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研究成果 | 2020年

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CREPEDP-91 Tsutomu Watanabe and Yuki Omori, "Online Consumption During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Japan" (December 2020)
CREPEDP-90 Tsutomu Watanabe and Tomoyoshi Yabu, "Japan’s Voluntary Lockdown" (December 2020)
CREPEDP-89 Tetsuji Okazaki, Ken Onishi, Naoki Wakamori, "Compatible Mergers: Assets, Service Areas, and Market Power" (December 2020)
CREPEDP-88 Kei Ikegami, Ken Onishi, and Naoki Wakamori, "Induced Physician-Induced Demand" (December 2020)
CREPEDP-87 西村淸彦、肥後雅博 「公的統計の課題と展望―2021年―」 (2020年12月)
CREPEDP-86 Daisuke Adachi, Taiyo Fukai, Daiji Kawaguchi, and Yukiko U. Saito, "Commuting Zones in Japan" (November 2020)
CREPEDP-85 Yasuyuki Sawada, Minhaj Mahmud, Mai Seki, An Le, and Hikaru Kawarazaki, "Fighting the Learning Crisis in Developing Countries: A Randomized Experiment of Self-Learning at the Right Level" (November 2020)
CREPEDP-84 Masato Ikeda and Shintaro Yamaguchi, "Online Learning During School Closure Due to COVID-19" (November 2020)
CREPEDP-83 Hitoshi Matsushima and Shunya Noda, "Epistemological Mechanism Design" (November 2020)
CREPEDP-82 Daiji Kawaguchi and Hiroyuki Motegi, "Who Can Work from Home? The Roles of Job Tasks and HRM Practices " (September 2020)
CREPEDP-81 Kengo Igei, Kana Takio, Keitaro Aoyagi, and Yoshito Takasaki, "Vocational Training for Demobilized Ex-combatants with Disabilities in Rwanda" (September 2020)
CREPEDP-80 Shinnosuke Kikuchi, Sagiri Kitao, and Minamo Mikoshiba, "Who Suffers from the COVID-19 Shocks? Labor Market Heterogeneity and Welfare Consequences in Japan" (August 2020)
CREPEDP-79 Daijiro Kabata and Mototsugu Shintani, "Variable Selection in Double/debiased Machine Learning for Causal Inference: An Outcome-Adaptive Approach" (August 2020)
CREPEDP-78 Daiji Kawaguchi, Jungmin Lee, Ming-Jen Lin, and Izumi Yokoyama, "Is Asian Flushing Syndrome a Disadvantage in the Labor Market?" (August 2020)
CREPEDP-77 Michihito Ando, Chishio Furukawa, Daigo Nakata, and Kazuhiko Sumiya, "Fiscal Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis in Japan: The First Six Months " (July 2020)
CREPEDP-76 Shintaro Yamaguchi, Hirotake Ito, and Makiko Nakamuro, "Month-of-Birth Effects on Skills and Skill Formation" (July 2020)
CREPEDP-75 Takahiro Hattori and Jiro Yoshida, "Yield Curve Control" (July 2020; Revised in August)
CREPEDP-74 Masao Fukui and Chishio Furukawa, "Power Laws in Superspreading Events: Evidence from Coronavirus Outbreaks and Implications for SIR Models" (June 2020)
CREPEDP-73 Masao Fukui, Shinnosuke Kikuchi, and Goalist Co.,Ltd, "Job Creation during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan" (June 2020)
CREPEDP-72 Hikaru Kawarazaki, Minhaj Mahmud, Yasuyuki Sawada, and Mai Seki, "Haste Makes No Waste: Peer Effects of a Speed Competition on Math Score" (May 2020)
CREPEDP-71 Shinnosuke Kikuchi, Sagiri Kitao, and Minamo Mikoshiba, "Heterogeneous Vulnerability to the COVID-19 Crisis and Implications for Inequality in Japan" (April 2020)
CREPEDP-70 Takahiro Hattori and Jiro Yoshida, "Bank of Japan as a Contrarian Stock Investor: Large-Scale ETF Purchases" (April 2020)
CREPEDP-69 Takahiro Hattori and Jiro Yoshida, "The Bank of Japan as a Real Estate Tycoon: Large-Scale REIT Purchases" (March 2020)
CREPEDP-68 Hitoshi Matsushima and Shunya Noda, "Mechanism Design with Blockchain Enforcement" (March 2020)
CREPEDP-67 Kohei Kawaguchi, Kosuke Uetake, and Yasutora Watanabe, "Designing Context-Based Marketing: Product Recommendations under Time Pressure " (March 2020)
CREPEDP-66 Mariko Nakagawa, Yasuhiro Sato, and Kazuhiro Yamamoto, "Segregation and Public Spending under Social Identification" (March 2020)
CREPEDP-65 Francesco Trebbi, Eric Weese, Austin L. Wright, and Andrew Shaver, "Insurgent Learning" (February 2020)
CREPEDP-64 David Schönholzer and Eric Weese, "Creative Destruction in the European State System: 1000-1850" (February 2020)
CREPEDP-63 Johann Caro-Burnett and Eric Weese, "UN Security Council Elections as an Incentive for Compliance" (February 2020, revised in June 2022)
CREPEDP-62 Hitoshi Matsushima, "Recurrent Preemption Games" (February 2020)