4.Participants(Monday, September 19 - Wednesday, September 21, 2005)

Japanese Study Group Team Member

Noboru Hatakeyama Chairman and CEO, Japan Economic Foundation
Akira Kojima Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research
Makoto Kojima Professor, Faculty of International Development, Takushoku University
Sakutaro Tanino Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to India and People's Republic of China, Director of Toshiba Corporation, Visiting Professor of Waseda University

U.S. Study Group Team Member

Kenneth Dam Max Pam Professor Emeritus of American and Foreign Law, University of Chicago Law School; former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury; former Deputy Secretary of State
Marvin Gottlieb President, M. Gottlieb Associates
Robert Madsen Senior Fellow, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael Moskow President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Jeffrey Neal Retired Chairman, Global Investment Banking Group, Merrill Lynch & Co. William H. Overholt, Director, Center for Asia Pacific Policy, RAND
Marina v.N Whitman, Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and Ross School of Business, University of Michigan; former Vice President and Group Executive, Public Affairs Staffs, General Motors Corporation.
Janet Yellen President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Cosponsoring Organizations

Marshall M. Bouton President, The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
Jennifer Faust Assistant Director of Studies, Pacific Council on International Policy
Geoffrey Garrett President, Pacific Council on International Policy
Masaru Inoue Director, Operations Department, Japan Economic Foundation
Asuka Niwa Japan Economic Foundation
Nozomu Oriuchi Conference Manager, Zom International, Inc.
Christopher Whitney Director for Studies, The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations

Other Participants

Joydeep Mukherji Director, Sovereign Ratings Group, Standard & Poor's
Lyric Hughes Hale Publisher and Chief Executive Officer, China Online Inc.
Leonard Schoppa Associate Professor, Department of Politics, University of Virginia