Tokyo Workshop on International and Development Economics (TWID) 2019

 

 

※ 6月17日現在

※ 特に表記のない限りセミナー発表は英語で行われます(Unless otherwise mentioned, presentations are in ENGLISH)。

※ Workshop background

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日時

 

June 26, 2019 (水 Wednesday) 16:50-18:35

※共催: ミクロ経済学ワークショップマクロ経済学ワークショップ

 

場所

東京大学大学院経済学研究科 学術交流棟 (小島ホール)1階 第1セミナー室
in Seminar Room 1 on the 1st floor of the Economics Research Annex (Kojima Hall) [Map]

報告

 

Samuel Kortum (Yale University)
"Firm-to-Firm Trade: Imports, Exports, and the Labor Market” (joint with Jonathan Eaton and Francis Kramarz)

Abstract

 



 


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日時

TWID/JADE Workshop on Education and Skills

May 23, 2019 (Thursday) 15:00-17:30

共催:ミクロ実証分析ワークショップ

場所

 

東京大学大学院経済学研究科 学術交流棟 (小島ホール)1階 第2セミナー室
in Seminar Room 2 on the 1st floor of the Economics Research Annex (Kojima Hall) [Map]

※日時・場所に注意

 

Registration

 

 

To attend, register at here:
https://forms.gle/sY3b3ZBch3E5ZoYD6

 

報告

 

15:00 - 15:40 Yukichi Mano (Hitotsubashi University)
“Life skill development through child and parental interventions: randomized experiment in the Philippines"(joint with Yasuyuki Sawada, Makiko Nakamuro, Takaaki Okumura, and Drew Griffen)


15:40 - 16.20 Aya Suzuki (The University of Tokyo)
"Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills and Productivity: Analysis of the Production Worker Data from the Cut Flower Farms in Ethiopia" (joint with Yukichi Mano and Girum Abebe)


16:20 - 16:30 Break


16:30 - 17:30 Paul Glewwe (University of Minnesota)
“What Explains Vietnam’s Exceptional Performance in Education Relative to Other Countries? Analysis of the Young Lives Data from Ethiopia, Peru, India and Vietnam."

Vietnam’s strong performance on the 2012 and 2015 PISA assessments has led to interest in what explains the strong academic performance of Vietnamese students. Analysis of the PISA data has not shed much light on this issue. This paper analyses a much richer data set, the Young Lives data for Ethiopia, India (Andhra Pradesh), Peru and Vietnam, to investigate the reasons for the strong academic performance of 15-year-olds in Vietnam. The (preliminary) analysis thus far indicates that the Young Lives data can “explain” about two thirds of the gap between Vietnamese and Ethiopian 15-year-olds, about half of the gap between Vietnamese and Indian 15-year-olds, and about 40% of the gap between Vietnamese and Peruvian 15-year-olds.

 

日時

May 29, 2019 (水 Wednesday) 10:25-12:10

共催:ミクロ経済学ワークショップマクロ経済学ワークショップ

場所

東京大学大学院経済学研究科 学術交流棟 (小島ホール)2階 小島コンファレンスルーム
in Kojima Conference Room on the 2nd floor of the Economics Research Annex (Kojima Hall) [Map]

※日時・場所に注意

報告

 

松山公紀 (Kiminori Matsuyama) (Northwestern University)
"Reconsidering the Market Size Effect in Innovation and Growth"

Abstract

 

In the standard R&D-based endogenous growth model, a larger country innovates more and grows faster. Because of the homotheticity of preferences, however, it does not matter whether the large market size is due to a large population size or a high per-capita expenditure. In this paper, we develop a balanced growth model of innovation with nonhomothetic preferences, containing the standard model as a limit case. We show, among others, that, holding the aggregate market size fixed, a country with higher per capita expenditure and a smaller population size innovates more and grows faster under the empirically relevant cases.