Only bold reforms, not sporting events, will ensure the big wins that Abenomics promises
For William Pesek's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
The BOJ governor must shift from being a man of bold action to one of courageous words.
Three actions in the past week encapsulate why the prime minister's investment in the Trump White House may backfire
Tokyo's game plan underplays the biggest industry of tomorrow: inventing clean ways to grow rapidly without choking.
As the #MeToo movement spans the globe, Japan is conspicuous for a relative silence, particularly where it matters most.
Could SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son re-energize the Abe administration's structural reform effort?
Former Trump chief strategist may have inadvertently diagnosed why Abe isn't making Japan's economy great again.
The capital has many things going for it, but time isn't among them.
If the Abe administration wants companies to open their wallets, it must disrupt corporate Japan's incrementalism.
The steady parade of corporate scandals shows the government isn't doing enough to bring Japan Inc. to heel.