About publications

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

The Impact of “Grow to Sell” Agricultural Extension on Smallholder Horticulture Farmers: Evidence from a Market-Oriented Approach in Kenya
No: DP2021-020
Author: Satoshi Shimizutani、Shimpei Taguchi、Eiji Yamada、Hiroyuki Yamada
Language: English
Hierarchical Bayesian Hedonic Regression Analysis of Japanese Rice Wine: Price is Right?
No: DP2021-019
Author: Wakuo Saito、Teruo Nakatsuma
Language: English
The Heterogeneous Relationship Between Financial Education and Investment Behavior in Japan
No: DP2021-018
Author: Hiroko Araki、Juan Nelson Martinez Dahbura
Language: English
Non-routine Tasks and ICT tools in Telework
No: DP2021-017
Author: Toshihiro Okubo
Language: English
Traveling and Eating Out during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Go To Campaign Policies in Japan
No: DP2021-016
Author: Toshihiro Okubo
Language: English
Telework in the spread of COVID-19
No: DP2021-015
Author: Toshihiro Okubo
Language: English
Long-term Consequences of Civil War in Tajikistan: Schooling and International Migration Outcomes
No: DP2021-014
Author: Satoshi Shimizutani、Eiji Yamada
Language: English
Access to and Demand for Online School Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan
No: DP2021-013
Author: Hideo Akabayashi、Shimpei Taguchi、Mirka Zvedelikova
Language: English
College loans and scholarships and economic status of parents: An analysis based on the JHPS Second Generation Supplement
No: DP2021-006
Author: Hideo Akabayashi、Jie Wang、Masayuki Kobayashi、Shinpei Sano、Teruyuki Tamura、Michio Naoi
Language: Japanese