(Last updated : 2020-12-21 09:05:29)
  SAITO, Jun

   Visiting Professor

   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1982/10~1984/06 〔Master degree program〕, The University of Oxford, Completed, M.Phil in Economics
2. 1976/04~1978/03 〔Master degree program〕, The University of Tokyo, Completed, Master in Economics
3. 1971/04~1975/03 The University of Tokyo, Graduated, Bachelor in Economics
■ #Professional Background
1. 2018/09~ Guest Professor, Gradaute School of Business and Commerce and the Faculty of Economics, Keio University
2. 2012/05~2017/03 Project Professor, Graduate School of Business and Commerce, Keio University
3. 2012/04~ Part-Time Lecturer (Summer Terms), Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo
4. 2012/04~ Senior Research Fellow, Japan Center for Economic Research
5. 2012/01~ Special Advisor, Cabinet Office
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■ #Present Specialized Fields
Economic policy 
■ #Books and Articles
1. Book The Economic Impacts of the Olympic Games 2017 Trilateral Economic Report  (Collaboration) 2018
2. Book Japan's Economy and Policy in a Global Context: Postwar Experience and Prospects for the 21st Century Postwar Japan: Growth, Security, and Uncertainty since 1945  (Collaboration) 2017
3. Book Corporate Structural Transformation in Japan   (Collaboration) 2004
4. Article European Monetary Integration and Sovereign Debt Crisis Discussion Paper No.139  (Single) 2013
5. Article The Prospects and Risks of the Japanese Economy: Consumption Tax Rate Increase and Fiscal Consolidation Prospects on Chinese and Japanese Economy: Risks and Korean Economy  (Single) 2013
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■ #Lectures
1. 2019/12/03 Wage policy under Abenomics: Is it pursuing a wage-led growth strategy? (Seoul, Korea)
2. 2019/11/06 Panel discussion on "The Northeast Asian Olympic Relay and Trilateral Cooperation in Diverse Areas" (Seoul, Korea)
3. 2018/03/20 Assessment of Abenomics: Its Achievements and Remaining Agenda (Evanston, Illinois, USA)
4. 2017/09/16 Abenomics: Its Achievements and Remaining Agenda (Tokyo, Japan)
5. 2016/11/21 Exploading Government Debt in Japan: How Can t be Made Sustainable? (Tokyo, Japan)
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