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The Household Savings Rate Paradox - The Population is Aging, but Workers' Households are Saving More
IntroductionJapan’s population is aging at an accelerating pace. In 2000，...
Economic Research Department
Japanese Companies Become More Proactive on the Environment- The Nissay Business Conditions Survey (February 2001)
IntroductionAs global warming， industrial waste disposal and other environment...
How Real Estate Securitization is Stimulating Investment Transactions - Prospects for the Formation of a Real Estate Investment Market
IntroductionWhile Japan has markets for existing homes， rental housing， ...
Medium-term Economic Forecast for Japan (FY 2000-2005) - Overcoming Two Structural Problems of the Economy
Considering the Free Float-Adjustment of the TOPIX - The Need for a New Index and Possible Effects of Implementation
IntroductionThe two most prominent stock market indexes in Japan are the Nikkei 225 Averag...
Financial Research Department
Savings, Consumption and Real Assets of the Elderly in Japan and the U.S. -How the Existing-Home Market Can Boost Consumption
IntroductionAttention on the savings behavior of elderly persons has been growing. The co...