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Tetsuya Inoue

Chief Researcher
Financial Technology and Market Research Department

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Tetsuya Inoue

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Tetsuya Inoue capitalizes on his strong background in the central bank to conduct policy issue studies. Mr. Inoue has over twenty years of experience in surveillance of the financial markets as well as overseas activities of the Japanese banks. He also benefits from the intellectual support by his extensive network of experts at financial authorities, banks, research institutes and financial media. In 2012, Mr. Inoue launched “Banking Panel” and “Roundtable Forum between China and Japan,” expanding the scope of this research to commercial banking in Japan, as well as providing its lessons to China. He is an active writer for various economic journals, and a commentator for TV programs dedicated to experts in the financial markets.

Expertise

  • Research on financial markets developments both domestic and international
  • Studies of monetary policy measures in advanced economies
  • Studies of crisis measures and financial stabilization policy by central banks
  • Studies of international currency system and foreign exchange policy

Biography

1985
Bank of Japan, International department
1987
Transferred temporarily to Ministry of International Trade and Industry
1994-1996
Secretary of Mr. Toshihiko Fukui, Deputy Governor
2000-2003
A Staff for Member of the Policy Board
2006-2008
Associate Director General, International Finance, Bank of Japan
2008-
Nomura Research Institute, Chief Researcher

Publication

  • "Japanese and US monetary policy: convergent frameworks, divergent motivation", Lakyara, 2012
  • “The BOJ’s price stability goal-rhetoric and practice”, Lakyara, 2012
  • “An effective policy response to Europe’s debt crisis”, Lakyara, 2012
  • Co-author "Monetary Policy in a World of Knowledge-Based Growth, Quality Change and Uncertain Measurement" Palgrave, 2001

Results of Activities

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Contact

Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
Corporate Communications Department
E-mail: kouhou@nri.co.jp