POLICY RESEARCH SERIES (PUBLISHED BY NIHON HYORONSHA CO., LTD.)
"Ginko saihen no bijon (A Vision for Bank Reorganization)," Kazuo Yoshida
"Karenshi bodo no keizaigaku: Honkon ni miru doru rendosei no saiko (The Economics of Currency Boards: Rethinking Hong Kong's Pegging its Currency to the Dollar)" Sayuri Shirai
"Kigyo, zeisei kaikaku: Jissho bunseki to seisaku teigen (Corporate Tax Reform: Empirical Analysis and Policy Proposals)," Naosumi Atoda, ed.
"Gendai Amerika no seiji kenryoku kozo: Kiro ni tatsu Kyowato to Amerika seiji no dainamizumu (Contemporary America's Power Structure: The Republican Party at the Crossroads and the Dynamism of American Politics)," Kin-ichi Yoshihara
"The Suffocation of Hong Kong―Decline of Press Freedom Since the 1997 Handover," Edward Neilan
NEWSLETTER, INTELLECTUAL CABINET
The Intellectual Cabinet newsletter publishes articles based on discussions of the Intellectual Cabinet policy group. The newsletter aims to contribute to the creation of a pluralistic policy process in Japan by stimulating sound and constructive policy debate and proposing original policy initiatives.
Published on the first and fifteenth of every month, the newsletter may be viewed on the Foundation's Web site.
VIDEO: "POLICY VISION 21"
"Responsibility and Reliability in Corporate Tax Reform," Naosumi Atoda (Professor, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University)
"Financial Reconstruction and Bank Reform," Kazuo Yoshida (Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University)
"Realistic Security Debate," Shinichi Kitaoka (Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo)
"Reorganization of Central Government Agencies and the Outlook for Administrative Reform," Kazuaki Tanaka (Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Takushoku University)
"Legal Reform," Jiro Tamura (Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University)
"1999 Overview: The Economy," Yutaka Kosai (Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research)
"1999 Overview: Politics," Akihiko Tanaka (Professor, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, and Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo)
"Keynote Address, Policy Messe 99"
Hiroshi Kato (President, Chiba University of Commerce)
"Overcoming the Policy Crisis" (Part 1), panel discussion at Policy Messe 99
Taichi Sakaiya (Director General, Economic Planning Agency)
Yasuhisa Shiozaki (Member of the House of Councillors), and others
"Overcoming the Policy Crisis" (Part 2)
"A Blueprint for Japan in the Twenty-First Century" (Part 1)
Yoshimasa Hayashi (State Secretary for Finance)
Ichita Yamamoto (State Secretary for Foreign Affairs)
Toshimitsu Motegi (State Secretary for International Trade and Industry)
Katsuotoshi Kaneda (State Secretary for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
"A Blueprint for Japan in the Twenty-First Century" (Part 2)
"New Currents in Policy Debate: Observations from the World Economic Forum, Davos"
Jiro Tamura (Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University)
POLICY SERIES NO.1-NO.18
Records of Policy Seminars (From No.1 to No.18, except No.11 and No.16.)
ISSUES SERIES VOL.1-VOL.26
No.1 (1) "Rethinking the Dynamics of Japanese Media," Edward Neilan
No.1 (2) "Rethinking the Dynamics of Japanese Media," Edward Neilan (Japanese)
No.2 "Call That a Think Tank?" Takahiro Suzuki
The following are records of Afternoon Policy Seminars,* Research Seminars** and Award Commemoration Seminars.
*Afternoon Seminars 1-24, except 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 16, 19, 22 and 23
**Research Seminars 1-11, except 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10