Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Economic Institutions and Policy
UESUGI Iichiro
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Books

1.The Economics of Interfirm Networks(co-authored and co-edited)
Springer pp.1-289 2015
ISBN 978-4-431-55389-2Link
2.Interfirm Relationships and Trade Credit in Japan: Evidence from Micro-Data (Springer Briefs in Economics)(jointly worked)
Tokyo: Springer 2014
ISBN 978-4-431-55187-4

Paper

1.Bank-firm relationships and SME Financing: A literature review
Vol.70,No.2,pp.146-167 2019 Academic journal
2.Measuring the Systemic Risk in Interfirm Transaction Networks(jointly worked)
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol.137,pp.259-281 2017 Academic journal
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3.Natural Disasters, Damage to Banks, and Firm Investment(jointly worked)
International Economic Review Vol.57,No.4,pp.1335-1370 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-2354doi
4.Effects of Lending Relationships with Government Banks on Firm Performance: Evidence from Japan's Government Bank for Small Businesses(jointly worked)
Vol.67,No.3,pp.238-260 2016 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
5.Unsecured Loans and Firms' Financing and Performance(jointly worked)
Vol.212,No.6,pp.21-38 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 03873129CiNii
6.Financial Shocks, Bankruptcy, and Natural Selection(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.36,pp.123-135 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doiLink
7.Collateral Value and Financing Constraint: Analysis using Corporate Data after the Great Tohoku Earthquake(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.66,No.3,pp.224-241 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
8.The Bank Lending Channel of Real Estate Prices(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.66,No.3,pp.265-280 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
9.GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE AND FIRMS' "OVERLAPPING DEBT PROBLEM"(jointly worked)
Vol.特別号,pp.17-36 2014 Academic journal
CiNii
10.SME Financing in Japan during the Global Financial Crisis: Evidence from Firm Surveys(jointly worked)
International Review of Entrepreneurship Vol.12,No.4,pp.191-218 2014 Academic journal
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11.Does the Natural Selection Mechanism Work for Non-listed Firms? : The Role of Ownership and Business Succession
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.64,No.4,pp.303-319 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
12.Are Lending Relationships Beneficial or Harmful for Public Credit Guarantees? Evidence from Japan's Emergency Credit Guarantee Program(jointly worked)
Journal of Financial Stability Vol.9,No.2,pp.151-167 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1572-3089doiLink
13.Natural Disasters and Firm Dynamics(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.64,No.2,pp.97-118 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
14.Measuring Economic Localization: Evidence from Japanese Firm-level Data(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.26,No.2,pp.201-220 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
15.THE "OVERLAPPING DEBT PROBLEM" FROM AN ECONOMICS POINT OF VIEW : CENTERED AROUND THE PROBLEM FOR FIRMS(jointly worked)
Vol.34,pp.1-27 2012 Academic journal
CiNii
16.The Effects of Collateral on Firm Performance(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.26,No.1,pp.84-109 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
17.The Effectiveness of Public Credit Guarantees in the Japanese Loan Market(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.24,No.4,pp.457-480 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
18.Strong Customer/Supplier Relationships: A key to enterprise growth in Japan(jointly worked)
High Growth Enterprises: What governments can do to make a difference, OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship, OECD Publishing 2010 Book
ISBN 9789264095977
19.Firm Age and the Evolution of Borrowing Costs: Evidence from Japanese Small Firms(jointly worked)
Journal of Banking and Finance Vol.34,No.8,pp.1970-1981 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0378-4266doiLink
20.The Role of Collateral and Personal Guarantees in Relationship Lending: Evidence from Japan's SME Loan Market(jointly worked)
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking Vol.41,No.5,pp.935-960 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 1538-4616doiLink
21.Does the Expectation Hypothesis Hold at the Shortest End of the Term Structure?(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.50,No.1,pp.71-85 2009 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280xHERMES-IR
22.The Special Credit Guarantee Program in Japan(jointly worked)
J. H. Kim and S-H. Lee eds., Restructuring Small and Medium-Size Enterprises in the Age of Globalization, KDI Press 2009 Book
ISBN 978-89-8063--423
23.The Relationship between Trade Credit and Loans: Evidence from Small Businesses in Japan(jointly worked)
International Journal of Business Vol.13,No.2,pp.141-164 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 1083-4346Link
24.Economic Conditions and Japanese Firm Financing(jointly worked)
Economics Bulletin Vol.5,No.12,pp.1-17 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 0343-754X
25.Trading Company Finance in Japan(jointly worked)
International Journal of Business Vol.11,No.1,pp.63-80 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 1083-4346Link
26.Measuring the Liquidity Effect: The Case of Japan
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.16,No.3,pp.289-316 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
27.Monetary Policy, the Banking System, and Short-term Money Instruments
Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, San Diego 2000 Other

Other

1.Damage to the Transportation Infrastructure and Disruption of Inter-firm Transactional Relationships(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper 19-E-043 2019 Other
Link
2.Credit Reallocation, Firm Size, and Productivity(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series 19-E-004 2019 Other
Link
3. Geography and Realty Prices: Evidence from International Transaction-Level Data(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper 19-E-011 2019 Other
Link
4.Impact of non-collateralized and non-personal guaranteed loans on the productivity in Japan
No.2018年8月 2018 Other
5.Reallocation of Tangible Assets and Productivity(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series 18-E-048 2018 Other
Link
6.Recent development in the relationship between private and government-affiliated financial institutions in Japan
No.3259 2018 Other
7.The Collateral Channel versus the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper No. 79 2018 Other
8.When Japanese Banks Become Pure Creditors: Effects of declining shareholding by banks on bank lending and firms' risk-taking(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper No. 76 2018 Other
Link
9.Adverse Selection versus Moral Hazard in Financial Contracting: Evidence from collateralized and non-collateralized loans(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series 17-E-058 2017 Other
Link
10.How Inheritance Affects the Real Estate Market in an Aging Economy: Evidence from Transaction and Registry Data(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No. 62 2016 Other
HERMES-IR
11.Financial Shocks and Firm Exports: A Natural Experiment Approach with a Massive Earthquake(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No.50 2016 Other
Link
12.Geography and Realty Prices: Evidence from International Transaction-Level Data(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No.52 2016 Other
Link
13.The Effect of Real Estate Prices on Banks’ Lending Channel(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No.53 2016 Other
Link
14.Does Geographical Proximity Matter in Small Business Lending? Evidence from Changes in Main Bank Relationships(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No.40 2016 Other
Link
15.Lending Pro-Cyclicality and Macro-Prudential Policy: Evidence from Japanese LTV Ratios, (50th Bank Structure Conference at Fed Chicago, ABFER 2014 meeting, 3rd MoFiR Banking Workshop, and AFA 2015 Boston meeting paper)(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper No. 41 2016 Other
Link
16.Heterogeneous Impact of Real Estate Prices on Firm Investment(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED Working Paper Series No.30 2015 Other
Link
17.The Effects of a Megabank Merger on Firm-Bank Relationships and Borrowing Costs(jointly worked)
Design of Interfirm Network to Achieve Sustainable Economic Growth Working Paper Vol.26 2015 Other
HERMES-IR
18.Natural Disaster and Natural Selection(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.14-E-055 2014 Other
Link
19.Transaction Partners and Firm Relocation Choice: Evidence from the Tohoku Earthquake(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.14-E-054 2014 Other
Link
20.SME Financing in Japan during the Global Financial Crisis: Evidence from Firm Surveys(jointly worked)
HIT-REFINED WP Series Vol.6 2014 Other
HERMES-IR
21.Financial Shocks and Firm Exports: A Natural Experiment Approach with a Massive Earthquake(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.14-E-010 2014 Other
Link
22.Natural Disaster and Natural Selection(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.25 2013 Other
HERMES-IR
23.A Close Look at Loan-To-Value Ratios: Evidence from the Japanese Real Estate Market(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.19 2013 Other
HERMES-IR
24.Measuring the Systemic Risk in Interfirm Transaction Networks(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.20 2012 Other
HERMES-IR
25.Natural Disasters, Damage to Banks, and Firm Investment(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.12-E-62 2012 Other
Link
26.The Effects of a Megabank Merger on Firm-Bank Relationships and Borrowing Costs(jointly worked)
Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series Vol.233 2012 Other
HERMES-IR
27.Localization of Interfirm Transaction Relationships and Industry Agglomeration(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.17 2012 Other
HERMES-IR
28.Current Status of Interfirm Relationships in Japan: An Overview of the Teikoku Databank Data(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.3 2010 Other
HERMES-IR
29.Current Status of Firm-Bank Relationships and the Use of Collateral in Japan: An Overview of the Teikoku Databank Data(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi University Design of Interfirm Network WP Series Vol.4 2010 Other
HERMES-IR
30.Repayment Enforcement and Informational Advantages: Empirical determinants of trade credit use(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.10-E-41 2010 Other
Link
31.Top Executive Turnover in Japanese Non-listed Firms: Causes and Consequences(jointly worked)
PIE/CIS Discussion Paper Series Vol.424 2009 Other
HERMES-IR
32.Efficiency of Credit Allocation and Effectiveness of Government Credit Guarantees: Evidence from Japanese Small Businesses
Bank of Japan Working Paper Series Vol.08-E-2 2008 Other
Link
33.Effectiveness of Credit Guarantees in the Japanese Loan Market(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.06-E-004 2006 Other
Link
34.How Trade Credit Differs from Loans: Evidence from Japanese Trading Companies(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.04-E-028 2004 Other
Link
35.On the Relationship Between the Very Short Forward and Spot Interest Rate(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series Vol.03-E-013 2003 Other
Link

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Regional development and small-and- medium enterprise financing: Role of the government(Conference on Regional Development and Role of Finance by Korea Finance Institute)
2019.03Korea Finance Institute
2.The Collateral Channel and the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(University of Naples Federico II CSEF Seminar)
2019.02University of Naples Federico II
3.The Collateral Channel and the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(KU Leuven AFI Seminar)
2019.02KU Leuven
4.Challenges for sustainable growth: SME Policies in Japan(第6回アジア中小企業会議東京大会)
2018.09飯野ホール
5.he Collateral Channel and the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(Asia Development Bank Institute Seminar)
2018.08ADBI
6.The Collateral Channel and the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(Korea Development Institute Seminar)
2018.06Korea Development Institute
7.The Collateral Channel and the Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(日本経済学会春季大会)
2018.06
8.Hitotsubashi International Workshop on Real Estate and the Macro Economy(Hitotsubashi International Workshop on Real Estate and the Macro Economy)
2018.03Hitotsubashi Hall
9.Collateral versus Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(Hitotsubashi International Workshop on Real Estate and the Macro Economy)
2018.03Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo, Japan
10.Collateral versus Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(Workshop on Entry and exit of firms and economic growth(共同利用・共同研究プロジェクト 代表者:児玉直美一橋大学准教授))
2018.03Hitotsubashi University
11.Collateral Channel versus Bank Lending Channel: Evidence from a massive earthquake(Hitotsubashi-RIETI International Workshop on Real Estate and the Macro Economy)
2017.12RIETI
12.Productivity and Real Estate Transactions(Hitotsubashi Workshop on Productivity, Real Estate, and Prices)
2017.10株式会社リクルートホールディングス
13.When Japanese Banks Become Pure Creditors: Effects of Declining Shareholding by Banks on Bank Lending and Firms' Risk-taking(Darla Moore School of Business - Hitotsubashi University Second International Conference on Corporate Finance: Governments, Corporate Governance and Corporate Policies)
2017.08Hitotsubashi University
14.Adverse Selection versus Moral Hazard in Financial Contracting: Evidence from collateralized and non-collateralized loans(2017 Japan-Korea Microdata Workshop)
2017.08Hokkaido University
15.Geography and Realty Investment(NBER EASE Conference)
2016.06National University of Singapore
16.Geography and Realty Prices: Evidence from international transaction-level data(Progress Report Workshop)
2016.03Real Capital Analytics, New York, USA
17.Heterogeneous Impact of Real Estate Prices on Firm Investment(日本経済学会秋季大会)
2015.10Sophia University
18.Heterogeneous Impact of Real Estate Prices on Firm Investment(設備投資研究所アカデミックセミナー)
2015.07Development Bank of Japan
19.Measuring Systemic Risk in Interfirm Networks(アントレプレナーシップ研究会)
2015.02Kwansei Gakuin University
20.Bank Lending Channel of Real Estate Prices(Hitotsubashi-RIETI International Workshop on Real Estate Market and the Macroeconomy)
2014.12RIETI, Tokyo
21.The Effect of a Megabank Merger on Firms' Borrowing Costs(Macroeconomics Workshop)
2014.10University of Tokyo
22.The Effect of a Megabank Merger on Firms' Borrowing Costs(金融庁金融経済学研究会)
2014.08
23.Measuring Systemic Risk in Interfirm Networks(APEA Conference)
2014.07Bangkok, Thailand
24.Does Geographical Proximity Matter for Small Business Lending?(IPDC 20th Tokyo)
2014.06Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo, Japan
25.Lending Pro-Cyclicality and Macro-Prudential Policy: Evidence from Japanese LTV Ratios(2nd ABFER Conference)
2014.05Singapore
26.The Effects of a Megabank Merger on Firm-Bank Relationships and Borrowing Costs(European Finance Association Annual Meeting)
2012.08
27.The Effects of a Megabank Merger on Firm-Bank Relationships and Borrowing Costs(EBC-CEPR 5th Winter Conference on Financial Intermediation)
2012.02
28.Top Executive Turnover in Japanese Non-listed Firms: Causes and Consequences(日本経済学会)
2009.10Senshu University

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.Hitotsubashi Project on Real Estate, Financial Crisis, and Economic Dynamics (HIT-REFINED)
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Scientific Research (S)2013-2017
2.Empirical Studies on Corporate Financing in Japan
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Scientific Research (C)2008-2010
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