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R. Taggart Murphy will be retiring in March 2016 from his position as Professor of International Political Economy in the MBA Program in International Business at the Tokyo Campus of the University of Tsukuba. He is the author of Japan and the Shackles of the Past (Oxford: 2014) and, with Akio Mikuni, of Japan's Policy Trap (Brookings: 2002), voted the best professional and scholarly book of 2002 in the economics category by the American Association of Publishers. He is also the author of The Weight of the Yen (Norton: 1996), is a frequent contributor to the New Left Review, and has published articles in the Harvard Business Review, the London Review of Books, Fortune, the National Interest, the New Republic, and elsewhere.
Rethinking Japan's Deflation Trap: On the Failure to Reach Kuroda Haruhiko's 2% Inflation Target
Japan's Debt disaster and China's (Non)Rebalancing: Stormy seas ahead?（）−−？
Japan As Number One in the Global Economic Crisis: Lessons for the World? ？
A Loyal Retainer? Japan, capitalism, and the perpetuation of American hegemony？
In the Eye of the Storm: Updating the Economics of Global Turbulence, An Introduction to Robert Brenner's update
Before Sunrise: Will Obama seize a rare opportunity for change in U.S.-Japan relations?
Is Japan Headed for a Fiscal Doomsday?
The Financial Crisis and the Tectonic Shifts in the US-Japan Relationship
Will East Asia Rule the World Economy? Economic and Financial Lessons from the 1970s
Rethinking the Lessons for the US and the World of Japan's 1990s Economic Collapse: Finance Capital and the State
Asia and the Meltdown of American Finance
The Keiretsu and the Japanese Economy
New Asian Drivers, Japan, Korea and the Lessons of History
East Asia's Dollars
Assessing the Economic Aftershocks of Japan’s March 11 Earthquake3.11
3/11 and Japan: A Hinge of History?