Fellow Researchers Profile

Kiyoyuki SEGUCHI

Kiyoyuki SEGUCHI

Research Director

[Research Themes]
Japan- US-China relations
Analysis on the Chinese economy

Expertise

  • Chinese Economy
  • Relations among Japan, China and the United States
  • Global order framework project

Columns

Profile

Education

1982 Graduated from the University of Tokyo (B.A. in Economics)

Career

2009.04 - present Research Director, The Canon Institute for Global Studies
2006 - 2008 Chief Representative, Representative Office in Beijing
2004 - 2005 International visiting fellow at RAND Corporation (U.S.A.)
1997 - 2004 Director, Secretariat of the Policy Board,
promoted from Deputy Director in October 2002
1982 Joined Bank of Japan

Papers

  • “Perspective of Economic Development of Bohai-Rim Region” (2008)
  • “Dissolution of Mutual Distrust” - Relations among China, Japan, and the United States, since the 1990s (2005)
  • “An Idea of Revitalization of Local Community by Enhancing Local Cooperation in the Public Elementary and Junior High Schools” (2002)

Others

2019- Director, Japan Asia Community Culture Cooperation Organization
2018- Councilor, Graduate School of Leadership and Innovation Shizenkan University
2018-2019 Senior Advisor to Smart Health Project of UNOPS China
2006 - Board Member, Suginami Institute for Teacher’s Training (Suginami Shihankan)