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Tetsuaki TAKANO

Senior Economist

Specialty:Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Economic Forecasting

Biography

Education
B.A. in Economics, Keio University, March 2011
M.A. in Economics, Keio University, March 2013
MSc in Economics with distinction, University College London, 2020

Papers. etc.

“Pace of Increase in BOJ’s Holding of JGBs Slowing - Does the purchase limit risk still remain?”, with Ikuko Samikawa, Japan Financial Report No.34, MAY 2017
“BOJ's ETF Purchases Expanding Steadily - How long will the BOJ hold risky assets with no maturity?”, with Ikuko Samikawa, Japan Financial Report No.35, JULY 2017
“What loss will the BOJ incur if it exits QQE right now?”, with Ikuko Samikawa, Japan Financial Report No.36, SEPT 2017
“Yield Curve Control Has Enhanced Policy Sustainability - Exit Made More Difficult by Continuing Purchases of Risky Assets”, with JCER Financial Research Team, Japan Financial Report No.37, FEB 2018
“The BOJ’s Monetary Policy Dilemma - Fear that whether the BOJ heads for an exit or maintains monetary easing, it will put a burden on the nation”, with JCER Financial Research Team, Japan Financial Report No.38, APR 2018
“BOJ’s Dilemmas for Monetary Normalization (in Japanese)”, with Kazumasa Iwata, Ikuko Samikawa and Japan Center for Economic Research, Nikkei Publishing Inc, 2018.
“Rise in interest rate risk of regional banks under new phase of monetary easing - Application of new interest rate risk standard to domestic banks from the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019”, with JCER Financial Research Team, Japan Financial Report No.39, FEB 2019
“Prolongation of Quantitative and Qualitative Monetary Easing and Management Stability of Regional Financial Institutions - Acceleration in restructuring of regional financial institutions due to population decline, and negative impacts longevity have on monetary policy operations, 2019”, with JCER Financial Research Team, Japan Financial Report No.40, MAY 2019
“Global Imbalances and Demographic Changes”, with Kazumasa Iwata and Saeko Maeda, Discussion Paper 149, OCT 2019
"Comparing the Earned Income Tax Credit and Universal Basic Income in a Heterogeneous Agent Model", with Ryo Hasumi, Discussion Paper 153, AUG 2021