ESRI Discussion Paper after 2012

Number with * means the full text is written in Japanese.

ESRI Discussion Paper No.341-No.341.
No.341* Structural change and business cycle fluctuations in Japan
Satoshi Urasawa  October, 2017
ESRI Discussion Paper No.331-No.340.
No.340 Living Arrangements and Family Formation in Japan
Naoki Takayama  October, 2017
No.339 Housing Wealth Effects in Japan: Evidence Based on Household Micro Data
Masahiro Hori,Takeshi Niizeki  September, 2017
No.338 India in the World Economy: Inferences from Empirics of Economic Growth
Takahiro Sato  April, 2017
No.337* Analysis of Child Poverty in Japan
Mika Akesaka,Yukiko Ito,Fumio Ohtake  April, 2017
No.336 The Returns to Postgraduate Education
Fumihiko Suga  March, 2017
No.335* Natural hazard information and migration across cities:
Evidence from the anticipated Nankai Trough earthquake

Michio Naoi,Keiichi Sato,Yozo Tanaka,Hiroaki Matsuura,Shingo Nagamatsu  March, 2017
No.334* Does “arbitrage” work well among loans, bonds and stocks?
-The effects of monetary policy on equity finance-

Hiroshi TSUBOUCHI,Natsumi NAKAYAMA,Tetsuya YOSHIOKA  March, 2017
No.333 The Intra-Family Division of Bequests and Bequest Motives: Empirical Evidence from a Survey on Japanese Households
Junya Hamaaki,Masahiro Hori,Keiko Murata  September, 2016
No.332* Analysis of Decision Making of Marriage : Empirical Evidence from Survey Data
Hiroki Sato,Satoshi Miwa,Tomohiro Takami,Shizuka Takamura,Ayako Ishida,  September, 2016
No.331 Effects of Commodity Price Shocks on Inflation: A Cross-Country Analysis
Atsushi Sekine,Takayuki Tsuruga  July, 2016
ESRI Discussion Paper No.321-No.330
No.330* Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on the Production Recovery Dynamics
Tomohiko INUI,Kazuma EDAMURA,Hiroki ICHIMIYA  March, 2016
No.329 Impacts of Government Spending on Unemployment: Evidence from a Medium-scale DSGE Model
Tatsuyoshi Matsumae,Ryo Hasumi  March, 2016
No.328* Detecting the Negative Information Effect on Food Demand: The Case of Rice Harvested before Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster
Takeshi Mizuta,Tomohiko Inui,Toshiyuki Matsuura  March, 2016
No.327* The Effects of Disaster Risk Information on the Real Estate Market in Japan: A Hedonic Approach
Keiichi Sato,Hiroaki Matsuura,Yozo Tanaka,Shingo Nagamatsu,
Masahiro Ooi,Miho Ohara,Yuu Hiroi  February, 2016
No.326 The Role of Productivity Growth Rates for Rising Inequality in an Economy with Heterogeneous Agents
Atsumasa Kondo  February, 2016
No.325 Working Hours and KAROSHI Risk Assessment
Akiko Kamesaka,Teruyuki Tamura  January, 2016
No.324* Construction and Analysis of a Basic Macro-economic and Earthquake Disaster Model with a Supply Chain Framework and Constraints in Finance Lending Capacity
Motohiro Sato,Kazumasa Oguro  December, 2015
No.323* Analysis of the relation between low fertility and living conditions among never-married women : Empirical evidence from survey data
Shigeki Matsuda,Takayuki Sasaki,Shizuka Takamura,Akiko Oosawa,
Hiromu Onoda,Miho Fujisawa,Hideki Uemura,Ayako Ishida  August, 2015
No.322 Do the Rich Save More in Japan? Evidence Based on Two Micro Datasets for the 2000s
Masahiro Hori,Koichiro Iwamoto,Takeshi Niizeki,Fumihiko Suga  June, 2015
No.321 New Evidence on Intra-Household Allocation of Resources in Japanese Households
Masahiro Hori,Nahoko Mitsuyama,Satoshi Shimizutani  May, 2015
ESRI Discussion Paper No.311-No.320
No.320* Estimation of Mincer-type wage function and analysis of wage gap with Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition
Shinji Yoshioka  May, 2015
No.319 Empirical Research on Depreciation of Business R&D Capital
Akiyuki Tonogi,Michiyo Kitaoka,Wendy C. Y. Li  March, 2015
No.318 Examining elementary school children's extracurricular activity participation and their non-cognitive development using longitudinal data in Japan
Ryoji Matsuoka ,Makiko Nakamuro,Tomohiko Inui  March, 2015
No.317* Who is most affected by media reporting of suicide? -- Evidence from Japan.
Michiko Ueda  February, 2015
No.316* A Study on Promoting the Use of Intellectual Property by Using the Common Domain for Strengthening the Innovative Fundamentals
Takashi Murata,Makoto Furunishi,Michiyo Kitaoka
February, 2015
No.315* The Determinants of Time Spent Studying for Children of Immigrants in Japan
Makiko Nakamuro,Kenji Ishida,Ayumi Takenaka,Tomohiko Inui,
February, 2015
No.314* The ESRI Short-Run Macroeconometric Model of the Japanese Economy (2015version): Basic Structure, Multipliers, and Economic Policy Analyses
Koji Hamada,Masahiro Hori,Takashi Hanagaki,Ruriko Yokoyama,
Taisuke Kameda,Koichiro Iwamoto  January, 2015
No.313 Sources of the Great Recession:A Bayesian Approach of a Data-Rich DSGE model with Time-Varying Volatility Shocks
Hirokuni Iiboshi,Tatsuyoshi Matsumae,Shin-Ichi Nishiyama  December, 2014
No.312 Monetary Policy Regime Shifts Under the Zero Lower Bound: An Application of a Stochastic Rational Expectations Equilibrium to a Markov Switching DSGE Model
Hirokuni Iiboshi  November, 2014
No.311* Analysis of Employment, Childbirth, Childrearing and Living Conditions of Married Women: Empirical Evidence from Survey Data
Hiroki Sato,Yukiko Asai,Shizuka Takamura,Tomohiro Takami,
Chihoko Asada,Aki Iijima  June, 2014
ESRI Discussion Paper No.301-No.310
No.310* The Postgraduate Wage Premium: Estimating the Age-Wage Profiles Using 2007 Employment Status Survey
Hisanobu Kakizawa,Tomotaka Hirao,Hisakazu Matsushige,
Izumi Yamasaki,Tomohiko Inui  June, 2014
No.309 Quantifying the Beauty Contest: Density Inflation-Forecasts of Professional Japanese Forecasters
Yosuke Takeda  May, 2014
No.308 Is there a retirement consumption puzzle in Japan? Evidence based on panel data on households in the agricultural sector
Masahiro Hori,Keiko Murata  February, 2014
No.307* A Study on Creating Innovative Fundamentals Using Cutting-edge Technologies: Toward a Safer, Less-Fearful Society
Takashi Murata,Michiyo Kitaoka,Kumie Nojima  February, 2014
No.306 The Returns to College Quality in Japan: Does Your College Choice Affect Your Earnings?
Makiko Nakamuro Tomohiko Inui   November, 2013
No.305 Predicting Business Cycle Phases by Professional Forecasters- Are They Useful ?
Nobuo Iizuka   October, 2013
No.304 Impact of School Quality on Student Achievements: Evidence from a Twin Survey in Japan
Makiko Nakamuro,Takashi Oshio,Tomohiko Inui   October, 2013
No.303* Overeducation in the Japanese Labor Market:Evidence from the 2007 Employment Status Survey
Tomotaka Hirao   October, 2013
No.302 Evaluating Density Forecasts with Applications to ESPF
Kanemi Ban,Masaaki Kawagoe,Hideaki Matsuoka   September, 2013
No.301* Analyses of factors relating to couples’ declining number of children and desire for children: Empirical Evidence from Survey Data.
Masahiro Yamada,Shigeki Matsuda,Liping Shi,Natsuki Nagata,Junko Uchino,Aki Iijima   August, 2013
ESRI Discussion Paper No.291-No.300
No.300* Disagreement and Biases in Inflation Expectations of Japanese Households
Yuko Ueno,Ryoichi Namba   July, 2013
No.299* Japan's Contribution to the Aging Society in Southeast Asia
Through State-of-the-Art Medical Technology

Takashi Murata,Chie Shinohara   June, 2013
No.298* Does Consumption Respond to Anticipated Income Changes?
Evidence from the Start of Pension Benefit Payments in Japan

Junya Hamaaki   June, 2013
No.297 Firms' Export Behavior and the Role of Banks' Overseas Information
Tomohiko Inui,Keiko Ito,Daisuke Miyakawa,Keishi Shoji   March, 2013
No.296* An Analysis of Unmarried Men's Attitudes to Marriage and Family, Focusing on Non-Regular Employees: Empirical Evidence from Survey Data.
Junko Uchino,Aki Iijima,Tomoya Takahashi  February, 2013
No.295* Childbearing and Subjective Well-being in Japan: A Study on Parents in Their 20s and 30s
Michiko Ueda,Kentaro Kawahara  January, 2013
No.294* Overeducation in the Japanese Youth Labor Market: Effects of Educational Mismatch on Wages
Tomohiko Inui,Hyeog Ug Kwon,Wataru Senoh,Makiko Nakamuro,Tomotaka Hirao,Hisakazu Matsushige   December, 2012
No.293 Negative Assimilation: How Immigrants Experience Economic Mobility in Japan
Ayumi Takenaka,Kenji Ishida,Kenji Ishida   December, 2012
No.292 Measuring the Effects of Monetary Policy: A DSGE-DFM Approach
Hirokuni Iiboshi   October, 2012
No.291* A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Border Adjustments for Climate Change Policy.
Shiro Takeda,Susumu Suzuki,Toshihide Arimura   October, 2012
ESRI Discussion Paper No.281-No.290
No.290* A questionnaire survey on policy preferences of Japanese citizens about low-probability/high-consequence disasters.
Shingo Nagamatsu,Motohiro Sato,Takeshi Miyazaki,Tomokazu Tada  October, 2012
No.289* Global views on the social-economic impact of ICTs:
From digital divide to the development opportunities

Akihiko Shinozaki, Daisuke Tahara  August, 2012
No.288 R&D Subsidies, International Knowledge Dispersion,and Fully Endogenous Productivity Growth
Colin Davis, Ken-ichi Hashimoto   August, 2012
No.287* The Short-Term Effect of the Great East Japan Earthquake on the Wage of College Graduates : the Role of the Quality of Education
Tomohiko Inui,Heog Ug Kwon,Wataru Senoh,Makiko Nakamuro,Tomotaka Hirao,Hisakazu Matsushige  August, 2012
No.286* Aftermath of the 3.11 Disaster: An Analytical Evaluation Using Official Statistics
Yoshio Higuchi,Tomohiko Inui,Shigeru Sugiyama,Kouji Wakabayashi,Nobunori Kuga,Toshiaki Hosoi,Kengo Ikemoto,Isao Takabe,Yoshikazu Uematsu,Takeyori Arimitsu   April, 2012
No.285 Non-Wasteful Government Spending in an Estimated Open Economy DSGE Model:
Two Fiscal Policy Puzzles Revisited

Yasuharu Iwata   April, 2012
No.284 Intergenerational Transfers and Asset Inequality in Japan:Empirical Evidence from New Survey Data
Junya Hamaaki,Masahiro Hori,Keiko Murata   March, 2012
No.283* An Analysis of Japan痴 Immigrant Settlement Process:Social Stratification, Occupational Attainment and Intergenerational Mobility
Yu KOREKAWA   February, 2012
No.282* Effects of deflation on Benefits and Burdens of the Pension
Minoru Masujima,Akihiro Morishige   January, 2012
No.281* Intergenerational Inequality Caused by the Social Security System
Wataru Suzuki,Minoru Masujima,Kosuke Shiraishi,Akihiro Morishige   January, 2012
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