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Kiyohiko Fukushima

economist

Kiyohiko Fukushima, Japanese economist. Recipient Takahashi Kamekichi award Toyo Keizai Publications, Inc., 1984, Okita Saburo award Economic Planning Agency, 1995. Member Institute International Strategic Studies (Japan committee since 1992), Policy Research Committee.

Background

Fukushima, Kiyohiko was born on December 6, 1944 in Nishinomiya, Hyogoken, Japan. Son of Tohta and Yasuko Fukushima.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 1967. Master of Arts, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 1969.

Career

Economic correspondent Mainichi Shinbun, Tokyo, 1969-1977. Senior economist Nomura Research Institute, 1978-1980. Guest scholar Brookings Institution, Washington, 1980-1981.

Senior economist Nomura Research Institute, New York City, 1981-1983, general manager Washington, 1983-1986, deputy director economic research Tokyo, 1986-1989, director policy research department, 1989-1992, general manager, senior economist, 1992-1994, chief economist, since 1996, chief economist Tokyo headquarters, 2002—2004. President Nomura Research Institute Europe, Ltd., 1999—2002. Professional lecturer school advanced international studies Johns Hopkins University, Washington, 1994-1996.

Professor economic policy Rikkyo University, Tokyo, since 2005. Visiting fellow Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1976—1977.

Works

  • Author: Regionalism and Foreign Direct Investment, 1993, The Age of the Pacific, 1994.

Membership

Member Institute International Strategic Studies (Japan committee since 1992), Policy Research Committee.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Athletics, jogging, movies.

Connections

Married Chizuko Yamauchi, November 2, 1970. Children: Izumi, Nobuhiko.

father:
Tohta Fukushima

mother:
Yasuko Fukushima

spouse:
Chizuko Yamauchi

children:
Izumi Fukushima

Nobuhiko Fukushima