October 3, 2011, 10:00-17:00  Venue:NIKKEI HALL (1-3-7 Otemach, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

International symposium "After the global crisis, which models of growth?"


The Canon Institute for Global Studies, Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS

With the support of

Nikkei Inc., ANA, Banque de France, Toyota Motor Corporation, French Embassy in Japan, MITSUI & CO., LTD

With the participation of

the ESPD Project (Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo), French Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCIFJ)

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111003symposium_summary_image.png Summary of the symposium(PDF:4.8MB)
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Opening Remarks

  • Toshihiko Fukui
    President, The Canon Institute for Global Studies

    The script by Toshihiko Fukui(PDF:21KB)
    extract from the above summary file

Keynote Speech

  • Christian Noyer,
    Governor of Banque de France

    "How far has the global economy healed from the financial crisis and the ensuring recession?"

    The script by Christian Noyer(PDF:307KB)
    extract from the above summary file

Roundtable 1: Perspectives on growth

  • Were global imbalances responsible for ushering in the financial crisis? What is the current situation? What are the potential domestic sources of growth?

    ・ Moderator: Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS)
    ・ French speaker: François Bourguignon (PSE)
    ・ Japanese speaker: Fumio Hayashi (Hitotsubashi University)

    Mr. Sébastien Lechevalier, Prof. François Bourguignon, Prof. Fumio Hayashi from left

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    The summary of Roundtable 1(PDF:295KB)
    extract from the above summary file

    The presentation by François Bourguignon(PDF:335KB)

    The presentation by Fumio Hayashi(PDF:524KB)

Roundtable 2: From innovation to growth

Roundtable 3: Financial reform and impact on economic growth

  • How can the financial sector contribute to world economic growth under a new regulatory environment? How will the global financial market function in terms of global financial intermediation as well as management of economic risks?

    ・ Moderator: Keiichiro Kobayashi (CIGS)
    ・ French speaker: Robert Ophèle (Banque de France)
    ・ Japanese speaker: Junichi Ujiie (Nomura)

    Mr. Keiichiro Kobayashi, Mr. Robert Ophèle, Mr. Junichi Ujiie from left

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    The summary of Roundtable 3(PDF:216KB)
    extract from the above summary file

    The script by Robert Ophèle (PDF:138KB)

    The script by Junichi Ujiie(PDF:40KB)

Roundtable 4: Policy panel (with a focus on fiscal and regulation policies)

  • How can governments reform the financial system to avoid another global crisis and the fiscal system to solve the debt problem? How can governments support business dynamism in terms of competition policy? What are the prospects for international coordination in these areas?

    ・ Moderator: Akinari Horii (CIGS)
    ・ French speakers: Benoit Coeuré (MINEFI), Jean-Luc Gaffard (Nice University and OFCE)
    ・ Japanese speakers: Takehiko Nakao (JMOF), Hiroshi Yoshikawa (The University of Tokyo)

    Mr. Akinari Horii, Prof. Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Prof. Jean-Luc Gaffard from left

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    Mr. Takehiko Nakao, Mr. Benoit Coeuré, from left

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    The summary of Roundtable 4(PDF:338KB)
    extract from the above summary file

    The presentation by Jean-Luc Gaffard(PDF:146KB)

    The presentation by Hiroshi Yoshikawa (PDF:1.3MB)

Closing Remarks

  • Toshihiko Fukui
    President, The Canon Institute for Global Studies