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Minegishi, Makoto

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Works: 61 works in 122 publications in 3 languages and 3,649 library holdings
Genres: Dictionaries  Folklore 
Roles: Author, Editor, Creator
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Most widely held works by Makoto Minegishi
Corpus analysis and variation in linguistics( )

13 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 1,391 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For sale in all countries except Japan. For customers in Japan: please contact Yushodo Co. In this new edition of TUFS Studies in Linguistics, we aim to showcase the various linguistics research conducted at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. In this first volume, we report on the international symposium hosted by the Global Center of Excellence Program "Corpus-based Linguistics and Language Education (CbLLE)" throughout 2008. Also in this collection, we consider the timeless linguistics issue of "variation" by utilizing the corpus analysis method. Whether socio-linguistic, stylistic or individual, variations manifest in a variety of ways throughout time and space and are closely related to issues surrounding linguistic theories. Additionally this volume includes other research upon diverse themes such as diachronic variation analysis, lexical variations, second language acquisition and bilingualism
Developmental and crosslinguistic perspectives in learner corpus research by Yukio Tono( )

9 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 961 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of current research and developments on the use of learner corpora perceived from developmental and crosslinguistic perspectives. The book is divided into two parts. The eleven contributions of Part I investigate the development of English language skills of young learners across seven countries/regions on the basis of a new corpus resource called the International Corpus of Crosslinguistic Interlanguage (ICCI). Part II contains seven papers devoted to other varieties of learner corpora, especially spoken learner corpora and learner corpora of l
Corpus-based Analysis and Diachronic Linguistics by Yuji Kawaguchi( )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 905 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nowadays, linguists do not question the existence of synchronic variation, and the dichotomy between synchrony and diachrony. They recognize that synchrony can be motivated regionally (diatopic variation), sociolinguistically (diastratic variation), or stylistically (diaphasic variation). But, further, they can also recognize the hybrid nature of synchrony, which is referred to as ""dynamic synchrony."" This conception of synchrony assumes that similar patterns of usage can coexist in a community during a certain period and that their mutual relations are not static but conflicting enough to r
Corpus-based analysis and diachronic linguistics( Book )

10 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nowadays, linguists do not question the existence of synchronic variation, and the dichotomy between synchrony and diachrony. They recognize that synchrony can be motivated regionally (diatopic variation), sociolinguistically (diastratic variation), or stylistically (diaphasic variation). But, further, they can also recognize the hybrid nature of synchrony, which is referred to as "dynamic synchrony." This conception of synchrony assumes that similar patterns of usage can coexist in a community during a certain period and that their mutual relations are not static but conflicting enough to result in a future systematic change through symptomatic synchronic variation. Emergence of a large corpus of written texts for some languages has enabled quantitative as well as qualitative analyses of the synchronic conditions for diachronic changes, over both long and short spans of time. Most of the 14 papers in this volume represent studies on synchronic and diachronic variations based on such corpus data
Santali basic lexicon with grammatical notes by Makoto Minegishi( Book )

6 editions published in 2001 in English and Santali and held by 51 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Monetary policy responses to the crisis and exit strategies by Makoto Minegishi( )

6 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Central banks have responded with exceptional vigour to the crisis by using their traditional interest-rate tools to their limits and deploying a wide range of unconventional measures. This paper documents these responses in a systematic way, reviews the evidence about their impact, and discusses the need to exit from these measures. Unconventional monetary policy measures appear to have been broadly successful in terms of improving conditions in financial markets and stabilising the real economy. In line with the improvement in functioning of financial markets, however, these unconventional measures should be gradually removed. Given the considerable changes in the size and composition of central banks' balance sheets, the exit will likely involve the combination of various tools. More challenging questions surround the decisions of when and how fast the current exceptional amount of stimulus should be reduced and then eliminated. A particularly important goal will be to preserve the hard-won anchoring of inflation expectations and dissipate any hypothetical fears that central banks? greater risk exposure and purchases of bonds issued or backed by governments might have reduced their independence regarding monetary policy decisions
The role of transparency in the conduct of monetary policy by Makoto Minegishi( )

4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In contrast to the once prevailing norm of secrecy and opaqueness, transparency has now become one of the main features characterising the conduct of monetary policy. Detailed analysis of eleven OECD central banks shows that communication practices have converged markedly in the direction of ever greater transparency. Empirical evidence is consistent with the hypothesis that transparency contributes to the successful conduct of monetary policy: higher transparency is a typical element of monetary frameworks that are associated with better anchored inflation expectations and more stable inflation outcomes. Despite this general trend toward increased transparency, however, central banks differ in actual communication practices. There is a particular divergence with respect to transparency in the decision-making process and communication regarding future policy inclination. Although the appropriate degree of transparency in these areas is an unsettled issue, the fact that financial dislocation is impairing conventional monetary transmission makes these two areas critical for policy implementation
Strategies for countries with favourable fiscal positions( )

3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The financial crisis and economic downturn are going to weigh on fiscal positions in OECD countries over the short to medium-term, both through the operation of automatic stabilisers and the enactment of discretionary fiscal stimulus packages. However, the strategic policy options facing OECD countries are mainly determined by the soundness of their underlying fiscal positions which vary substantially. This paper first describes how OECD economies are situated with respect to underlying fiscal balances and net government debt. A number of countries seem to enjoy favourable fiscal positions with underlying fiscal surpluses, low government debt or even positive net financial asset positions. When taking account, as far as possible, of implicit liabilities associated with ageing populations and resource-based revenues, fiscal positions still vary greatly across countries. The paper then examines the criteria involved in deciding whether government financial asset accumulation is in excess of needs and the use to which any excess government saving might be put, whether increasing public spending or reducing taxes. Finally, the determinants of the optimal size of the government balance sheet for any given desired net debt position are discussed
Accounting for one-off operations when assessing underlying fiscal positions( )

3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frequent recourse to large one-off operations in a number of OECD countries has undermined the accuracy of cyclically adjusted fiscal balances as a measure of both the sustainability of public finance and the fiscal stance. This paper first provides detailed information on the nature and amount of these one-offs for 9 OECD countries. The paper then presents a new indicator – the "underlying" fiscal balance – which effectively eliminates the impact of one-offs and cyclical developments. One-offs are derived as the deviations from trend in net capital transfers, i.e. from widely available national account data. This approach provides a consistent treatment of one-offs both across countries and over time, avoiding the potential information biases which could result from an individual identification of one-offs
Strategies for Countries with Favourable Fiscal Positions( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The financial crisis and economic downturn are going to weigh on fiscal positions in OECD countries over the short to medium-term, both through the operation of automatic stabilisers and the enactment of discretionary fiscal stimulus packages. However, the strategic policy options facing OECD countries are mainly determined by the soundness of their underlying fiscal positions which vary substantially. This paper first describes how OECD economies are situated with respect to underlying fiscal balances and net government debt. A number of countries seem to enjoy favourable fiscal positions with underlying fiscal surpluses, low government debt or even positive net financial asset positions. When taking account, as far as possible, of implicit liabilities associated with ageing populations and resource-based revenues, fiscal positions still vary greatly across countries. The paper then examines the criteria involved in deciding whether government financial asset accumulation is in excess of needs and the use to which any excess government saving might be put, whether increasing public spending or reducing taxes. Finally, the determinants of the optimal size of the government balance sheet for any given desired net debt position are discussed
The Role of Transparency in the Conduct of Monetary Policy by Makoto Minegishi( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In contrast to the once prevailing norm of secrecy and opaqueness, transparency has now become one of the main features characterising the conduct of monetary policy. Detailed analysis of eleven OECD central banks shows that communication practices have converged markedly in the direction of ever greater transparency. Empirical evidence is consistent with the hypothesis that transparency contributes to the successful conduct of monetary policy: higher transparency is a typical element of monetary frameworks that are associated with better anchored inflation expectations and more stable inflation outcomes. Despite this general trend toward increased transparency, however, central banks differ in actual communication practices. There is a particular divergence with respect to transparency in the decision-making process and communication regarding future policy inclination. Although the appropriate degree of transparency in these areas is an unsettled issue, the fact that financial dislocation is impairing conventional monetary transmission makes these two areas critical for policy implementation
Monetary Policy Responses to the Crisis and Exit Strategies by Makoto Minegishi( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Central banks have responded with exceptional vigour to the crisis by using their traditional interest-rate tools to their limits and deploying a wide range of unconventional measures. This paper documents these responses in a systematic way, reviews the evidence about their impact, and discusses the need to exit from these measures. Unconventional monetary policy measures appear to have been broadly successful in terms of improving conditions in financial markets and stabilising the real economy. In line with the improvement in functioning of financial markets, however, these unconventional measures should be gradually removed. Given the considerable changes in the size and composition of central banks' balance sheets, the exit will likely involve the combination of various tools. More challenging questions surround the decisions of when and how fast the current exceptional amount of stimulus should be reduced and then eliminated. A particularly important goal will be to preserve the hard-won anchoring of inflation expectations and dissipate any hypothetical fears that central banks? greater risk exposure and purchases of bonds issued or backed by governments might have reduced their independence regarding monetary policy decisions
Accounting for One-off Operations when Assessing Underlying Fiscal Positions( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frequent recourse to large one-off operations in a number of OECD countries has undermined the accuracy of cyclically adjusted fiscal balances as a measure of both the sustainability of public finance and the fiscal stance. This paper first provides detailed information on the nature and amount of these one-offs for 9 OECD countries. The paper then presents a new indicator - the "underlying" fiscal balance - which effectively eliminates the impact of one-offs and cyclical developments. One-offs are derived as the deviations from trend in net capital transfers, i.e. from widely available national account data. This approach provides a consistent treatment of one-offs both across countries and over time, avoiding the potential information biases which could result from an individual identification of one-offs
Kaitei Asai Take mukashibanashi zenshū by Take Asai( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

CD-ROM-ban Asai Take mukashibanashi zenshū by Take Asai( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nihongo Kanbojiago jiten by Makoto Minegishi( Book )

2 editions published in 1991 in Japanese and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Asai Take mukashibanashi zenshū by Take Asai( Book )

3 editions published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Santarugo kiso goishū by Makoto Minegishi( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Santali basic lexicon with grammatical notes( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gengogaku ōyō gengogaku jōhō kōgaku( Book )

4 editions published in 2004 in Japanese and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Minegishi 1956- Makoto

Minegishi, Makoto

Minegishi, Makoto, 1956-

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Минэгиси, Макото

봉안진금 1956-

ミネギシ, マコト

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