Assistant Professor, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
Education: Ph.D. in Economics, Yokohama National University, March 2017
Research Fields: Labor Economics, Applied Microeconometrics
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1. “Identifying the Causal Effect of Marriage on Women's Labor Force Participation in the Presence of Chinese Superstition”, with S. Zhang, Economics Bulletin, 35(2), 986-997, April 2015.
2. “A Dilemma of Fertility and Female Labor Supply: Identification Using Taiwanese Twins”, China Economic Review, 43, 47-63, April 2017.
3. “School Starting Age and Academic Achievement: Evidence from China's Junior High Schools”, with S. Zhang and R. Zhong, China Economic Review, 44, 343-354, July 2017.
4. “The Impact of 9-year Compulsory Education: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Taiwan”, Applied Economics, 50(45), 4866-4878, May 2018.
5. “Estimates of the Returns to Schooling in Taiwan: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design”, Applied Economics Letters, 27(7), 533-538, March 2020.
1. “The Effect of Transportation Benefits on Health and Consumption Among the Elderly: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Urban China”, with T. Yin and Z. Yin, RIETI Discussion Paper 18-E-037.
2. “Estimating Average Treatment Benefits of Delayed Primary School Enrollment: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Japan”, available upon request.
3. “Revisiting the Delimma of Fertility and Female Labor Supply: New Evidence and Explanations from Japan”, available upon request
(This work is supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 19K13710.)
1. “Immigration and Technology Progress: Evidence from the 1949 Retreat of Kuomintang”, available upon request.
2. “Does Education Matter for Fertility and Abortion? Evidence from a Compulsory Schooling Law”, available upon request.
3. “Education and Wage Inequality in Taiwan, 1979-2015”, available upon request.
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