We have four broad research programmes:
- The Japanese Economy: current emphasis is on Japanese trade and industrial policies, particularly competition and technology policy, and corporate strategy.
- Japan and the European Union: examines trade and investment links between Japan and the EU, as well as the development of the ASEM process.
- Japan in the World Economy: projects focus on Japanese business, politics, and foreign aid in an international context.
- East Asian Development: projects look at Japan, China, Korea and the ASEAN countries in the global economy.
Leading scholars from around the world are regularly hosted by EIJS, using our facilities as a research base. Senior EIJS faculty are involved in many external joint projects with well-known institutions and scholars in Europe, Japan, other Asian countries, the Americas, and Australia and New Zealand.
EIJS, East Asian Economics and Business Series
Books in EIJS, East Asian Economics and Business Series. This series presents cutting-edge research on recent developments in business and economics in East Asia. National, regional and international...