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Dr Tomoo Kikuchi is an Associate Professor at Waseda University, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) at Nanyang Technological University, and an Associate Editor of Journal of Asian Economics. He grew up in Germany and Japan and studied at universities in Japan, Germany and the UK. He worked at National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, and Korea University and held visiting positions at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Keio University Global Research Institute. He has published papers on topics such as cross-country income convergence, international capital flows, bubbles, and production networks in journals such as Journal of Economic Theory, Theoretical Economics, and Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, and edited many books and journal special issues on trade, finance and investment in Asia. He regularly writes op-eds for newspapers such as The Straits Times and The Nikkei Asian Review. He is frequently consulted by governments in the region. He obtained his PhD in Economics from Bielefeld University in Germany.
Financial Cooperation in East Asia
09 April, 2019
Vietnam's High-Speed Railway and the Profitability of "Shinkansen"
01 September, 2020
Traffic Congestion in Jakarta and the Japanese Experience of Transit-Oriented Development
25 August, 2020
Japanese Infrastructure Investment in Southeast Asia
03 May, 2019
Profitability of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail
24 October, 2018
US-China Trade War: Mixed Currency Fortunes?
26 March, 2019
CO18141 | US Turn to Protectionism: How Should Asia Respond?
27 August, 2018
Last updated on 12/04/2021