Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Comparative and World Economics
MORIGUCHI Chiaki
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Paper

1.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(jointly worked)
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol.155,pp.178-204 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0167-2681doi
2.The Evolution of Japanese-style Human Resource Management in Comparative Perspectives
in History of the Japanese Economy. Volume 5: Modern Period, edited by Kyoji Fukao, Naofumi Nakamura, Masaki Nakabayashi pp.76-87 2018 Book
ISBN 978-4-00-011405-9
3.The Role of Government
in History of Japanese Economy. Volume 2: Premodern Period, edited by Kyoji Fukao, Naofumi Nakamura, Masaki Nakabayashi. pp.22-33 2017 Book
ISBN 9784000114028
4.Did Japan Become an Unequal Society? Japan's Income Disparity in Comparative Historical Perspective
Vol.68,No.2,pp.169-189 2017 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
5.The Evolution of Child Adoption and Child Welfare Policies in Japan and Korea(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.67,No.1,pp.26-46 2016 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
6.Asia's Little Divergence: State Capacity in China and Japan Before 1850(jointly worked)
Journal of Economic Growth Vol.19,No.4,pp.439-470 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1573-7020 doiLink
7.Japanese-Style Human Resource Management and Its Historical Origins
Japan Labor Review Vol.11,No.3,pp.58-77 2014 Academic journal
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8.Adopted Children and Stepchildren in Twentieth-Century America : Evidence from U,S, Federal Census Microdata
The Economic Review Vol.65,No.1,pp.1-23 2014 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
9.The Evolution of Child Adoption in the U.S., 1950-2010: An Economic Analysis of Historical Trends
The Economic Review Vol.63,No.3,pp.265-285 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
10.Top Wage Incomes in Japan, 1951-2005
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.24,No.3,pp.301-333 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
11.Child Adoption in Japan, 1948-2008―A Comparative Historical Analysis―
経済研究 Vol.61,No.4,pp.342-357 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
12.The Evolution of Income Concentration in Japan, 1886-2002: Evidence from Income Tax Statistics(jointly worked)
Review of Economics and Statistics Vol.90,No.4,pp.713-734 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 0034-6535doiLink
13.Japanese Lifetime Employment: A Century's Perspective(jointly worked)
in Institutional Change in Japan, edited by Magnus Blomstrom and Sumner La Croix, New York; Routledge 2006 Book
ISBN 978-0415511667
14.Did American Welfare Capitalists Breach Their Implicit Contracts during the Great Depression? Preliminary Findings from Company-Level Data
Industrial & Labor Relations Review Vol.59,No.1,pp.51-81 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 0019-7939doiLink
15.Implicit Contracts, the Great Depression, and Institutional Change: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and Japanese Employment Relations, 1920-1940
Journal of Economic History Vol.63,No.3,pp.625-665 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 0022-0507doiLink
16.The Evolution of Employment Systems in the U.S. and Japan, 1900-1960: A Comparative Historical and Institutional Analysis Journal
Journal of Economic History Vol.60,No.2,pp.515-519 2000 Academic journal
ISSN 0022-0507doiLink
17.Two-Part Marginal Cost Pricing in a Pure Fixed Cost Economy
Journal of Mathematical Economics Vol.26,No.3,pp.363-385 1996 Academic journal
ISSN 0304-4068doiLink

Other

1.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(jointly worked)
GMU Working Paper in Economics No. 15-54 2015 Other
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2.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of State Building in China and Japan After 1850(jointly worked)
GMU Working Paper in Economics No.15-54 2015 Other
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3.Pragmatic to Sentimental Adoption? Child Adoption in the U.S., 1880-1930
PRIMCED Discussion Paper Series No. 68 2015 Other
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4.Educational Status of Non-biological Children in the U.S.: New Evidence from Federal Census Microdata
PRIMCED Discussion Paper Series No. 69 2015 Other
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5.The Effects of Natural Disasters on Prices and Purchasing Behaviors: The Case of the Great East Japan Earthquake(jointly worked)
RCESR Discussion Paper Series No. 14-1 2014 Other
HERMES-IR
6.The Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on Commodity Prices: New Evidence from High-Frequency Scanner Data(jointly worked)
RCESR Discussion Paper Series No.12 2014 Other
HERMES-IR
7.Review of Japanese Economic System and its Historical Origins edited by Tetsuji Okazaki and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara (Oxford University Press, 1999)
Journal of Economic Literature Vol.38,No.3,pp.986-988 2000 Academic journal

Academic Award Received

NOAcademic AwardYear
1.Comparative Historical Analysis of Institutional Changes in the United States and Japan2011.02
2.Alexander Gerschenkron Prize for Best Dissertation1999.09

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Meritocracy and its Discontents: Centralizing School Admissions in Imperial Japan(Empirical Microeconomic Workshop with Prof. Victor Lavy)
2019.03Empirical Microeconomic Workshop with Prof. Victor Lavy
2.Meritocracy and its Discontents: Centralizing School Admissions in Imperial Japan(Tokyo Conference on Economics of Institutions and Organizations)
2019.03University of Tokyo
3.Has Japan Become an Unequal Society? A Comparative Historical Assessment(International Symposium on Frontiers of the Study of Social Inequality)
2019.03Tohoku University
4.Meritocracy and its Discontents: Centralizing School Admissions in Imperial Japan(Asian Historical Economics Conference)
2018.09Hong Kong
5.From Pragmatic to Sentimental Adoption: Child Adoption in the US, 1880-1930(World Economic History Conference)
2018.07Boston Marriott Cambridge & MIT Campus
6.Child Adoption in the US, South Korea, and Japan, 1950-2015(World Economic History Conference in Boston)
2018.07Boston Marriott Cambridge & MIT Campus
7.Adopted Children in the United States, 1900-2000(Historical Demography Workshop)
2018.03Reitaku University Tokyo Research Center
8.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(Osaka Economics of Institutions and Organizations (OEIO) Spring Workshop)
2018.02University of Tokyo
9.Child Adoption in Japan and Korea: A Comparative Historical Analysis, 1945-2015(Asian Historical Economics Conference)
2016.09Seoul National University
10.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(Asian Historical Economics Conference)
2016.09Seoul National University
11.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(NBER Japan Meeting)
2016.08Tokyo, Japan
12.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence: State Building in China and Japan After 1850(日本経済学会)
2016.06名古屋大学
13.Child Adoption in Japan and Korea: A Comparative Historical Analysis, 1945-2015(Association of Asian Studies Meeting)
2016.04Washington State Convention Center/Seattle Sheraton Hotel
14.Top Income Shares and Mobility in Japan(AEA Annual Meeting)
2016.01California, U.S.A.
15.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence(Frontier in Chinese Economic History Conference)
2015.11U.C. Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
16.Geopolitics and Asia’s Little Divergence(World Economic History Congress)
2015.08Kyoto, Japan
17.Income Inequality in Japan: Comparative Historical Perspectives(Stanford Japan Program Invited Seminar)
2015.04Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
18.Did Commodity Prices Rise After the Great East Japan Earthquake? New Evidence from Scanner Data(Harvard US-Japan Relations Invited Seminar)
2015.03Weatherhead Center for Internatinatinal Affairs, Harvard University
19.Adoption and Adult Outcomes in the 20th Century(Economic History Association Annual Meeting)
2014.09Columbus, Ohio
20.Child Adoption in the U.S., 1880-1930(EHA Annual Meeting)
2009.09Tucson, USA
21.Child Adoption in the U.S., 1880-1930(NBER Spring Meeting)
2009.03Cambridge, USA
22.The Evolution of Child Adoption in the U.S., 1951-2002(AEA Annual Meeting)
2008.01New Orleans, USA
23.The Evolution of Income Concentration in Japan, 1886-2002(NBER Japan Project Meeting)
2005.09Tokyo, Japan
24.Income Inequality in Japan, 1886-2002(International Conference on Sustainable Economic Growth in Japan)
2005.09Japan Cabinet Office Tokyo
25.The Evolution of Income Concentration in Japan, 1886-2002(NBER Summer Institute)
2005.07Cambridge, USA
26.The Evolution of Income Concentration in Japan, 1886-2002(Economic History Association (EHA) Annual Meeting)
2004.09San Jose, USA
27.Did American Welfare Capitalists Breach Their Implicit Contracts during the Great Depression?(AEA Annual Meeting)
2004.01San Diego, USA
28.Did American Welfare Capitalists Breach Their Implicit Contracts during the Great Depression?(NBER Spring Meeting)
2003.03Cambridge, USA
29.The Evolution of Employment Contracts in the U.S. and Japan, 1900-1960(World Economic History Congress)
2002.07Buenos Aires, Argentina
30.Implicit Contracts, the Great Depression, and Institutional Change in the U.S. and Japan, 1910-1940(Business History Conference Annual Meeting)
2002.04Wilmington, USA
31.Implicit Contracts, the Great Depression, and Institutional Change in the U.S. and Japan, 1910-1940(Conference on Co-evolution of Human Behavior & Institutions)
2002.01Santa Fe, USA
32.The Evolution of Employment Contracts in the U.S. and Japan, 1900-1960(American Economic Association Annual Meeting)
2002.01Atlanta, USA

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
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Link
Scientific Research (B)2012-2014
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