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Projects accepted in fiscal 2019

Human Capital, Job Search, Job Transition and Promotion in the Japanese Labor Market
Research leader:Hideo Owan (Waseda University)
Industrialization in colonial Korea: Evidence from Register of Factories
Research leader:Lee Chang Min (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Reconsidering the boundary between self-employment and wage work: a comparison between Japan and France
Research leader:Aki Suwa-Eisenmann (Paris School of Economics)
The effect of importing, exporting, and foreign direct investment on the demand for skills and occupations and its implications on young and old workers as well as regular and non-regular jobs.
Research leader:Hiroyuki Kasahara (University of British Columbia)
The Effect of School District Abolition of Entrance Examination of Public High School on High School Student's Career Choice
Research leader:Ryoh Ogawa (Osaka City University)
Labor Forces and Population on the Long-term Economic Statistics for the Philippines
Research leader:Yoshihiro Chiba (Health Sciences University of Hokkaido)
Empirical Analysis of the Impacts of Large Retail Shop Closures
Research leader:Yuhei Miyauchi (Stanford University)
Temporal structures of gender inequalities in Japan
Research leader:Man-Yee Kan (University of Oxford)
Economic Analysis of Disabled Employment Using Microdata of Survey of Actual Status of Salary in the Private Sector
Research leader:Koyo Miyoshi (Aichi-gakuin University)
Asset mobility in pre-modern Japan: The case of Niita village, 1720-1880
Research leader:Satomi Kurosu (Reitaku University)
Ideal number of children in families. Comparative Study of Japan, Germany, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates
Research leader:Kseniia Gatskova (Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies)
Globalization, purdah and women's labor force participation in South Asia
Research leader:Ian Coxhead (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
International comparison of sectoral labour productivity
Research leader:Tokihiko Settsu (Musashi University)
The Impact of Population Decrease on Tax, Welfare and Household Spending - An Empirical Study Using Geographical Data from Japan
Research leader:Shinsuke Ito (Chuo University)
Information Frictions in Firm-to-Firm Trade: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Japan
Research leader:Daisuke Miyakawa (Hitotsubasi University)

※ Additional Projects(6/14)
Is There A Trade-off or Synergy for the Relationship between Green Power Policy and Sustainability of Agribusinesses? Empirical Evidence in Japan
Research leader:Yessica C.Y. CHUNG (Pingtung University of Science and Technology)
Information Revolution and Political Revolution: An Empirical Investigation of Forbidden Books as a Determinant of the French Revolution
Research leader:Yu Sasaki (Waseda University)
Elderly's Employment Situation in China, Japan, and Singapore: Evidence from the Longitudinal Panel Surveys
Research leader:Jessica Ya Sun (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
Reforms of Tax and Social Security in Japan: Empirical and Simulation Analysis Using Microdata
Research leader:Takeshi Miyazaki (Kyushu University)
International Comparison of Household Finance for East Asia
Research leader:Arito Ono (Chuo University)
Firms' heterogeneity and education wage premia
Research leader:Cristiano Perugini (University of Perugia)
Development of Markup and Related Competition Variables
Research leader:Shuichiro Nishioka (West Virginia University)
Construction of Comparative Long-Term Data on Living Standards of East Asian Countries from the Late 19th Century to the Mid-20th Century
Research leader:Duol Kim (Myongji University)
Consumption of top income earners in Japan and Britain
Research leader:Shinobu Majima (Gakushuin University)
Study of Industrial Enterprises and Industrial Labour in Faridabad region in India
Research leader:Jesim Pais (Society for Social and Economic Research)
Land Use and Aggregate Productivity
Research leader:Jiro Yoshida (Pennsylvania State University)
A quantitative analysis on the need of personal support
Research leader:Shuhei Ikai (Hitotsubashi University)
Personalities, career characteristics, and the historical development of Japanese monetary policy
Research leader:Christopher Spencer (Loughborough University)