OHNO Kenichi

OHNO Kenichi

OHNO Kenichi

Faculty Fellow (until March 31, 2003)

Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)

Expertise

Development economics, international finance

Education

Sep.1979 Exchange student, University of Chicago (1 year)
Mar.1981 BA in economics, Hitotsubashi University
Mar.1983 MA in economics, Hitotsubashi University
Jun.1987 Ph.D. in economics, Stanford University

Experience

Jun.1982 Summer intern, International Monetary Fund (3 months)
Sep.1984 Research assistant, Department of Economics, Stanford University (3 years)
Sep.1987 Economist, Research and Middle Eastern Departments, International Monetary Fund
Aug.1991 Associate Professor, Institute of Socio-Economic
Planning, Tsukuba University
Apr.1996 Professor, Graduate School of Policy Science, Saitama University
Oct.1997- Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Apr.1999 Visiting scholar, Asian Development Bank Institute (1 year)

Selected Publications and Papers

International Monetary Systems and Economic Stability, Toyo Keizai, 1991 (Japanese).
IMF and World Bank, Nihon Hyoronsha, 1993, with I. Ohno (Japanese).
Strategy for Transition to Market, Yuhikaku, 1996 (Japanese).
East Asian Development Economics, Yuhikaku, 1997, with K. Sakurai (Japanese).
Dollar and Yen, MIT Press, 1997, with R. McKinnon.
Japanese Views on Economic Development, Routledge, 1998, with I. Ohno.
Globalization of Developing Countries, Toyo Keizai, 2000 (Japanese).

Others

Mainichi Economist Award, 1992.
Asia-Pacific Special Award, 1997.
Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities, 2001.
Osaragi Jiro Award for Critical Works, 2001.