Research Staff

Ayako Kondo

update at 12 April 2016

Division Department of Comparative Contemporary Economics
Research fields Labor Economics
e-mail akondo@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Teaching and Research Appointments

April 2016 - Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo

Publications (2015- )

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. “The Effects of Recessions on Family Formation,” IZA World of Labor, March 2016.
  2. “Effects of increased elderly employment on other workers’ employment and elderly’s earnings in Japan,” IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 2016, 5:2
  3. “Differential Effects of Graduating during a Recession across Gender and Race,” IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 4:23, December 2015.
  4. “Inter-industry labor reallocation and task distance,” with Saori Naganuma, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, Volume 38, December 2015, Pages 127–147.

Selected publications ( -2014)

  1. “Effects of Universal Health Insurance on Health Care Utilization, Supply-Side Responses and Mortality Rates: Evidence from Japan,” with Hitoshi Shigeoka, Journal of Public Economics,, Volume 99, March 2013, Pages 1-23.
  2. “In Search of a Better Life: The Occupational Attainment of Rural and Urban Migrants in China,” with Dongshu Ou, Chinese Sociological Review, 46(1), 25-59, 2013.
  3. “Fiscal Policy Cyclicality and Growth within the US States,” with Justin Svec, The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (Advances), Volume 12, Issue 2, March 2012.
  4. “Long-term Effects of Labor Market Conditions on Family Formation for Japanese Youth,” with Yuki Hashimoto, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 26 (1), 1-21. March 2012.
  5. “Gender Specific Labor Market Conditions and Family Formation,” Journal of Population Economics, Volume 25, Number 1, 151-174. December 2011
  6. “Long-term effects of a recession at labor market entry in Japan and the United States, ” with Yuji Genda and Souichi Ohta, Journal of Human Resources, 45(1): 157-196, Winter 2010.
  7. “Does the First Job Really Matter? State Dependency in Employment Status in Japan, ” Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 21. September 2007. 379-402.

Topics of research

Empirical analysis of labor market

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