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13: Two-sided Heterogeneity: New Implications for Input Trade Downloads
Tomohiro Ara
12: Capacity to Adapt to Temperature Effects on Crop Yields: Evidence from Rice Production in Japan Downloads
Yi-Chun Ko, Shinsuke Uchida and Akira Hibiki
11: Natural Disasters, Social Isolation and Alcohol Consumption in the Long Run: Evidence from the Great East Japan Earthquake Downloads
Taiki Kakimoto and Shinsuke Uchida
10: Natural Inter-firm alliances accompanied by partial equity ownership: Theoretical analyses (Japanese) Downloads
Hodaka Morita, Kumpei Akiyama, Tomohiro Ara, Shosuke Noguchi and Arghya Ghosh
9: Estimating the Effects of Regulating University Face-to-Face Lectures on the Spread of COVID-19: Evidence from Japan Downloads
Michinao Okachi and Haewon Youn
8: Optimal Tariffs when the Trade Elasticity Varies Downloads
Tomohiro Ara
7: Natural Disasters and Firm Selection: Heterogeneous Effects of Flooding Events on Manufacturing Sectors in Japan Downloads
Jun Yoshida, Shinsuke Uchida, Katsuhito Nohara and Akira Hibiki
6: The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Income Inequality: A Synthetic Control Analysis Downloads
Gabriel Fuentes Cordoba and Niklas Uliczka
5: The Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on Top Income Shares Downloads
Niklas Uliczka
4: Dishonesty and Future Public Servant's Identity Downloads
Takeshi Ojima, Manami Tsuruta, Reona Hayashi and So Morikawa
3: Lyapunov's direct method for stability of a set and its transitivity under a differential inclusion Downloads
Dai Zusai
2: Evolutionary dynamics in heterogeneous populations: a general framework for an arbitrary type distribution Downloads
Dai Zusai
1: Using contingent behavior analysis to estimate benefits from coral reefs in Kume Island, Japan: A Poisson-inverse Gaussian approach with on-site correction Downloads
Katsuhito Nohara, Masaki Narukawa and Akira Hibiki
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