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SAKAI Yoshihiro

Profile

Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of Management
Graduated Stern School of Business, New York University
Degree Master of Business Administration (NYU), Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (BU)
Academic Institutional Membership Turnaround Management Association
The American Criminology
Western Society of Criminology
Centre international de recherches et d'information sur l'économie publique, sociale et coopérative
Field of Study Foreign Affiars, Financial Policy, Finane and Regulation, Accounting Fraud and Audit, Organizational Crime, Bullying, Economics
Research, Studies Game Theory, Finance, Accounting Fraud and Audit, Organizational Crime, Bullying

Books Published, Translation

The Handbook of Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities, 2nd Edition, December 2000 (Translation, Kinyuzaiseijijo, Tokyo)

Anti Plaza Accord: A channel to understand the depth of Japan's economic issues and head toward solution, June 2003 (Index Communications Corp, Tokyo)

The End of Japan: What will bring forth to the country this uncertainty, July 2008 (Keizaikai Shuppan, Tokyo)

Academic Papers, Critique

Presidential Election: Trump may try away a triumph, Hitotsubashi Research Institute, October 2016.

Abenomics on the Ropes: Are Military Export Japan’s Last Hope? , The International Economy, Spring 2015.

The Japanese Economy at Risk: Why Does Japan Need Structural Reform? , Japan Chair Platform, Center for Strategic and International Studies, September 2014.

Funding Japan’s Recovery: The Centrality of Recovery Bonds, Japan Chair Platform, Center for Strategic and International Studies, September 2011.

Can China become the World Engine for Growth? Not for at least ten years, The International Economy, Winter 2010.

If the Chinese Bubble Burst… who globally most affected? North Korea would be hit the worst, The International Economy, Autumn 2010.

Basel III: The complicated difference of the interest in G20, Nikkei Business, October 2009.

An American Lost Decade? There are two obvious differences, and the question is China’s role, The International Economy, Spring 2009.

American Compensation System: There’s nothing scary about a red light if everyone crosses together, Nikkei Business, May 2009.

Four Truths of Financial Crisis of the United States: What is different from former crises? , Nikkei Business, December 2008.

Do the Credit Rating Agencies Deserve to Exist? Effective Reform is Impossible, The International Economy, Summer 2008.

The Privatization of Japan Post Is Unstoppable, Japan Chair Platform, Center for Strategic and International Studies, May 2008.

Japan’s Economy in the Post Koizumi Era, Japan Chair Platform, Center for Strategic and International Studies, April 2006.

Is the Japanese Recovery for Real? How long will government intervention continue to support the export-driven economy? The International Economy, Winter 2005.

Japan should focus on China, not the yuan, International Herald Tribune, October 2004.

Presidential Election at a Historic Crossroad, The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, September 2004.

Whole Concept of Privatization of Three Postal Services of Public Postal Agency and Theory of Natural Monopoly at Grand Conference, organized by Centre International de Recherches et d’Information sur l’Econommie Publique, Sociale et Cooperative Japan, Tokyo, December 2004.

Shift into high gear: The key of Presidential Election in the United States is employment and wage, The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, April 2004.

Neo-Inflation Target: A Cooperative Effort between the Bank of Japan and the Japanese Government, Japan Watch, Center for Strategic and International Studies, July 2003.

Trace of Sun: Situation of Four Major Accounting Firms is better now, The Economist, April 2003.

Deregulation: A Necessary Step toward Economic Revitalization, Japan Watch, Center for Strategic and International Studies, February 2003.

Moral hazard of Postponement of the deposit insurance capping, The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, January 2003.

Warning of the scandal over financial window-dressing by Enron Corp, The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, December 2002.

Non-Monetary Policy of the Bank of Japan? , Japan Watch, Center for Strategic and International Studies, December 2002.

The Japanese Government and the Bank of Japan need to re-establish confidence by introduction of Inflation Target: Correction of three errors such as disposal of non-performing loans, financial policy and fiscal reform, Keizai Institute for Financial Affairs, November 2002.

The Deeper Imprecations of Postponement, Japan Watch, Center for Strategic and International Studies, September 2002.

Why Tokyo Finds Reform So Difficult, The International Herald Tribune, August 2002.

Is Vulture Fund the Enemy of Japan? , The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, June 2002.

Non-Performing Loan: Real Volume, Economic Impact and Solution, American Enterprise Institute, May 2002.

Japan: The Worst Case Scenario for 2002, Financial Times, January 2002.

The US expert sneers “Japanese” disposal of non-performing loans, The Asahi Shinbun Ronza, December 2001.

9-11 And Japan, The International Economy, Winter 2001.

History of Aluminum Industy in Hokuriku District of Japan, Kanazawa Branch, Bank of Japan, July 1987.

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Lectures on Academic Writing for Doctoral Dissertation and Master Thesis in English, organized by Department of Public and Regional Economic of Graduate School of Economics of Aoyamagakuin University, Tokyo, September 2017.

Lectures on Japan’s Financial Institutions and Financial Institution’s Management (Risk Management), organized by Aoyamagakuin University, Tokyo, September 2017.

Lectures on Yen Appreciation and the Result, organized by Institute of Modern International Relations, Tsinghua University, Beijing, October 2014,

Symposium on Sino-Japan International Security: Can Both Countries Avoid Dispute in East Asia? , at Aoyamagakuin University, Shibuya, June 2012.

Lectures on Export Power of Japanese manufactures: A Global Perspective, Institute of Modern International Relations, Tsinghua University, Beijing, November 2011.

Lectures on Survival of Japanese Companies under High-Yen Recession: organized by School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University, Beijing, September 2011.

Presentation on Increase of Microfinance for Unbanked People, at 16th Annual Financial Markets Conference: Navigating the New Financial Landscape, organized by Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Austin, April 2011.

Lectures on Japan’s financial institutions its role, organized by Aoyamagakuin University, Tokyo, April 2010.

Lectures on Government owned financial institutions and its privatization, organized by Aoyamagakuin University, Tokyo, April 2009.

Lectures on Japan’s challenge to the trade conflict with the United States, organized by China Europe International Business School, Tokyo, May 2009.

Lectures on Government Owned Financial Institutions, organized by Aoyamagakuin University, Tokyo, April 2009.

Lectures on Analysis of the Company for M&A: Three Case Studies in both United States and Japan, organized by Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya (Japan), August 2006.

Lectures on History of the Relationship between Vietnam and Japan, organized by College of Economics, Vietnam National University, Hanoi (Vietnam), June 2006.

Lectures on Mindset of For-Profit Economy in the United States, organized by Department of US Strategy, Hitotsubashi Research Institute, Tokyo, November 2005.

Lectures on Economic Policy in the United States before and after Presidential Election, organized by Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya (Japan), August 2005.

Presentation on Whole Concept of Privatization of Three Postal Services of Public Postal Agency and Theory of Natural Monopoly at Japan Grand Conference, organized by Centre International de Recherches et d’Information sur l’Econommie Publique, Sociale et Cooperative Japan, Tokyo, December 2004.

Lectures on Economic Policy in the United States and Presidential Election after Kennedy, organized by Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya (Japan), August 2004.

Panel Discussion with Dr. Posen and Dr. Lincoln on US-Japan Economic Relations at Japan-U.S. Businessmen’s Conference, organized by Japan-U.S. Business Council of Japan Business Federation, Washington D.C., November 2003.

Panel Discussion with Finance Minister of Mexico:Mr. Diaz, Professor Feldstein and Dr. Rogoff on Currency Crisis and Risk Aversion, at Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Ministerial Meeting in Mexico: Los Cabos, October 2002.

Simposium on Revitalization of Japanese Economy, Japan Economic Foundation, Washington D.C., April 2002.

Panel Discussion with Dr. Posen and Dr. Lincoln on Revitalizing Japan’s Economy at Japan-U.S. Businessmen’s Conference, organized by Japan-U.S. Business Council of Japan Business Federation, Washington D.C., February 2002.

Panel Discussion with Dr. Cooke, Dr. Gitlin, Mr. H. Sakai, Mr. Kinoshita on Scenario of Revitalizing Japan’s Economy by Disposal of Non-performing Loans at Political Symposium, organized by Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo, September 2001.

Lectures on US-Japan Economic Alliance in New International Economic System, organized by Policy Research & Analysis Network for Japan, Washington D.C., May 2001.

Symposium on Challenge and Failure of Asia Monetary Fund at American Enterprise Institute: Washington D.C., April 2001.

Lectures on Mathematics of Finance: organized by Department of Mathematics, Columbia University, New York, September 1998.

Speech on Appreciation of Yen and the Bank of Japan, organized by the Local Industrial Promotion Center of Ishikawa Prefecture, Kanazawa, April 1986.

Social Activities

Health and Medical care Promotion (Member)

Homeless meal program in the United States (Member)

Consortium of Depression and Dementia (Trustee, Advisor)

Lemiere et Espoir pour le Japon (Trustee)

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