Tag Archives: Japan

Interview with Chosun Biz

If your Korean language skills are good, check out my interview with the Chosun Biz newspaper.  If your Koren skills are not good, I am the third picture down form the top.

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Abenomics

See my piece on Abenomics (click on expert view in right hand column) in the Sage Business Research’s Doing Business with Japan (subscription required after October 19).

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On low probability-high cost events

Earthquakes, tsunamis, and nuclear accidents are low probability-high cost events. So are financial crises. There is nothing we can do to prevent earthquakes and tsunamis.  Sure, with improving technology, we are sometimes able to get a bit of advance warning.  … Continue reading

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Japanese tragedy

The tragedy unfolding in Japan at the moment is of unfathomable proportions.  Natural disasters, nuclear disasters, and a great deal of worry that the worst is not yet passed. This is, of course, not the first time Japan has been … Continue reading

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