Japan

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29th May 20, 1:42pm
Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
[Updated]
Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
29th May 20, 1:42pm
3rd May 20, 6:31am
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
3rd May 20, 6:31am
3rd Mar 20, 10:21am
John Mauldin argues monetary policy tools are not designed for a coronavirus type situation but government fiscal stimulus may help us 'muddle through' the crisis
John Mauldin argues monetary policy tools are not designed for a coronavirus type situation but government fiscal stimulus may help us 'muddle through' the crisis
3rd Mar 20, 10:21am
2nd Mar 20, 11:54am
Keith Woodford says the implications of coronavirus COVID-19 have become much starker for New Zealand as the virus goes global
Keith Woodford says the implications of coronavirus COVID-19 have become much starker for New Zealand as the virus goes global
2nd Mar 20, 11:54am
21st Feb 20, 10:00am
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Massey University's GDP Live team with the ageing, shrinking, Japanese population, the bug with the billion dollar bite, flexible workspaces, coronavirus price gouging, the re-rise of Aussie houses and is the world now ready for plant-based meat?
Massey University's GDP Live team with the ageing, shrinking, Japanese population, the bug with the billion dollar bite, flexible workspaces, coronavirus price gouging, the re-rise of Aussie houses and is the world now ready for plant-based meat?
21st Feb 20, 10:00am
15th Feb 20, 2:05pm
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 is a black swan event that is likely to have larger effects across the New Zealand and global economy than currently recognised, but with New Zealand agri-food likely to be buffered
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 is a black swan event that is likely to have larger effects across the New Zealand and global economy than currently recognised, but with New Zealand agri-food likely to be buffered
15th Feb 20, 2:05pm
27th Jan 20, 9:46am
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Lee Jong-Wha urges governments to enact sweeping structural reforms to avoid long-term economic stagnation
Lee Jong-Wha urges governments to enact sweeping structural reforms to avoid long-term economic stagnation
27th Jan 20, 9:46am
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
6th Sep 19, 10:00am
Gareth Vaughan on the colourful media coverage of Brexit, the Amazon fires, Japanese companies' huge cash pile, a chilling message from Xi Jinping, and the Panama Papers movie
Gareth Vaughan on the colourful media coverage of Brexit, the Amazon fires, Japanese companies' huge cash pile, a chilling message from Xi Jinping, and the Panama Papers movie
6th Sep 19, 10:00am
2nd Jul 19, 1:30pm
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It is not true that Japan's experience proves that Modern Monetary Theory works, as some have argued. But increasing deficit-financed spending, in Japan and elsewhere, may still have merit, despite inflationary risks
It is not true that Japan's experience proves that Modern Monetary Theory works, as some have argued. But increasing deficit-financed spending, in Japan and elsewhere, may still have merit, despite inflationary risks
2nd Jul 19, 1:30pm
15th Apr 19, 11:35am
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
15th Apr 19, 11:35am
16th Oct 18, 6:19am
China side-lined in NZ/Japan talks on development in the Pacific and the CPTPP
China side-lined in NZ/Japan talks on development in the Pacific and the CPTPP
16th Oct 18, 6:19am
1st Jun 18, 10:00am
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on the Top 10 risks to the Kiwi economy; weak income growth, trade war, agriculture risks, the Springbok induced 2008 global financial crisis & more
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on the Top 10 risks to the Kiwi economy; weak income growth, trade war, agriculture risks, the Springbok induced 2008 global financial crisis & more
1st Jun 18, 10:00am
9th Feb 18, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific, including the return of the TPP, One Belt, One Road, one court, Trump tariffs, fake goods, the US borrows from China and more  
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific, including the return of the TPP, One Belt, One Road, one court, Trump tariffs, fake goods, the US borrows from China and more  
9th Feb 18, 10:02am
27th Jan 18, 11:35am
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With most Japanese economic metrics improving except inflation, the Bank of Japan is between a rock and a hard place in deciding the policy course. Takatoshi Ito reviews their options
With most Japanese economic metrics improving except inflation, the Bank of Japan is between a rock and a hard place in deciding the policy course. Takatoshi Ito reviews their options
27th Jan 18, 11:35am
17th Jan 18, 9:52am
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Jacob Shapiro on the coming conflict between China and Japan, Persia rises, oil’s glass ceiling, shuffling deck chairs on Europe & NAFTA’s resilience
Jacob Shapiro on the coming conflict between China and Japan, Persia rises, oil’s glass ceiling, shuffling deck chairs on Europe & NAFTA’s resilience
17th Jan 18, 9:52am
6th Oct 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific including a new couple, an old & odd couple, arbitration of the Belt and Road, the Kra Canal proposal, capping population & more 
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific including a new couple, an old & odd couple, arbitration of the Belt and Road, the Kra Canal proposal, capping population & more 
6th Oct 17, 10:02am
30th Jun 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang on China and the US addressing their beef, the growing global population, Asia's cost challenges, the return of the conglomerate, protectionism vs 'what's appropriate', Japan steps on to the Belt Road...gingerly, and more
Siah Hwee Ang on China and the US addressing their beef, the growing global population, Asia's cost challenges, the return of the conglomerate, protectionism vs 'what's appropriate', Japan steps on to the Belt Road...gingerly, and more
30th Jun 17, 10:02am
25th May 17, 11:44am
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Minxin Pei sees a strategic opportunity for India and Japan to counterbalance China with a new trade bloc
Minxin Pei sees a strategic opportunity for India and Japan to counterbalance China with a new trade bloc
25th May 17, 11:44am
10th Feb 17, 9:59am
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Motu researchers on the political benefits of destruction, Bill's datatopia, why meddling governments make you happy, the productivity gap, the Fed and fiscal policy, scaling the depths of bad puns and more
Motu researchers on the political benefits of destruction, Bill's datatopia, why meddling governments make you happy, the productivity gap, the Fed and fiscal policy, scaling the depths of bad puns and more
10th Feb 17, 9:59am

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