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100 Selected Papers/Humanities & Social Sciences

AOYAGI Masaki

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Optimal Sales Schemes against Interdependent Buyers
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KONDO Ayako

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Long-term Effects of a Recession at Labor Market Entry in Japan and the United States

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HINO Nobuyuki

(Graduate School of Language and Culture)

The Teaching of English as an International Language in Japan: An Answer to the Dilemma of Indigenous Values and Global Needs in the Expanding Circle

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IKEDA Shinsuke

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Habit Formation in an Interdependent World Economy

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OHTAKE Fumio

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Time Discounting:Declining Impatience and Interval Effect

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NAKAMICHI Masayuki

(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Old Grandmothers Provide Essential Care to Their Young Granddaughters in a Free-Ranging Group of Japanese Monkeys (Macaca fuscata)

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ONO Tetsuo

(Graduate School of Economics)

Growth and Unemployment in an OLG Economy with Public Pensions

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ONO Yoshiyasu

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Time Patience and Specialization Patterns in the Presence of Asset Trade

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OTANI Junko

(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Older People in Natural Disasters

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SATO Yasuhiro

(Graduate School of Economics)

International Commodity Taxation in the Presence of Unemployment

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TAKII Katsuya

(Osaka School of International Public Policy)

Does the Diversity of Human Capital Increase GDP? A Comparison of Education Systems

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HORIOKA Charles Yuji

(Institute of Social and Economic Research)

Is the Eldest Son Different? The Residential Choice of Siblings in Japan

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NORTH Scott

(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Overtime Activists Take On Corporate Titans: Toyota, McDonald’s and Japan’s Work Hour Controversy

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