The Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry organizes policy symposiums and various seminars as a means to activate policy debate by putting forward the findings of each research project and eliciting public opinions from various points of view. RIETI researchers make presentations on their respective research projects while inviting experts in the relevant fields - policymakers, practitioners, scholars, and journalists - to participate in active debate and further refine research results.
RIETI organizes various workshops inviting experts from Japan and abroad and policymakers as a means to improve the quality of our research.
RIETI's periodic Brown Bag Lunch (BBL) seminars welcome an array of guest experts to share their research and views. The sessions encourage lively discussion that contributes to dynamic policy-related debate.
Presently, BBL Seminars are not open to the public as spaces are limited. Select transcripts are available below.
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of its establishment, the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) will host a 10th Anniversary Seminar presenting four scholars who have been taking the lead in our research activities over the years.
The International Economics Seminar series is intended for researchers to report and discuss latest research results and trends in various fields in a casual setting. Unlike RIETI's policy symposiums and seminars intended for the public, the international economic seminar series is more like regular seminars and workshops held at graduate schools in Japan and abroad. It is also unique in that the audience includes RIETI consulting fellows who are officers at government ministries and agencies.