Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Economic Measurement and Statistics
FUKAO Kyoji
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Books

1.The World Economy, Growth or Stagnation?(co-authored and co-edited)
Cambridge University Press 2016
ISBN 978-1107143340Link
2.Regional Inequality and Industrial Structure in Japan: 1874-2008(jointly worked)
Maruzen Publishing Co., Ltd., Tokyo 2015
ISBN 978-4-621-08913-2Link
3.Foreign Direct Investment in japan: Multinationals' Role in Growth and Globalization(jointly worked)
Cambridge University Press 2008
ISBN 9781107411289Link

Paper

1.Japan and the great divergence, 730-1874(jointly worked)
Explorations in Economic History Vol.72,pp.1-22 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 0014-4983doi
2.Secular Stagnation and the Labor Market in Japan
Jérémie Cohen-Setton, Thomas Helbling, Adam Posen, and Changyong Rhee (eds.) Sustaining Economic Growth in Asia, Peterson Institute for International Economics 2018 Book
ISBN 9780881327335
3.Declining rate of return on capital and the role or intangibles in Japan: an empirical study using Japanese KLEMS (JIP) database(jointly worked)
Deb Kusum Das ed., Productivity Dynamics in Emerging and Industrialized Countries, Routledge pp.200-229 2018 Book
ISBN 9781351002547
4.The People’s Republic of China’s Slowdown: Lessons from Japan’s Experience and the Expected Impact on Japan’s Economy(jointly worked)
edited by Justin Yifu Lin, Peter J. Morgan, and Guanghua Wan, Slowdown in the People’s Republic of China, Structural Factors and the Implications for Asia, Asian Development Bank Institute pp.61-95 2018 Book
ISBN 978-4-89974-078-0Link
5.The Economic Impact of Korean Reunification on Major Trade Partners: An Empirical Analysis Based on the World Input-Output Tables(jointly worked)
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade Vol.53,No.11,pp.2476-2504 2017 Academic journal
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6.Innovation and Employment Growth in Japan: Analysis Based on Microdata from the Basic Survey of Japanese Business Structure and Activities(jointly worked)
Japanese Economic Review Vol.68,No.2,pp.200-216 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-5876doi
7.Measurement and Analysis of Service Sector Growth
The Economic Analysis (The Keizai Bunseki) Vol.194,pp.1-7 2017 Academic journal
Link
8.Measurement of Deflators and Real Value Added in the Service Sector(jointly worked)
The Economic Analysis (The Keizai Bunseki) Vol.194,pp.9-44 2017 Academic journal
Link
9.The Structural Causes of Japan’s Lost Decades(jointly worked)
D. W. Jorgenson, K. Fukao and M. P. Timmer, eds., the World Economy, Growth or Stagnation?, Cambridge University Press pp.70-110 2016 Book
ISBN 9781107143340
10.China’s Growth Slowdown: lessons from Japan’s Experience and the Expected Impact on japan, the USA and Germany(jointly worked)
China & World Economy Vol.24,No.8,pp.122-146 2016 Academic journal
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11.Why Was Japan Left Behind in the ICT Revolution?(jointly worked)
Telecommunications Policy Vol.40,No.5,pp.432-449 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 0308-5961doiLink
12.International Competitiveness: A Comparison of the Manufacturing Sectors in Korea and Japan(jointly worked)
Seoul Journal of Economics Vol.29,No.1,pp.43-68 2016 Academic journal
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13.Comment on "Innovation and Economic Growth in East Asia: An Overview"
Asian Economic Policy Review Vol.10,No.1,pp.38-40 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1748-3131doiLink
14.Biases to Manufacturing Statistics from Offshoring: Evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
Susan Houseman and Michael Mandel eds., Measuring Globalization: Better Trade Statistics for Better Policy, Volume 1, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Michigan pp.219-250 2015 Book
ISBN 9780880994897doiLink
15.Lessons from Decades Lost: Economic Challenges and Opportunities Facing Japan and the United States(jointly worked)
PIIE Briefings PIIEB14-4, Peterson Institute for International Economics 2014 Book
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16.Korean Unification and the Japanese Economy(jointly worked)
prepared for the KIEP Seminar "Costs-Benefits of the Unification of Korean Peninsula to Neighboring Countries: U.S., China, Japan and Russia" Seoul 2014 research society, symposium materials, etc.
17.Productivity and Wage Differences by Firm Size(jointly worked)
Vol.649,pp.14-29 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-3808CiNii
18.How Important is Geographical Agglomeration to Factory Efficiency in Japan's Manufacturing Sector?(jointly worked)
The Annuals of Regional Science Vol.52,No.3,pp.659-696 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1432-0592 doiLink
19.Explaining Japan's Unproductive Two Decades
Asian Economic Policy Review Vol.8,No.2,pp.193-213 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1832-8105doiLink
20.Compilation of the Regional-Level Japan Industrial Productivity Database(R-JIP) and Analyses of Productivity Differences across Prefectures(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.64,No.3,pp.218-239 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
21.Japan's Alternating Phases of Growth and Future Outlook(jointly worked)
D.S. Prasada Rao and Bart van Ark, eds., World Economic Performance Past, Present and Future, Essays in celebration of the life and work of Angus Maddison, Edward Elgar 2013 Book
ISBN 978 1 84844 848 3
22.How Did the Cross-Prefectural Differences of Human Capital Changes in Japan?(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.64,No.3,pp.256-268 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
23.Productivity Dynamics and R&D Spillovers in the Japanese Manufacturing lndustry : An Empirical Analysis Based on Micro-level Data(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.64,No.3,pp.269-285 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
24.Global Fixed Capital Investment by Multinational Firms(jointly worked)
Economica Vol.80,No.318,pp.274-299 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0013-0427doiLink
25.Productivity and capital accumulation
Hill, Hal, ed., Asia Rising, co-publication of the Asian Development Bank and Edward Elgar pp.104-136 2013 Book
ISBN 978 1 78100 797 6
26.CHINA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH, STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND THE LEWISIAN TURNING POINT(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.53,No.2,pp.147-176 2012 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280xHERMES-IR
27.Estimates of total factor productivity, the contribution of ICT, and resource reallocation effect in Japan and Korea(jointly worked)
Mas, Matilde and Robert Stehre, eds., Industrial Productivity in Europe: Growth and Crisis, Edward Elgar pp.264-304 2012 Book
ISBN 978 0 85793 210 5
28.Who Creates Jobs in Japan-An Empirical Analysis Based on the Establishment and Enterprise Census-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.63,No.1,pp.70-93 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
29.Why Has the Border Effect in the Japanese Machinery Sectors Declined?: The Role of Business Networks in East Asian Machinery Trade(jointly worked)
Journal of Economic Integration Vol.26,No.4,pp.651-671 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 1225-651XdoiLink
30.Globalization and Labor Markets in East Asia(jointly worked)
Chin Hee Hahn and Sang-Hyop Lee eds., Reforms for Korea's Sustained Growth, Korea Development Institute pp.157-197 2011 Book
ISBN 978-89-8063-561-0
31.Productivity in Japan, the United States, and the Major E.U. Economies: Is Japan Falling Behind?(jointly worked)
Chin Hee Hahn and Sang-Hyop Lee,eds., Reforms for Korea's Sustained Growth, Korea Development Institute pp.241-260 2011 Book
ISBN 978-89-8063-561-0
32.An International Comparison of the TFP Levels and the Productivity Convergence of Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese, and Chinese Listed Firms(jointly worked)
Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies Vol.9,No.2,pp.127-150 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 1476-5292doiLink
33.Expansion abroad and jobs at home: Evidence from Japanese multinational enterprises(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.22,No.2,pp.88-97 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doiLink
34.The Japan-US Exchange Rate, Productivity, and the Competitiveness of Japanese Industries(jointly worked)
Hamada, K., Kashyap, A.K., and Weinstein, D.E., eds., Japan's Bubble, Deflation, and Long-term Stagnation, The MIT Press, London pp.105-128 2010 Book
ISBN 9780262014892
35.Determinants of the Profitability of Japanese Manufacturing Affiliates in China and Other Regions: Does Localisation of Procurement, Sales, and Management Matter?(jointly worked)
The World Economy Vol.33,No.12,pp.1639-1671 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0378-5920doiLink
36.Service Sector Productivity in Japan: The Key to Future Economic Growth
Tcha M.J. ed., The Service Sector Advancement: Issues and Implications for the Korean Economy, 2010 KDI International conference which was held in February 4-5, 2010 pp.92-109 2010 Book
37.The Effects of Overseas Operations on Home Employment of Japanese Multinational Enterprises(jointly worked)
Gaston, N. and Khalid, A.M., eds., Globalization and Economic Integration, Edward Elgar pp.254-281 2010 Book
ISBN 978 1 84844 861 2
38.The Structural Causes of Japan's "Two Lost Decades"(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.61,No.3,pp.237-260 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
39.Comparative Output and Labour Productivity in Manufacturing for China, Japan, Korea and the United States in Circa 1935 by a Production PPP Approach(jointly worked)
Exploration in Economic History Vol.47,No.3,pp.325-346 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0014-4983doiLink
40.Intangible Investment in Japan: Measurement and Contribution to Economic Growth(jointly worked)
The Review of Income and Wealth Vol.55,No.3,pp.717-736 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 0034-6586doiLink
41.Foreign and Domestic R&D Investment(jointly worked)
Economics of Innovation and New Technology Vol.18,No.4,pp.369-380 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 1476-8364doiLink
42.Economic Transition and Labour Market Integration in China(jointly worked)
Garnaut, R., Song, L, and Woo W.T., eds., China's New Place in a World in Crisis, Brookings Institution Press pp.179-207 2009 Book
ISBN 9781921536977
43.Gross Prefectural Domestic Product and Industrial Structure in Pre-war Japan(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.60,No.2,pp.163-189 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
44.Real GDP in Pre-War East Asia: A 1934-36 Benchmark Purchasing Power Parity Comparison with the U.S.(jointly worked)
Review of Income and Wealth Vol.53,No.3,pp.503-537 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 0034-6586doiLink
45.Patterns of Plant Entry and Exit and Productivity in Japanese Manufacturing Industries(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.58,No.3,pp.231-245 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
46.Are Wage-tenure Profiles Steeper than Productivity-tenure Profiles? -Evidence from Japanese Establishment Data from the Census of Manufacturers and the Basic Survey Wage Structure-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.58,No.1,pp.61-90 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
47.Why Did Japan's TFP Growth Slow Down in the Lost Decade? An Empirical Analysis Based on Firm-Level Data of Manufacturing Firms(jointly worked)
Japanese Economic Review Vol.57,No.2,pp.195-228 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 1352-4739doiLink
48.International Comparison in Historical Perspective: Reconstructing the 1934-36 Benchmark Purchasing Power Parity for Japan, Korea and Taiwan(jointly worked)
Explorations in Economic History Vol.43,No.2,pp.280-308 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 0014-4983doiLink
49.Japanese Banks' Monitoring Activities and the Performance of Borrower Firms: 1981-1996(jointly worked)
International Economics and Economic Policy Vol.2,No.4,pp.337-362 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 1612-4812doiLink
50.The Vertical Division of Labor and Japanese Outward FDI -Impacts on Human Capital Deepening in Japan-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.56,No.4,pp.331-347 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
51.Foreign Direct Investment and Trade in Japan: An Empirical Analysis Based on the Establishment and Enterprise Census for 1996(jointly worked)
the Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.19,No.3,pp.415-455 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
52.How to Measure Non-tariff Barriers? A Critical Examination of the Price-Differential Approach(jointly worked)
Ahn, C.Y., Cheong, I., Fukagawa, Y., and Ito, T., eds., Korea-Japan FTA: Toward a Model Case for East Asian Economic Integration, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) 2005 Book
53.Do Out-In M&As Bring Higher TFP to Japan?:An Empirical Analysis Based on Micro-data on Japanese Manufacturing Firms(jointly worked)
the Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.19,No.2,pp.272-301 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
54.The Internationalization and Performance of Korean and Japanese Firms: An Empirical Analysis Based on Micro-data(jointly worked)
Seoul Journal of Economics Vol.17,No.4,pp.439-482 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 1225-0279Link
55.Strategic Aspects of International Lending and Borrowing : A Two-Country Dynamic Game Model
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.45,No.1,pp.47-66 2004 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280XHERMES-IR
56.Sectoral Productivity and Economic Growth in Japan, 1970-98: An Empirical Analysis Based on the JIP Database(jointly worked)
Ito, T. and Rose, A., eds., Growth and Productivity in East Asia, NBER-East Asia on Economics, Volume 13, The University of Chicago Press 2004 Book
ISBN 9780226386805
57.Physical and Human Capital Deepening and New Trade Patterns in Japan(jointly worked)
Ito, T. and Rose, A., eds., International Trade, NBER-East Asia on Economics, Vol. 14, the University of Chicago Press, Cambridge, MA 2004 Book
58.Vertical Intra-Industry Trade and Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.17,No.4,pp.468-506 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
59.Coordination Failures under Incomplete Information and Global Games
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.44,No.1,pp.59-73 2003 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280XHERMES-IR
60.An Econometric Analysis of Trade Diversion under NAFTA(jointly worked)
North American Journal of Economics and Finance Vol.14,No.1,pp.3-24 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 1062-9408doiLink
61.The Purchasing Power Parity of Japan, Korea and Taiwan in the 1930s -An International Comparison of Real Consumption-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.53,No.4,pp.322-336 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
62.On the Japanese Contribution to the Equalization of World Income(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.43,No.1,pp.19-40 2002 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280XHERMES-IR
63.Backward Vertical Linkages of Foreign Manufacturing Affiliates: Evidence from Japanese Multinationals(jointly worked)
World Development Vol.29,No.1,pp.189-208 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 0305-750XdoiLink
64.Banks' Monitoring and Profitability of Borrowing Firms(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.52,No.2,pp.166-186 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
65.How Japanese Subsidiaries in Asia Responded to the Regional Crisis: An Empirical Analysis Based on the MITI Survey
Ito, T. and Krueger, A.O., eds., Regional and Global Capital Flows: Macroeconomic Causes and Consequences: East Asia Seminar on Economics Volume 10, The University of Chicago Press pp.267-310 2001 Book
ISBN 0-226-38676-7
66.International Industrial Policies and Multinational Enterprises(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.50,No.1,pp.54-67 1999 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
67.Direct Investment Abroad and the "Hollowing Out" of Manufacturing Industry(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.49,No.3,pp.259-276 1998 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
68.Foreign Direct Investment and the Macroeconomics
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.48,No.3,pp.227-243 1997 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
69.Outward Direct Investment and Jobs in Japan
Vol.37,No.7,pp.2-12 1995 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
70.R&D Investment and Overseas Production: An Empirical Analysis of Japan's Electric Machinery Industry Based on Corporate Data(jointly worked)
Monetary and Economic Studies Vol.12,No.2,pp.1-60 1994 Academic journal
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71.Firm Determinants of Decisions to Invest Abroad -An Empirical Study Using Panel Data of Firms in Japanese Electronics Industry-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.45,No.3,pp.261-278 1994 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
72.International Trade and Investment under Different Rates of Time Preference(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.8,No.1,pp.22-52 1994 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
73.History versus Expectations: A Comment(jointly worked)
The Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol.108,No.2,pp.536-542 1993 Academic journal
ISSN 0033-5533doiLink
74.Accumulation of Human Capital and the Business Cycle(jointly worked)
Journal of Political Economy Vol.101,No.1,pp.73-99 1993 Academic journal
ISSN 0022-3808doiLink
75.Internationalization of Financial Markets and the Optimal Monetary Policy(jointly worked)
Vol.41,No.4,pp.336-352 1990 Academic journal
ISSN 0557109XCiNii
76.Optimal Asset Accumulation and the Terms of Trade
The Economic Studies Quarterly Vol.37,No.2,pp.159-168 1986 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR

Other

1.Structural Change, Capital Deepening, and TFP Growth in Japan: 1885-1970(jointly worked)
IER Discussion Paper Series A No.693 2019 Other
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2.A Framework to Study the Role of Structural Transformation in Productivity Growth and Regional Convergence(jointly worked)
ADBI Working Paper Series, No.833 2018 Other
Link
3.Japanese Plants' Heterogeneity in Sales, Factor Inputs, and Participation in Global Value Chains(jointly worked)
RIETI DP 17-E-117 2017 Other
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4.The Role of Structural Trans formation in Regional Convergence in Japan: 1874-2008(jointly worked)
Discussion Paper Series A No.665, IER, Hitotsubashi University 2017 Other
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5.Without Obama, Shinzo Abe’s Approach to U.S.-Japan Ties may Be Tested
The New York Times, Asia Pacific 2016 Other
6.Japan and the World Innovation, Economic Growth, Globalization, and International Security Challenges
Lecture at Stanford university, Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, April 26-May 12, 2016.(全4回) 2016 Other
7.Lessons from Japan’s Secular Stagnation(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series 15-E-124 2015 Other
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8.Regional Factor Inputs and Convergence in Japan: A macro-level analysis, 1955-2008(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Paper Series 15-E-123 2015 Other
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9.Industry-level Factor Inputs and TFP and Regional Convergence: 1970-2008
RIETI Discussion Papers Series No.15-E-089 2015 Academic journal
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10.Japan and the Great Divergence, 725-1874
Discussion Paper Series, No.10569, Economic History, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Institute for Advanced Studies No.10569 2015 Academic journal
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11.How did Japan Catch-Up on the West? A Sectoral Analysis of Anglo-Japanese Productivity Differences, 1885-2000
Economic History, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna No.No.10570 2015 Academic journal
12.Why Was Japan Left Behind in the ICT Revolution?
RIETI Discussion Papers Series 15-E-43 2015 Academic journal
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13.Empirical Analysis on the Openness of Buyer-Supplier Relationships and Productivity in the Japanese Automobile Parts Industry
RIETI Discussion Papers Series 15-J-017 2015 Academic journal
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14.Buyers, Suppliers, and R&D Spillovers
RIETI Discussion Papers Series 15-E-047 2015 Academic journal
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15.Aging, Interregional Income Inequality, and Industrial Structure: An Empirical Analysis Based on the R-JIP Database and the R-LTES Database(jointly worked)
RIETI Discussion Papers Series 15-E-022 2015 Other
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16.Biases to Manufacturing Statistics from Offshoring: Evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
RCESR DP Series No.DP14-2, Hitotsubashi University 2014 Other
HERMES-IR
17.Masahiro Kawai, International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.41,No.2,pp.189-190 1990 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Abenomics, the Exchange Rate, and Markup Dynamics in Japanese Industries(the Second Conference on “The Political Economy of Japan under the Abe Government”)
2019.03
2.China’s Slowdown: Lessons from Japan’s Experience (中国経済の減速:日本の経験からの教訓)(国際シンポジウム「岐路に立つ中国――直面する経済と社会の課題――」)
2019.02虎ノ門ヒルズフォーラム ホールA
3.Regional convergence in labor productivity during the Japanese manufacturing catch-up, 1909-1940(The Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference (AHEC 2018))
2018.09University of Hong Kong
4.Productivity growth in Meiji Japan: the structural and regional dynamics(WEHC 2018)
2018.07-2018.08Boston Mariott Cambridge
5.Regional patterns of Japanese industrialisation from ca. 1800 to 1985(WEHC 2018)
2018.07-2018.08Boston Mariott Cambridge
6.The economic geography of Japanese industrialization (1800-2010)(WEHC 2018)
2018.07-2018.08Boston Mariott Cambridge
7.Structural Change, Capital Deepening, and TFP Growth in Japan: 1885-1970(18th World Economic History Congress in Boston)
2018.07Boston
8.Quantifying and Accounting for Differences in Quality in Service Sectors: A Bilateral Price Comparison between United States and Japan(the Fifth World KLEMS Conference)
2018.06Harvard University
9.Labour share dynamics, heterogeneous capital and labour market regulation(Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2018)
2018.03University of Sussex, Briton, UK
10.The economic geography of Japanese industrialization (1800-2010)(Workshop on the Economic geography of Lon-Run Industrialization)
2018.03the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
11.Abenomics and Competitiveness of Japanese Industry(Stanford Conference on "The Political Economy of Japan under the Abe Government" )
2018.02Philippines Conference Room, Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
12.Quantifying and Accounting for Differences in Quality in Service Sectors: A Bilateral Price Comparison between United States and Japan(OECD WPIA Meeting)
2017.10
13.Technology, capital, skills and the long-run dynamics of the labour share in Japan(International Workshop on Productivity, Innovation and Intangible Investments)
2017.09National Institute of Economic and Social Research, Assisi, Italy
14.Secular Stagnation and the labor Market in Japan(The New Mediocre (Secular Stagnation) and Asia, preliminary conference)
2017.09Four Seasons Hotel Seoul, Seoul
15.Quality of Consumer Services: US-Japan Comparison Based on a Survey of the Willingness to Pay(The 3rd Hitotsubashi Summer Institute: The Fourth Asia KLEMS Conference)
2017.07-2017.08Sano-shoin, Hitotsubashi University
16.Productivity growth in Meiji Japan: the structural and regional dynamics(the 8th World Congress of Cliometrics, Strasbourg Convention Centre)
2017.07Strasbourg, France
17.Public and Private R&D Spillovers and Productivity at the Plant Level: Technological and Geographic Proximity(IARIW 34th General conference)
2016.08Dresden, Germany
18.Public and Private R&D Spillovers and Productivity at the Plant Level: Technological and Geographic Proximity(IARIW 34th General conference)
2016.08Dresden, Germany
19.On Input-Output Tables and Growth Accounting(The 2nd Hitotsubashi Summer Institute "The Third Asia KLEMS Database Management Workshop")
2016.08Sano Shoin Hall, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
20.Measurement of Deflators and Real Value Added in the Service Sector(The 2nd Hitotsubashi Summer Institute "The Economics of Services: Microfoundations, Measurement, and Productivity Policy")
2016.08Sano Shoin Hall, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
21.Why Was Japan Left Behind in the ICT Revolution?(the 4th World KLEMS)
2016.05Hotel NH Collection Madrid Colon
22.What Can We Learn from Japan(s Secular Stagnation?(the 4th World KLEMS)
2016.05Hotel NH Collection Madrid Colon
23.Measurement of Deflators and Real Value Added in the Service Sector(the 4th World KLEMS)
2016.05Hotel NH Collection Madrid Colon
24.The Structural Causes of Japan's Low TFP Grows(the Seminar of Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center)
2016.04Stanford University
25.The Structural Causes of Japan’s Low TFP Growth(Japan Briefing: The Economy, Politics and Innovation Policy)
2016.03Weston Theatre, Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University
26.The Structural Causes of Japan’s Low TFP Growth(AJRC and HIAS joint conference on Recent Issues in Finance and Macroeconomics)
2016.03Australian National University
27.The Structural Causes of Japan’s Low TFP Growth(Making Sense of the Productivity Slowdown)
2015.11Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC
28.Immigration and the utilization of the domestic labor force in japan(Japan Economic Foundation Roundtable, the Political Economy of Japan and the EU: Challenges and Strategies)
2015.11Chatham House, London, UK
29.Inequality, Poverty, and Growth in Japan, 1850-1955(XVIIth World Economic History Congress)
2015.08Kyoto
30.Revisiting Meiji Japan’s Economic Miracle: Evidence from Sectoral Prefecture-Level GDP Estimates (1874, 1890, and 1909)(XVIIth World Economic History Congress)
2015.08Kyoto
31.Japan and the great Divergence, 725-1874(XVIIth World Economic History Congress)
2015.08Kyoto
32.Regional Inequality in Prewar Japan, 1844-1940(XVIIth World Economic History Congress)
2015.08Kyoto
33.Impact of Inward FDI and Challenges and Measures for its Promotion(Impact of Inward FDI and its Promotion for Japan's Economic Growth)
2015.03Iino Hall and Conference Center
34.The Structural Causes of Japan's Lost Decades(the Third World KLEMS Conference)
2014.05JP Tower Hall & Conference
35.Japan's Two Lost Decades and Abenomics(the International Symposium of the European and Asia-Pacific Social Science Network "Economic Revitalization in the Asia-Pasific Region and Europe")
2013.10Hitotsubashi Hall
36.Aging, Interregional Income Inequality, and Industrial Structure: An Empirical Analysis Based on Prefectural Data(Comparative Study between Korea and japan on Aging Trend, Economic and Social Impact and Policy Implications)
2013.08Korea University
37.Explaining Japan's Unproductive Two Decades(the Sixteenth Asian Economic Policy Review Conference)
2013.04JCER
38.Intangible Investment in Japan(OECD Workshop on Productivity)
2012.11OECD, Paris
39.How Will We Revise the JIP Database? Harmonization with the Japanse SNA and Estimation of Intangible Assets(the 2nd World KLEMS Conference)
2012.08Harvard University
40.A PPP Comparison of the Pre-war and Post-war Performance of the Chinese and Japanese Economies(XVI the WEHC )
2012.07Stellenbosch University
41.Offshoring Bias in Japan's Manufacturing Sector(the Final WIDO Conference: Causes and Consequences of Globalization)
2012.04Groningen University
42.Deindustrialization in Japan and Its Impact on Growth(the Workshop "Is deindustrialization inevitable? The future of manufacturing in japan, Korea, Germany and France")
2012.03Fondation France-Japan de l'EHESS
43.Japan and the Great Divergence, 800-1913(Quantifying Long Run Economic Development)
2011.03University of Warwick, Venice Palazzo Pesaro Papafava
44.Productivity and Capital Accumulation in Asian Developing Economies(ADB's Mid-term Review Workshop on "Sustaining Asia's Growth and Investment in a Changing World")
2011.01ADB, Manila
45.Revisiting Accumulation and Assimilation: New Evidence on the Role of Productivity and Capital Accumulation in Asia in Historial Perspective(Maddison Memorial Conference)
2010.11International Institute of Social History
46.Comparative Productivity Analysis between japan and Korea-Micro and Micro Perspectives-(International Conference on Productivity in East Asia)
2010.10Seoul National University
47.Output Quality, Skill Intensity, and Factor Contents of Trade(10th Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data COST Conference 2010)
2010.09Imperial College London
48.Decomposition of Income Gaps Between China, Japan and the United States for CIRCA 1935: A Production-side PPP Approach and Reconciliation of Production and Expenditure PPPs(the 31st IAEIW General Conference)
2010.08St.Gallen
49.Productivity and Capital Accumulation in Asian Developing Economies(ADB's Inception Workshop on "Sustaining Asia's Growth and Investment in Changing World)
2010.06ADB, Manila
50.Vertical Intra-Industry Trade, Unit Values of Commodities, and Factor Contents: An Empirical Analysis Based on Micro-Data of the Census of Manufactures(WIOD Conference on Industry-Level Analysis of Micro-Data of the Census of Manufactures)
2010.05Technische Universitaet Wien
51.“Productivity in Japan, the US, and the EU Core Countries :Is Japan Falling Behind(the Third International Workshop of Joint Research Study Group “EU Economy" of EUIJ Tokyo Consortium)
2007.03Tokyo, Japan

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