Dr. Robert Feldman: Technology As a Tool for Restoring Peace
Under the title “Technology As a Tool for Restoring Peace”, Dr. Feldman will be speaking about the impact of the Ukraine war on the global and Japanese economy as well as PM Kishida’s policy on New Form of Capitalism.
This event will be held hybrid where presentation & Q&A, will be followed by networking. We welcome all foreign university alumni clubs and their friends.
Date and Time:
June 9th, 2022 (Thu) 19:00-20:30 (Lecture and Q&A),
20：30～(networking session with drinks, incl. alcohol, and foods for onsite participants)
（The lecture will be in Japanese with English-subtitled slides.)
Hybrid style, onsite and online
@ msb田町ステーションタワーN 27階, msb Tamachi station tower North 27F Sky Lobby (Onsite)+ Webinar(online)
The networking event after the lecture will be held at the Fixstarts lounge room in the 28F of the same building.
1. Impact of Ukraine War on the Global Economy Outlook: Inflation, Recession, and Opportunity
2. Impact of Ukraine War on the Japanese Economy: Energy, Food, and Opportunity
3. PM Kishida’s New Form of Capitalism: Can It Solve Japan’s Problems?
４. Accelerating Technology Diffusion: Godzilla, Dr. Serizawa, Maria Theresa, and Churchill
MIT club member: 3,000 JPY, MIT club associate member and guests: 4,000 JPY
Onsite(@ msb Tamachi station tower) participation including networking dinner
Online(Only Webinar) participation
MIT club member: 1,000 JPY, MIT club associate member and guests: 2,000 JPY
To join this event, please register and pay through PEATIX
For any questions please contact the MIT Club of Japan (email@example.com)
Robert Alan Feldman, Senior professor in Tokyo University of Science and Senior advisor of Morgan stanley Securities Co., Ltd.
1976, BA, Economics and Japanese Studies, Yale; 1984, PhD, Economics, MIT. Formerly, Economist with IMF and Salomon Brothers. Member of government and private panels on growth, monetary, fiscal and structural policy. Author of four books in Japanese and one in English. Regular commentator on Japanese language business TV. Interests: macroeconomics, growth economics, energy, food, financial markets, systems.
(From the page of World Economic Forum)