William Pesek

William Pesek is a Tokyo-based journalist and author of "Japanization: What the world can learn from Japan's lost decades." He is a former columnist for Bloomberg and Barron's.

  • Asia is about to get Trumped, again, and again

    Amid growing tension, sudden tariffs on Beijing sets stage for bigger trade clashes

  • Irrational exuberance, Indian-style?

    Modi should ditch Trump's playbook and tackle toughest challenge: bad loans

  • ASEAN's awkward midlife crisis

    Regional bloc needs closer integration to withstand challenges

  • China's debt troubles are rapidly going global

    Beijing's debt binge is a clear danger to the global economy

  • Why Thailand risks a lost economic decade

    Junta must tackle underlying causes of low growth

  • Is the BOJ about to shock markets anew?

    Pressure mounts on Kuroda to save Abenomics

  • Why Singapore is struggling to reinvent itself

    Roots of today`s problems were visible in the city-state over 20 years ago

  • Can Mahathir's return save Malaysia?

    Bold change is needed to restore Malaysia's competitiveness

  • How Moon can recharge South Korea's batteries

    Green energy could be Seoul`s next boom industry

  • Japan's four lessons for debt addict China

    Beijing must clamp down on credit and pounce on shadow banking to avert a crisis

  • Philippines loses its shock absorber

    Uncertainty for investors as respected central bank chief steps down

  • How to reboot Abenomics

    Five steps Japan could take to engineer a turnaround