Satoshi Koibuchi

All Japan Program People Visitors and Affiliates
satoshi koibuchi

Satoshi Koibuchi, Ph.D.

  • Visiting Scholar
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Biography

Satoshi Koibuchi is an Associate Professor of Finance at Chuo University in Tokyo. His areas of focus are corporate finance, financial system, and macroeconomics. He is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (S-APARC), Stanford University. His main research agenda at S-APARC includes the research on estimating impacts of bank failure on the disruption of bank-firm relationship, and the research on evaluating long run impacts of natural disaster and reconstruction policy on regional economy in Japan.

Koibuchi received his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Tokyo, and B.A. in economics from Waseda University. Before joining Chuo, he was an assistant professor at Chiba University of Commerce and a visiting scholar at School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California, San Diego. He and his coauthors are currently writing a book, Managing Currency Risk: Currency Invoicing and Production Network of Japanese Firms. He is also a Research Fellow and a board member of Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER).