Martin Schulz is Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI), a private think tank and consultancy that focuses on economic analysis and corporate strategy in Japan. He is in charge of research and consultation on macroeconomics, finance, and corporate overseas strategies. His work is widely quoted in international media – with regular interviews at Bloomberg, CNBC, the BBC, etc.
Previously, Martin was a visiting researcher at the Bank of Japan and University of Tokyo, assistant professor of Economic Policy and Monetary Integration at Free University Berlin in Germany, and guest professor at a number of universities in Europe and Japan.
A selection of books and articles by Martin Schulz:
- “Consolidation, Financial Innovation and Chances for Internationalization in Japanese Banking”, FRI Research Report, No.264, 2006
- “Service Company Strategies in East Asia” (with Andreas Moerke, Research Fellow, German Institute for Japanese Studies), FRI Research Report, No.263, 2006
- “Why Do Foreign Firms Leave Japan? –A Survey of Investment Experiences and Exit Considerations –”, FRI Research Report, No.262, 2006
- “Europe’s Experience with Economic Policy Integration”, FRI Research Report, No.208, 2004
- “European Enlargement: Structural Change, Outlook, and Chances for Foreign Investment”, FRI Research Report, No.202, 2004
- “Changing the Rules of the Game: The Reform of (Corporate) Governance in Japan”, FRI Research Report, No.192, 2004
- “Industry in Japan: Structural Change, Productivity, and Chances for Growth”, with Tatsuya Kimura, Paper for the FRI Volume on Industrial Restructuring in Japan, 2003
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