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Imai Presents Paper at Japan Economics Seminar

Masami Imai, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of East Asian Studies, presented his paper “Crowding-Out Effects of a Government-Owned Depository Institution: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Japan,” at the Japan Economic Seminar at Columbia University.

Alden, Imai, Starr Awarded Tenure

The Wesleyan University Board of Trustees affirmed the promotion with tenure, effective July 1, 2009, of the following members of the faculty:

Jane Alden.

Jane Alden.

Jane Alden, associate professor of music, was appointed assistant professor of music at Wesleyan in 2001. Prior, she was an acting assistant professor at Stanford University, and an instructor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Alden was awarded a Wesleyan Center for the Humanities Fellowship and was a visiting research associate at Harvard University. She has been the recipient of a Mellon Center Mini-Grant, a Wesleyan University seed grant, and Wesleyan University Snowdon funding for a symposium.

Her research and teaching interest include manuscript production and music books in the 15th century; historiography of chanson in the late 19th and 20th centuries; The “New York School” of American experimental

Imai Presents Papers to FDIC, Security Prices Forum

Masami Imai, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of East Asian studies.

Masami Imai, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of East Asian studies.

Masami Imai, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of East Asian studies, presented his paper “Crowding-Out Effects of a Government-Owned Depository Institution” at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, DC on Oct. 24 and at the Center for Research in Security Prices Forum in Chicago, Ill. on Nov. 3.

Imai Receives FDIC Research Grant

Masami Imai, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of East Asian Studies, received a research grant from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Center for Financial Research for a proposal titled “Real Effects of Finance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Japan” on April 30.