Tomonori Naito

Dr Tomonori Naito

Research Fellow

Expertise: macroeconomic and monetary theory, and econometric methods

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After a spell working in the financial sector, Dr Naito completed a PhD in economics at Kyoto University.  Naitoh’s expertise lies in macroeconomic and monetary theory and econometric methods.  So far he has used such analytical techniques to understand monetary policy in pre World War Two Japan, a research field which is emerging as an important case study in understanding the effectiveness and long term effects of quantitative easing policies.

Recent Papers:

Naito,N :The Effect of BOJ`s Monetary Policy in the 1930s” Faculty of Policy Studies ,Political Science Faculty of Policy Studies of Kansai University, No.3, March 2010, pp.15-39.

Naito,N :“The Fisherian effect in Japan in the 1930s :Tests of Cointegration” The Economic Review of Kansai University, The Economic Society of Kansai University, No.60, December 2010, pp.53-66.

Naito,N : “Monetary Policy and Economy in the 2000s :Effects of the Policies between Japan and South Korea” Faculty of Policy Studies, Political Science Faculty of Policy Studies of  Kansai University No.5, November 2011, pp.23-43.

Naito,N : “Seigniorage and Inflation in Japan :1931-1937” The Economic Review of Kansai University, The Economic Society of Kansai University, No.62, September 2012, pp.179-193.

Naito,N : “The effect of Japan's exchange rate policy in the 1930s” Faculty of Policy Studies, Political Science Faculty of Policy Studies of Kansai University, No.6, March 2013, pp.47-80.