CBSCJ: "Will vaccination work on new coronavirus variant?" Lessons from Developed Countries and Directions of Japan by Kosuke Motani '94

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Wed, Jun 16, 2021

7 PM – 8 PM (GMT+9)

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"Will vaccination work on new coronavirus variant?" Lessons from Developed Countries and Directions of Japan by Kosuke Motani '94


CBSCJ cordially invites you to a webinar as a part of monthly meeting in June.

Mr. Kosuke Motani, CBS Class of '94, Chief Senior Economist, the Japan Research Institute, Limited will talk about "Will vaccination work on new coronavirus variant? – lessons from developed countries and directions of Japan."

Mr. Motani has graduated from CBS in 1994 and is the economist who draws attention in Japan now. He wrote “The truth of deflation” in 2010 and provided a new and a standout analysis to Japanese deflation. He also wrote many books about local revitalization including “Satoyama (rural) Capitalism.” When the large scale vaccination projects started in Japan, we expect his lecture will draw close attention.     
You can invite your families and friends to the event. Please join!

Details are as follows:
Date: June 16, 2021 (Wednesday)
7:00PM to 8:00 PM
Topics: "Will vaccination work on new coronavirus variant? – lessons from developed countries and directions of Japan."
Venue: Webinar (access information will be informed to those who register)
Admission Fee: Free
RSVP: please fill in the form from this link or email info@cbscj.org with your name, school, graduation year, and contact information.
Please join us !

Note: 1) The lecture will be in Japanese. 2) The schedule is subject to change.

Membership information:
https://www.cbscj.org/%E5%85%A5%E4%BC%9A%E3%81%94%E6%A1%88%E5%86%85/

Brief Bio of Mr. Motani
Chief Senior Economist, the Japan Research Institute, Limited
Special advisor, Regional Planning Department, Development Bank of Japan 
Head of NPO ComPus

Born in Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1964, Mr. Motani had traveled 94 foreign countries and all 3200 Japanese cities, towns and villages before Heisei grand integration. Mr. Motani is known as "The Top Figure in Japan in the Field of Demography and Regional Economy Promotion” in creating and presenting strategies for helping national and local governments, private enterprises and NPOs toward economic prosperity and business success. He is the author of many best-sellers including Defure no Shotai ( “Non-monetary deflation in Japan") and Satoyama Capitalism. 
Mr. Motani graduated from the University of Tokyo with a BA in Law in 1988 and acquired an MBA from Columbia Business School in 1994.