[Webinar] 日本語ウェビナー | 米国長期金利の上昇見通しと実体経済・金融市場への影響



テーマ 米国長期金利の上昇見通しと実体経済・金融市場への影響
日時 2021年4月13日(火)13:00 – 13:40(日本時間)
スピーカー 長井 滋人   | Oxford Economics 在日代表


Shigeto Nagai

長井 滋人 | Oxford Economics 在日代表

他にも、金融政策に関する各種国際会議への参加、アジア金融協力や外貨資産運用といった経験も長い。1993から96年にはエコノミストとしてワシントンDC の国際通貨基金に出向。東京大学経済学部卒業、タフツ大学フレッチャー法律外交大学院で国際関係論修士を取得。


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