Recherche Carnet de chercheur

CARNETS DE CHERCHEURS



Les Carnets de chercheurs, une collection rassemblant les contributions des chercheurs invités et des chercheurs associés de la FFJ, ont deux objectifs principaux. C’est à la fois un moyen de promouvoir les recherches de nos invités auprès des autres chercheurs de l’EHESS, mais également, par leur format à visée pédagogique, un moyen de faire découvrir à un public plus large, la diversité des études sur le Japon et l’Asie.



Toshiyuki MATSUURA
08/11/2017

How Do Japanese Manufacturing Firms React to the Surge of Imports from China?

Toshiyuki Matsuura examine la façon dont les entreprises japonaises réagissent à l’augmentation des importations provenant de pays en développement tels que la Chine. Il s’intéresse en particulier à la hausse de la qualité de la marchandise ainsi qu’à ses changements en utilisant des données exhaustives sur la base de la production dans les usines. 

Lire la suite


Glenda ROBERTS
25/10/2017

Urban Salary women in Contemporary Japan: Models for a neo-liberal Japan?

Son projet de recherche consiste en une étude qualitative et longitudinale d'un ensemble de femmes pionnières dans la "normalisation" du modèle de l'emploi à vie féminin pour le même employeur, comme c'est le cas depuis longtemps pour leurs homologues masculins, les 'sarariman' ('salarymen') japonais (Rohlen, 1979; Osawa, 1993, 1994; Robertson and Suzuki, 2003; Gagne, 2010; Dasgupta, 2013).

Lire la suite


Shiho NISHIYAMA
18/10/2017

Comparative Analysis of the Urban Governance in Divided Society and Social Innovations Created by Social Enterprises in Europe

Ses recherches visent à éclairer les méchanismes de gouvernance urbaine qui facilitent l'émergence de nouveaux mouvements au sein des organisations la société civile et la durabilité des innovations sociales promouvant une régénération urbaine en comparant les cas de Yokohama (Japon) et Nantes (France).

Lire la suite


Yukinobu KITAMURA
22/09/2017

Transferts intergénérationnels et fiscalité des successions au Japon

Yukinobu Kitamura mène actuellement un projet de recherche portant sur les transferts intergénérationnels et la fiscalité des successions. Dans un contexte de vieillissement de la société et de stagnation prolongée, il est devenu essentiel au Japon comme en Europe de repenser les activités de transfert de dons et d'identifier la taille des flux d'héritages et de donations au sein des ménages.

Lire la suite


Francis D. KIM
30/08/2017

When Family Capitalism Meets Shareholder Activism: South Korea

Ce carnet est un aperçu des recherches actuelles de Francis D. Kim et cherchent à comprendre - à travers le récent scandale en Corée du Sud - la structure sous-jacente poussant à l'imbrication des familles dirigeantes des groupes d'affaire coréens, basée sur  de nouvelles applications des politiques libérales et d'interactions stratégiques avec les investisseurs militants, afin de récupérer les investissements familiaux grâce à la Loi sur les sociétés holding.

Lire la suite


Nam LEE
21/08/2017

Under what circumstances can a latecomer surge to be the global player? The Case of Samsung Electronics in Korea

Cette étude vise à une nouvelle perspective sur Samsung Electronics Co., plutôt que de la comprendre en tant que filiale du groupe Samsung, nous l’examinerons d’un point de vue indépendant et de son rôle effectif de leader mondial dans l’industrie électronique. Nous nous attacherons à identifier les événements clés d’un point de vue du rattrapage technologique et de la mondialisation.

Lire la suite


Greg DE ST. MAURICE
18/07/2017

Cuisines nationales et frontières cuilinaires: une étude de cas sur la cuisine japonaise

Mon projet de recherche dans le cadre de la Chaire Air Liquide 2017 examine le discours sur la cuisine japonaise et ses itérations en dehors du Japon à travers l'analyse des "frontières". Les frontières et les limites n'affectent pas les cuisines d'une manière aussi claire ou évidente que les produits agricoles et les aliments, leurs effets sont néanmoins profonds.

Lire la suite


Ai NISHIMURA
06/07/2017

Politique environnementale urbaine et aménagement du territoire pour la transformation de la mobilité

Ce projet de recherche étudiera le rôle des politiques publiques et des communautés locales dans le développement de services de mobilité durables et en particulier les effets de la politique urbaine environnementale et de l'aménagement du territoire sur la demande des consommateurs et l'approvisionnement des constructeurs automobiles.

Lire la suite


Oliviero FRATTOLILLO
21/06/2017

Dialogue dipolomatique nippo-européen dans une perspective historique

During the Cold War years, the bipolar system that resulted in the Japanese-European response was definitely the systemic variable. In the pure realist anarchy, especially related to the first bipolar phase, the transpacific axis became, in fact, the expression of a bilateralism within which high political issues were gradually (...)

Lire la suite



Kazuyuki MOTOHASHI
11/05/2017

New innovation policies in science based economy era: Empirical analysis by linked dataset of scientific papers, patents and firm level financial data

This research proposal addresses the questions of new innovation policies in science based economy era as “to what extent scientific activities at universities and PRIs contribute to industrial innovation?” and “what are new innovation policies for maximizing the impact of scientific activities, without damaging academic integrity at research sector?”.

Lire la suite


Toshiaki TANAKA
07/04/2017

A study of new technologies of personal mobility and robot suit for the elderly and persons with disabilities.

The aim of the present study is to investigate innovative technology for sustainable mobility, particularly scientific technology that could improve mobility for the elderly and disabled.

Lire la suite


 
Ulrich VOLZ
03/02/2017

Japanese Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy and the Hollowing-out of Japanese Industry

This research project aims to investigate the effects of Japanese monetary and exchange rate policy on the hollowing out of the Japanese industrial sector in two ways: an econometric analysis using new data for industry‐specific real effective exchange rates to gauge the effects of yen fluctuations on the output and exports of different Japanese industries on the one hand, and a detailed investigation of the drivers behind the outsourcing of domestic manufacturing production from Japan to other parts of Asia and the role that the yen’s external value has played in the emergence of the regional trade production network.

Lire la suite



Naoko ABE
24/01/2017
How can we understand the differences between France and Japan in the growth of shared mobility services? The paradox of trust and its social construction.

The research project aims to understand the differences between France and Japan in the development of shared mobility service by considering the question of trust in unknown people as a key to the growth of a new mobility system from three viewpoints: societal concerns, service strategies and economical aspect.

Lire la suite



Sachiyo KANZAKI
09/01/2017
Concentration unipolaire à Tokyo et l’émergence du discours régionaliste du Kansaï

La concentration socioéconomique autour de Tokyo se poursuit au Japon. Cette tendance est même accélérée depuis l’époque postindustrielle, contrairement à la théorie estimant qu’elle s’apaiserait avec la fin de l’exode rural (Toffler 1980). (...)

Lire la suite


 
Takeki SUNAKAWA
07/12/2016
Implications of the effective lower bound on nominal interest rates in the Japanese economy
As it is well known, the Japanese economy has been stuck in a liquidity trap for more than two decades. After the collapse of the bubble economy in the late 1980s, the Bank of Japan lowered its target for the uncollateralized overnight call rate to 0.5% in 1995.(...)

Lire la suite



Miyako HAYAKAWA
21/10/2016
Enquête ethnographique sur le modèle familial des migrants japonais en France
(...) l’objectif de mon travail doctoral consiste à analyser les rapports sociaux de genre dans la famille japonaise contemporaine, notamment la persistance du patriarcat dans la vie courante des Japonais(...)


Lire la suite


 
Akira TAKEISHI 
28/09/2016
Inter-firm Division of Labor in the Japanese Auto Industry at a Crossroads:
Where Have Some (not All) Keiretsu Gone?

 
Since Coase’s (1937) seminal work, many researchers in a variety of fields, including economics, sociology, and management, have addressed how the boundaries of the firm are determined and why...

Lire la suite


Hidetada HIGASHI
24/08/2016

Cognition, Resource Allocation, and Organizational Change of Automotive OEMs against the Innovative Power Train

This research aims to describe the diversifying patterns of automotive OEMs’ behavior against the innovation of new powertrain (...).

Lire la suite



Sophie BUHNIK
13/04/2016

Métropole de l'endroit et métropole de l'envers. Décroissance urbaine, vieillissement et mobilités dans les périphéries de l'aire métropolitaine d'Osaka.
Ma recherche doctorale est centrée sur une analyse de l’évolution du peuplement, de l’aménagement et du fonctionnement des banlieues (mot qui traduit ici la notion de kōgai) des aires métropolitaines japonaises depuis la fin de la bulle et la Décennie perdue (1991-2002).

Lire la suite



Brieuc MONFORT
16/03/2016

How relevant is Japan's economic experience
to advanced economies?


How relevant is Japan economic history over the past twenty-five years to understand the current challenges faced by other advanced economies? Scholars are sharply divided about the relevance of Japan's experience to America or Europe. (…)

Lire la suite


Anne-Lise MITHOUT
04/12/2015

My doctoral research explores the evolution of disability policies, in a French-Japanese comparative perspective, focusing on the field of education. The fieldwork conducted in Japan has been made possible thanks to a JSPS fellowship.


Lire la suite


Kashiko KODATE et Naonori KODATE
04/12/2015

Women in Science and Engineering

At Davos in January 2014, Prime Minister Abe stated that ‘Japan should be the place that gives women the opportunity to shine. Thirty per cent of leadership positions should be occupied by women by 2020’. Japan finally seo embrace an increasingly global and competitive environment.


Lire la suite


Yuko UENO
01/10/2015

Formation process of Japanese consumers' inflation expectations

Despite its theoretical importance, measuring inflation expectations in a precise manner is not an easy task as inflation expectation is subjective and varies significantly among agents. In Japan, policymakers have been inquiring with both consumers and firms about their expectations through surveys.

Lire la suite


Anna K. SKARPELIS
24/08/2015


Japan in War and Empire: Challenges for Historical and Comparative Welfare State Research from mid-20th centuryJapanese Welfare State Development

Histories of the Japanese welfare state commonly situate its origins during the period of high economic growth of the mid-1960s...

Lire la suite


 
Naoko HOSOKAWA
01/06/2015


This study is concerned with the relation between language and national identity in contemporary Japan, in particular the manner in which visions of ‘Japaneseness’ are expressed and reproduced through the display of public attitudes (...)

Lire la suite



My research looks at recent efforts in Japan to develop an industry at the technological frontier: in regenerative medicine. Japan offers a good case study to evaluate how institutional environments shape innovation in this sector, given substantial efforts made by Japanese government, industry and academia to alter existing institutional arrangements to advance. The regenerative medicines industry also offers a good forum to evaluate firms’ innovative capacities, because firms in this sector must innovate to survive.

Lire la suite


Hideko MAGARA
27/01/2015
Economic Crises and Policy Regimes

 
For more than two decades, developed countries have witnessed massive job losses, lowered wages, slow (sometimes negative) economic growth and widening inequality under governments—left or right—that have implemented similar neoliberal policies (...)

Lire la suite



Helen MACNAUGHTAN, Peter MATANLE, Arjan KEIZER et Jun IMAI
Japan’s practice of so-called lifetime employment is well known. This system arose out of labour unrest in the early post-war years and was the result of both collective bargaining and recognition by bureaucratic and corporate leaders that Japan needed to secure a committed workforce and a stable labour market if it was to pursue long-term economic growth. (...)
 
         
       
SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Kimiko TERAI
(1
2/09/2014)

 
 

Japan’s accumulated public debt is over twice its GDP; this figure is high compared to that of other developed countries. In the 1980s, Japan’s public debt was not substantial. Nevertheless, the country’s public debt grew rapidly in the 1990s, while other major developed countries were engaged in fiscal consolidation from the late 1990s onwards.
SaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Yoshio HIGUCHI
(26/06/2014)
 
 
 

Even if the economy starts to recover and corporate earnings pick up, that will do little to help the average person if not accompanied by higher wages and salaries. Indeed, if it simply indicates that higher prices are lifting the economy out of a deflationary spell, all it would mean for most people is that times are soon to get even tougher.
SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


David CHIAVACCI
(23/05/2014)

Towards an Immigration State? Japan's Immigration Policy
 

In recent months, the Japanese cabinet and important affiliated advisory committees are discussing a more active immigration policy and the acceptance of more foreign workers in order to boost Japan's long-term economic growth. If these proposals are realized, they would mark another important step of Japan from an immigration country to an immigration state.
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Koichi NAKANO
(11/04/2014)

 
 

Ever since Abe Shinzo’s Liberal Democratic Party returned to power in December 2012, there has been a lively debate over whether Japan is shifting to the right. While some contend that he is a pragmatist determined to pursue the three arrows of Abenomics, others point to his long record of revisionist statements and deeds before, during, and after his earlier stint as prime minister of Japan as proof that he is a ‘conviction’ politician with extreme nationalistic views.
SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Yoichi MINE
(27/01/2014)

Preventing violent conflict in Africa
 

Après la fin de la Guerre Froide, l’Afrique a été secouée par une série de violents conflits, dont le génocide du Rwanda, les terribles guerres civiles et tragédies humaines dans des pays comme la RDC, le Libéria, la Sierra Léone, la Côte d’Ivoire, la Somalie, le Soudan et d’autres régions du continent.

SaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Franz WALDENBERGER
(3/12/2013)
EU-Japan relations – past, present and future

On March 25, the EU and Japan officially launched the start of negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA). What can we expect? The answer to this question warrants an assessment of the evolution and present state of EU-Japan relations (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Yoshimichi SATO
(11/11/2013)

Persistent inequality between regular and non-regular workers in Japan

We observe the increase in the share of non-regular workers in the labor market in Japan. The percentage of female non-regular workers is over 50% as of 2010, and that of their male counterparts is approaching 20%. If there were no inequality between regular and non-regular workers, this increase would not cause any problem. However (...)

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


 

The policies for people with disabilities in France and Japan have experienced a very big change through the 2000s. The Council Directive 2000/78/EC which was enacted on 27 November 2000 established a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation (...)
.
SaveSave
Lire la suite



Eiji YAMAMURA
(16/09/2013)

Globalization and labour market in SUMO wrestling

(...) To take an interesting example of Sumo labour market, here I attempt to explore impact of globalization in Japan. In general, Sumo wrestling is regarded as a traditional fighting sport in Japan and has been popular since the 18th century. Due to the national isolation policy, Sumo wrestlers consisted of Japanese. However, after World War II, Sumo has become globalized (...)


SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


Tadashi YAGI
(5/06/2013)

The Essence of Creative Economy
                                                                               
As Pink (2005) insisted in his book, our economy is moving from the “Information Age” to a “Conceptual Age” where creativity, innovation, empathy, and a holistic view will be rewarded with value gains in the market (...)
 

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Sota KATO
(26/03/2013)

An Output Fall during Political-Economic Transition:
The Case of Japan

Why does an extensive reform of a national political-economic system invite temporary, and often substantial, loss of economic output? This question was initially raised in relation to the transition between capitalism and socialism/communism (...)                               
 

SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Masayo FUJIMOTO
(12/02/2013)

Is Japanese white collar workers' loyalty really high? : Comparison Among Japan, France and the United States

In the mid-1980’s when the Japanese economy manifested significant growth, Western countries mocked Japanese businessmen who worked flat-out for their companies by calling them “worker bees". Initially, the concept of employees working self-sacrificingly for an organization was peculiar to Japan. (...)
 
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Yukiko FUKUSAKU
(22/01/2013)

 
 

Expectations were that after Fukushima, Japan’s energy policy would change drastically and rapidly, but its reform has proceeded slowly despite its urgency in public policy agenda. This is in stark contrast to Germany which hammered out a detailed energy reform agenda including nuclear phase-out only a few months after Fukushima. (...)

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


Jun SUZUKI
(18/12/2012)

Two faces of patent value - How can we evaluate the patent value and what affects it?
                                                                                                                     
There is an ever-increasing concern for innovation also in Japan. Is Japan losing a part of its innovation capacity?
Actually, some leading companies such as Sony and Panasonic are facing increasing difficulties. Manufacturing in Japan as a percent of GDP has been in steady decline (...)
SaveSave
Lire la suite



Hiroshi TERUYAMA
(27/10/ 2012)

Japan’s labor market and the rise in unemployment since 1990

Unemployment is statistically defined as a situation in which persons are not in, can immediately engage in, and are seeking paid employment or self-employment. In Japan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication’s Labour Force Survey classifies the population aged 15 years and above into three categories(...)                                                                                                                    
Teruyama Hiroshi  

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


Reinhard DRIFTE

 

Japan's foreign policy seems to show two conflicting tendencies: On the one hand we find indications for an increasingly assertive policy, but at the same time there are signs of a weaker and less active policy. Among the indications for the former, one can mention Japan`s quest for a permanent UN Security Council seat, a stronger stance against China in the territorial conflict in the East China Sea, (...)


Lire la suite


Masayasu NAGASHIMA
(31/12/2011)
 
Innovation and profitability problems in the Japanese electronics industry

 
The electronics industry is critical when considering Japan's competitiveness, because it has driven the Japanese economy, along with steel and automotive manufacturing, providing larger market opportunities and job creation (...)
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Philippe MOSSE
 (09/11/ 2011) 

Comparing Hospitals and Nurses in Japan and France

Philippe_Mosse

Hospital systems throughout the developed world are undergoing waves of reform which seek to address multiple challenges of intensifying acuity, such as population ageing, technological advance, heightened expectations on the part of increasingly informed patients, the reduction of public spending deficits (...)


SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


 
Franz WALDENBERGER & Jens EILKER
(22/09/2011)

The Economic Impact of the Tohoku Earthquake

Franz Waldenberger
On March 11, 2011 one of the strongest earthquakes ever measured occurred 130 km off the coast of Japan’s main island Honshu. Its intensity was 1,400 times stronger than that of the Kobe earthquake in 1995. The earthquake triggered a number of tsunami (...) Jens Eilker
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Saadia PEKKANEN
(15/06/2011)

Japan Invests in Asian Regionalism

The idea of Asian regionalism is in vogue, and has affected the tenor of Japan’s foreign economic policies. As the intra-regional trade shares of ten East Asian nations were estimated to be around 51 percent by the early 2000s, ahead of the NAFTA countries but behind the European Union ones, Asian economic regionalism seemed a fact in progress (...)

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


J.A.A. STOCKWIN
(14/05/2011)

Stability and Instability in Japanese Politics: Explaining Prime Ministerial Turnover

For some years now, it has been common to analyse Japanese politics in terms of relative instability. I say “relative” because plainly there are important countries whose politics are far more unstable than the politics of Japan, but nevertheless in Japan there are significant indicators of instability (...)

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


Mary C. BRINTON
(17/04/2011)

Measures to Address Current Youth Labor Market Issues

“The crisis of youth” (wakamono kiki). This was the cover story in an issue of the Japanese news magazine Tōyō Keizai in early 2009. The magazine cover showed a grim-faced young Japanese man in a business suit. Inside the magazine, statistics and stories of Japanese young people’s difficult employment situation (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Takehiko KARIYA
(17/03/2011)

Can expanded opportunities of university education help Japanese youth transition to work?


The emergence of a global knowledge-based economy has given rise to drastic changes in both higher education and employment. On one hand, governments in advanced societies have launched policies to expand higher education to compete internationally in educating and attracting highly skilled workers. (...) 
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Claude MEYER
(15/02/2011)

Les relations Chine-Japon.
Dialectique de la domination économique et de la puissance stratégique


En septembre 2010, il a suffi d’un incident naval apparemment mineur pour déclencher entre la Chine et le Japon une crise diplomatique aigüe avec suspension de contacts à haut niveau et embargo chinois sur les exportations de terres rares vers le Japon. Ces tensions récurrentes sur fond de contentieux historique (...)

Lire la suite


Hiroko TAKEDA
(15/01/2011)

Risky Business?: the discursive politics of ‘family risks’ in twenty-first century Japan


The Clash’s 1981 hit song, Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?, is about a troubled love affair. Or more precisely, the drive of the song stems from an acute dilemma: the anxiety and frustration involved in taking decisions about love. Should one continue or terminate a relationship? (...)
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Yves TIBERGHIEN
(14/12/2010)

The Senkaku/Diaoyutai Crisis of September 2010: How could a fishing incident escalate to a full-blown frontal shock between great powers?


A little over a year ago, the coming to power of the Democratic Power of Japan (DPJ) signaled a big shift in Japan’s foreign policy and in East Asian relations. (...)


Lire la suite


cornelia storzCornelia STORZ
(11/11/2010)

Innovation and Emergence of New Industries: Is the Silicon Valley Model the Only Way?

Japan seems to have lost its competitiveness in innovation. Its poor performance in the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (a recognized industry measure) is offered as evidence of its obvious inability to give birth to new industries and has led to a growing pessimism about Japan’s competitiveness in the future. (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Hideaki MIYAJIMA
(13/10/2010)

The Global Financial Crisis and the Evolution of Corporate Governance in Japan

Japanese corporate governance practices were not a direct cause of the current financial crisis, which was triggered by the subprime loan problem as exogenous shocks. However, the global financial crisis is expected to have a significant impact on the evolution of corporate governance. (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Naoki IkegamiNaoki IKEGAMI
(24/09/2010)

Why does France spend much more than Japan for its healthcare system for equivalent results?

France and Japan share many features in their health care systems. In financing, both are based on the social health insurance (SHI) model, with contributions from employers and employees, but also subsidized by taxes. In delivery, both are a mix of public and private providers, (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


John C. CAMPBELL
(12/08/2010)

Towards an insurance for long-term care? What the French should learn from the Japanese, the German, and (a little less) from the American

Long-term care for frail older people is an increasingly significant policy issue in all advanced nations. Everywhere the number of old people who need assistance is increasingly rapidly, while social changes have decreased the ability of families to provide care on their own. (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Takahiro FujimotoTakahiro FUJIMOTO
(12/07/2010)

The Future of the Japanese Industries: an approach in term of Design-Based Comparative Advantage

The US financial crisis hit Toyota and other Japanese firms that depended heavily on the US economic-bubble-driven exports, and yen was appreciated during the same period. (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Jun NishikawaJun NISHIKAWA
(25/06/2010)

« Richesse des Nations et Bien-Être des Individus ». Une vision japonaise

Le gouvernement japonais a publié en mars 2010 les résultats d’un sondage sur le degré de Bonheur des Japonais. D’après ce sondage, effectué sur quatre mille personnes âgées de 15 à 89 ans, le degré de Bonheur ou Bonheur National Brut (BNB) atteindrait le chiffre peu brillant (...)
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Yuichiro MIZUMACHI
Yuichiro Mizumachi (06/05/2010)

Le droit du travail au Japon: une clef du rapport salarial en transition

Le droit du travail japonais connaît une phase de transition depuis plusieurs années. Ainsi, par exemple, du point de vue du droit législatif, la loi du 12 mai 2004 a permis d’instaurer (...)

SaveSave
Lire la suite


Toru YOSHIDA
Toru Yoshida (29/03/2010)

Retour sur l’alternance politique au Japon
 
« Vive l’alternance ! » s’écriait l’un des candidats du Parti Démocrate (PDJ, 民主党) lors des élections d’août 2009 au Japon. De fait, mise à part la brève interruption de 1993 à1994, c’est la première fois depuis 1955 que le Parti Libéral Démocrate (PLD, 自民党) cède sa place à un autre parti, en l’occurrence le Parti Démocrate. (...)
 
SaveSave
Lire la suite


Christian SAUTTERchristian sautter
(04/03/2010)
 
Quelques commentaires sur la « vilaine dette japonaise »
 
L’agence de notation Standard & Poors a lancé un avertissement solennel au Japon : diminuez votre dette publique ou je dégrade votre notation (International Herald Tribune 27 janvier 2010). L’article évoque le « risque de défaut » et le renchérissement considérable du service de la dette qui résulterait d’une dégradation de la note des obligations de l’Etat japonais. (...)


SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite


Keiichiro KOBAYASHI
(19/02/2010)

The 1990s in Japan and Lessons for the Current Financial Crisis

1. Crisis
 
What is the similarity between Japan’s crisis and the current financial crisis?
 
Both crises were severe recessions that followed the collapse of asset-price bubbles and both bubbles emerged in real estate markets. (...)

SaveSaveSaveSave
Lire la suite