Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Economic Institutions and Policy
KAMBAYSHI Ryo
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Paper

1.Employees who do not Know Their Labour Contract Term - Implications for Working Conditions: Evidence from Japanese and Spanish Micro Data(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.49,pp.95-104 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doi
2.How does Early Childcare Enrollment Affect Children, Parents, and Their Interactions?(jointly worked)
Labor Economics Vol.55,pp.56-71 2018 Academic journal
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3.Effects of Subsidized Childcare on Mothers’Labor Supply Under a Rationing Mechanism
Labor Economics Vol.55,pp.1-17 2018 Academic journal
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4.Long-Term Employment and Job Security over the Past 25 Years: A Comparative Study of Japan and the United States(jointly worked)
Industrial Labour Relations Review Vol.70,No.2,pp.359-394 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 0019-7939doi
5.Task Polarization in the Japanese Labor Market: Evidence of a Long-term Trend(jointly worked)
Industrial Relations Vol.55,No.2,pp.267-293 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-232XdoiLink
6.Childcare Availability, Household Structure, and Maternal Employment(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.38,pp.172-192 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
7.The Japanese Labour Market during the Global Financial Crisis and the Role of Non-Standard Work: A Micro Perspective(jointly worked)
the Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.38,pp.260-281 2015 Academic journal
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8.Disemployment Caused by Foreign Direct Investment? Multinationals and Japanese Employment(jointly worked)
Review of World Economics Vol.151,pp.433-460 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1610-2878doiLink
9.Incidence of Strict Quality Standards: Protection of Consumers or Windfall for Professionals?(jointly worked)
Journal of Law and Economics Vol.57,No.1,pp.195-224 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 0022-2186doiLink
10.The Minimum Wage in a Deflationary Economy: The Japanese Experience, 1994-2003(jointly worked)
Labor Economics Vol.24,pp.264-276 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0927-5371doiLink
11.Trends in Worker Displacement Penalties in Japan: 1991-2005(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.27,pp.41-57 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doiLink
12.Wage and Productivity Differentials in Japan: The Role of Labor Market Mechanisms(jointly worked)
Labour Vol.26,No.4,pp.514-541 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1467-9914doiLink
13.Employment and Wage Adjustments at Firms under Distress in Japan: An Analysis Based upon a Survey(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.24,No.2,pp.213-235 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
14.Wage Distribution in Japan: 1989-2003(jointly worked)
Canadian Journal of Economics Vol.41,No.4,pp.1329-1350 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 0008-4085doi
15.The effect of training policy fro non-regular workers and human resource management practices(jointly worked)
Vol.577,pp.78-97 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
16.Declining Self-employment in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.16,No.1,pp.73-91 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
17.Wage System and Turnover
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.51,No.2,pp.124-135 2000 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
18.Declining Self-employment in Japan: A Short Survey
Social Science Japan Journal Vol.20,No.1,pp.73-93 2017 Academic journal
doi
19.Declining Self-employment in Japan Revisited: A Short Survey
Social Science Japan Journal Vol.20,No.1,pp.73-93 2017 Academic journal
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20.Trends in Long-Term Employment since the 1980s in Japan(jointly worked)
Vol.67,No.4,pp.307-325 2016 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
21.Defining non-regular employment in Japan(jointly worked)
Vol.9,No.1,pp.147-172 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
22.The Working Conditions of Non-standard Workers and Their Transitions
The Economic Review Vol.66,No.1,pp.19-34 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
23.Living Together but in Different Worlds : Commitment of Working Conditions and Signal of Career Choice
Vol.655,pp.34-46 2015 Academic journal
CiNii
24.Changes Experienced by Middle-aged Employees in Japan's Labor Market(jointly worked)
Vol.653,pp.5-19 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-3808CiNii
25.The Role of Re-employment Agency for Displaced Workers : Anecdotal Evidences from Interviews(jointly worked)
Vol.647,pp.39-50 2014 Academic journal
CiNii
26.Policy Evaluation on Worker Dispatching Act(jointly worked)
Vol.642,pp.64-82 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-3808CiNii
27.Differences in Definitions of Non-Regular Employee in Government Statistics
Japan Labor Review Vol.10,No.4,pp.55-66 2013 Academic journal
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28.Sickness on the Job : The Implication from OECD Report(jointly worked)
Vol.635,pp.31-46 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-3808CiNii
29.Survey on Empirical Analysis of Labor Turnover in the U.S.-From the View Point of Data Construction-
The Economic Review Vol.64,No.2,pp.175-189 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
30.Mismatch and Labor Market Institution : The Role of Short-time Work Subsidy during the Recent Crisis
Vol.626,pp.34-49 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 0916-3808CiNii
31.The Job Changes in Japan : the Evidence from Panel Data
Vol.31,No.3,pp.71-81 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1347-2178CiNii
32.Nominal Wage Rigidity in Japan(1993-2006)--Quasi-panel Approach--
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.62,No.4,pp.301-317 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
33.A Survey on Youth Employment Policies in Japan and OECD Countries(jointly worked)
Vol.176,pp.4-15 2011 Academic journal
CiNii
34.Dismissal Regulation in Japan
Koichi Hamada, Keijiro Otsuka, Gustav Ranis, and Ken Togo (eds.) Miraculous Growth and Stagnation in Post-War Japan, Routledge pp.74-90 2011 Book
ISBN 978-0415615181
35.Japanese Employment System after the Bubble Burst: New Evidence(jointly worked)
Koichi Hamada, Anil Kashyap, Masahiro Kuroda, and David Weinstein, eds., Japan's Bubble, Deflation, and Stagnation, MIT Press pp.217-262 2010 Book
ISBN 9780262014892
36.Review article: Theory and empirics for economic development: Osamu Saito, Economic development in comparative and historical perspectives
Vol.586,pp.78-83 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
37.Economic analysis of dismissal disputes(jointly worked)
Vol.581,pp.36-46 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
38.Wage-Employment Adjustment and Price Setting Behavior(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.59,No.4,pp.289-304 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
39.How should we determine the labor policy: an essay on the orthodoxy of labour policy council(jointly worked)
Vol.579,pp.66-76 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
40.Reexamining Job Creation and Destruction in Japan
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.59,No.3,pp.240-255 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
41.A Policy Report on the Availability of Microdata of Governmental Statistics -Onsite Research Centers of Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Census in the United States, and Statistics Canada-
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.59,No.2,pp.164-186 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
42.Review article: About the employment law system: Hideo Fukui, Fumio Ohtake eds., Breaking out of the disparity society and employment legislation: a study from the standpoint of law and economics(jointly worked)
Vol.572,pp.108-119 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
43.Kan'ichi Asawaka as an Economic Historian, or a Historian of the Medieval Japan(jointly worked)
Masaru Kohno and Frances Rosenbluth, eds., Japan and the World, Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University pp.39-52 2008 Book
ISBN 978-0-9912509-1-2
44.Ageing and Employment in Japan(jointly worked)
Koichi Hamada and Hiromi Kato (eds.) Ageing and the Labor Market in Japan, Edward Elgar pp.1-23 2007 Book
ISBN 978-1-84542-849-5
45.The Registration System and the Grade Wage: From cooperation to a market for human capital? A lesson from the Japanese silk reeling industry
Tetsuji Okazaki (ed.) Production Organizations in the Japanese Economic Development, Routledge pp.39-74 2007 Book
ISBN 978-0415391801
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.Law and Economics of Labor in Japan
Japan Labor Review Vol.1,No.4,pp.70-97 2004 Academic journal
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Other

1.Effects of Subsidized Childcare on Mothers’Labor Supply Under a Rationing Mechanism(jointly worked)
Institution of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Discussion Paper Series A No.658 2017 Other
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2.How Does Early Childcare Enrollment Affect Children, Parents, and Their Interactions?(jointly worked)
Institution of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Discussion Paper Series A No.656 2017 Other
Link
3.Trends in Long-term Employment since the 1980s in Japan(jointly worked)
2016 Other
HERMES-IR
4.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs in Japan: 1982-2007(jointly worked)
Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Working Paper Series, No. 348, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University 2016 Other
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5.Firms’ Incentive Provisions: Tournament Structure and Worker Flow(jointly worked)
RCESR Discussion Paper Series, No.15-11 2015 Other
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6.Crowding-Out Effect of Publicly Provided Childcare: Why Maternal Employment Did Not Increase(jointly worked)
Institution of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Discussion Paper Series A No.626 2015 Other
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7.Childcare Availability, Household Structure, and Maternal Employment(jointly worked)
Discussion Paper Series, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University Vol.611 2014 Other
HERMES-IR
8.The Role of Public Employment Services in a Developing Country: The Case of Japan in the Twentieth Century
PRIMCED Discussion Paper Series Vol.40 2013 Other
HERMES-IR
9.Yuichiro Mizumachi, Rodoho Nyumon (Introduction to Labor Law), Iwanamishoten
Social Science Japan Journal Vol.16,No.1,pp.167-170 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-2680doi
10.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(jointly worked)
IZA Discussion Paper Series Vol.6666 2012 Other
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11.Trends in Long-term Employment and Job Security in Japan and the United States: the Last Twenty-Five Years(jointly worked)
Center on Japanese Economy and Business Working Paper Series, Columbia University Vol.302 2012 Other
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12.Long-term Trends in the Polarization of the Japanese Labor Market: The Increase of Non-routine Task Input and Its Valuation in the Labor Market(jointly worked)
2010 Other
HERMES-IR
13.Deferred Compensation: Evidence from Employer-Employee Matched Data from Japan(jointly worked)
Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series Vol.187 2006 Other
HERMES-IR
14.Vacancy Size and Offered Wage: A Source of Search Friction in the Japanese Labor Market(jointly worked)
Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series Vol.179 2006 Other
HERMES-IR
15.Vacancy Market Structure and Matching Efficiency(jointly worked)
ESRI Discussion Paper Series Vol.160 2006 Other
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Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Management Practices meet Labor Market Outcomes(サーチ理論研究会)
2019.05名古屋大学
2.Revisiting Cross-National Variations in Preference for Redistribution: A Comparison between US, France, and Japan(International Workshop: Inequalities and Preference for Redistribution)
2019.03Paris School of Economics, FRA
3.Management Practices meet Labor Market Outcomes(Empirical Management Conference)
2018.12Harvard Business School, USA
4.Management Practices meet Labor Market Outcomes(Michael Waldman Conference)
2018.11Hitotusbashi University, JPN
5.Management Practices meet Labor Market Outcomes(11th Trans Pacific Labor Conference)
2018.10
6.Good Jobs and Bad Jobs in Japan: 1982-2007(4th International TASKS Conference: Labor Market Adjustments to Digitization and the Future of Work)
2018.09Mannheim, ZEW, GER
7.Management Practice meets Labor Market Outcomes(H-trio seminar)
2018.09Seoul National University, KOR
8.Management Practice meets Human Resource Management(Kyoto Summer Workshop on Applied Economics 7th Meeting)
2018.08Kyoto University, JPN
9.Revisiting cross-national variations in preference for redistribution(International Workshop: Inequalities and Preference for Redistribution)
2018.07Doshisha University, JPN
10.Material for the discussion from Ryo Kambayshi and Takao Kato “Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade"(Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Annual Meeting, Presidential Panel - Labor in Asia)
2018.06Doshisha Univertsity, JPN
11.Does the Artificial Intelligence Help the Japanese Labor Markets?(Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center)
2018.05Palo Alto, Stanford University, USA
12.Labor-Management Communication about Training and its Reflection on Wages(Workshop on Employees' Vocational Training Capabilities - International Comparisons)
2018.02Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, GER
13.Minimum Wage in Japan: institutional aspects and its consequences(Workshop on minimum wages: Lessons from recent experiences and European perspectives)
2017.10Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris, FRA
14.Overview of JP-MOPS Project and Preliminary Research Outcomes(U.S. Census Bureau)
2017.09U.S. Census Bureau, Maryland, USA.
15.The Importance of Vertical Communication in the High-Performance Work System: Evidence from Japanese Linked Employer-Employee Data(Kyoto Summer Workshop on Applied Economics 6th Meeting)
2017.08Kyoto University, JPN
16.The Importance of Vertical Communication in the High-Performance Work System: Evidence from Japanese Linked Employer-Employee Data(18th World Congress IEA)
2017.06Santa Fe, Camino Real Hotel, MEX
17.Inclusive Prosperity for Japan and the United States(Center for American Progress)
2017.03 Washington D.C., U.S.A.
18.Good Jobs and Bad Jobs in Japan: 1982-2007(Stanford Juku)
2016.10Palo Alato, Stanford University, USA
19.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade(Good Jobs and Bad Jobs in Japan: 1982-2007)
2016.09ZEW, GER
20.Labor-Management Communication on Training in the Japanese Firms: An implication toward the capability approach(14th Human Development and Capability Association Annual Meeting)
2016.09Tokyo, Hitotsubashi University, JPN
21.The Possible Analysis by using JP-MOPS: the structure of governmental statistics in Japan(Conference on Management and Organizational Practices Surveys)
2016.08Tokyo, ABDI, JPN
22.The Importance of Vertical Communication Gap in the High-Performance Work System: Evidence from Japan(IAFEP)
2016.07Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School, DEN
23.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade(Globalization and labor market outcomes: EHESS-Keio University conference)
2016.03Paris, EHESS, FRA
24.Structural changes in the Japanese labor markets: did bad jobs dominate good jobs?(Asia Centre)
2016.03Paris, INALCO, FRA
25.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade(Annual Meeting of Alliance of Social Science Association)
2016.01San Francisco, USA
26.The Importance of Vertical Communication Gap in the High-Performance Work System: Evidence from Japan(Hitotsubashi Summer Institute, Labor Economics)
2015.09Hitotsubashi University
27.Careers of Married Women and the Nature of Husbands’ Work: Evidence from Japan(NBER Japan Project Meeting)
2015.07Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, JPN
28.Firms' Incentive Provisions: Tournament Structure and Worker Flow(Conference on Tournament/Promotion)
2015.07IER, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, JPN
29.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade(中央大学企業研究会)
2015.06
30.Childcare Availability, Household Structure, and Maternal Employment(日本経済学会2015年度春季大会)
2015.05Niigata University
31.Long-term effect of displacement in Japan(日本経済学会2015年度春季大会)
2015.05Niigata University
32.Thomas Piketty: CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century(東京財団日本経済のかたち研究会)
2015.04The Tokyo Foundation
33.Childcare Availability, Household Structure, and Maternal Employment(8th Trans Pacific Labor Seminars)
2015.03Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo, JPN
34.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(Protecting the Weak: Entangled Processes of Framing, Mobilization and Institutionalization in East Asia)
2015.01Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, GER
35.Disemployment caused by Foreign Direct Investment(From De-industrialization to the future of industries)
2014.11Brussels, BEL
36.Career of Married Women and the Nature of Husband's Work: Evidence from Japan(Southern Economic Association 84th Annual Conference)
2014.11Atlanta, USA
37.A Global Jobs Project, the Japanese Case(3rd Meeting for Global Changes in the Structure of Employment)
2014.09Manchester, GBR
38.Career of Married Women and the Nature of Husband's Work: Evidence from Japan(7th Trans Pacific Labor Seminars)
2014.08Coogee, Australia
39.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(International Workshop "Understanding inequalities: Multidisciplinary approaches and comparative perspectives")
2014.07University of Tokyo
40.Disemployment by Foreign Direct Investment? Multinationals and Japanese Employment(日本経済学会2014年度春季大会)
2014.06Doshisha University
41.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(日本経済学会2014年度春季大会)
2014.06Doshisha University
42.The Importance of Vertical Communication in the High-Performance Work System: Evidence from Japan(ICOA Seminar Series)
2014.06Aarhus University, Aarhus
43.The Role of Public Employment Services in Developing Country: The Case of 20th Century Japan(Economic History Association Annual Meeting)
2014.03University of Warwick, Coventry
44.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(Japan Economic Seminar)
2014.02Columbia University, NYC
45.Change in the Structure of Employment in Japan(Global Changes in the Structure of Employment)
2013.12Eurofound, Brussels
46.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(Department seminar, Colgate University, Hamilton)
2013.10Colgate University, Hamilton, USA
47.Long-term effect of displacement in Japan(the Conference for the launch of the OECD Analytical Report on Displaced Workers)
2013.05OECD, Paris
48.Long-term effect of displacement in Japan(Seminar for the Center for Intergenerational Studies, Hitotsubashi University)
2013.05Hitotsubashi University
49.Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and the Great Recession: Lessons from Japan's Lost Decade(6th Trans Pacific Labor Seminars)
2012.12University of Hawaii, Honolulu
50.Topics in Job Displacements: the case of Japan, revisited(the OECD Displaced Workers Project)
2012.11OECD, Paris
51.The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Japanese Labour Market and the Role of Non-Standard Workstandard(高等研究所セミナーシリーズ)
2012.11Waseda University
52.The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Japanese Labour Market and the Role of Non-Standard Workstandard(Kyoto Conference on Employment Adjustment in Response to Shocks: Micro-level Evidence and Macro-Economic Implications)
2012.11Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto University
53.Wage Inequality in Japan Revisited(関西労働研究会)
2012.10Nakanoshima Center Building, Osaka, Japan
54.Long-term Trends in the Polarization of the Japanese Labor Market: The Increase of Non-routine Task Input and Its Valuation in the Labor(日本経済学会2012年度秋季大会)
2012.10Kyushu Sangyo University
55.Wage Inequality in Japan Revisited(東京労働経済学研究会)
2012.07Asia Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo
56.Labour Input Adjustment in Japan(日本経済学会2012年度春季大会)
2012.06
57.An Application of Baumol-Bowen Effect to the Japanese Art Industry: A Case in Movie Theatre(文化政策学会)
2011.12Waseda University
58.Long-term Employment and Job Security over the Last Twenty-Five Years: A Comparative Study of Japan and the U.S(Department seminar, University of Lyon)
2011.11University of Lyon, Lyon
59.Long-term Employment and Job Security over the Last Twenty-Five Years: A Comparative Study of Japan and the U.S(National Economic Research Organizations, OECD, Paris)
2011.06OECD, Paris
60.Inequality in Japan: Recent Trend(Department seminar, Paris School of Economics, Paris)
2010.10Paris School of Economics, Paris
61.Long Term Transition of Polarization in the Japanese Labor Market(3rd Trans Pacific Labor Seminars)
2010.03UC Santa Barbara
62.Wage and Productivity Differentials in Japan. The role of Labor Market Mechanisms(CAED)
2009.10Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo
63.The Japanese Employment System after the Bubble Burst: New Evidence(The Allied Social Science Associations)
2009.01
64.The Japanese Employment System after the Bubble Burst: New Evidence(2nd Trans Pacific Labor Seminars)
2009.01Daidoh-Seimei Building, Tokyo
65.Deferred Compensation: Evidence from Employer-Employee Matched Data from Japan(Comparative Analysis on Enterprise Data)
2008.05Budapest

Scientific Research Funds Results

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Scientific Research (A)2016-2018
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Scientific Research (B)2012-2015
3.International Comparison on Employer-Employee Matched Data
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Young Scientists (A)2009-2011
4.Law and Economics on Dismissals
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Young Scientists (B)2006-2008
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Young Scientists (B)2003-2005
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