The Institute for Business and Finance conducts symposiums and lectures regularly to disseminate the research findings back to the society extensively as follows.
On the theme of “discussing what new Japan should be like,” “Waseda Conference” has been held annually since 2010 as a platform where CEOs of Japan’s leading businesses discuss various problems facing businesses and issues that require reformation, as well as the debate “Creation of an Attractive Japan.”
Yukio Noguchi, adviser to the Institute for Business and Finance, gives lectures on a regular basis on various issues surrounding Japanese economy.
Introduction of the Adviser
NOGUCHI Yukio: Adviser of the Institute for Business and Finance
He graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, and has an M.A. in Economics from the University of California (Los Angeles) and a Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University.
He worked for the Ministry of Finance of the Japanese Government. He served as a professor at Hitotsubashi University, as a professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology of the University of Tokyo, the director of the Research Center for Advanced Economic Engineering of the University of Tokyo, a professor at Aoyama Gakuin University, and a visiting professor at Stanford University. After having served as a professor at the Graduate School of Finance, Accounting and Law of Waseda University since April 2005, he currently serves as an advisor to the Institute for Business and Finance and as an emeritus professor at Hitotsubashi University.
NOGUCHI Yukio ONLINE(Japanese): http://www.noguchi.co.jp