Takeki Sunakawa is currently an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University. Previously he was at Kobe University, the University of Tokyo, and the Bank of Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Economics at the Ohio State University.
Research themes: Macroeconomics and monetary policy
Collaboration with FFJ
2016 FFJ/Banque de France Fellow
Takeki Sunakawa is the 2016 FFJ/Banque de France Fellow of FFJ. He conducted the research program entitled « The zero lower bound on nominal interest rates for Japanese Economy » for which he wrote a Research Statement and a Discussion Paper with Yasuo Hirose (Keio University, Faculty of Economics). He also took part in the international workshop “Monetary Policy When Heterogeneity Matters”.