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Yoshihiro Tsurumi

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City University of New York

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City University of New York

365 Fifth Avenue, Room 3300.31

New York City, New York,10016

United States

Company Description

The City University of New York is the nation's leading urban public university. Founded in New York City in 1847, the University comprises 24 institutions: 11 senior colleges, seven community colleges, the William E. Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, the CUNY ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Baruch College


Professor

Zicklin School of Business


President

Pacific Basin Center Foundation


Associate Professor of International Business

HBS


Visiting Associate Professor of International Business

Harvard Business School


Affiliations

Society of Global Business

Advisory Board Member


Web References(39 Total References)


Governance & Administration « グローバルビジネス学会

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Jordi Canals, Dean, IESE Business School Edilberto C. de Jesus, Dean, Asia Institute of Management (AIM) Teijiro Furukawa, Domestic and Foreign Policy Center (former Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary) Yasuchika Hasegawa, Chairman, CEO, Takeda Pharmaceutical Corporation / Chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives Toru Hashimoto, Advisor, Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) Tetsuo Iwasaki, Chairman, GPI (former Chairman, Senior Vice President, Applied Materials Japan) Teisuke Kitayama, Chairman, Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Koji Oboshi, former Chairman, NTT DoCoMo Katsuhiko Shirai, Chairman of the Open University of Japan / former President, Waseda University Yoshihiro Tsurumi, Professor, Graduate School of Baruch College, The City University of New York (CUNY)


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Jordi Canals, Dean, IESE Business School Edilberto C. de Jesus, Dean, Asia Institute of Management (AIM) Teijiro Furukawa, Domestic and Foreign Policy Center (former Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary) Yasuchika Hasegawa, Chairman, CEO, Takeda Pharmaceutical Corporation / Chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives Toru Hashimoto, Advisor, Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) Tetsuo Iwasaki, Chairman, GPI (former Chairman, Senior Vice President, Applied Materials Japan) Teisuke Kitayama, Chairman, Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Koji Oboshi, former Chairman, NTT DoCoMo Katsuhiko Shirai, Chairman of the Open University of Japan / former President, Waseda University Yoshihiro Tsurumi, Professor, Graduate School of Baruch College, The City University of New York (CUNY)


Japan Society, New York - What's Wrong With Japan? Video

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Yoshihiro Tsurumi, Professor of International Business, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, the City University of New York


Japan Society, New York - What's Wrong with Japan? Implications for Tokyo's Political Dysfunction

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Yoshihiro Tsurumi, Professor of International Business, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, the City University of New York
Yoshihiro Tsurumi of the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College said that one cause for the dysfunction that plagues Japanese politics today is seikei bunri, the notion "that politics and economics should be--not only can be but should be--separated." This notion came into vogue in the early 1950s, when Japan was eager to open up relations with Communist China, and China in turn sought new connections with Japan, Professor Tsurumi said. Since then it has "been built into not only the psychic [guidelines], but actually the policy guidelines of many Japanese--I would say all the leaders, all walks of life, journalists, specialists, politicians and bureaucrats." "Of course the Chinese have long forgotten about it," he said. Professor Tsurumi said. "Neoconservative, very narrow minded, ultra nationalistic and everything else"--the portrait of red-state Kansas in Frank's 2004 book gives readers "a good grasp of those nationalistic elements of the LDP." There remain some reasons for optimism, according to Professor Tsurumi. Japan's manufacturing sector still retains some capabilities and strengths, "and those are the basis by which Japan can reorder its relationship with the U.S," Professor Tsurumi concluded. "In a nutshell the bailout of the American banks certainly was necessary," responded Professor Tsurumi. But money is like blood circulating in the body--putting more into circulation won't revive the U.S. economy by itself. "You have to improve the muscle tone, the legs and everything else," by means of "a real economic stimulus." "Yen-dollar relationships will muddle through," he said; in 1995, Japanese manufacturing industries withstood a ¥79-to-the-dollar shock. "The obvious solution is to expand the manufacturing activities inside the U.S.--cheaper dollar currency areas--and create more jobs," Professor Tsurumi added.


GLOCOM Platform - Special Topics - Colloquium

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Yoshihiro Tsurumi (Professor, City University of New York)Windows Media PlayerProfessor Tsurumi has made a supplementary remark to the radio-program that "Unlike the last election time, American mass media seem to have finally begun to vet President George W. Bush's fitness as the President of the U.S.They are increasingly looking into his performance at Harvard Business School."


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