Programs and Languages
Monetary Economics, International Finance
I specialize in monetary economics and international finance, in particular, central banking, policy design, and financial crisis. My research approach is based on my external work experience at the Bank of Japan, International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank. I thus consider myself as a central banking practitioner with a certain degree of academic background.
Message for Applicants
My work experience includes the Bank of Japan, International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank where I was involved in policy planning, financial crisis management, and consultation with foreign monetary authorities. I would like to apply my knowledge and experience to discussions with graduate students. I am looking forward to discussing with graduate students who will tackle current issues in the global economy.
Advised Master’s Thesis (Last 5 years)
- A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JAPANESE AND KYRGYZ HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT