Science and Technology to Promote Economic Growth: A U.S.-Japan Public-Private Forum

James L. Schoff, John P. Holdren, Hakubun Shimomura, Ichita Yamamoto, Keiji Kojima, Hidetoshi Kotera, Michiharu Nakamura, Charles M. Vest, Keith R. Yamamoto, Mitsuhiko Yamashita April 30, 2013 Washington, DC
U.S.-Japan cooperation in science and technology can boost economic growth and strengthen the bilateral relationship.
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Deepening U.S.-Japan cooperation in the spheres of science and technology has the potential to bolster economic growth and strengthen the bilateral relationship writ large. Carnegie will host, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State,  a special public forum of the bilateral U.S.-Japan Science and Technology Joint High Level Committee, to explore ways that science and technology can effectively support economic growth strategies. Leading policymakers in this field from the United States and Japan opened the event, followed by a discussion panel of distinguished representatives from the private sector and academia in both countries. 

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  • Kirk Taylor
    Looking forward to attending!
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  • Yoshiko Yamanaka,College of William and Mary Mason School of Business, Visiting Scholar
    Dear Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Mr. Hakubun Shimomura and Mr. Ichita Yamamoto:

    I greatly appreciate the "Science and Technology to Promote Economic Growth: A U.S.-Japan Public-Private Forum", April 30, 2013.


    元国防長官、Mr.Robert Gatesさんを中心に、政治力のある卒業生、支援者のネットワークを持つ、ヴァージニア州、College of William and Maryでは4月初頭に”マリン シルクロード”をテーマに学際的かつ国際的な講演会を催し、米国内、中東からの講演者、日本からは秋田大学国際資源学教育研究センター所長水田敏夫先生をお招きしご講演いただき大きな反響と再演の要望をいただいております。

    山本大臣と少しでもお話することが可能なのではと、”マリン シルクロード”講演会を演出されたDr. Don Rahtz, 大学の評議員Mr. Douglas Cookをお連れし、フォーラムに参加させていただきました。Dr. Don Rahtzの企画により講演会や共同研究プログラムなど、これからも自然資源開発研究とビジネス促進に関して日本との協力関係を築いていきたいと考えております。ご支援いただければ、幸いと存じます。
    Yoshiko Yamanaka
    College of William and Mary Mason School of Business, Visiting Scholar

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