Hitoshi Shigeoka

 POSITION
   Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University
   Faculty Research Fellow, NBER

   on leave 2015/1/1-2015/12/31 at University of Tokyo

       CV
         SSRN link
         Google Scholar (including non-economics)

CONTACT INFORMATION 

Email: hitoshi_shigeoka@sfu.ca
Address: Simon Fraser University
Department of Economics
8888 University Drive, WMC 4653
Burnaby, BCV5A 1S6, Canada
Tel: +1-(778)782-5348

UPCOMING

  • Sep 18, 2015: The University of Hong Kong
  • Sep 23, 2015: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Sep 25, 2015: Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Oct 20, 2015: Waseda University
  • Oct 23, 2015: Kansai Labor Seminar
  • Oct 29, 2015: Sogang University (Korea)
  • Nov 25, 2015: GRIPS

RESEARCH INTERESTS

      Health, Labor, Public, and Experimental Economics

PUBLICATIONS

WORKING PAPERS

  • "Do Risk Preferences Change? Evidence from Panel Data Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake
    (with Chie Hanaoka, and Yasutora Watanabe) [April 2014, last updated December 2014] under review
    [Manuscript] [NBER wp version
  • "School Entry Cutoff Date and the Timing of Births Cut-off Dates
    [Feb 2012, last updated May 2014]  under review
    [Manuscript[NBER wp version

  • "The Effectiveness of Demand-side Government Intervention to Promote Elderly Employment: Evidence from Japan
    (with Ayako Kondo)  [Oct 2014, last updated March 2015] under review
    [Manuscript

  • "Can We Steer Income Comparison Attitudes by Information Provision?: Evidence from Randomized Survey Experiments in the US and the UK" 
    (with Katsunori Yamada) [March 2015]
    [Manuscript[supplement

WORKS IN PROGRESS

  • "Short Run Effects of Prohibition"
    (with David Jacks, and 
    Krishna Pendakur)

  • "The Effects of Competition and Peer-to-peer Teaching on Learning
    (with Erik Kimbrough, and Andrew McGee)

  • "Evaluating the ‘Least Restrictive Environment’ Mandate: The Effects of Mainstreaming on Cognitive and Noncognitive Development" 
    (with Andrew McGee)

  • "Mass Immigration and Wages in Hong Kong: Assimilation or Cohort Effects?"

Last updated July 2015

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