Goto, Junichi

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GOTO, Junichi

GOTO, Junichi. Japanese, b. 1951. Genres: Economics. Career: Affiliated with Japanese Ministry of Labor, 1975-86, deputy director of Labor Economy Division, 1990-91; World Bank, economist for International Economics Department, 1987-90; Kobe University, professor, 1991-; MIT, Visiting fellow, 1993-94; Yale University, visiting fellow, 1995; Inter-American Development Bank, consultant, 1998-2000. Publications: Kokusai Rodo no Keizaigaku (title means: International Labor Economics), 1988; Gaikokujin Rodo no Keizaigaku (title means: Economic Analysis of Migrant Workers and International Trade), 1990; Labor in International Trade Theory-A New Perspective on Japanese-American Issues, 1990; Gaikokujin Rodosha to Nihon Keizai (title means: Migrant Workers and the Japanese Economy), 1993; Economic Preconditions for Asian Regional Integration, 1994; Regional Economic Conditions and Article XXIV of the GATT, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Research Institute for Economics and Business, Kobe University, 2-1 Rokkodai-cho, Nada-Ku, Kobe 657, Japan. Online address: [email protected]