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TAKAHASHI, Yuta

Assistant Professor
Research Division of Economic Measurement and Statistics

Specialization:
Macroeconomics, International Trade

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Previous research

I went to Northwestern University to earn PhD in economics. My research is in the field of theoretical/empirical macroeconomics with a focus on several topics: implementation problem of monetary policy, eductive/learninig approach for macroeconomics, and cross-sectional macroeconomics (e.g. trade).
A central theme of my research is to develop a better economic theory and models for applied works. Most applied works conceptually rely on an economic theory implicitly or explicitly. Having a better economic theory allows us to understand applied works more deeply. So, my research uses extensively an economic theory that draw from both micro and macro economic theory.

Current research projects

I have been working on the areas mentioned above, and I am interested in Japanese puzzling macroeconomy.

Keywords
implementation, eductive/learning models, cross-sectional analysis