English monographs, launched in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of RICF, based on research by the RICF staff as well as other researchers in various capacities.
Unpublished papers on research results written by RICF research staff, as well as other researchers, to stimulate broad-based commentary, including from academics and policy makers.
Monographs written on the results of research on such themes as economics, corporate management, finance and the environment (Japanese only).
Published collection of research papers that clarify the issues facing the Japanese economy and society, with new perspectives and analytical methods. Papers are authored by RICF researchers, as well as other researchers in various capacities (Japanese only).
Example: the results of various research workshops held by the institute, written by RICF researchers, as well as others.
26th NBER-TCER-CEPR Conference on Corporate Governance was held on Dec. 8-9th, 2016, co-sponsored by Center for Advanced Research in Finance (CARF), University of Tokyo, and the Research Institute of Capital Formation (RICF), Development Bank of Japan.
On November 18, 2011, RICF invited overseas researchers to attend an international conference covering the fields of corporate finance and corporate governance. This conference provided an opportunity for the candid exchange of opinions concerning the issues of firms such as the role of financial institutions and capital markets, and the allocations of control rights, through reports of the latest academic research results.
On March 5, 2010, RICF invited overseas researchers to attend an international workshop covering the fields of banking, financial markets and corporate governance. Following reports of advanced empirical studies employing unique data, these reports served as the basis for lively discussion among Japanese and overseas researchers.
The Research Center on Global Warming, created within RICF to study such environmental issues as global warming from the perspective of social common capital, invited some of the world's prominent economists, including Nobel laureates in economics, to two international symposiums held in November 1995, entitled "Environment and Sustainable Development."