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Number of items: 9.

Cheng, Haitao and Kato, Hayato and Obashi, Ayako (2020): Is Environmental Tax Harmonization Desirable in Global Value Chains?

Iiboshi, Hirokuni and Watanabe, Toshiaki (2005): Has the Business Cycle Changed in Japan? A Bayesian Analysis Based on a Markov-Switching Model with Multiple Change-Points.

Kolpashnikova, Kamila and Chiba, Ryota and Shirakawa, Kiyomi (2019): Socioeconomic Status and Housework: Cultural Differences in Participation in Routine Housework in Japan, Canada, and the US. Published in: IER Discussion Papers No. 697 (4 July 2019): pp. 1-14.

Kolpashnikova, Kamila and Kan, Man-Yee and Shirakawa, Kiyomi (2019): Marriage Penalty: Unconditional Quantile Regression of Housework Participation in Japan. Published in: Discussion Paper Series No. No.695 (10 June 2019): pp. 1-20.

Kolpashnikova, Kamila and Kan, Man-Yee and Shirakawa, Kiyomi (2019): Marriage and Housework: Analyzing the Effects of Education Using the 2011 and 2016 Japanese Survey on Time Use and Leisure Activities. Published in: IER Discussion Paper Series No. 696 (20 June 2019): pp. 1-28.

Kono, Tatsuhito and Nakajima, Kentaro and Ozane, Kanta (2023): Quantitative Impact Analysis of the Centralization of Firms in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Considering Firm-to-Firm Trade Networks.

Managi, Shunsuke and Okimoto, Tatsuyoshi and Matsuda, Akimi (2012): Do Socially Responsible Investment Indexes Outperform Conventional Indexes?

Nakano, Makoto and Nguyen, Pascal (2012): Board size and corporate risk-taking: Further evidence from Japan. Forthcoming in: Corporate Governance: An International Review

Nakashima, Kiyotaka and Saito, Makoto (2009): Credit Spreads on Corporate Bonds and the Macroeconomy in Japan. Published in: Journal of the Japanese and International Economies , Vol. 23, (2009): pp. 309-331.

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