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Tatsuo Yanagita / Professor / Division of Institutional Building
Department of International Studies / / Political Economy of Money Games

Career Summary
1982-1984: Economist, International Monetary Fund
1984-1985: Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins University
1987-1996: Associate Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University
1996-1998: Associate Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
1998-1999: Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
1999-present: Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
2001-2002: JICA Expert, Advisor at Ministry of Finance, The Republic of Indonesia

Educational Activities
Political Economy of International System, Open Macroeconomics
Graduate School of Economics: The political Economy of Money Games

Research Activities
Political Economy of International System[], Open Macroeconomics, and The Political Economy of Money Games

Literature
1) The Political Economy of Money Games, Toshindo 2015, in Japanese
2) Tatsuo Yanagita, "International Monetary Fund Conditionality and the Korean Economy in the Late 1990s", Peter C. Y. Chow and Bates Gill, editors, Weathering the Storm: Taiwan, Its Neighbors, and the Asian Financial Crisis, Brooking Institution Press, pp. 19|38 , Washington, D.C., 2000.
3) Tatsuo Yanagita, "Reforming the Indonesian Financial System and Fiscal Sustainability", Jurnal Keuangan Dan Moneter, Vol. 6, No. 1, Juli 2003.

Other Activities
Graduate School of Culture and Sciences
Graduate School of Economics

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Future Plan
To launch the search for a common currency in East Asia.

Messages to Students
I welcome students and researchers who have an interest in political integration in East Asia.
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