(Last updated : 2023-02-04 10:20:01)
  OGAWA Takayuki
   Department   Osaka University of Economics  Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics
   Position   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2018/05/29 Multi-Field Analyses on Education for Migrant Brazilians in Japan (Comparative Education Society in Europe, XXVII Conference)
2. 2017/06/12 Liquidity Preference and Liquidity Traps: A Dynamic Optimization Approach (15th INFINITI Conference on International Finance)
3. 2013/07/07 Public Debt Burdens and Demand Shortage (Annual Congress 2013, Public Economic Theory)
4. 2013/03/16 Tax Distortions and Intergenerational Redistribution in an Overlapping Generations Model (10th Biennial Pacific Rim Conference, Western Economic Association International)
5. 2010 Public Debt Places No Burden on Future Generations under Demand Shortage
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■ Books and Articles
1. 2023/02/03 Article The Persistence of Consumption and the Leading Indicator Property of the Term Spread SSRN Working Paper  (Collaboration) 
2. 2022/12/12 Article Automation and Unemployment in a Fair–Wage Model 青山学院大学 経済学部 経済研究所 ワーキングペーパー  (Collaboration) 
3. 2022/04/27 Article International Spillover Effects on Automation SSRN Working Paper  (Collaboration) 
4. 2021/09/15 Article Welfare Implications of Mitigating Investment Uncertainty Annals of Finance 21,pp.559-582 (Collaboration) 
5. 2021/03 Article Hyperbolic Discounting and State-Dependent Commitment Discussion Paper No. 20-03  (Collaboration) 
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■ Academic background
1. 〔Doctorial Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Economics, Osaka University, Completed, Doctor (Economics)
■ Belonging society
1. Japanese Economic Association
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2000  Dynamic Macroeconomic Theory, International Economics, Asset Pricing Theory  (Key Word : )
■ Research Field
1. 2005 The Seventh ISER-Moriguchi Prize, Osaka University
■ Present specialized field
Economic theory, Economic policy (Key Word:Macroeconomics, International Economics, Behavioral Economics, Asset Pricing Theory)