President, Center for International Public Policy Studies, Japan
Naoki Tanaka is President of Center for International Public Policy Studies and a freelance economic critic specializing in a variety of fields, including international and Japanese economics, politics, and industry. He graduated from the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law and finished all coursework for a Ph.D. at the Economic Research Division. He was previously President of the 21st Century Public Policy Institute. His publications include The Great Stagnation of China (2016), Japan’s Growth Strategy (2013, co-written with Center for International Public Policy Studies ), Financial Crisis -The new world economy and Japan’s choice- (2012), How the change of Government in Japan Has Failed Us (2012, co-written with Center for International Public Policy Studies ), The world and Japan in 2015: Possible Scenarios (2010, co-written with Center for International Public Policy Studies), Money’s seizing up (2008),The Birth of Year 2005 Political System – New Japan Begins – (2005), How to Fight the Enemies in Ourselves (2004), New Rules in Japan (2004), A Prelude to Japan’s Rebirth (2003), What is Structural Reform (2001), The Market and Government (2000), Super Structure (1999), and Japanese Economy after the Big Bang (1997).
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