TOKYO (Reuters) – Former Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has received a job offer from a prominent Tokyo university days after retiring from the central bank chief, a university official told Reuters on Wednesday. invite.
Haruhiko Kuroda will become a senior academic fellow at the National Institute for Policy Research (GRIPS), a job aimed at using his extensive teaching experience to teach students, many of them from Asia, the official said .
“As of yesterday, we have appointed Haruhiko Kuroda as a senior researcher. His work is based on basic research, but he will also give lectures from the fall, as he wishes,” Takahiro Okamoto , a GRIPS official told Reuters, adding that details had yet to be finalized.
Haruhiko Kuroda could not immediately be reached for comment.
Haruhiko Kuroda served as Governor of the Bank of Japan from March to April 8, having previously served as President of the Asian Development Bank and Japan’s Deputy Vice President for International Affairs Chancellor of the Exchequer.