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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

Optimal Weight of Commercial Sector and Reproduction Scheme
No: DP2019-014
Author: Hiroshi Onishi
Language: English
Intermediate Goods-Skill Complementarity
No: DP2019-013
Author: Kozo Kiyota、Yoshinori Kurokawa
Language: English
Patterns and Factors of First Marriage: A Comparative Analysis of Early Modern and Contemporary Japan
No: DP2019-012
Author: Noriko Tsuya、Satomi Kurosu
Language: English
A General Derivation of Axiomatizations for Allocation Rules: Duality and Anti-Duality Approach
No: DP2019-011
Author: Takayuki Oishi
Language: English
Energy Use in Japanese Copper Industry from the Meiji Period to WWI
No: DPDP2019-010
Author: Asuka Yamaguchi
Language: English
Children’s Time Use and Educational Achievement: Assessing Evidence from the Japan Child Panel Survey
No: DP2019-009
Author: Ryosuke Nakamura、Jun Yamashita、Hideo Akabayashi
Language: Japanese
Do enterprise zones promote local business development? Evidence from Vietnam
No: DP2019-008
Author: Tien Manh Vu、Hiroyuki Yamada
Language: English
Productive Consumption Hypothesis and a Two-Sector Model of Economic Development
No: DPDP2019-007
Author: Ichiroh Daitoh、Kazuo Nishimura
Language: English
Doubly Robust-type Estimation of Population Moments and Parameters in Biased Sampling
No: DP2019-006
Author: Takahiro Hoshino、Yuya Shimizu
Language: English
Tax Rules to Prevent Expectations-driven Liquidity Trap
No: DP2019-005
Author: Yoichiro Tamanyu
Language: English