Kuroda's 8-Year Quest to Trigger Inflation

More than eight years after launching Japan's ultra-easy monetary program, Kuroda Haruhiko this week becomes the Bank of Japan's longest serving governor. While Kuroda says his policies supported growth and employment, former BOJ policymaker Shirai Sayuri points out that stagnant wages and an aging population have sabotaged the bank's long-running campaign to achieve 2% inflation.