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The Japan Economic Research Institute

The Japan Economic Research Institute (JERI) was established in 1946, during the chaotic postwar period when Japan’s future was still uncertain. Rather than focusing on the nation’s immediate problems, Kamekichi Takahashi, as JERI’s founder, was determined to study the fundamental questions that concerned the Japanese economy. This has been remained the institute’s objective over the years, as former Chairman Dr. Osamu Shimomura and other researchers have expanded its activities in collaboration with Japan’s economic and academic communities.

In the coming years, JERI will continue to devote itself to the betterment of the Japanese economy and the autonomy and sustained development of its regional communities.

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