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Project2060

In fiscal 2018, we will revise our long-term macroeconomic forecasts to 2060.

 

2018/08/28

In fiscal 2018, we will revise our long-term macroeconomic forecasts to 2060, assessing the course of Japan’s economy in a period of transition. Our revised growth projections are scheduled to be released in December 2018 and March 2019.

Articles in our former website

 

2018/08/28

In fiscal 2018, we will revise our long-term macroeconomic forecasts to 2060.

2018/03/13

Productivity has not been growing in tandem with increasing PhDs in Japan

- Problem may be rooted in university education or business misapplication
- As imported technology stalls, "self-sufficiency" remains the rule in Japan

Does Japanese research and development contribute to economic growth?

2018/01/12

CO2 Emissions Reduction of 70% by 2050 is Possible with the Introduction of an Environmental Tax

- Making the Environment Protection Compatible with Economic Growth is Possible with Structural Economic Reforms
- Tax Revenues of ¥12 Trillion would be needed if fossil fuel prices remain unchanged

2016/07/27

Potential of Investments in Information and Communications Technology

- GDP Boost of 70 Trillion Yen by Fiscal Year 2030
- Using ICT for Interaction with Customers Is Key

2016/04/27

Time schedule for tax and social security reform should be prepared within two years

- Maintain fiscal discipline by establishing an independent institution
- Implement drastic reform to accelerate growth

Roadmap for Financial Reform

2014/04/08

Vision 2050: Maintain Position as a First-tier Nation

- World Economic Map in 2050
- Establish National Targets to Stabilize Population Decline

Long-Term Forecast and Policy Proposal

2013/03/08

Stabilize Foreign Exchange Rates to Counter a Sovereign Debt Crisis

- Currency reform to end the deflationary economy

Global Financial Framework to Ensure Growth