Professor Takeo Hoshi, Professor of Economics at Stanford, about Abenomics success probability Why did Japan stop growing after completing the catch-up with advanced countries? Takeo Hoshi, Professor at Stanford University, who devotes his life to work on Japan’s economy at US Universities, gave a talk at the Swedish Embassy organized by the Stockholm School of… Continue reading Abenomics success probability is 12%, 88% probability of failure (Professor Takeo Hoshi, Stanford University)
Stockholm School of Economics at the Embassy of Sweden European Institute of Japanese Studies EIJS European Institute of Japanese Studies Academy Seminars presents: “Japan’s Energy – Myths vs Reality, Mantra vs Smart” Speaker: Dr. Gerhard Fasol, President, Eurotechnology Japan K.K. Time: Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 Location: Alfred Nobel Auditorium, Embassy of Sweden About the talk:… Continue reading Japan’s Energy – Myths vs Reality, Mantra vs Smart
Seminar announcement The European Institute of Japanese Studies (EIJS Academy in Tokyo) of the Stockholm School of Economics will hold a seminar in Tokyo-Marunochi on Thursday, February 16, 2006: Topic: “Why are Mobile Phones (Keitai) so hot in Japan? – and How European companies in all sectors can profit from Keitai” Speaker: Gerhard Fasol Agenda:… Continue reading Why are keitai so hot in Japan?