Japan specialists secure ARC funding

Two Japan scholars, Associate Professor Ippei Fujiwara and Dr Shiro Armstrong were amongst the 10 Discovery Projects, one Future Fellowship and three Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRAs) won by scholars of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

Ippei Fujiwara’s project, Optimal policy in the global liquidity trap will look at the optimal monetary and fiscal policy and provide a foundation for discussing policy options for the current global liquidity trap.Shiro Armstrong’s project, The fundamental importance of foreign direct investment to Australia in the 21st century: Reforming treaty and dispute resolution practice will look at the economic and legal risks associated with the Australian Government’s policy on investor-state dispute settlement. 

Read more on Ippei's research at his Crawford School staff page.

Shiro Armstrong’s project, The fundamental importance of foreign direct investment to Australia in the 21st century: Reforming treaty and dispute resolution practice will look at the economic and legal risks associated with the Australian Government’s policy on investor-state dispute settlement.

Read more on Shiro's research at his Crawford School staff page.

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