京都大学 大学院経済学研究科・経済学部

DEPARTMENT FACULTY

Associate Professor

Ken YamadaActivity Database on
Education and Research

Degree (Awarding Institution)
Ph.D. Economics, University College London.
COURSES
TAUGHT
Undergraduate: Labor Economics, Econometrics
Graduate: Labor Economics
Membership of Professional Organizations
  • American Economic Association
  • Econometric Society
  • Japanese Economic Association
Main field of Research and Instruction

Applied Microeconometrics, Labor Economics

Topic(s) of Research in Progress

Household Behavior, Economic Inequality

Selected Publications
  • Tracing the impact of large minimum wage changes on household welfare in Indonesia, European Economic Review, 2016.
  • The changing and unchanged nature of inequality and seniority in Japan (with D. Kawaguchi), Journal of Economic Inequality, 2015.
  • Wage, income and consumption inequality in Japan, 1991–2008: from boom to lost decades (with J. Lise, N. Sudo, M. Suzuki, and T. Yamada), Review of Economic Dynamics, 2014.
  • Minimum wage in a deflationary economy: the Japanese experience, 1994–2003 (with R. Kambayashi and D. Kawaguchi), Labour Economics, 2013.
  • Labor supply responses to the 1990s Japanese tax reforms, Labour Economics, 2011.