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Japan and the United States today: exchange rates, macroeconomic policies, and financial market innovations

Author: Patrick, Hugh T. ; Ryuichiro, TachiPublisher: Columbia University Press, 1986.Language: EnglishDescription: 234 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0231065752Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Japan and the United States Today: Exchange Rates, Macroeconomic Policies, and Financial Market Innovations Contents SPONSORS vi PREFACE viii INTRODUCTION 1 HUGH T. PATRICK R. D. Calkins Pro fessor of International Business; Director, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University RYUICHIRO TACHI President, Institute of Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Japan Ministry of Finance MACROECONOMIC POLICY AND PERFORMANCE The U.S.-Japan Economic Problem: Next Steps C. FRED BERGSTEN 9 Director, Institute for International Economics Growth Gaps, Exchange Rates and Asymmetry: Is it Possible to Unwind Current-Account Imbalances Without Fiscal Expansion in Japan? MASARU YOSHITOMI 18 Director, Economics and Statistics Department, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Comments on Mr. Yoshitomi's Paper "Growth Gaps, Exchange Rates and Asymmetry" STEPHEN MARRIS 30 Senior Fellow, Institute for International Economics U.S. Macroeconomic Policy and Performance in the 1980s: An Overview FREDERIC S. MISHKIN 37 Professor, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University Prospects for Japan's Current-Account Surplus KAZUO UEDA 54 Senior Economist, Institute of Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Japan Ministry of Finance Discussion: Session I 58 76 Japan and the United States: Some Observations on Economic Policy ALBERT M. WOJNILOWER Managing Director, The First Boston Corporation RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE YEN-DOLLAR RELATIONSHIP Internationalization of the Yen: Its Implications for the US-Japan Relationship TOY00 GYOOTEN 84 Director General, International Finance Bureau, Japan Ministry of Finance Recent Developments in the Yen-Dollar Exchange-Rate Relationship RYUTARO KOMIYA 90 Professor, University of Tokyo The Yen-Dollar Relationship: A Recent Historical Perspective MANUEL H. JOHNSON 95 Member, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System of the United States BONNIE E. LOOPESKO Economist, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System of the United States International Imbalances and the Search for Exchange-Rate Stability RIMMER DE VRIES 117 Senior Vice President, Morgan Guaranty Trust Company Discussion: Session II 121 FINANCIAL MARKET INNOVATIONS Japan's Financial Market: Present Conditions and Outlook TORU KUSAKAWA 131 Deputy President, Fuji Bank Ltd. Internationalization of Investment Banking FREDERICK WHITTEMORE 136 Managing Director, Morgan Stanley and Co., Inc. The Dark Side of Financial Innovation FRANKLIN R. EDWARDS 147 Professor and Director of the Center for the Study of Futures Markets, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University Comparative Studies of Financial Innovation, Deregulation, and Reform in Japan and the United States YOSHIO SUZUKI 156 Director, Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan Discussion: Session III YOSHITOKI CHINO 168 178 Thoughts on Japanese Financial Liberalization Chairman, Daiwa Securities IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S.-JAPAN RELATIONS Japan-U.S. Relations: Asymmetry of Institutional Features as a Source of Trade Frictions IWAO NAKATANI 184 Professor, Osaka University Trade, Yen, and Politics: Comments on the Political Implications of U.S.-Japan Economic Relations GERALD L. CURTIS 196 Professor and Director, Toyota Research Program, Columbia University Discussion: Session IV 203 CONCLUDING COMMENTS 209 HUGH T. PATRICK R. D. Calkins Professor of International Business; Director, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University CONFERENCE SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS 214 CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS 220

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