GRIPS-related news of each faculty member

■Professor OTA, Hiroko

Specialty: Public Finance Policy

 

*Information correct as of the time of publication of listed media.

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2018.10.27 Editorial: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on Liberal Democratic Party economic reform. Syukan Toyo Keizai Plus (Paid content)
2018.10.20 Editorial: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on Liberal Democratic Party economic reform. Syukan Toyo Keizai Plus (Paid content)
2018.10.13 Editorial: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on Liberal Democratic Party economic reform. Syukan Toyo Keizai Plus (Paid content)
2018.10.6 Editorial: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on Liberal Democratic Party economic reform. Syukan Toyo Keizai Plus (Paid content)
2018.8.9 Editorial: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on the future of capitalism. The Nikkei (national newspaper)
2018.4.16 Comment: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota at a press conference regarding the Regulatory Reform Promotion Council. Tokyo Simbun
2017.12.2 Interview: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on system reform for the effective use of radio waves. The Mainichi Shimbun (national newspaper)
2017.1.6 Comment: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on U.S. government criticism of Japanese companies.
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NHK Online
2016.10.14

Interview: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota on the regulartory reform.

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Sankei news
2016.9.13 News: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota is the new chairman of the Council for Regulatory Reform.
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The Nikkei(national newspaper)
2016.9.7

News: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota is the new chairman of the Council for Regulatory Reform.

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Gendai Business (news media)
2016.9.2

News: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota is the new chairman of the Council for Regulatory Reform.

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The Nikkei(national newspaper)
2016.8.25 News: GRIPS Professor Hiroko Ota became the new chairman of the Council of Regulatory Reform. The Nikkei(national newspaper)

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