Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Comparative and World Economics
MASUDA Kazuya
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Paper

1.Does education secularize the Islamic population? The effect of years of schooling on religiosity, voting, and pluralism in Indonesia(jointly worked)
World Development Vol.130,No.6 2020 Academic journal
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2.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from Uganda's Universal Primary Education for Fully Treated Cohorts(jointly worked)
The Journal of Development Studies Vol.56,No.1,pp.63-86 2020 Academic journal
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3.Length of maternal schooling and children’s risk of malaria infection: evidence from a natural experiment in Uganda
BMJ Global Health Vol.5,No.2 2020 Academic journal
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4.Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation Using Spirulina platensis during the First 1000 Days is Positively Associated with Development in Children under Five Years: A Follow up of A Randomized Trial in Zambia(jointly worked)
Nutrients Vol.11,No.4 2019 Academic journal
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5.Multiple micronutrient supplementation using spirulina platensis and infant growth, morbidity and motor development: Evidence from a randomized trial in Zambia(jointly worked)
PLoS ONE Vol.14,No.2 2019 Academic journal
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6.Spirulina Effectiveness Study on Child Malnutrition in Zambia(jointly worked)
in Harris J, Seco S, Haddad L (Ed.), Turning Rapid Growth into Meaningful Growth: Sustaining the Commitment to Nutrition in Zambia, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK pp.49-56 2014 Book
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Other

1.Education and international labor mobility: Evidence from Free Secondary Education program in Philippines(jointly worked)
R&R requested by IZA Journal Of Development and Migration, Center for Economic Institutions Working Paper Series No. 2018-5 2018 Other
2.The Effects of Universal Secondary Education Program Accompanying Public-Private Partnership on Students' Access, Sorting and Achievement: Evidence from Uganda(jointly worked)
Center for Economic Institutions Working Paper Series No. 2018-4 2018 Other

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Secondary education and international labor mobility: Evidence from Free Secondary Education program in Philippines(The 18th East Asia Economic Association Annual Convention 2018)
2018.11Taipei
2.Breaking the Intergenerational Transmission of the Poor Health? Maternal Education Effects on Private Health Investment and Child Health: Evidence from Natural Experiment in Benin(Singapore Economic Review Conference 2017)
2017.08Singapore
3.Breaking the Intergenerational Transmission of the Poor Health? Maternal Education Effects on Private Health Investment and Child Health: Evidence from Natural Experiment in Benin(13th international Health Economics Association World Congress)
2017.07Boston, USA
4.The Effects of Universal Fee-Free Secondary Education Program on Students' Access, Composition, and Achievement: Evidence from Uganda(CSAE Conference 2017: Economic Development in Africa)
2017.03University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
5.The Short Run Effects of Free Secondary Education Policy on Students’ Access, Sorting, and Achievement in Uganda(ESP The 15th Young Scholars' Workshop)
2016.10GRIPS, Tokyo, Japan
6.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Primary Education in Uganda(2015 Japan Economic Association Fall conference)
2015.10Sophia University
7.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Primary Education in Uganda(11th International Health Economics Association)
2015.07Milan
8.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Primary Education in Uganda(GOEK Health conference)
2015.05Essen, Germany
9.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Primary Education in Uganda(The 3rd Keio Education Economics, and Policy Conference)
2014.12Keio University
10.The Effects of Female Education on Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Primary Education in Uganda(The 14th East Asia Economic Association Annual Convention 2014)
2014.11Bangkok

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
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Young Scientists (B)2019
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Research Activity start-up2016-2017
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