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Kiminori Matsuyama

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Kiminori Matsuyama (Japanese: 松山公紀) is a Japanese economist. He is a professor of economics at Northwestern University[1] and, since December 2018, the chief scientific adviser of the Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research.[2] He is also international senior fellow at the Canon Institute of Global Studies.[3] He was awarded the Nakahara Prize from the Japanese Economic Association in 1996 and was elected a fellow of the Econometric Society[4] in 1999, and a fellow of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory[5] in 2011.


After receiving his BA in International Relations from the University of Tokyo in 1980, he received a PhD in economics from Harvard in 1987.


Matsuyama’s main fields of research are international trade and macroeconomics. In particular, he has worked extensively on such topics as north-south trade, economic growth, economic development, income inequality, structural change, and endogenous economic fluctuations. He is, in his own words, “interested in understanding the mechanisms behind macroeconomic instability, structural transformation, as well as inequality across countries, regions, and households, and how they interact with credit market imperfections and product market innovations.”[6]


  1. ^ "Kiminori Matsuyama: Department of Economics - Northwestern University".
  2. ^ "Kiminori Matsuyama | Experts". The Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research.
  3. ^ "Kiminori Matsuyama | Research Fellows | The Canon Institute for Global Studies".
  4. ^ "Fellows of the Econometric Society 1950 to 2019 | The Econometric Society".
  5. ^ "Economic Theory Fellows | Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory".
  6. ^ "Kiminori Matsuyama".

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