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AffiliationGraduate School of Economics
PositionAssociate Professor
Year of Birth

Educational Background

Academic Degrees
Degree: Ph.D. in Economics (University of Michigan)
Method: Coursework
Year: 2013
Graduate School
Hitotsubashi University
Graduate School, Division of Economics
Course: Master's
Completion Category: 2006 (Completed)
University of Michigan
Department of Economics
Course: Doctor
Completion Category: 2013 (Completed)
University, etc.
Hitotsubashi University
Faculty of Economics
Completion Status: 2005 (Graduated)

Research Field

Research Field
Research Field: Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
Keywords: Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics
Research Theme
Research Theme: Effects of State-sponsored Human Capital Investment
Keywords: State-sponsored Human Capital Investment
Research Theme: The Impact of Tax Reform in Japan on the Income Distributions of Married Women
Keywords: Female Labor Supply, Tax Reform
Research Theme: Labor Market Responses to Standard Hours Reduction
Keywords: Standard Hours
Research Theme: Wage Inequality
Keywords: Wage Inequality
Research Theme: Employment Adjustment of Regular and Non-regular Workers
Keywords: Regular and Non-regular Workers
Research Theme: Wage Rigidity
Keywords: Wage Rigidity

Career (Professional)

2013.04-2018.03 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University
2018.04- Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University

Academic Society Affiliations

NOInstitute NamePositionYear
1.Japanese Economic Association
2.American Economic Association
3.European Association of Labour Economists
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