This site introduces events at HIAS GLECS (Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Studies, Research Center for Global Economic Systems).
HSI2019—5th Hitotsubashi Summer Institute

from Monday, 29 July 2019 (08:00) to Sunday, 4 August 2019 (18:00)
Hitotsubashi University (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
29 Jul 2019
30 Jul 2019
31 Jul 2019
1 Aug 2019
2 Aug 2019
3 Aug 2019
4 Aug 2019
AM
11:00 --- Registration ---
11:30
Political Economy I (until 12:30) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:30 The Winner-Take-All Dilemma - Yukio Koriyama (Ecole Polytechnique)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:00 --- Registration ---
09:15
Choice and Welfare (until 12:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:15 Rationalizability of Partial Consumption Data - Hiroki Nishimura (University of California, Riverside)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:15 Time Lotteries and Stochastic Impatience - David Dillenberger (University of Pennsylvania)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:15 --- Morning Break ---
11:45 Failure to Compensate or Failure to Reward? A Decomposition of Inequality of Opportunity - Kristof Bosmans (Maastricht University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:20 --- Registration ---
09:50 Opening Remarks - Jota Ishikawa (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:00
International Trade and FDI: I (until 13:00) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:00 Too Much of a Good Thing? Labor Market Imperfections as a Source of Exceptional Exporter Performance - Carsten Eckel (University of Munich)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:50 --- Morning Break I ---
11:05 Geographic Fragmentation in a Knowledge Economy - Lin Tian (INSEAD)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:55 --- Morning Break II ---
12:10 IO for Export(s) - Monika Mrazova (University of Geneva)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:10 --- Registration ---
09:40
International Trade and FDI: III (until 12:40) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:40 Quality, Variable Markups, and Welfare: A Quantitative General Equilibrium Analysis of Export Prices - Yao Amber Li (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:30 --- Morning Break I ---
10:45 Globalization and Female Empowerment: Evidence from Myanmar - Mari Tanaka (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:35 --- Morning Break II ---
11:50 Grain Exports and the Causes of China's Great Famine, 1959—1961: County-Level Evidence - Hiro Kasahara (University of British Columbia / Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:30 --- Registration ---
10:00
Agricultural and Industrial Organizations (until 12:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:00 Inducing Smallholders to Comply with International Standards: Evidence from the Shrimp Aquaculture Sector in Vietnam - Aya Suzuki (The University of Tokyo)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:45 Do Firm Boundary Decisions Affect Firm Performance? The Case of the Rice Trading Industry in Nigeria - Yoko Kijima (GRIPS)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:30 Decentralized Targeting of Agricultural Credit Programs: Private versus Political Intermediaries - Sujata Visaria (Hong Kong University of Science & Technology)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:30 --- Registration ---
10:00 Opening Remarks - Toshiaki Watanabe (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:05
VAR (until 12:05) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:05 Pass-Through of Oil Supply Shocks to Domestic Gasoline Prices: Evidence from Daily Data - Etsuro Shioji (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:45 Discounting Normalcy:An Evaluation of FED Monetary Policy from 1920 to 1941 - James M. Nason (North Carolina State University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:25 Large-Hybrid Time-Varying Parameter VARs - Joshua C.C. Chan (Purdue University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
09:30 --- Registration ---
10:00
Trend, Cycle and Structural Change (until 12:00) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:00 A New Structural Identification of Trend/Cycle Decomposition Using Survey Expectations: How Important is the Permanent Shock in US GDP? - Yunjong Eo (University of Sydney)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
10:40 Whittaker-Henderson Graduation and Graph Spectral Filtering - Hiroshi Yamada (Hiroshima University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
11:20 Testing Jointly for Structural Changes in the Error Variance and Coefficients of a Linear Regression Model - Yohei Yamamoto (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
PM
12:30 --- Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
13:45
Political Economy II (until 14:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:45 Efficiency with Political Power Dynamics and Costly Policy Change - Hulya Eraslan (Rice University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:45 --- afternoon break I ---
15:15
Social Interactions I (until 16:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:15 Network Games Made Simple - Junjie Zhou (National University of Singap)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:15 --- afternoon break II ---
16:45
Social Interactions II (until 17:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:45 Behavioral Influence - Christopher P. Chamber (Georgetown University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
18:00 --- Reception ---
12:45 --- Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
14:15
Market Design (until 16:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:15 Large Matchings in Large Markets with Flexible Supply - Shunya Noda (University of British Columbia)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:15 Simultaneous Search: Beyond Independent Successes - Ran Shorrer (Pennsylvania State University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:15 Closing Remarks - Reiko Gotoh (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:00 --- Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
14:30
International Trade and FDI: II (until 17:30) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:30 Financing Multinationals - Jingting Fan (Pennsylvania State University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:20 --- Afternoon Break ---
15:35 Good and Factor Market Integration: A Quantitative Assessment of the EU Enlargement - Fernando Parro (Pennsylvania State University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:25 --- Afternoon Break II ---
16:40 Intellectual Property Enforcement, Exports and Productivity of Heterogeneous Firms in Developing Countries: Evidence from China - Keith Maskus (University of Colorado)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
17:45 --- Reception ---
12:40 Closing Remarks - Eiichi Tomiura (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
12:50 --- Joint Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
13:00 --- Registration ---
13:30
Technology and Information Network (until 15:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:30 The Effects of Exposure Intensity on Technology Adoption and Gains: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh on the System of Rice Intensification - Abdul Malek (University of Tsukuba / BRAC)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:15 Fame, Shame, or Money for Improving Agricultural Extension Service: Randomized Control Trial on Public Sector Workers in Bangladesh - Md. Rajibul Alam (GRIPS)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:00 Motivation for Information Exchange in a Virtual Community of Practice: Evidence from a Facebook Group for Shrimp Farmers - Guenwoo Lee (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:45 --- Afternoon Break ---
16:00
Governance, Public Finance, and Conflicts (until 18:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:00 Rent Extraction and Political Accountability: Evidence from Audit Impact in Kenya - Antony Mbithi (GRIPS)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:45 Using Reminders and Nudges to Increase Property Tax Compliance in Dar es Salaam - Fredrick Manang (University of Dodoma)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
17:30 Price Shock and Conflict: Evidence from the Cost of the Minimum Food Basket in Yemen - Yasuka Tateishi (Yale University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
18:15
JADE General Assembly (until 18:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
18:15 President's Speech - Keijiro Otsuka (Kobe University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
18:25 JADE association matters - Aya Suzuki (The University of Tokyo) Yasuyuki Todo (Waseda University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
18:45 --- Reception ---
12:15 --- Luncheon Meeting ---
13:00
Migration, Human Capital, and Economic Development (until 15:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:00 Resilient Pakistan: The Forgotten Economic Success Story - Matthew McCartney (University of Oxford)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:45 Determinants of Migration: Cotton Strikes and Income Shocks in Mali - Zachary Barnett-Howell (Yale University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:30 The Impact of Migration and Remittance on Labor Supply in Tajikistan - Enerelt Murakami (JICA Research Institute)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:15 --- Afternoon Break ---
15:30
Health and Multidimensional Welfare Measurement (until 17:45) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:30 The Effect of Protected Areas Enactment on Malaria Incidence in the Brazilian Amazon - Alicia V. Barriga (University of Connecticut)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:15 Effectiveness of Female Genital Cutting Bans in Africa - Hailegabriel Abebe Fenta (GRIPS)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
17:00 Comparative Analysis of Life Satisfaction, Equivalent Income Indices, and Alike-Foster Multi-dimensional Poverty Index: Empirical Results from India - Yuko Mori (Tsuda University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
12:05 --- Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
13:05
Financial Markets and Macroeconomy (until 14:25) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:05 Negative Interest Rate Policy and the Influence of Macroeconomic News on Yields - Naoko Hara (Bank of Japan)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:45 Stock Return Predictability and Variance Risk Premia around the ZLB - Toshiaki Ogawa (Bank of Japan)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:25 --- Afternoon Break ---
14:40
Financial Stochastic Volatility (until 16:40) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:40 Skew Selection for Factor Stochastic Volatility Models - Jouchi Nakajima (Bank of Japan)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:20 Multivariate Stochastic Volatility Model with Realized Volatilities and Pairwise Realized Correlations - Yuta Yamauchi (The University of Tokyo)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:00 High-frequency Stochastic Volatility Models - Toshiaki Watanabe (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
17:00 --- Reception ---
12:00 --- Luncheon Meeting of Committee Members ---
13:00
Fiscal Policy (until 15:00) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:00 Forecasting Public Investment Using Daily Stock Returns - Hiroshi Morita (Hosei University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
13:40 Fiscal Austerity and Debt-Dependent Government Spending Multiplier: Time-Series Evidence - Yasuharu Iwata (Cabinet Office)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
14:20 Fiscal Policy Uncertainty due to Demographic Projection Errors - Takefumi Yamazaki (Ministry of Finance/Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:00 --- Afternoon Break ---
15:15
Bayesian Inference and Macroeconomic Models (until 17:15) (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:15 Estimation under Ambiguity - Toru Kitagawa (University College London)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
15:55 On Posterior Inferences of Misspecified DSGE Models: The Minimal Econometric Interpretation - Takashi Kano (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
16:35 The New Area-Wide Model II: An Extended Version of the ECB's Micro-Founded Model for Forecasting and Policy Analysis with a Financial Sector - Günter Coenen (European Central Bank)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)
17:15 Closing Remarks - Yohei Yamamoto (Hitotsubashi University)   (Mercury Tower, 7F-Conference Room - Mercury Tower Conference Room)