This is an open event for all Columbia Family
and Part of Columbia Connect event
Columbia University SIPA and the
Alumni Association of Japan (CUAAJ)
Invite you to attend an evening with SIPA Professors Takatoshi Ito and Patricia Mosser on current issues in Japanese and U.S. monetary policy and implications for the global economy. The program will also include time for Q & A with prospective students on current affairs and studies at SIPA.
Monday, October 29, 2018
18:30 PM - Doors open
19:00 PM – 20:00 PM - Lecture and Q & A
20:00 PM – 21:00 PM - Reception
Veniu: Josui Kaikan
Sakura no ma Room
2-1-1 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku,
Please RSVP to the Columbia University Club of Japan (CUAAJ) at
Fee: ¥ 3000 per person for alumni collect at the door
Takatoshi Ito (left) joined the faculty of SIPA as a Professor of International and Public Affairs in January 2015. An internationally renowned economist, Ito is an expert on international finance, macroeconomics, and the Japanese economy who served from 2006 to 2008 as a member of the Prime Minister’s Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy. He also held senior positions in the Japanese Ministry of Finance and at the International Monetary Fund.
Patricia C. Mosser (right) is a Senior Research Scholar and Senior Fellow at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and Director of the Initiative on Central Banking and Financial Policy and the MPA in Economic Policy Management. Previously, Mosser was head of the Research and Analysis Center at the Office of Financial Research, U.S. Treasury Department. Mosser spent over 20 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where she was a senior manager at the Fed’s open market desk overseeing market analysis, monetary policy implementation including many crisis-related facilities, foreign exchange operations, and analysis of financial stability and reform.
Questions? Please contact the CUAAJ or SIPA’s Office of Alumni Affairs at email@example.com.