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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

Intergenerational Income Mobility: An Analysis based on JHPS Second Generation Supplement
No: DP2021-007
Author: Hideo Akabayashi、Michio Naoi
Language: Japanese
Public Preferences on Immigration in Japan
No: DP2021-005
Author: Toshihiro Okubo
Language: English
Persistent Divides in Beliefs, Conflict, and Innovation
No: DP2021-004
Author: Alexander Mihailov、Masao Ogaki
Language: English
The China Syndrome: A Cross-Country Evidence
No: DP2021-003
Author: Mina Taniguchi、Kozo Kiyota、Sawako Maruyama
Language: English
The causal effects of long-term PM2.5 exposure on COVID-19 in India
No: DP2021-002
Author: Takahiro Yamada、Hiroyuki Yamada、Muthukumara Mani
Language: English
Biodiversity Conservation under ICDPs in a Bioeconomic Model: Nonprofit vs For-Profit National Parks
No: DP2021-001
Author: Zijin Xie、Ayumi Onuma
Language: English
Job rotation or specialization? A dynamic matching model analysis
No: DP2020-026
Author: Morimitsu Kurino、Yoshinori Kurokawa
Language: English
Determinants and impacts on income and anxiety of working from home during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan
No: DP2020-025
Author: Kayoko Ishii、Mao Nakayama、Isamu Yamamoto
Language: Japanese
Improved Access to Safe Water: Effects on Adult Health and Time Reallocation in Rural Zambia
No: DP2020-024
Author: Yasuharu Shimamura、Satoshi Shimizutani、Shimpei Taguchi、Hiroyuki Yamada
Language: English