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The Institute for Economic Studies issues the Keio-IES Discussion Paper Series to promptly disseminate the latest research results by fellows at Keio University and related institutions. English papers in the Keio-IES Discussion Paper Series are registered in RePEc, a worldwide database of discussion papers.

List of Discussion Papers

(Japanese) Spatially Uneven Pace of Deindustrialization Within a Country
No: DP2022-011
Author: Kozo Kiyota
Language: English
Political Conflict and Angry Consumers: Evaluating the Regional Impacts of a Consumer Boycott on Travel Services Trade
No: DP2022-010
Author: JaeBin Ahn, Theresa M. Greaney, Kozo Kiyota
Language: English
Inter-attribute equity in assignment problems: Leveling the playing field by priority design
No: DP2022-009
Author: Morimitsu Kurino、Tetsutaro Hatakeyama
Language: English
The Empirics of the China Trade Shock: A Summary of Estimation Methods and A Literature Review
No: DP2022-008
Author: Akira Sasahara
Language: English
A Game Theory-based Verification of Social Norms: An Example from Accounting Rules
No: DP2022‐007
Author: Eiko Arata、Takuhei Shimogawa、Takehiro Inohara
Language: English
2022/2/26(first edition:2021/7/5)
Access to and Demand for Online School Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan
No: DP2022-006
Author: Hideo Akabayashi、Shimpei Taguchi、Mirka Zvedelikova
Language: English
Peer Learning in Teams and Work Performance: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment
No: DP2022-005
Author: Kenju Kamei、John Ashworth
Language: English
Vacancies, Job Seekers, and Minimum Wages:Evidence from Public Employment Placement Service Data
No: DP2022-004
Author: Souichi Ohta、Kazutomo Komae
Language: English
Vaccination under the Pandemic and Political Support
No: DP2022-003
Author: Masaki Takahashi、Reo Takaku、Toyo Ashida、Yoko Ibuka
Language: English