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JINUSHI ToshikiProfessor



Research Interest

American Economy

Research Area
  • American Economy, Financial System, and Monetary Policy
  • Macroeconomics; New Keynsian Approach
  • Economic Influence of Hanshin Earthquake
Lectures and Seminars

Lectures (Undergraduate)

Lectures (Graduate/Postgraduate)

Seminars (Undergraduate)

Seminars (Graduate/Postgraduate)

  1. "Monetary Policy in Japan since the late 1980s: Delayed policy Actions and Some Explanations," (with Y. Kuroki and R. Miyao), in R. Mikitani and A Posen ed. Japan' s Financial Crisis and Its Parallels to U. S. Experience, Institute of International Economics, Special Report 13, 2000. 9.
  2. "Zero Real Interest Rate Policy in U. S. from 1992 to 94; An Examination based on The FOMC Transcript," Kokumin Keizai Zasshi vol 182 ,no 3, 2000.9 (in Japanese).
  3. "Central Bank Independence and Policy Behavior," in R. Mikitani and K. Ishigaki ed. Central Bank Independence, Tokyo - Keizai Shinposha, 1998, (in Japanese).
  4. "Inflation and Relative Price Variability : Japanese Case," Kobe Univ. Economic Review, Vol. 36, 1990.
  5. "The Damaged- Area Input Output Table; Estimations and Applications," Kokumin Keizai Zasshi, vol.183, no. 1, 2001.1(in Japanese)

My main research area is the monetary policy and the financial system. I have examined the expeiences in America, Japan, and Canada. My second research interest, inflation and deflation, is closely related to the monetary policy. The third research area has been the economic analysis of the quake disaster. It has been the natural choice for me as an empirical economist who met the Great Hanshin Earthquake in 1995.

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