MinDirig Christian Berger, Director for Foreign Trade and Investment Promotion, Federal Foreign Office, Germany
Jens Nagel, Director, Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services (BGA)
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider, Director of the Research Institute, DGAP

3:00-4:30 pm GROWTH STRATEGIESPart 2: The Challenge of ageing Societies

Speakers:
Kazuhiko Toyama, Representative Director and CEO, Industrial Growth Platform, Inc. (IGPI)
Presentation
Nicola Brüning, Head of BMW Representative Office Berlin
Dr. Steffen Angenendt, Senior Associate, Research Division: Global Issues, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
Presentation
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider Director of the Research Institute, DGAP

4:30-4:50 pm CLOSING CEREMONYBaron Paul von Maltzahn
Kazumasa Kusaka

Agenda

ParticipantsList

SummarySummary (English)Summary (Japanese)

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4.Participants(Tuesday, June 2, 2014)

Dr. Steffen Angenendt Senior Associate, Research Division: Global Issues, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
Jun ARIMA, Director General Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) London
MinDirig Christian BERGER Director for Foreign Trade and Investment Promotion, Federal Foreign Office, Germany
Dr. Friederike BOSSE Secretary General, Japanese-German Center Berlin
Nicola BRUNING Head of BMW Representative Office Berlin
Hans Joachim DAERR Ambassador (ret.)
Dr. Klaus Gunter DEUTSCH Senior Economist, Head of Berlin Office, Deutsche Bank (DB) Research
Dr. Reinhard FELKE Head of Directorate E B, Federal Ministry of Finance
Naoyuki HARAOKA Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation
Kazumasa KUSAKA Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation
Baron Paul von Maltzahn Secretary General, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Jens NAGEL, Director Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services (BGA)
Shinichi SAITO Executive Director, International Affairs, Japan Economic Foundation
Prof. Dr. Eberhard SANDSCHNEIDER Otto Wolff-Director of the Research Institute, Head of the China/Asia-Pacific Program, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Toshiyuki SHIGA Representative Director, Vice Chairman, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Kazuhiko TOYAMA Representative Director and CEO, Industrial Growth Platform, Inc. (IGPI)
Prof. Dr. Hiroshi YOSHIKAWA Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo
Dr. Takashi UNAYAMA Principal Economist, Public Policy Institute, Ministry of Finance, Japan

Friday, 12 July, 2013

Date Friday, 12 July, 2013
euforum2013-7euforum2013-7
Venue Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Institut Aspen France

TopicsThe 10th Japan-Europe Conference
"EU-Japan Economic Relations: Present and Future"

WELCOMING WORDS
Mr. Pierre-Antoine GAILLY, Chairman of the Paris Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry

OPENING REMARKS
Mr. Kazumasa KUSAKA, Chairman and CEO of Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

SESSION 1: ECONOMIC SESSION"DIVERGING EUROPEAN AND JAPANESE STRATEGIES"

*What are the lessons from the Eurocrisis? How are European countries going to manage this challenge?
*Assessment of Abenomics: what are the major effects witnessed so far and what should we expect?
*What kind of structural reforms are required in both Japan and Europe?

Moderator:
Mr. Christian SAUTTER, Former Finance Minister

Japanese Speaker:
Prof. Takatoshi ITO, Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy, and Professor, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo
"Abenomics: Episode II"
Presentation

EU Speakers:
Mr. Satoshi IMAI, President, Nomura Bank France
"The impact of Abenomics on Japanese household financial assets"
Presentation

Mr. Jean-Yves COLIN, Former Banker, Member of the Asia Centre
"Abenomics, Abelitics or Abegeddon?"

SESSION 2: TRADE SESSION"INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION"

*Free trade agreements, a new hope for growth?
*China's rise: opportunity or challenge?

Moderator:
Mr. Naoyuki HARAOKA, Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

Japanese Speakers:
Mr. Michitaka NAKATOMI, Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
"The Era of mega FTAs - Challenges and global governance"
Presentation
Presentation

Mr. Tomohiro KANEKO, Principal Director, Multilateral Trade System Department, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
"The emergence of a global value chain and Japan's trade policy"
Presentation
Presentation

EU Speakers:
Mr. Etienne OUDOT DE DAINVILLE, Ministry of Economy and Finance
"The EU trade agenda in Asia: a French perspective"

Prof. Patrick MESSERLIN, Professor at Sciences Po
"Negotiating mega-FTAs: a new game"
Presentation

Mrs. Alice EKMAN, Research Fellow at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI), Associate Professor at Sciences Po
Mrs. Céline PAJON, Research Fellow at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI),
"China-Japan relations under the new leaderships - A Beijing-Tokyo comparative perspective"
Presentation

SESSION 3: FUTURE PROSPECT SESSION"MIDDLE TO LONG TERM IMPEDIMENTS FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH"

*Energy and environment: What kind of impact will the US's strive for energy independency (thanks to the shale gas revolution) have on both "energy consuming" and "energy exporting" countries?
*Ageing Society: Is an ageing society an opportunity or an impediment for sustainable economic growth?

Moderator:
Mr. Nicolas TENZER, Member of the Managing Board of Aspen Institute France, and President of the Initiative for the Development of French Expertise

Japanese Speaker:
Mr. Jun ARIMA, Director General, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), London
"Shale gas revolution & Japan's energy & climate challenges"
Presentation

EU Speakers:
Dr. Fatih BIROL, Chief Economist and Director of Global Energy Economics, the International Energy Agency in Paris
"Energy and environment: impacts of the shale gas revolution"

Mr. Philippe WAECHTER, Economic Research Director, Natixis
"Ageing, job market, and growth"

Mr. Patrick AUBERT, General Secretary of the French Pensions Advisory Council
"Reforming the French pension system in the context of an ageing society"

CLOSING REMARKS
Mrs. Martine BIZOUARD-HAYAT, Co-chairman of the Managing Board of Aspen Institute France

Agenda

ParticipantList

Conference SummarySummary (English)Summary (Japanese)

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4.Participants(Friday, 12 July, 2013)

PARTICIPANT : 40

MS. CECILE ANDRE Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Equipment Finance Business Line
Member, Paris Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR-PIDF)
MR. JUN ARIMA Director General, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), London
MR. PATRICK AUBERT (Conseil d'orientation des Retraites-COR)
MR. JEAN-FRANCOIS BALLORAIN Owner & Managing Director, THE JF STEEL HUB
MR. FATIH BIROL Chief Economist at the International Energy Agency, Paris
MRS. MARTINE BIZOUARD-HAYAT Co-Chairman of the Managing Board, Aspen Institute France
Founder and President, Terra Incognita
MME. NORIKO CARPENTIER TOMINAGA Director, Comite d'Echanges Franco-Japonais (CEFJ)
MR. FREDERIC CHICHE Partner, Benoit & Associes
MR. BENOIT COEURE Member of the Board Executive, European Central Bank
MR. JEAN-YVES COLIN Former Banker, Member, Asia Center
MR. JEAN-FRANCOIS DI MEGLIO President, Asia Center
MME. ORIANNE DUPRAT-BRIOU President Managing Board, Aspen France
Chief of Tax Bureau, Personal Tax, Ministry of Finance, France
MS. ALICE EKMAN Research Fellow, China, Center for Asian Studies, French Institute of International Relations
MR. KUNIKAZU FUJIWARA Directeur General of Corporate Communication, Shiseido International Europe
MR. PIERRE-ANTOINE GAILLY Chairman, Paris Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR-PIDF) and Comite d'Echanges Franco-Japonais (CEFJ)
MR. RENAUD GUIDEE Member of the Managing Board, Aspen Institute France
Executive Director Goldman Sachs, Paris
MR. NAOYUKI HARAOKA Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
MR. SATOSHI IMAI President, Nomura Bank, France
PROF. TAKATOSHI ITO Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy, and Professor, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo
MR. JEROME ITTY Secretary General, Japan European Conference Aspen
Mission Leader, General Inspection, Ministry of Finance, France
MR. TOMOHIRO KANEKO Principal Director, Multilateral Trade System Department, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
MS. FRANCOISE KLEIN Chief Asia Bureau, Treasury, Ministry of Finance, France
MR. KAZUMASA KUSAKA Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
MR. OLIVIER MELLERIO President Mellerio International, President Interfinexa
Member, CCIR-PIDF, and Vice-Chairman, CEFJ
MR. PATRICK MESSERLIN Professor of Economics (Emeritus), Sciences Po, Paris
Director, "Groupe d'Economie Mondiale" (GEM), Sciences Po
MR. CLAUDE MEYER Senior Research Fellow, "Groupe d'Economie Mondiale" (GEM), Sciences Po
Professor CFJM (French-Japanese Management Center), Rennes University
Member, Scientific Committee, Europe-Asia Program, Sciences Po
MS. ISABELLE NAHUM Deputy Director Legal Service, Artemis
MR. MICHITAKA NAKATOMI Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
MR. ETIENNE OUDOT DE DAINVILLE Trade and Investment Policy, Economic Counselor, Treasury, Ministry of Finance, France
MS. CELINE PAJON Research Fellow Specializes in Japan's Domestic Politics, Foreign Policy, and Defense Posture, Ifri Center for Asian Studies
MR. MINEAKI SAITO Deputy CEO, Hermes International
AMB. SHINICHI SAITO Executive Director, International Affairs, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
MR. CHRISTIAN SAUTTER Former Finance Minister, France
MS. JANET STEINMETZER Member of the Managing Board, Aspen Institute France
MR. NICOLAS TENZER Member of the Managing Board, Aspen Institute France
President, The Initiative for the Development of French Expertise
MR. KOJI TOYOKUNI Director General, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Paris
MR. PATRICE VIAL Senior Advisor, Hawkpoint Partners Limited
MR. FRANCOIS VIDAL Deputy Editor at Les Echos, The French Economic Daily
MR. PHILIPPE WAETCHER Chief Economist, Natixis Bank, Paris
MS. HELENE ZWANG Head of Institutional Affairs and Business Diplomacy Department at the International European Affairs Division

Friday, March 22, 2013

Date Friday, March 22, 2013
euforum2013-3euforum2013-3
Venue The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)
Sponsors apan Economic Foundaion (JEF)
The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)

TopicsWelcoming Remarks
-Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House
-Kazumasa Kusaka, Senior Adviser, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

Session 1: Economic Integration between Asia and Europe: Opportunities and Challenges*The negotiations for an EU-Japan FTA
*Is further integration with East-Asian countries possible?
*The role of China and its relationship with Japan

Chair:
Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House

Speakers:
-Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, Director, European Centre for International Political Economy
-John Cooke, Chairman, Liberalisation of Trade in Services Committee, The City UK
-Amb. Jonathan Fried, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the WTO, Geneva

Session 2: Regional and International Coordination of Monetary Policies*Should Asia move towards a coordination of exchange rate policies, in the sense of collective currency appreciation vis-à-vis the USD?
*What are the regional implications of the increased regional use of the Chinese RMB?
*What are the future prospects for the role of the Japanese yen?

Chair:
Yosuke Kawakami, Minister for Financial Affairs, Embassy of Japan in the UK

Speakers:
-Takatoshi Kato, President, Japan Center of International Finance
Presentation
-Masaaki Kanno, Chief Economist, JP Morgan, Japan

Session 3: Rising Public Debt: Challenges and Risks to Developed Economies*Major differences and characteristics witnessed between Japanese debt and European debt, and risks thereof
*Shall the Japanese experience be compared to the European situation?
*Can highly indebted European countries learn a lesson from the Japanese experience?

Chair:
Shigeto Nagai, Chief Representative in London, General Manager for Europe, Bank of Japan

Speakers:
-Sebastian Barnes, Counsellor to the Chief Economist, OECD
-Keiro Kitagami, Parliamentary Vice Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan (2011-12) and Special Advisor to the Prime Minister (2012), Japan
Presentation

Session 4: Asia and Europe: Which Lessons to Learn for Regional Integration? Moderator: Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

*Which lessons to learn from the European integration?
*Will a protracted Euro crisis impact attempts at regional integration in the Eurozone and derail future integration in Asia and worldwide?
*Is economic integration the preliminary condition for tighter political relations in Asia and Europe?

Chair:
Andrew Fraser, Council Member, Chatham House and Senior Adviser, Mitsubishi Corporation

Speakers:
-Jun Arima, Director General, Japan External Trade Organisation, London
-Jacques Cailloux, Chief European Economist, Nomura International
-Kazumasa Kusaka, Senior Adviser, Japan Economic Foundation
Presentation

Special Speaker:
Yoshiyuki Kasai, Chairman and Representative Director, Central Japan Railway Company

Closing Remarks
Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House

ParticipantsList

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Friday, November 30, 2012

Date Friday, November 30, 2012
euforum2012-11euforum2012-11
Venue The Delegation of the European Union to Japan
Sponsors The Delegation of the European Union to Japan
Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation

TopicsOpening Remarks:
Maeve Collins, Minister, Deputy Head of Delegation of the European Union to Japan
Noboru Hatakeyama, Chairman & CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

Keynote 1: "EU Responses to the European Sovereign Debt Crisis"Peter Bekx, Director of International Economic and Financial Affairs, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission
Presentation

Keynote 2: "Growth Strategies and Fiscal Consolidation in Japan"Sahoko Kaji, Professor, Keio University
Presentation

Keynote 3: "Achieving Sustainable Growth Paths in the EU"Moreno Bertoldi, Head of the Unit for Countries of the G-20, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission
Presentation

Q & A
Coffee Break

Panel Discussion (comments by 2 panelists followed by discussion with all speakers and panelists)Moderator: Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

Panelists:
- Eiji Yamashita, Professor Emeritus, Osaka City University
Presentation

Japanese Resume
- Sayuri Itoh, Senior Economist, NLI Research Institute
Japanese Resume

Keynote speakers:
- Peter Bekx, Director of International Economic and Financial Affairs, DG Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission
- Sahoko Kaji, Professor, Keio University
- Moreno Bertoldi, Head of the Unit for Countries of the G-20, DG Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission

Closing Remarks:
Hiroshi Tsukamoto, General Manager, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation

ParticipantsList

SummarySummary (Japanese)

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Date Thursday, February 16, 2012
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Venue German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Rauchstraße 17/18, 10787 Berlin, Germany
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)

Topics"How Japan and Germany Cooperate in Major World Issues?"
JEF-DGAP International Symposium

OFFICIAL WELCOME
Amb. Paul Freiherr von Maltzahn, Executive Vice President, DGAP
Noboru Hatakeyama, Chairman and CEO, JEF; Former Chairman and CEO, JETRO; Former Vice-Minister for International Affairs, MITI (METI as of now)

SESSION 1: THE FTA BETWEEN THE EU AND JAPAN: BENEFITS AND RISKSSpeakers:
Yorizumi Watanabe, Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Presentation

Hubert Knirsch, Head of Division, International Economic and Financial Policy, Federal Foreign Office (AA)

Friedolin Strack, Head of Asia and Africa Department, Federation of German Industries (BDI)

Moderator:
Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director of JEF

LUNCH
Key-note Speaker: Amb. Andreas von Stechow

SESSION 2: THE NUCLEAR INCIDENT IN FUKUSHIMA: CONSEQUENCES FOR THE ENERGY MIX IN GERMANY AND JAPANSpeakers:
Nobuo Tanaka, Global Associate for Energy Security and Sustainability, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan; Former Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA)
Presentation

Prof. Dr. Diethard Mager, Director for Fundamental Energy Questions; Energy Research; Renewable Energies; Coal, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi)

Dr. Eberhard von Rottenburg, Senior Manager and Energy Expert in the Federation of German Industries (BDI)

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider, Director of the Research Institute, DGAP

SESSION 3: HOW JAPAN AND GERMANY CAN COOPERATE TO BUILD UP A COMMON FRAMEWORK TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE?Speakers:
Amb. Mutsuyoshi Nishimura, Visiting Fellow at Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA); Former Special Advisor to the Cabinet, in charge of Climate change; Former Ambassador in charge of for Global Environment and Chief Climate Negotiator in Japan; Former Ambassador to OECD and to Mexico
Paper
Paper

Dr. Karsten Sach, Director for International Climate
Cooperation, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature
Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

Daniel Klingenfeld, MPP, M.Sc., WBGU Research Analyst, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Presentation

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider

CLOSING CEREMONY
Amb. Paul Freiherr von Maltzahn
Noboru Hatakeyama

Agenda

ParticipantsList

SummarySummary (English)Summary (Japanese)

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4.Participants(Thursday, February 16, 2012)

Participants from Japan: 6

Mr. Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Mr. Naoyuki Haraoka Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Amb. Mutsuyoshi Nishimura Visiting Fellow at Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA); Former Special Advisor to the Cabinet, in charge of Climate change; Former Ambassador in charge of Global Environment and Chief Climate Negotiator in Japan; Former Ambassador to OECD and to Mexico
Amb. Shinichi Saito Executive Director, International Affairs, Japan Economic Foundaion (JEF)
Mr. Nobuo Tanaka Global Associate for Energy Security and Sustainability, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan; Former Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA)
Prof. Yorizumi Watanabe Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

Participants from Europe: 9

Mr. Daniel Klingenfeld Research Analyst for Professor Schellnhuber, German Advisory Council on Global Change to the Federal Government (WBGU)
Mr. Hubert Knirsh Head of Division for International Economic and Financial Policy, Federal Foreign Office
Prof. Dr. Diethard Mager Deputy Director-General for General issues of Energy Policy, Energy Research, Renewable Eergies, and Coal, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology
Amb. Baron Paul von Maltzahn Executive Vice President, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Dr. Eberhard von Rottenburg Senior Manager and Energy Expert in the Federation of German Industries (BDI)
Dr. Karsten Sach Deputy Director-General for International Cooperation, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)
Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider Director of the Research Institute, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Amb. Andreas von Stechow Ambassador (rtd), Advisory to the German Foreign Office
Mr. Friedolin Strack Head of Asia and Africa, Foregin Trade Promotion, Federation of German Industries (BDI)

Friday, December 10,2010

Date Friday, December 10,2010
euforum2010-12euforum2010-12
Venue French Economic, Social and Environmental Council
9, place d'Iena, 75775 Paris cedex 16, France
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Institut Aspen France (ASPEN)

Topics"Is the world economy's recovery sustainable? A viewpoint from Europe and Japan"

Welcome address by Institut Aspen France and JEF
Institut Aspen France: Mr. Frank Bancel, Member of the Managing Board, Institut Aspen France, and Professor, ESCP Europe business School

Japan Economic Foundation: Mr. Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director,Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

Session 1: How do Japan and Europe stand in the world economy's tentative recovery?In the short run: crisis exit strategies
Moderator: Ms. Sayuri Shirai, Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Speakers (7 minutes each)
Europe: Mr. Thierry Moulonguet, Senior Advisor to the President of Renault Nissan Alliance;
Mr. Philippe Waechter, Head of economic research, Natixis Asset Management
Japan: Mr. Akinari Horii, Special Adviser to the President, Canon Institute for Global Studies

In the longer run: is capitalism changing in nature?
- Capitalism regulation (including financial regulation), government intervention, nationalization, business competition
- Future direction of capitalism
Moderator: Mr. Franck Bancel, Member of the Managing Board, Institut Aspen France, and professor, ESCP Europe Business School
Speakers (7 minutes each)
Europe: Mr. Satoshi Imai, Chairman of the Board, Banque Nomura;
Mr. Jacques Gravereau, President of HEC Eurasia Institute,
Japan: Mr. Naohiro Yashiro, Professor, International Christian University

Working luncheon hosted by Institut Aspen France and Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Chaired by Mr. Jean-Pierre Jouyet, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Institut Aspen France and Chairman of the French securities regulator

Session 2: Europe-Japan relations and positioning in a context of growing regional integration and global shiftsThe centripetal and centrifugal forces of the regional economic integration and their impact on Europe-Japan relations
- EU-Japan Economic integration agreement (EIA)
- Regional integration in time of crisis
- The latest Asia-Pacific free-trade agreements movements and their impact on Europe-Japan relations
Moderator: Mr. Kiichiro Fukasaku, Head of Division, Regional Desks, OECD Development Centre
Speakers (7 minutes each)
Europe: Mr. Jean-François Di Meglio, President of Asia Centre
Japan: Mr. Takashi Shimada, Director-General, Multilateral Trade System Department, Trade Policy bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

Global political governance of macropolicies in the medium run
- Macroeconomic policies
- The role of coordinating and supranational bodies: G20, UN, IMF, OECD...
- Europe-Japan cooperation for contributing to solving global challenges such as climate change
Moderator: Mr. Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
Speakers (7 minutes each)
Europe: Mr. Claude Meyer, Associate Professor, Sciences Po, and Senior Research Fellow, G.E.M. Sciences Po
Japan : Ms. Sayuri Shirai, Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University;
Mr. Shinji Kowase, General Manager, Corporate Strategy & Research Department, Mitsubishi Corporation

Japan and Europe as mature economies in a changing world
- How can Europe and Japan build a new competitive edge based on innovation to enhance their growth potential?
- What can be said of consumer habits in Japan and Europe, not only as drivers for future market growth, but also as reflection of similar cultural patterns?
Moderator: Mr. Raphaël Hadas-Lebel, President of Pensions Advisory Council (Conseil d'orientation des retraites, Paris) and Vice-President of the Advisory Board of Institut Aspen France
Speakers (7 minutes each)
Europe: Mr. Jean-Pierre Duprieu, Member of the General Management of Air Liquide Group;
Mr. Mineaki Saito, Executive Vice President of Hermès International, in charge of Marketing
Japan : Mr. Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

ParticipantsList

SummarySummary (English)Summary (Japanese)

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4.Participants(Friday, December 10,2010)

(in alphabetical order)

Europe: 18

Mr. Franck BANCEL Professor-ESCP Europe Business School; Member of the Managing Board, Institut Aspen France
Ms. Noriko CARPENTIER-TOMINAGA, Director, Comite d'Echanges Franco-Japonais
Mr. Pierre CUNEO Chairman of the Managing Board, Institute Aspen France
Ms. Elisabeth DAHAN Director of International Relations, Council Economique, Social et Environmental
Mr. Jean-Francois DI MEGLIO President, Asia Centre
Mr. Jean-Pierre DUPRIEU Member of the General Management, Air Liquide Group
Mr. Kiichiro FUKASAKU Counsellor, Head of Regional Desks, OECD Development Centre
Mr. Jacques GRAVEREAU President, HEC Eurasia Institute
Mr. Renaud GUIDEE Inspecteur des Finances, Ministry of Finance and Budget
Mr. Raphael HADAS-LEBEL President - Pension Advisory Council (Conseil d'Orientation des Retraites, Paris); Vice-President of the Advisory Board, Institut Aspen France
Mr. Satoshi IMAI Chairman of the Board, Banque Nomura France
Mr. Jean-Pierre JOUYET Chairman, Autorite des Marches Financiers (AMF); Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Institut Aspen France
Mr. Olivier MELLERIO President ? Mellerio International; Member of the Supervisory Board, Institut Aspen France
Mr. Claude MEYER Associate Professor - Sciences Po; Senior Research Fellow, GEM Sciences Po
Mr. Thierry MOULONGUET Senior Advisor to President Carlos Ghosn, Renault and Nissan Alliance
Mr. Mineaki SAITO Executive Vice-President in charge of Marketing, Hermes International
Mr. Philippe WAECHTER Head of Economic Research, Natixis Asset Management
Mr. Shigenobu WATANABE Deputy Managing Director, JETRO Paris

Japan: 7

Mr. Naoyuki HARAOKA Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Mr. Akinari HORII Special Adviser to the President, Canon Institute for Global Studies
Mr. Shinji KOWASE General Manager, Corporate Strategy & Research Department, Mitsubishi Corporation
Mr. Takashi SHIMADA Director-General, Multilateral Trade System Department, Trade
Policy Bureau Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Ms. Sayuri SHIRAI Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Mr. Naohiro YASHIRO Professor, International Christian University
Mr. Masaru INOUE Director, International Affairs, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

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March 26, 2010

Overview

Date March 26, 2010
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Venue Imperial Hotel
1-1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
TEL: +81-(0)3-3504-1111
FAX: +81-(0)3-3581-9146
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation
Jiji Press Bldg., 11F, 5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061 Japan
TEL: +81-(0)3-5565-4824
FAX: +81-(0)3-5565-4828
The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)
10 St. James's Square, London SW1Y 4LE
TEL: +44-(0)20-7957-5700
FAX: +44-(0)20-7957-5710
Supported by
Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO)
EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation

TopicsJEF - Chatham House Symposium
Post-Crisis Analysis: How Japan and Europe Responded,
What Results to Expect

Programme (English version)
Programme (Japanese version)

Keynote addresses
Hideichi Okada, Director-General, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan
Benoit Coeure, Deputy-Director General and Chief Economist of the Treasury and Economic Policy at the French Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment

Panel Discussion 1: Failure of economic growth models: varying responses and resultsPeter Bekx, Director, International Economic and Financial Affairs, DG ECFIN, European Commission

Panel Discussion 2: What does the future look like in the post-crisis world economy?Naohiro Yashiro, Professor, International Christian University

ParticipantsList(English Version)
List(Japanese Version)

SummaryKeynote address (English version)
Panel Discussion 1 (English version)
Panel Discussion 2 (English version)
Keynote address (Japanese version)
Panel Discussion 1 (Japanese version)
Panel Discussion 2 (Japanese version)
Chatham House Paper

Chairman's SpeechWelcome and Opening Remarks (English version)
Welcome and Opening Remarks (Japanese version)

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Date Wednesday, March 4, 2009
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Venue London, United Kingdom
Joseph Gaggero Hall, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House
Chatham House, 10 St. James's Square London SW1Y 4LE, UK
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)

TopicsTopics
The Post-Crisis Landscape for International Financial Centres - Sink or Swim?
Session 1: Tokyo's competitiveness as an international financial centre
Session 2: Emerging centres: what is necessary to become a global financial centre?
Session 3: The senior centres: scenarios for the future
Session 4: Implications of the global economic crisis for international
financial centres
Program

ParticipantsList

SummaryChatham House Report - The Outlook for Tokyo

Chairman's SpeechOpening remarks by Mr. Noboru Hatakeyama (March 4, 2009 @ JEF-Chatham House Symopsium in London)

JEF-Chatham House Symposium

Dr. John Llewellyn, Member of Council, Chatham House, Dr. Paola Subacchi, Research Director, Chatham House, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

It is my great pleasure and honor to welcome all of you to the JEF-Chatham House Symposium "The Post-crisis Landscape for International Financial Centers-Sink or Swim?"

Just two years ago, Japan Economic Foundation and Chatham House co-organized the workshop focusing on the rise of China and India and Its impact on Japan, UK and world economy. In the same year JEF invited Dr. Robin Niblette the director of Chatham House to Japan and organized an international symposium in Tokyo, entitled "New age for Asia-Europe relations."

The relation between JEF and Chatham House started back in 1986 when Japan- UK High Technology Industry Forum was held for the first time. In these 20 or so years, JEF had been the constant organizer for Japan side. British side was represented by Chatham House at early stage and APTN (Asia-Pacific Technology Network) which spun out from Chatham House succeeded that role at later stage.

Now this time, we agreed to co-host this very important symposium focusing on the current financial turmoil and its implication to International Financial Centers.

Prior to this symposium, JEF and Chatham House jointly held research workshop in November last year in Tokyo aiming at exploring Tokyo' s competitiveness as an international financial center. We had a very interesting discussion on whether Tokyo can weather the storm.

Last December JEF held Japan-US Conference with an American law firm in Washington D.C. on Japan-US relationship; "New Challenges, New Opportunities for New Administration." Based on the discussion, we concluded a Joint Action Agenda which included issues on economy, trade and climate change.
We also dealt with the current financial crisis and argued that many of the current problems were foreseeable and there needed to be a full-scale efforts by officials and experts from the US, Japan and Europe to investigate the problems and make necessary corrections. In the light of this, we suggested that the establishment of a US-Japan-European Union Trilateral discussion forum would be beneficial, aiming at collaboration on how financial markets and corporate governance need to be improved.
In addition to this, our suggestions included following points:

-Supervising and regulating the derivatives market
-Regulating the nonbanks
-Correcting flaws in executive compensation for CEOs to take excessive risks with other people's money
-Reexamining the payments system for rating agencies
-Reexamining risk models

I hope that at this symposium we will discuss those issues in addition to the international financial center issues.

On this note, I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to Dr. John Llewellyn, Dr. Paola Subacchi all distinguished speakers and the panelists and other participants for joining this symposium.

Finally, I would also like to thank all staff of Chatham House, which has greatly contributed to this symposium. I wish all of you an interesting and fruitful discussion.

Thank you very much.

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4.Participants(Wednesday, March 4, 2009)

(in alphabetical order)

Saxon Brettell Head of Research, City of London Corporation
Victor L.L. Chu Chairman and Founder, First Eastern Investment Group
Florence Eid Managing Director for MENA, Passport Capital, LLC
Eddy C. Fong Chairman, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong
Andrew Fraser Senior Adviser, Mitsubishi Corporation; Member of Council, Chatham House
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundaion (JEF)
Keiichiro Kobayashi Senior Fellow, RIETI
John Llewellyn Member of Council, Chatham House
Rachel Lomax former Deputy Governor, Bank of England
Alex Patelis Managing Director, Merrill Lynch
Vanessa Rossi Senior Research Fellow, International Economics, Chatham House
Charles Roxburgh Head of Corporate and Investment Banking, McKinsey
Tadakatsu Sano Attorney-at-Law, Jones Day
Shashank Srivastava Director of Strategy and Planning, QFCA
Paola Subacchi Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House
Graham Turner Economist, GFC Economics
Makoto Utsumi President and CEO, Japan Credit Rating Agency, Ltd.
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance CO.Ltd.
Max Watson Associate Fellow, Chatham House

Monday, March 31 - Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Date Monday, March 31 - Tuesday, April 1, 2008
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Venue Salle des Congrès, The Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE) La Maison de l' Entreprise Avenue principale, 1053 Les Berges du Lac, Tunis, Tunisia
Sponsors the Japan Economic Foundation (JEF) the Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation (ATCT) the Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE)

TopicsJEF-ATCT-IACE Symposium
"Possibility of an FTA between the Arab Maghreb Union Countries and Japan"

Welcoming remarks by
Amor Jilani, Chairman and Director General, ATCT
Noboru Hatakeyama, Chairman and CEO, JEF

Opening remarks by H.E. Mr. Salah Hannachi, Former Ambassador to Japan

Session I: Relationships between Japan and the Arab Maghreb Union countries: stocktaking and opportunitiesModerator
Libya: Hafez Ibrahim, President, Libyan Business Council & Vice-President of Maghreb Business Council

Key points for discussion:
1. Trade
Speakers (7 minutes):
Japan: Saburo Yuzawa, Chief Advisor, Egyptian Export Promotion Center as JICA Expert
2. Foreign Direct Investment flows
Speakers (7 minutes):
Tunisia: Mohamed Hédi Lahoual, Professor, University of Tunis El Manar
3. Financial cooperation
Speakers (7 minutes):
Tunisia: Fayçal Lakhoua, Professor, University of Tunis El Manar

Q & A

Session II: Exchange of experiences EPA (Japan) / Association and Free Trade Agreements (AMU countries) Moderator
Japan: Naoyuki Haraoka, Executive Managing Director, JEF

Key points for discussion:
I. Japan's experience
1. South East Asia countries
2. Mexico
3. negotiations with GCC
4. FTA / EPA
Speakers (7 minutes):
Japan: Yukiko Fukagawa, Professor, Waseda University

II. AMU countries experience
1. Barcelona Process
2. Dialogue 5+5
3. Free Trade and Association Agreements between Europe and AMU countries: financial and economic instruments

Speaker (7 minutes):
AMU: Jamel Boujdaria, Department Head, Economic Affairs
Commentator (7 minutes)
Tunisia: Mohamed Hédi Lahoual, Professor, University of Tunis El Manar

Q & A

Session III: A FTA / EPA between the Arab Maghreb Union countries and Japan: Opportunities and challengesModerator
Tunisia: Salah Hannachi, Former Ambassador to Japan

Key points for discussion:
- Advantages
- Challenges
- Content / scope
- Approach
- Schedule
- Feasibility study

Speakers: (7 minutes each)
1. Japan: Noboru Hatakeyama, Chairman and CEO, JEF
2. Algeria: Sid Ali Abdellaoui, Consultant, Medibtikar
3. Libya: Hakim Nagah, Chairman, LIBO Consulting
4. Mauritania: Mohamed Lemine Ould Deidah, Chairman of the Board, Mauritania Airways
5. Japan: Norio Gomi, Special Guest Professor, Meiji University
6. Morocco: Moncef Kettani, Chairman, Union PME-PMI
7. Tunisia: Moez Belkhiria, Executive President, BSB TOYOTA

Q & A

Closing

ParticipantsList

SummarySummary (English)Summary (Japanese)

Chairman's SpeechOpening remarks by Mr. Noboru Hatakeyama (March 31, 2008 @JEF-ATCT-IACE Symposium in Tunis, Tunisia)

Opening remarks by Mr. Noboru Hatakeyama, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation

His Excellency Ambassador Salah Hannachi, Mr. Amor Jilani, Chairman and Director General of Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation (ATCT), Mr. Chekib Nouira, President of Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE), distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen:

It is my great honor and privilege to welcome all of you to the International Symposium, "Possibility of an FTA between the Arab Maghreb Union Countries and Japan" h, co-hosted by Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation(ATCT) and Arab Institute of Business Managers(IACE).

Japan has celebrated the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations with Tunisia and Morocco in 2006 and with Libya in 2007. This has led Japan to recognize the deepening its relationship with these countries from the viewpoint of promoting Middle East and African policies.

Moreover, with their strong economic ties to the EU, these countries could be useful for Japanese enterprises as strongholds for investment that targets not only Arab and African markets but also for investment that targets the EU. Considering that Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco have free trade agreements (FTAs) with the EU, they are even significant to Japan.

Talking about Japan's FTA policy, Japan has, to date, signed bilateral FTAs with East Asian countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia. In addition, Japan has also signed a Sub-Regional FTA with ASEAN. Japan has also concluded FTAs with Mexico and Chile, and is pursuing FTA negotiations with Switzerland and Australia.

But Japan has not concluded nor even negotiated FTAs with any of African countries yet although Past TICADs have included talks on various plans to facilitate the development of Africa through the promotion of investment and trade between Asia and Africa.

Under those circumstances, I strongly believe that it is worth discussing "the possibility of Japan-Arab Magfreb Union countries FTA" if we take it into account that Japan is currently in complementary relationships with those countries.

As a series of JEF's projects to deepen mutual understanding between Japan and other countries through activities aimed at promoting economic and technological exchange, JEF has organized the International Symposium in various cities in Asia, US and Europe mainly focusing on a region-wide or bilateral FTA.

Now, this time, we have chosen Tunis as the venue for the symposium, mainly because Tunisia is sort of FTA hub in this region.

I hope that this symposium will discuss those issues I mentioned above, including economic relationships, exchange of experiences EPA/FTA, Feasibility of an EPA/FTA between Japan and Arab Maghreb Union countries.

On this note, I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Amor Jilani, Mr. Chekib Nouira, all distinguished speakers and the panelists and you, the participants for making this symposium realized.

In particular, I would like to express my sincere appreciation to my longtime friend, Mr. Salah Hannachi, former Ambassador to Japan for delivering the keynote speech immediately after my remarks. I sincerely feel grateful that he accepted our invitation.

Finally, I would also like to thank all staff of ATCT and IACE which has greatly contributed to this symposium. I wish all of you an interesting and fruitful discussion.

Thank you very much.

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4.Participants(Monday, March 31 - Tuesday, April 1, 2008)

(Listed in alphabetical order)

Speakers from Japan

Yukiko Fukagawa Professor, School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Norio Gomi Special Guest Professor, School of Business Administration, Meiji University; Senior Fellow, Center for Business Creator Promotion, Rikkyo University
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Naoyuki Haraoka Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Saburo Yuzawa Senior Advisor to the Minister of Trade and Industry of Egyptian Government of Export Development; Chief Advisor of the Egyptian Export Promotion Center Project as JICA Expert

Speakers from the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) CountriesTunisia

H.E. Mr. Salah Hannachi Former Ambassador to Japan
Amor Jilani Chairman and Director General, Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation (ATCT)
Chekib Nouira Chairman, Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE)
Faycal Lakhoua Professor, University of Tunis El Manar
Mohamed Hedi Lahouel Professor, University of Tunis El Manar
Moez Belkhiria Executive President, BSB TOYOTA

AMU

Jamel Boujdaria Department Head, Economic Affairs, AMU

Algeria

Sid Ali Abdellaoui Consultant, Medibtikar

Libya

Hakim Nagah Chairman, LIBO Consulting
Hafez Ibrahim President, Libyan Business Council & Vice-President of Maghreb Business Council


Mauritania

Mohamed Lemine Ould Deidah Chairman of the Board, Mauritania Airways


Morocco

Moncef Kettani Chairman, Union PMI-PME

Friday, March 2, 2007

Date Friday, March 2, 2007
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Venue Chatham House
10 St James's Square, London SW1 Y 4LE
Tel: +44 (0)20 7314 2760
Fax: +44 (0)20 7957 5710
Co-hosted Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs)
Participants List
Program Session 1: India and China: trade, investment and development strategies
Session 2: Looking ahead: are India's and China's current growth rates sustainable?
Session 3: The rise of China and India: impact and implications for Europe and Japan
Session 4: Panel Discussion
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(Friday, March 2, 2007)

Mario Blejer Bank of England
Ruth Davis Chatham House
Alistair Dieppe European Central Bank Research Dept
Peter Dodd DTI
George Doughty Hardy Syndicate, Lloyd's of London
Andrew Fraser the Council, Chatham House
Theowen Gilmour Japan Bank for International Cooperation
John Glen Accenture
Andrea Goldstein Senior Economist, OECD Development Centre
Ranjiv Goonawardena Association of International Journalists
Shinichi Goto School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Takashi Inoguchi Professor, Faculty of Law, Chuo University
Atsushi Inoue Director General, JETRO London
Ken Isaji Nippon TV London
Simon James Gore Browne Investment Management
Sahoko Kaji Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
Shinji Kanno Eurovision, Brussels
Pooja Kapur High Commission of India
Tomoko Katsura Nippon TV London
Makoto Kojima Professor, Faculty of International Development, Takushoku University
Chi Hung Kwan Senior Fellow, Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research, Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
Gerard Lyons Standard Chartered Bank
DK Matai mi2g
SK Matai mi2g
Eriko Miyakazi-Ross Chatham House
Shinichirou Nagai Chubu Electric Power company
Koshi Noguchi Toshiba
Robin Niblett Director, Chatham House
Masao Nishimura Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation
Alice Oyediran Policy Officer, Department for Constitutional Affairs
Vicky Pryce Chief Economic Adviser and Director General, Economics, Department for Trade & Industry
Julie Rogers Mitsubishi
Vanessa Rossi Chatham house ; Oxford Economics
Lawrence Saez The London School of Economics and Political Science(LSE)
Masahiko Saito Embassy of Japan
Ikuko Samikawa Embassy of Japan
Paurla Subacchi Head, International Economics Programme, Chatham House
Masato Takaoka Embassy of Japan
Mr Rui Tang Embassy of The People's Republic of China
Stephen Thomsen Associate Fellow, Chatham House
Robert Thomson Editor, The Times
Louis Turner Chatham House
Shujiro Urata Professor, Economics at Graduate School of Asia- Pacific Studies, Waseda University
Yoshiki Usuki Visiting Fellow, Chatham House
David Wright Barclays Capital
Masahiko Yamammoto Mitsubishi
Rengfeng Zhao Researcher, Chatham

Tuesday, April 5, 2005

Date Tuesday, April 5, 2005
euforum2005euforum2005
Venue Paris, France
Hotel Intercontinental Paris
3 rue de Castiglione 75001 Paris, France
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 77 11 11
Fax : +33 (0)1 44 77 14 60
Co-hosted Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Institut Aspen France
(With the Collaboration with JETRO Paris)
Participants List
Program Session I: Regional Integration Models in Europe and Japan: Comparative Approach and Exchanges of Experiences
Session II: Economic and Foreign Trade Prospects in Europe and Japan: An Overall and Sectorial Picture (Energy)
Session III: Competitiveness, Localization and De-localization Issues
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(Tuesday, April 5, 2005)

List of Participants
(In Alphabetical Order by Surname)

Japan

Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, JAPAN ECONOMIC FOUNDATION
Kuniko Inoguchi Professor, SOPHIA UNIVERSITY, TOKYO
Hiroyuki Itami Professor, Hitotsubashi University, TOKYO
Koji Kakizawa Former Foreign Minister, President and CEO, Kakizawa Research Institute
Tsuyoshi Nakai Director General, JETRO Paris Coordination for Europe
Yoko Ohara President, Institute for the Fashion Industries
Yoshihiro Sakamoto President and CEO, ARABIAN OIL COMPANY, LTD.
Tadao Suzuki Chairman and CEO, Mercian Corporation
Hiroshi Tsuchiya Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation

France

JEAN BETERMIER Amiral - Conseiller des Presidents et CEOs, EADS
LAURENT COHEN-TANUGI Associe, SKADDEN ARPS, PARIS
FRANCOISE CROUIGNEAU Redactrice en chef International, LES ECHOS
CLARA GAYMARD Presidente, A.F.I.I.
JEAN-LOUIS GERGORIN Executive Vice President, Strategic Coordination, EADS
RAPHAEL HADAS-LEBEL President of the Social Section, CONSEIL D'ETAT
Vice President, Institut Aspen France
JEROME HURET President, Institut Aspen France
HENRI MARTRE President, Medef France-Japon Committee
OLIVIER MELLERIO Partner, Interfinexa
Vice President of the Advisory Board, INSTITUT ASPEN FRANCE
President, Comite Colbert
FRANCIS MER Former Minister of Economy and Finances
Presiden, Fondation pour l'Innovation Politique
MARIO MORETTI POLEGATO President, GEOX, Italy
PIERRE-ALAIN MUET Former Advisor of Lionel Jospin
Deputy Mayor, in charge of Economic Development,
CITY OF LYON
Vice President, in charge of Economic Development and International Affairs, Grand Lyon
MICHEL PEBEREAU President, BNP PARIBAS
President of the Advisory Board, Institut Aspen France
PASCAL PERZO Executive Director, INSTITUT ASPEN FRANCE
FRANCK PONSONNET Directeur, JCDecaux
KAROLINE POSTEL-VINAY Professor, CERI - INSTITUT D'ETUDES POLITIQUES
JEAN-MARC PUEL Vice-President, Mergers and Acquisitions, EADS
FREDERIC RUCIAK Directeur du Marketing. BOUYGUES TELECOM
JEAN DU RUSQUEC Charge de Mission aupres du President, Total
ANDRE SANTINI Member f Parliament, Mayor, CITY OF ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX
PEDRO SOLE Directeur Asie-Pacifique, ALSTOM

November 16-18, 2001

Date November 16-18, 2001
Venue Hilton-Lyon Hotel
Cite Internationale de Lyon, 70, Quai Charles de Gaulle, 69006, Lyon, France
Tel: 33-4-78-17-50-50 / Fax: 33-4-78-17-52-52
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
The Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA)
Institut Aspen France
Participants List
Topics Session 1 EUROPE AND JAPAN : REVIEW OF THE SITUATION
Session 2 ECONOMIC GROWTH AND LONG-TERM OUTLOOK
Session 3 HOW CAN THE NECESSARY STRUCTURAL AND INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS BE SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED ?
Session 4 JAPAN AND EUROPE IN THE WORLDWIDE CONTEXT
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(November 16-18, 2001)

Japan

KeikoCHINO RedacteurenChef/EditorialWriter
THESANKEISHINBUN
YoichiFUNABASHI PrincipalCorrespondantDiplomatiqueetChroniqueur
ChiefDiplomaticCorrespondentandColumnist
THEASAHISHIMBUN
ToyooGYOHTEN President/President
INSTITUTEFORINTERNATIONALMONETARYAFFAIRS
HirofumiHAGIHIRA DirecteurGeneral/DirectorGeneral
JETROPARIS
ShoichiIKUTA DirecteurGeneralAdjointchargedelaPolitiqueduCommerce
MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE, DU COMMERCE ET DE L'INDUSTRIE
DeputyDirector-General,TradePolicyBureau
MINISTRYOFECONOMY,TRADEANDINDUSTRY
YoshioISHIZAKA Vice-PresidentExecutif/ExecutiveVicePresident
TOYOTAMOTORCORPORATION
TerukoISHIZAKA
Amb.YutakaKAWASHIMA AncienVice-MinistredesAffairesEtrangeres-MINISTEREDESAFFAIRESETRANGERES
FormerViceMinisterforForeignAffairs-MINISTRYOFFOREIGNAFFAIRS
YoshihikoKOBAYASHI Professeuremerite/Professor-TOKYOUNIVERSITY
AdministrateurDelegue/ExecutiveDirector
'MAISON FRANCO-JAPONAISE' INC.
RyoseiKOKUBUN ProfesseurdeDroitetdeSciencesPolitiques/Professor,FacultyofLawandPolitics
KEIOUNIVERSITY
ShoichiIKUTA DirecteurGeneralAdjointchargedelaPolitiqueduCommerce
MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE, DU COMMERCE ET DE L'INDUSTRIE
DeputyDirector-General,TradePolicyBureau
MINISTRYOFECONOMY,TRADEANDINDUSTRY
YoshioISHIZAKA Vice-PresidentExecutif/ExecutiveVicePresident
TOYOTAMOTORCORPORATION
TerukoISHIZAKA
Amb.YutakaKAWASHIMA AncienVice-MinistredesAffairesEtrangeres-MINISTEREDESAFFAIRESETRANGERES
FormerViceMinisterforForeignAffairs-MINISTRYOFFOREIGNAFFAIRS
YoshihikoKOBAYASHI Professeuremerite/Professor-TOKYOUNIVERSITY
AdministrateurDelegue/ExecutiveDirector
'MAISON FRANCO-JAPONAISE' INC.
SawakoTAKEUCHI ProfesseurAssocie/AssociateProfessor
GRADUATESCHOOLOFENGINEERING,UNIVERSITYOFTOKYO
ToruTOYOSHIMA President/Chairman
JAPANECONOMICFOUNDATION
KosukeIMASHIMIZU Directeur,Europe,MoyenOrientetAfrique-DivisionPolitiqueduCommerce
MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE, DU COMMERCE ET DE L'INDUSTRIE
Director,Europe-MiddleEast-AfricaDivision-TradePolicyBureau
MINISTRYOFECONOMY,TRADEANDINDUSTRY
ToshioKAJIKAWA Vice-PresidentetDirecteurGeneral/VicePresidentandChiefExecutiveOfficer
SMI-SOCIETEDEMECANIQUED'IRIGNY-GROUPEKOYO
TeppeiKURITA DirecteurdesOperations/Director,OperationsDepartment
JETROLYON
RyoseiKOKUBUN ProfesseurdeDroitetdeSciencesPolitiques/Professor,FacultyofLawandPolitics
KEIOUNIVERSITY
HiroshiTSUCHIYA DirecteurExecutif/ExecutiveManagingDirector
JAPANECONOMICFOUNDATION
Amb.KazuoOGOURA AmbassadeurduJaponenFrance-AMBASSADEDUJAPON
AmbassadorofJapantoFrance-JAPANESEEMBASSY
Amb.HisashiOWADA President/President
JIIA-THEJAPANINSTITUTEOFINTERNATIONALAFFAIRS

Europe

RaymondBARRE AncienPremierMinistre/FormerFrenchPrimeMinister
DeputeduRhone/MemberofFrenchParliament
Chairman-INSTITUTASPENFRANCE
EveBARRE
PierreBARROUX ChargedeMission-MINISTEREDESAFFAIRESETRANGERES
Representative-FRENCHMINISTRYOFFOREIGNAFFAIRS
ClaudeBASSOU President/President
INTERFINEXA
ElianeBASSOU
Jean-LouisBEFFA PresidentDirecteurGeneral/ChairmanandChiefExecutiveOfficer
COMPAGNIEDESAINT-GOBAIN
RobertBOYER DirecteurdeRecherche/ResearchDirector
CEPREMAP(CNRS)
GeorgesDOUIN DirecteurGeneralAdjoint,Plan-ProduitetOperationsInternationales
AssociateDirectorGeneral,Product-PlanandInternationalOperations
RENAULTS.A.
RaphaelHADAS-LEBEL Conseillerd'Etat/MemberofFrance'sCONSEILD'ETAT
Membre-COMMISSIONDEREGULATIONDEL'ELECTRICITE/Commissioner,ENERGYREGULATIONCOMMISSIONChargedeMissionaupresduPresident/AdvisortothePresident-CONSEILECONOMIQUEETSOCIAL
Vice-President/VicePresident,INSTITUTASPENFRANCE
LordGeoffreyHOWEOFABERAVON AncienMinistredesAffairesEtrangeres/FormerMinisterofForeignAffairs
HOUSEOFLORDS
OlivierMELLERIO Associe/Partner-INTERFINEXA
President/President-INSTITUTASPENFRANCE
PatriceMIGNON President/President
DRESDNERKLEINWORTWASSERSTEINFRANCE
EvaNELL ResponsableduDepartementPrevisionsetRecherche/HeadofPlanningandResearch
DEUTSCHEBANKPRIVATEBANKING
ConsultantAssocie/PartnerandConsultant
INSTITUTFUERANGEWANDTEKREATIVITAET
MichelPINAULT DirecteurGeneral,AsiePacifique/DirectorGeneral,Asia&Pacific
GROUPEAXA
GilbertePINAULT
KarolinePOSTELVINAY Chercheur/Researcher
CENTRED'ETUDESETDERECHERCHESINTERNATIONALES(CERI)
FONDATIONNATIONALEDESSCIENCESPOLITIQUES
ChristianSAUTTER AncienMinistredel'Economie,desFinancesetdel'Indusrie
FormerFrenchMinisterofEconomy,FinancesandIndustry
AdjointauMairedeParis,ChargeduDeveloppementEconomique,del'Emploi
ViceMayorofParis,inchargeofEconomicDeveloppment,FinancesandLabor
Amb.KonradSEITZ AncienAmbassadeurd'AllemagneenChine
FormerAmbassadorofGermanytoChina
MichaelSHORT PresidentDirecteurGeneral/PresidentandChiefExecutiveOfficer
AXAINSURANCEHOLDINGCOMPANYLIMITED
AnthonyTEASDALE ConseillerPolitiqueSenior,GroupeEPP-ED - PARLEMENTEUROPEEN
SeniorPolicyAdviser,EPP-EDGroup-EUROPEANPARLIAMENT JacquelineTEASDALE
Jean-PhilippeTOUFFUT SecretaireGeneral/SecretaryGeneral
CENTRESAINT-GOBAINPOURLARECHERCHEENECONOMIE
Jacques-AndreTROESCH Commissaire-COMMISSIONDEREGULATIONDEL'ELECTRICITE
Commissioner-FRENCHENERGYREGULATIONCOMMISSION
Eh.RupechtVONDRAN President/President
GERMAN-JAPANESEINDUSTRIALCO-OPERATIONCOMMITTEE
JuttaVONDRAN
ThierryWALRAFEN ControleurGeneral/GeneralController
CAISSEDESDEPOTSETCONSIGNATIONS

USA

John CRAWFORD Associé / Partner-in-Charge
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2017年8月 9日

CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2016

Date 9:00 - 12:00 Friday, October 21, 2016
Venue International House of Japan (Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall)
Co-hosted Japan Economic Foundation
China Foreign Affairs University
East Asia Foundation

CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2016
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ProgramPUBLIC SYMPOSIUM
Friday, 21 October, 2016
Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall, International House, Tokyo
The 3rd CJK Cooperation Dialogue
Envisioning a deepening and evolving China-Japan-Korea Partnership:
From sharing information and experiences to creating mutual trust

09:00-09:10 OPENING REMARKSKUSAKA Kazumasa
Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
speech

CHAI Xi
Director, Center for Asia-Pacific Studies, China Foundation of International Studies
Former Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia

GONG Ro-Myung
Chairman, East Asia Foundation (EAF)
Former Korean Foreign Minister

09:10-09:30 KEYNOTE SPEECHUEDA Takayuki
Former Vice-Minister for International Affairs
Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry of Japan (METI)
speech

09:30-10:30 PRESENTATIONModerator: HARAOKA Naoyuki
Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

ECONOMIC SESSIONSpeakers

TAKEMOTO Naokazu
Member of the House of Representatives of Japan
Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (LDP)
Presentation

GAO Haihong
Senior Fellow and Professor, Institute of World Economics and Politics
China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
Presentation

AHN Choong-Yong
Chairman, Korea Commission for Corporate Partnership (KCCP)

ENVIRONMENT SESSIONSpeakers

WANG Xuedong
Associate Professor, Deputy Dean, Institute of Advanced International Studies
Sun Yat-Sen University
Presentation

MATSUSHITA Kazuo
Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University
Senior Fellow, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Examiner, Environmental and Social Guidelines
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Presentation

KIM Sang-Hyup
Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Green Growth, College of Business, KAIST
Chairman, Coalition for Our Common Future
Presentation

10:30-10:50 COFFEE BREAK

10:30-10:50 Q&A

11:50-12:00 SPECIAL SPEECHFUKUDA Yasuo
Former Prime Minister of Japan
Speech

12:00-12:05 CLOSING REMARKSKUSAKA Kazumasa
Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

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SummaryReport (in English)Report (in Japanese)

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CJK Members CJK Members

Welcome Reception

  • Mr. KusakaMr. Kusaka(Japan Representative)
  • Mr. ChaiMr. Chai (China Representative)
  • Mr. GongMr. Gong (ROK Representative)
  • Welcome Reception

Public Symposium

  • Mr. KusakaMr. Kusaka
  • Mr. GongMr. Gong
  • Mr. ChaiMr. Chai
  • Public Symposium
  • Public SymposiumKeynote Speech / Mr. Ueda
  • Public SymposiumModerator / Mr. Haraoka
  • Public Symposium
  • Mr. Takemoto (Japan)Mr. Takemoto (Japan)
  • Ms. Gao (China)Ms. Gao (China)
  • Mr. Ahn (ROK)Mr. Ahn (ROK)
  • Public Symposium
  • Mr. Won (China)Mr. Won (China)
  • Mr. Matsushita (Japan)Mr. Matsushita (Japan)
  • Public Symposium
  • Mr. Kim (ROK)Mr. Kim (ROK)
  • Public Symposium
  • Public Symposium
  • Public Symposium
  • Ms. Gao(China)Ms. Gao(China)
  • Special Speech / Mr. FukudaSpecial Speech / Mr. Fukuda

Luncheon

  • Luncheon Speech / Mr. KojimaLuncheon Speech / Mr. Kojima
  • Luncheon

Closed Roundtable Discussion

  • Closed Roundtable Discussion
  • ROK sideROK side
  • China sideChina side
  • Mr. Urata & Ms. Fukagawa(Japan)Mr. Urata & Ms. Fukagawa(Japan)
  • Closed Roundtable Discussion
  • Mr. Akimoto(Japan)Mr. Akimoto(Japan)
  • Mr. Kim & Mr. Cho (ROK)Mr. Kim & Mr. Cho (ROK)
  • Closed Roundtable Discussion
  • Mr. Moon (ROK)Mr. Moon (ROK)
  • Mr.Haruyama(Japan)Mr.Haruyama(Japan)
  • Mr. Miao(China)Mr. Miao(China)
  • Mr. Matsushita(Japan)Mr. Matsushita(Japan)
  • Closed Roundtable Discussion

CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2015

Overview

Date Wednesday, September 3, 2015
Venue South Lake Hotel, Changchun, China
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
East Asia Foundation

CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2015
CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2015More Pictures

TopicsThe 2nd CJK Cooperation Dialogue

Opening remarksJIANG Ruiping, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University
KUSAKA Kazumasa, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
GONG Ro-Myung, Chairman, East Asia Foundation / Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

[Session 1] Economic Cooperation

  1. What is the prospect of TPP conclusion? Are RCEP and TPP compatible with or even complementary to each other? What can CJK do to lead these two trade blocs to contribute to building an East Asian economic community?
  2. How can CJK enhance their domestic structural reform to ensure the sustainable economic growth, considering the CJK FTA to be pushed forward?
  3. How can CJK contribute to the sustainability of the economic growth in East Asia? There are many constraints caused by such factors as insufficient infrastructure investment and insufficient protection of intellectual property rights, energy and environment on achieving the sustainable economic growth in East Asia. Is it possible for CJK to coordinate in overcoming those constraints?

ModeratorKUSAKA Kazumasa, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

PresentationsAHN Choong-yong, Chairman, Korean Commission on Corporate Partnership / Distinguished Professor of Economics, Chung-Ang University

FUKAGAWA Yukiko, Professor, School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University / Visiting Fellow, Yonsei University
Presentation

JIANG Ruiping, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University
AHN Se Young, Chairman, National Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences / Professor, GSIS, Sogang University

KIMURA Fukunari, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University / Chief Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia
Presentation

LI Guanghui, Vice President, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce

KIL Jeong-Woo, Member of the National Assembly, Saenuri Party, 1st term / Trade, Industry, and Energy Committee

SASAKI Nobuhiko, Adviser, Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. / Former Vice Minister for International Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Presentation

LI Xiao, Professor, Economics School of Jilin University / Director, Sino-Japanese Center for Economic Studies, Jilin University

YOON Deok Ryong, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
Presentation

[Session 2] Environmental Cooperation

  1. How to save "us (CJK)" from the common threats of daily life trans-boundary challenges such as fine dust and yellow dust? How to institutionalize real measures for deepening CJK collaboration?
  2. What are our lessons and experiences in solving air and water pollutions?
  3. How to optimize green trade potential in the context of vitalizing the CJK FTA, reflecting the APEC summit agreement on lowing tariffs by 5% on environmental goods and services from 2015?

ModeratorKIM Sang-Hyup, Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Green Growth, College of Business, KAIST / Former Senior Secretary to the President
Presentation

PresentationsFUJIMOTO Kenichiro, General Manager, Head of Global Environmental Affairs, Department, Environment Division, Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal Corporation
Presentation

LI Liping, Deputy Director, Institute of International Environmental Policy, Policy Research Center for Environment and Economy, Ministry of Environmental Protection, PRC
Presentation(in Chinese)

MATSUSHITA Kazuo, Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University / Senior Fellow, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Presentation

ZHANG Haibin, Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University
Presentation(in Chinese)

CHUNG Suh-Yong, Professor, Division of International Studies, Korea University
HUAN Qingzhi, Professor of Environmental Politics, School of Marxism, Peking University
Presentation

Closing RemarksJIANG Ruiping, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University

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CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2014

Overview

Date Thursday, November 13, 2014
CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2014CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2014
Venue Maple Hall on the 4th Floor at the Plaza Hotel, Seoul, Korea
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
East Asia Foundation

CJK Cooperation Dialogue 2014More Pictures

TopicsThe 1st CJK Cooperation Dialogue
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Seoul, Korea

Opening remarks and Introduction of each delegation- ZHANG Yunling, Professor and Director of International Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
Opening remarks

- KUSAKA Kazumasa, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Opening remarks

- GONG Ro-Myung, Chairman, East Asia Foundation / former Minister of Foreign Affairs
Opening remarks

Session 1: Political Economy of FTAs

  1. Who are the winners and the losers?: Actual impact on growth and welfare
  2. Government responses: Challenges and limitation of compensation mechanism
  3. Long-term effects: economic, political, and social implications

ModeratorZHANG Yunling, Professor and Director of International Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)

Chinese panelists- QU Bo, Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Institute of International Relations, China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
Talking Points

- SHEN Minghui, Associate Professor and Director of the Research Division of National Institute of International Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
Talking Points

- ZHU Caihua, Professor and Dean of School of International Economics, China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)
Talking Points

Japanese panelists- FUKAGAWA Yukiko, Visiting Fellow, Center for Development Studies/ Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge University
Talking Points

- SHIOTA Makoto, President, SME support, Japan (Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation, JAPAN)
Talking Points
- URATA Shujiro, Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University
Talking Points

Korean panelists- CHOO Mi-Ae, Member of the 19th National Assembly Republic of Korea, New Politics Alliance for Democracy Party / Trade, Industry and Energy Committee
Talking Points

- KIL Jeong-Woo, Member of the 19th National Assembly Republic of Korea, Saenuri Party / Trade, Industry and Energy Committee
Talking Points
- AHN Choong Yong, Chairman, Korean Commission on Corporate Partnership / Distinguished Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Chung-Ang University
Talking Points
- AHN Dukgeun, Associate Dean of International Affairs / Professor, GSIS, Seoul National University
Talking Points

LuncheonKey note speech by CHOO Mi-Ae, Member of the 19th National Assembly Republic of Korea, New Politics Alliance for Democracy Party / Trade, Industry and Energy Committee
Key note speech

Session2: Emerging Environmental Concerns and Trilateral Cooperation

  1. Identifying trans-boundary pollution problems
  2. Economic, social and ecological consequences
  3. Devising trilateral cooperation

ModeratorKIM Sang-Hyup, Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Green Growth, KAIST / Chairman, Coalition for Our Common Future

Chinese panelists- HUAN Qingzhi, Professor, School of Marxism, Peking University
Talking Points

- WANG Xuedong, Professor, Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Sun Yat-sen University
Talking Points

Japanese panelists- YAMAGUCHI Mitsutsune, Visiting Professor, Komaba Organization for Educational Excellence (KOMEX), College of Arts and Science, The University of Tokyo
Talking Points

- IBUKA Shigehito, Executive Director, Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI); Division Manager, Environment and Safety, Quality Management Center, HORIBA
Talking Points

Korean panelists- SHIN Eui Soon, Professor of Economics, Yonsei University
Talking Points

- JEON Eui-Chan, Professor of Environment and Energy, Sejong University
Talking Points

- CHUNG Suh-Yong, Professor, Division of International Studies, Korea University
Talking Points

Closed Session: Setting Future Agendas(*only for the delegations)

ModeratorKUSAKA Kazumasa, Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)

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SummarySummary (in English) Summary (in Japanese)

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Februay 22-23, 2011

Date Februay 22-23, 2011
JEF-AEI 2011JEF-AEI 2011
Venue Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Jiji Press Bldg., 11th Floor
5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundaion (JEF)
11 Fl., Jiji Press Bldg., 5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061 JAPAN
TEL: (81-3)5565-4821
FAX: (81-3)5565-4828
URL: http://www.jef.or.jp/
American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
1150 17th St., NW, Washington, DC 20036 U.S.A.
TEL: (1-202)862-7160
FAX: (1-202)862-4877
URL: http://www.aei.org/
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Topics Session 1 Political Outlook in Japan and the United States
Session 2 Coping with Changing Security Environment in Asia
Session 3 Trade Issue
Session 4 Global Economy and Finance
Part-1 Global Economic and Financial Outlook
Part-2 Emerging Shape of the World Economy and Financial
Systems After the Crises
Summary Summary
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(Februay 22-23, 2011)

Japan side

Satoshi Akimoto Acting General Manager, Corporate Strategy & Research Department, Mitsubishi Corporation
Naoyuki Haraoka Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Akinari Horii Special Adviser to the president, Canon Institute for Global Studies
Satoshi Ikeuchi Associate Professor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo
Toshinori Kanemoto Attorney at Law, City-Yuwa Partners
Keiro Kitagami Member of the House of Representatives, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)
Akira Kojima Senior Research Fellow, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
Hidehiro Konno Member of the Board, Mitsubishi Corporation (Co-chair)
Ryo Kubota Chairman, President & CEO, Acucela Inc.
Makoto Kuroda President, Center for Information on Strategic Trade Control (CISTEC)
Tadashi Nakamae President, Nakamae International Economic Research
Hidehiko Nishiyama Director-General for International Trade Policy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Shinichi Saito Director of International Affairs, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Takashi Shiraishi Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS); President, Institute of Developing Economies-JETRO (Keynote speaker at the dinner on the 22nd of February)
Masakazu Toyoda Chairman and CEO of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ); former Vice Minister of METI
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance Company Limited
Noboru Yamaguchi Lieutenant General, JGSDF (Ret.); Professor of military history and strategy, National Defense Academy

US side

Alan J. Auerbach Robert D. Burch Professor of Economics and Law, director of the Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance
Michael Auslin Director of Japan Studies, AEI (Co-chair)
Claude Barfield Resident Scholar, AEI
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, AEI
Kevin A. Hassett Senior Fellow and Director of Economic Policy Studies, AEI (Co-chair)
Adam Lerrick Visiting Scholar, AEI
Phill I. Levy Resident Scholar, AEI
Peter J. Wallison Arthur F. Burns Fellow in Financial Policy Studies, AEI

January 25-26, 2010

Date January 25-26, 2010
JEF-AEI 2010JEF-AEI 2010
Venue The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research(AEI)
1150 17th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036
U.S.A.
TEL: (1-202) 862-7160
FAX: (1-202) 862-4877
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Jiji Press Bldg. 11F, 5-15-8 Ginza
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Japan
TEL: (81-3) 5565-4824
FAX: (81-3) 5565-4828
URL:http://www.jef.or.jp/
American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
1150 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
U.S.A.
TEL: (1-202) 862-7160
FAX: (1-202) 862-4877
URL: http://aei.org/
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Topics Session I: Political Outlook in Japan and the United States- New leadership in Tokyo and Washington
Session II: The Global Economic Crisis One Year Later Part I: Global Economic Outlook
Session III: The Global Economic Crisis One Year Later Part II: Economic Outlook in Japan and the United States
Session IV: Security in Northeast Asia: New Challenges posed by North Korea
Session V: Economic and Financial Policies of China, Japan, and The United States
Session VI: Trade Issues: APEC, WTO, and U.S. Bilateral Trade Agreements in Asia
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(January 25-26, 2010)

Japan side

Satohiro Akimoto SVP & General Manager, Washington Office, Mitsubishi International Corporation
Kenji Goto Minister, Embassy of Japan
Noboru Hatakeyam Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Ryuichi Kataoka Director, Policy Planning and Research Division, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI)
Keiro Kitabgami Member of the House of Representatives, The Democratic Party of Japan
Akira Kojima Trustee & Senior Fellow, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
Hidehiro Konno Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Corporation (co-chair)
Ryo Kubota Chairman, President & CEO, ACUCELA Inc.
Junichiro Kuroda Special Advisor to the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI) and Director, JETRO New York
Makoto Kuroda President, Center for Information on Strategic Trade Control(CISTEC)
Ukeru Magosaki Former Japanese Ambassador to Iran /Former professor of National Defense Academy of Japan
Hidehiko Nishiyama Director-General for International Trade Policy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Akihiko Tamura Councilor for APEC, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance Company Limited
Shunji Yanai Judge, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea / Former Japanese Ambassador to the U.S.

US side

Michael Auslin Resident Scholar, AEI (co-chair)
Claude Barfield Resident Scholar, AEI
Dan Blumenthal Resident Fellow, AEI
Karlyn Bowman Senior Fellow, AEI
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, AEI
Kevin Hasset Senior Fellow and Director of Economic Policy Studies, AEI
Desmond Lachman Resident Fellow, AEI
Phil Levy Resident Scholar, AEI
Robert Madsen Senior Fellow, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
John H. Makin Visiting Scholar, AEI (co-chair)
Allan Meltzer Visiting Scholar, AEI
Vincent Reinhart Resident Scholar, AEI
Tak Sonoda American Honda
Phill Swagel Visiting Scholar, AEI

February 26(Thur)-27(Fri), 2009

Date February 26(Thur)-27(Fri), 2009
JEF-AEI 2009JEF-AEI 2009
Venue Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Jiji Press Bldg., 11th Floor
5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
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Topics Session 1: Political Outlook in Japan and the United States based on Key Challenges
Session 2: Economic Outlook in Japan and the United States~ Global Economic Crisis
Session 3: Trade Issues: WTO Round, Regional Economic Integration in Asia-Pacific
Session 4: Geopolitical & Strategic Implications of the Global Economic Crisis
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(February 26(Thur)-27(Fri), 2009)

Michael Auslin Resident Scholar, AEI
Claude Barfield Resident Scholar, AEI
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, AEI
Peter Wallison Arthur F. Burns Fellow in Financial Policy Studies, AEI
Naoyuki Haraoka Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman & CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Yoshimasa Hayashi Member, House of Councilors
Kuniko Inoguchi Member, House of Representatives *
Kazumasa Iwata President, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) Cabinet Office
Toshinori Kanemoto Attorney at Law, City-Yuwa Partners
Yoshiyuki Kasai Chairman, Central Japan Railway Company (JR-Central)
Keichiro Kobayashi Senior Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry IAA (RIETI)
Akira Kojima Trustee & Senior Fellow, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
Hidehiro Konno Chairman and CEO, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI)
Makoto Kuroda President, Center for Information on Strategic Trade Control (CISTEC)
Tadashi Nakamae President, Nakamae International Economic Research (NIER)
Michitaka Nakatomi President of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
Tatsuya Terazawa Director of Economic and Industrial Policy Division, Economic and Industry Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Masakazu Toyoda Secretary-General of Secretariat of Headquarters for Space Policy, Cabinet Secretariat, Advisor to Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance Company Limited

*lunch only

November 29(Thur)-30(Fri), 2007

Date November 29(Thur)-30(Fri), 2007
JEF-AEI 2007JEF-AEI 2007
Venue American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
1150 Seventeenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
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Topics Session I: Economic Outlook in Japan and the United States:The Sub-prime and Credit Issue
Session II: Economic and Financial Policies of China, Japan, and the United States
Session III: Political Outlook in Japan and the United States
Session IV: Japanese, Chinese, and U.S. Joint Security Issues:North Korea and Asia
Session V: Trade Issues: WTO Round, Japan-U.S. Free Trade Agreements, and Asian Trade Issues
Session VI: China and Asia in the Global Economy
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(November 29(Thur)-30(Fri), 2007)

Michael Auslin Resident Scholar in Asian Studies, AEI
Claude Barfield Resident Scholar in International Trade and Finance, AEI
Karlyn Bowman Senior Fellow in Political Studies, AEI
Robert Dugge Managing Director, Tudor Investment Company
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, AEI
Kenji Goto Minister, Embassy of Japan
Christopher Griffin Research Fellow in Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, AEI
Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Kazumasa Iwata Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan
Toshinori Kanemoto Former Director of Cabinet Intelligence, Cabinet Secretariat; Attorney at Law, City-Yuwa Partners
Junichiro Kuroda Special Advisor to the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI) and Director, JETRO New York
Makoto Kuroda President, World Economic Information Service (WEIS)
Desmond Lachman Resident Fellow in General Economics, AEI
Adam Lerrick Visiting Scholar in General Economics, AEI
Phil Levy Resident Scholar in International Trade and Development, AEI
Robert Madsen Senior Fellow, Center for International Studies, MIT
John Makin Visiting Scholar, AEI
Allan Meltzer Visiting Scholar in General Economics, AEI
Ryo Minami Chief Representative, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI), New York
Naruki Mori Chief Representative, Bank of Japan, Representative Office in Washington DC
Tadashi Nakamae President, Nakamae International Economic Research (NIER)
Alex Pollock Resident Fellow in Financial Market Studies, AEI
Vincent Reinhart Resident Scholar in Economic Policy, AEI
Phillip Swagel Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy, U.S. Department of theTreasury
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance Company Limited

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November 16th(Thur)-17(Fri), 2006

Date November 16th(Thur)-17(Fri), 2006
JEF-AEI 2006JEF-AEI 2006
Venue Japan Economic Foundation
Jiji Press Bldg., 11F, 2-2, 5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
TEL: 03-5565-4821 FAX: 03-5565-4828
Co-hosted Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
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Program Session 1:Economic Outlook of Japan and the United States
Session 2:Japan and US Trade Relations in the context of Asian Regional Integration (FTA)
Session 3: Political Outlook in Japan and the United States
Session 4 : Japanese, Chinese, and U.S. Joint Security Issues:North Korea and Asia
Session 5: Economic and Financial Policies of China, Japan and the United States
Session 6: China in the Global Economy
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(November 16th(Thur)-17(Fri), 2006)

Japan

Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Junichi Hattori Chairman and CEO, Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII)
Kazumasa Iwata Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan
Toshinori Kanemoto Former Director of Cabinet Intelligence, Cabinet Secretariat
Yoshiyuki Kasai Chairman, Central Japan Railway Company (JR-Central)
Akira Kojima Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
Hidehiro Konno Chairman and CEO, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI)
Makoto Kuroda President, Center for Information on Security Trade Control
President, World Economic Information Service (WEIS)
Adviser, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Nobutaka Machimura Former Minister for Foreign Affairs
Member of the House of Representatives, Liberal Democratic Party
Tadashi Nakamae President, Nakamae International Economic Research
Masao Nishimura Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Akihiko Tamura Visiting Fellow, East Asian International Economic Law & Policy Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman, AXA Life Insurance Company Limited Senior Fellow, The Japan Research Institute, Limited Member of the Supervisory Committee of The Norinchukin Bank
Taizo Yakushiji Member of the Council for Science and Technology Policy, Cabinet Office Executive research director of the Institute for International Policy Studies Member of the law faculty of Keio University

US

Claude Barfield Resident Scholar, AEI
Dan Blumenthal Resident Fellow in Asian Studies, AEI
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, AEI
Christopher Griffin Research Associate in Asian Studies, AEI
Adam Lerrick Visiting Scholar, AEI
John H. Makin Visiting Scholar, AEI
Danielle Pletka Vice President for Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, AEI
Alex J. Pollock Resident Fellow, AEI

China

Harvey Zhaohui Chen President, The First Light Academy of Economics and Management
The First Light Academy College of Finance and Management, Shanghai
Yu Yongding (invited) Director-General and Senior Fellow,
Institute of World Economics and Politics,
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)Professor,
Department of World Economics,
Post-Graduate School of CASS

May 2nd(Mon)-3rd(Tue), 2005

Date May 2nd(Mon)-3rd(Tue), 2005
JEF-AEI 2005JEF-AEI 2005
Venue American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036-4600
TEL: 1-202-862-5800 FAX: 1-202-862-7177
Co-hosted Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
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Program Session I: U.S. and Japanese Economies, Financial Markets, and Policies
Session II: Political Outlook and Trade Issues in the United States and Japan
Session III: Changing Economic and Political Role of China in Asia:Implications for Japan and the United States
Session IV: Japanese and U.S. Joint Security Issues
Session V: Global Economic Outlook and the Role of Supra-National Institutions
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(May 2nd(Mon)-3rd(Tue), 2005)

Japanese Participants

Hatakeyama Noboru Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Ishii Hiroaki Minister, Embassy of Japan in the United States
Iwata Kazumasa Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan
Kasai Yoshiyuki Chairman, Central Japan Railway Company (JR-Central)
Kojima Akira Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
Konno Hidehiro Chairman and CEO, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI)
Kuroda Makoto President, World Economic Information Service (WEIS) and Adviser, Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
Nakamae Tadashi President, Nakamae International Economic Research

American Participants

Daniel Blumenthal Resident fellow and director of the Asian Studies Program,American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Karlyn H. Bowman Resident fellow at American Enterprise Institute (AEI)and Senior editor of The American Enterprise magazine
Charles W. Calomiris Visiting scholar and the co-director of the Project on Financial Dregulation at American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Nicholas Eberstadt Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy ,American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and Senior Adviser to the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)
Eric M. Engen Former-resident scholar at American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Kevin A. Hassett Director of Economic Policy Studies and Resident Scholar,American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Desmond Lachman Resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
James R. Lilley Senior fellow in Asian studies, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Lawrence B. Lindsey President and Chief Executive Officer, Lindsey Group
John H. Makin Visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Allan H. Meltzer Visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy at Carnegie Mellon University.
Gary Saxonhouse Visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

January 15-16, 2004

Date January 15-16, 2004
JEF-AEI 2004JEF-AEI 2004
Venue Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
Jiji Press Bldg., 11F, 2-2, 5-15-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
TEL: 03-5565-4824 / FAX: 03-5565-4828
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation(JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
Participants List
Topics Session I: Japanese and U.S. Economies, Financial Markets, and Policies
Session II: Political Outlook in Japan and the U.S.
Session III: Trade and Investment Issues and Free Trade Areas
Session IV: Joint Security Issues and the Role of Japan and the U.S. in the World
Session V: Global Economic Outlook
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(January 15-16, 2004)

(Alphabetical order of surname)

Karlyn H. Bowman Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Eric M. ENGEN Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Noboru HATAKEYAMA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Japan Economic Foundation
Junichi HATTORI Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Seiko Instruments, Inc.
Ryozo HAYASHI Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry (RIETI)
R. Glenn HUBBARD Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute and Russell L. Carson Professor of Economics and Finance, Columbia Business School
Kazumasa IWATA Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan
Akira KOJIMA Managing Director and Editorial Page Editor, Nihon Keizai Shimbun
Fumiaki KUBO Professor of Faculty of Law, Tokyo University and Visiting Professor of Faculty of Law, Keio University
Haruhiko KURODA * Dinner Keynote Speaker * Special Advisor of Japanese Cabinet Office and Former Vice Minister for International Affairs of Japanese Ministry of Finance
Makoto KURODA Adviser, Japan Economic Foundation and President, World Economic Information Service
Lawrence B. LINDSEY President, Lindsey Group
Robyn LIM Professor of International Relations, Nanzan University
Nobutaka MACHIMURA Director-General of Election Bureau, Liberal Democratic Party of Japan
John H. MAKIN Resident Scholar and Director of Fiscal Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Tadashi NAKAMAE President, Nakamae International Economic Research
Keisuke SADAMORI Director of Americas Division, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry
Nobuo TANAKA Director-General of Multilateral Trade System Department, Trade Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry
Hiroshi TSUCHIYA Executive Managing Director, Japan Economic Foundation
Mikio WAKATSUKI Chairman of the Board of Counselors, Japan Research Institute
Peter J. WALLISON Resident Fellow and Co-director of Financial Deregulation Project, American Enterprise Institute

April 29-30, 2002

Date April 29-30, 2002
Venue American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036-4600
Tel 202-862-5800 Fax 202-862-7177
Sponsors Japan Economic Foundation (JEF)
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI)
Participants List
Topics Session I: U.S. and Japanese Economies, Financial Markets, and Policies
Session II: Political Outlook in the United States and Japan
Session III: U.S.-Japan Trade Issues, the Roles of the WTO and China
Session IV: Japanese and U.S. Joint Security Issues, North Korea, and Terrorism
Session V: Global Economic Outlook and the Role of Supra-National Institutions
Summary  
Chairman's Speech  

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4.Participants(April 29-30, 2002)

(Alphabetical order of surname)

David L. Asher senior adviser in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs at the U.S. Department of State
Claude E. Barfield resident scholar and the director of trade and science policy studies and technology policy studies at AEI
Karlyn H. Bowman resident fellow at the AEI and the "gOpinion Pulse" h editor for The American Enterprise, the Institute's flagship magazine.
Charles W. Calomiris Arthur F. Burns Scholar in Economics at AEI and Paul M. Montrone Professor of Finance and Economics at the Columbia University School of Business.
Robert H. Dugger Managing director of the Tudor Investment Corporation
Nicholas N. Eberstadt Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy at AEI and a member of Harvard University's Center for Population and Development Studies
James K. Glassman resident fellow at AEI and the host of TechCentralStation.com
G. William Hoagland Staff director of the U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget
R. Glenn Hubbard Chairman of the U.S. President's Council of Economic Advisers
Kazumasa Iwata Director-general in charge of economic assessment and policy analysis for the Japanese Cabinet Office and concurrently a professor at the Department of Advanced Social and International Studies at the University of Tokyo
Yasuhiro Kawaguchi Economic counselor at the Embassy of Japan in Washington, D.C.
Akira Kojima Managing director and chief editorial page editor of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun.
Makoto Kuroda President of the World Economic Information Service and of the Center for Information on Security Trade Control
James R. Lilley Senior fellow at AEI and a senior adviser of the Institute for Global Chinese Affairs at the University of Maryland, College Park
Nobutaka Machimura Representative of the Japanese Diet and the acting secretary-general of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (LDP)
John H. Makin Resident scholar and director of fiscal policy studies at AEI.
Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy at Carnegie Mellon University and a visiting scholar at AEI
Naoko Munakata Senior fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade, and Industry (RIETI) and a visiting scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C.
Katsuhiro Nakagawa Managing director of the Toyota Motor Co.
Tadashi Nakamae President of Nakamae International Economic Research
Adam Posen Senior fellow at the Institute for International Economics
Yoshihiro Sakai Fellow at AEI
Nicholas Sargen Managing director of J.P. Morgan and the chief investment strategist for private clients
Gary Saxonhouse Professor of economics at the University of Michigan and the director of its Committee on Comparative and Historical Research on Market Economies
Joseph R. Schmuckler Chief operating officer, as well as a member of the Board of Directors and Management Committee, of Nomura Holding America
Mikio Wakatsuki Chairman of the Board of Counselors at the Japan Research Institute
Peter J. Wallison Resident fellow and as the codirector of its program on financial market deregulation
Taizo Yakushiji Executive research director of the Institute for International Policy Studies and a member of the law faculty of Keio University
Jai-Hoon Yang