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4:30 PM Zoominar: Abenomics and the Japanese Economy Stagnation, two lost decades, government debt, zombies. And, reform, industrial restructuring, policies to increase Japan’s “financial metabolism”. What is the current state of the Japanese economy, what are the important metrics to assess it properly, and how should we evaluate the successes of the “Abenomics” reform programs? Join a conversation with Takeo Hoshi about his two new books, “The Japanese Economy” (with Taka Ito) and “The Political Economy of the Abe Government and Abenomics Reforms” (co-edited with Phillip Lipscy).

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• Takeo Hoshi, Professor of Economics, the University of Tokyo
• Ulrike Schaede, Professor and Director of the Japan Forum for Innovation and Technology, GPS UC San Diego

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6:30 PM Talk: Myanmar: Development, Democracy, and Despair The San Diego World Affairs Council presents the "Distinguished Speaker" Series with Richard Nuccio (International Governance and Development Specialist) and Giles Dickenson-Jones (Applied Economist, Asia-Pacific region) who will speak on: Development, Democracy, and Despair - What Myanmar's Faltering Democratic Prospects Means for its Economic and Political Future

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