YASUNOBE Shin

YASUNOBE Shin

YASUNOBE Shin

Consulting Fellow (until March 31, 2003)

Executive Director, Stanford Japan Center-Research, Stanford University

Expertise

e-commerce, IT technology and industrial structure

Education

1978 B.A. in Economics, University of Tokyo
1985 M.A. in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Michigan, U.S.A.

Experience

1978-2000
Ministry of International Trade and Industry. Experienced in U.S.-Japan Trade negotiations (Semiconductor, Structural Initiative, Machine tools, etc.), Personnel Affairs, Minister's Secretary, Trade Credit, and Information Policies (Software, e-commerce, network security, etc.)
2000-Now
President & CEO, YAS-Create Corporation
Executive Director, Stanford Japan Center for Research
Policy Advisor to the Governor of Mie Prefecture
2001-Now
Visiting Professor, Waseda University
Consulting Fellow, Research Institute of Economy Trade and Industry
Policy Advisor to the Governor of Okayama Prefecture

Selected Publications and Papers

"Does Japanese Economy Truly Have Dumping Structure ?", Chuou-Koron, Chuou-Koron-Sha, September, 1988
"Eight Myths About the Dollar (TRANSLATION)" by James Tobin, ECONOMICS OF CHANGING DOLLAR pp35-53 Edited by Stefan Gerlach and Peter Petri, Japan Economic Journal, 1989
"U.S. Trade Policy", A Hundred Keywords to the U.S.-Japan Relationship pp57-85, Edited by Toyoo Gyoten and Makoto Kuroda, Yuhikaku 1992
Introduction to APEC, Coauthored with Prof. Ippei Yamazawa and Mr. Toshio Suzuki, Japan Economic Journal, 1994
"New Focus on Infrastructure Development Policies", Toyo Economic Journal, March, 1998
"Flattering Japan in the era of digital revolution", This is YOMIURI, January, 1999