Brief Vitae of Fumio Hayashi

  • 1980  Ph.D. (Economics) Harvard University
  • 1980  Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Northwestern University 
  • 1982  Associate Professor, Institute of Socio-Economic Planning, University of Tsukuba
  • 1985  Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Osaka University 
  • 1988  Professor, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania 
  • 1993  Carl Shoup Professor of Japanese Economy, Department of Economics, Columbia University
  • 1995  Professor, Department of Economics, University of Tokyo 
  • 2009  Professor, International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University  
  • 2015  Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
  • 2018  Senior Professor, GRIPS

  • Click here for full CV in pdf,  here for Google citations.

Research Interests

         Macroeconomics, Applied Econometrics

Recent Publications 

  • "The Long-Run Taylor Principle Revisited", Economics Letters, December 2017, final WP version.
  • "Computing Equilibrium Bond Prices in the Vayanos-Vila Model", Research in Economics, June 2018, open access PDF.
  • "Exiting from QE", co-authored with Junko Koeda, forthcoming, Quantitative Economics, final WP version, supplementary material.
  • "The Peril of the Inflation Exit Condition", forthcoming, Japanese Economic Review, final WP version.
  • 「インフレ率によるゼロ金利解除の弊害」("The Peril of the Inflation Exit Condition"の日本語版)PDF


Current Office Address

        7-22-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8677

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