About JCER
 
 

The Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER) is a private non-profit research institute established in 1963. Its activities include economic forecasts, researches, and policy proposals on Japanese, Asian and the global economies.

 
Chairman
Yasuo HIRATA
  Yasuo HIRATA
President
Kazumasa IWATA
  KAZUMASA IWATA
JCER offers a variety of services including seminars and special exclusive reports for Corporate Members.
(Membership).
 
 

JCER'S ACTIVITIES

Economic Forecasts

JCER releases short-term and medium-term forecasts on Japanese and Asian economies.

Research

JCER's research activities cover the macro economy, finance, industries, and socio-economic issues on Japanese and Asian economies. JCER issues various reports and undertakes research projects on a contractual basis.

Policy Proposals

JCER makes reliable and responsible proposals mainly on the Japanese economy based on the institute's advanced studies and deep analyses. Current proposals include the "Vision 2050" report on the Japanese economy, which draws the blueprint of the reforms necessary for the country to maintain the position of a first-tier nation in 2050.

Seminars

JCER holds various seminars and symposiums on Japanese and global economies.

Training Programs

JCER offers special programs in advanced economics and research for young business persons in Japan.

Publication

Forecasts, researches, and policy proposals are published online and in print media.

Library

JCER's library is open to its members.
 

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES

In addition to the forecasts and researches on Asian and global economies, JCER sponsors international conferences and supports human resource exchange programs. It also issues the "Asian Economic Policy Review" policy-oriented academic journal.

 
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