Japan Economic Research Institute, Inc. (JERI) implements training programs targeting high-level and working-level officials and staff members of governmental and financial organizations in developing countries. Specifically, JERI carries out training programs focusing on examination of companies and financial analysis targeting Asian countries, especially those in the process of transition to market economy to convey Japanese experiences of post-war industrial cultivation, and knowledge and experiences of development policy and development finance.

Example Projects

  • Expert Team for Building Operational Capacity of Development Bank of Mongolia

  • Laos-Japan Human Resources Cooperation Center Project (Phase 2)--Support for the Business Course Activities (2nd year)

  • Lecture "Future Business Possibility of Mekong Area that Is Expected--Economic and Industry Trend of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia "

  • Lecture for Training Local Government Officials of Indonesia "Management of Government Expenditure and Roles of Local Financial Institutions"

  • Lecture of Public Policy for Government Officials of Laos "Public Finance Management"