KATSU Etsuko

Professor, School of Political Science and Economics,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
International monetary economics, theoretical and empirical research of the international monetary system and financial system

Research themes:
Liberalization of international capital transaction and international harmonization of financial regulation, Exchange regime and financial policy, Monetary system and financial system in Asia

Main books and papers:
◆“Who Will Provide the Next Financial Model” (Palgrave, 2013)
◆“New International Financing – Theory, History, and Reality” (Yuhikaku, 2011)
◆“Reform of the International Financial System and the Role of the IMF – The Shape of Financial Regulations and the IMF, FSB, and G20” in “Corroborative Study: Financial Crisis and the Global Economy” (Keiso Shobo, 2010)
◆“The International Financial Market” in “International Financial Theory,” New International Financing Text 1 (Yuhikaku, 2008)
◆“Financial Globalization and Prudential Policy – With a Focus on BASEL II” in “New Developments in Financial System Theory” (2008)
◆“The Foreign Exchange Regimes of Emerging Countries and Currency Systems in Asia” in “Proceedings of the Institute of Social Sciences,” No. 47 (2) (Meiji University, 2009)