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No.39

Views on the Chinese economy:
Dynamism Holds the Key in the Private Sector
―China is Using Incomplete Intellectual Property Protection and Insufficient Laws to its own Advantage
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< Key Points > The electronics industry in Shenzhen is a perfect example of active technological innovations There are cases in which pioneering companies changed the system by disregarding regulations Vitality may be lost if the Chinese government strengthens interventions The Chinese economy can be said to have maintained generally favorable conditions since the second half of 2016, under the positive effects of the expansive macroeconomic policies underpinned by the flexible foreign exchange policies. To cite an example, the Produce Price Index (PPI) moved back into the positive range after staying in the negative range for a long time. Under such good conditions, problems on the supply side, which China should address in the mid- and long-terms, tend to attract interest. In this article, I would like to consider the sustainability of the technological innovations on which the future growth of the Chinese economy ... [Read more]

Diplomacy

37

Post-TPP Trade Vision
―Ordeal of multilateral trade without the U.S.

37

Japan and the United States Confront the Past

37

North Korea’s Ballistic Missile Launch Test:
Kim Jong-un Deploys Nuclear Missile ―
Development is proceeding in an extremely rationalized way, and the target is the US mainland

37

Who are the “Maritime Militia”?
Unmasking the Chinese Fisherman Appearing in Waters around the Senkaku Islands

36

National Borders in an Uproar (I): Three-Four-Two Formula Engineered by Chinese Government Vessels
Issues in the South China Sea Explain the Disturbance around the Senkaku Islands

Politics

38

PKO Cooperation Act with Serious Flaws Finally Improved after a Quarter Century
Issues Left for Kaketsuke-Keigo in UN Peacekeeping Operations

38

Passing Down The Significance of President Obama’s Visit to The Future

34
Tanaka Naoki, President, Center for International Public Policy Studies

Interpreting the Upper House Elections: Two concerns about maintaining the status quo
― Sustaining social security and Japan’s policy towards China

34

Interpreting the Upper House Elections: Please don’t squander your political capital, Prime Minister!
―Putting growth strategies and fiscal health ahead of constitutional reform

28
KAMIYA Matake, Professor, National Defense Academy of Japan

Evaluating the Statement made by Prime Minister Abe Shinzo

Economy

39

Views on the Chinese economy:
Dynamism Holds the Key in the Private Sector
―China is Using Incomplete Intellectual Property Protection and Insufficient Laws to its own Advantage
NEW

39

A New Perspective on Measures for the Declining Birthrate:
Expected fertility rate of 1.8 can be realized
Put all necessary measures into action in eight years

39

Trade: New Partners

39

A New Perspective on Measures for the Declining Birthrate:
Provide Better Benefits in Kind Instead of Benefits in Cash ― The imminent challenge of expanding child care services

39

Bringing The Truth Behind Inflation to the World
― Reading the State of the Global Economy from the Demographics of Japan, China and Singapore

38

Is U.S.-Japan Trade Friction Avoidable?
Blaming Trade Partners for Deficits Is Pointless

38

Excessive Pessimism about the Shrinking Society

38

Evaluating the “Comprehensive Assessment of Monetary Policy”
Continued Easing To Overshoot 2% Inflation ― Introducing Short-Term and Long-Term Interest Rate Control

38

Do expectations raise prices?
Expectations Have Hardly Had Any Impact on Wages, The Key Factor 
― Deflation is not a monetary phenomenon

38

Evaluating the “Comprehensive Assessment of Monetary Policy”
The Preoccupation with Rationalization of the New Framework ― Messaging Lacks Introspection

37

A Big Problem After All: President Trump’s Trade Policies

37

Declining birthrate widespread across Asia
A Key Policy Is Support for Balancing Work with Childcare ― Need to increase family-related expenditure

36

Significance of Free Trade: Continued Trade Negotiations will Allow for New Progress
―Distinguish between internationalization and people, goods, and money

35

What is needed to counter the falling birthrate? The short cut is to rectify the long working hours
―A solution in the style of the United States/Northern Europe is difficult

35
komamura Kohei, Professor, Keio University

What is needed to counter the falling birthrate?  Bold funding investments are urgent
―Salaries for nursery school teachers and tuition fee support

Society

39

Visiting the Offices of Large Companies Where the Retirement Age Has Been Extended
― Will the New Way of Working Bring Happiness to Companies and Employees?

39

The Men Supporting the Paralympians
―The struggle of the engineers behind the evolution of prosthetics

37

Time to Think About the Emperor System
How to Apply the Traditions of the Imperial Household to Modern Japan ― Analyzing the Implications of the “Emperor as Symbol” Statement

37

What next for social security…?
Changing the world of dementia.
Changing the world with dementia.
Restoring confidence in the system as we head towards a “longterm care society”

36

2016 Kumamoto Earthquake
Interview: Tomorrow’s Temporary Housing

Culture

39

Haiku: “Sharing Makes Peace”

39

David Bowie & Arts:
Bowie and Japan

39

David Bowie and his love of Japan:
A Man Who Saw the Future

38

Making Use of an Empty House in the Countryside: The Soja Art House Project

36

Interview with Architect Ito Toyo: Architecture for the Future

Science

36

Interview: Artificial Intelligence

30
KASHIKAWA Nobunari, Associate Professor, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

From the Subaru Telescope to TMT

28
ITOH Motoshige, Professor at the Graduate School of Economics of University of Tokyo

Electricity Reform Is the Best Performer for the Growth Strategy

26
22 October 2014, Professor Amano visited the Prime Minister’s Office (From the website of the Prime Minister of Japan and his Cabinet)

Corporations and Geniuses― The main man behind the invention of blue LEDs speaks.
Serendipity: No Such Thing Exists
Interview with Amano Hiroshi, Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University

25

The Robot & AI Revolution I
Robots will Change Work & Industry

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