Economic Security Strategy
As part of the National Economic Security Strategy Project, API published discussions on economic security strategies in the API Geoeconomic Briefing. See below for our articles on economic security strategies.
What Japan needs to do to boost its economic security (SUZUKI Kazuto, Senior Research Fellow)
Japan must take a multifaceted approach to its economic security (HOSOYA Yuichi, Research Director)
How Japan should approach military tech competition (JIMBO Ken, MSF Executive Director)
Japan’s energy dilemma: How to achieve security alongside decarbonization (SHIBATA Narumi, Research Associate)
Firms see U.S.-China tensions as economic security threat, survey shows (TOGASHI Mariko, API Matsumoto-Samata Fellow)
Why cyber defense in Japan is so unreliable (MURAI Jun, Dean, API Institute of Geoeconomic Studies; Senior Fellow)
Japan needs radical change to achieve health security (SAGARA Yoshiyuki, Fellow)
Monetary security is a fight over infrastructure financing, currency and sanctions (OYA Shin, Senior Research Fellow)
Economic Security Survey of 100 Japanese Companies
From November 2021 to December 2021, API surveyed 100 companies in Japan (including research organizations) that we considered as both playing a critical role in Japan’s economic security and being susceptible to changes in economic security dynamics. The survey focused on issues and risks related to economic security, as well as expectations of and requests to the government. Click here for the survey results (published on December 24, 2021).
API delivered a presentation on its Economic Security Survey of 100 Japanese Companies at a seminar co-organized by the Society of International Business and Legal Studies and The Japanese Association of International Business Law on March 3, 2022. Click here to read more.