2009 Japan-U.S. Concept Papers

Japan’s Financial Mt. Fuji
David L. Asher, Managing Partner, Ernst & Young Shinnihon Tax

The Obama Administration’s Plan for Financial Reform – Part 1
Michelle Brooks, Izukanne Emeagwali, Fathia Touray, and Kevin Zambrowicz, The Investment Lawyer

Japan and the U.S.: Looking More and More the Same
Thomas F. Cargill, University of Nevada, Reno

How Japan Got Financial Reform Right (Japanese)
Robert Alan Feldman, Morgan Stanley

Future of the Financial Supervision and Regulation after Lehman Shock
Mitsuhiro Fukao, Keio University and Japan Center for Economic Research

Eight Lessons from Japan on Bank Recapitalization
Takeo Hoshi, University of California and Anil Kashyap, University of Chicago

Fiscal Exist Policy: Lessons from Japanese Experience
Mikio Kajikawa, Minister, Embassy of Japan

Lessons from Japanese Banking Crisis
Susumu Kato, Chief Economist, Managing Director, Calyon Credit Agricole CIB and CLSA

Japan: The Japan Fallacy: Today’s U.S. Financial Crisis is Not like Tokyo’s “Lost Decade”
Richard Katz, The Oriental Economist Alert

Central Bank Balance Sheet Expansion
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Japan’s chickens coming home to roost
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Deleveraging Matters
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Anti-Deflation “Money Printing”
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Lessons Learned
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Lining Up the Balance Sheets
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Taking No Chances
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Why not to expect Future High Inflation
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Comparing QEs
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

Let the Regulatory Aftermath Begin
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

“Money Printing” and Price Stability
Paul Sheard, Nomura Global Economics

How the U.S. Should Respond to the Financial Crisis: Lessons from Japan
Sumitomo Mitsu Banking Corporation

What is Wrong with Corporate Governance in America: Lessons from the Financial Crisis
Arthur M. Mitchell, White & Case LLP

How should the U.S. Respond to the Financial Crisis: Lessons from Japan
Naoko Nemoto, Managing Director, Standard & Poor’s Financial Institutions Ratings Services

Capital Markets in Japan: Recent Developments and Policy Changes
Yoshio Okubo, Senior Managing Director at Japan Securities Dealers Association

Japan’s Deep Recession and Prolonged Recovery
Hugh Patrick, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia Business School

How should the Banking Industry Respond to the Current Financial Crisis: Lessons from Japan
Yoneo Sakai, Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Securities (Japan) Limited

Global Coordination in Financial Supervision
Naoki Tabata, Executive Senior Advisor, RHJ International Japan, Inc.

Banks should stand on mission, not on regulation
Eiichi Tanabe, Treasurer, Senior Vice President, Mitsubishi Corporation

The Future of Banking and Securities Regulation
Tomoyoshi Uranishi, Senior Executive Officer, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.

The Exit From Quantitative Easing (QE): The Japanese Experience
Adrian van Rixtel, Head International Financial Analysis

How Should the U.S. Respond to the Financial Crisis: Lessons from Japan
Hiroshi Watanabe, Japan Bank for International Cooperation

The Future of Banking and Securities Regulation: Increasing Concern on “Public Interest”
Shuji Yanase, Of Counsel, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

The Instability of Budget Deficits and its Impact on Capital Markets in Japan
Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University