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第137回「制度と組織の経済学」研究会 (共催:IPP研究会)

2021年6月18日 (金) 13:30 から 15:00

The Osaka Workshop on Economics of Institutions and Organizations, OEIO, meets every month to exchange research ideas on institutional and organizational economics. Participants include both people specialized in theoretical research and those in empirical research. Topics of meetings might be about microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, or economic history..., whatever on institutional and organizational economics.

We meet at monthly workshops at Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University, during semesters, and hold spring and summer conferences at Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo, during spring and summer breaks. Presenters of monthly meetings at Osaka are only invited. Some slots of the spring and summer conferences are open for submission.

第137回「制度と組織の経済学」研究会 (共催:IPP研究会)

日時:2021年6月18日(金)13:30 ~ 15:00(日本時間)
方法:オンラインにて開催 (申込後にZoomの情報をお送りします。)
申込:rmikami@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp 東京大学社会科学研究所 三上様宛

Presenter:
Hirokazu Ishise, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University(大阪大学 石瀬寛和)

Title:
"Quality, Productivity, and Survival: Evidence from the Japan's Silk-reeling Industry during the Interwar Period (Very preliminary) "

Abstract:
Does producing high-quality goods sacrifice the productivity of their production?  If there is a trade-off between high quality and high productivity, which one is more important for a plant's success?  To what extent does the price of goods reflect the quality of the goods?  The quality of goods is theoretically studied, but empirically not due to the measurement difficulty.  I analyze the relationship among quality of goods, price, productivity, exporting status, and the plant's survival probability in the context of Japan's silk-reeling industry during the interwar period.  The choice of the industry has attractive features: the production process is simply turning the main input, cocoon, into the single-output, raw silk; both inputs and output markets are highly competitive so that the endogenous markup is not a concern; and most importantly, the quality of raw silk is checked by the national inspection center and reported in the data.  At this stage, I find that (1) the price reflects quality, and (2) plants producing high-quality silk tend to have high productivity.

日時: 2021年6月18日 (金) 13:30 から 15:00
場所: オンラインにて開催
参加登録: 必要(メール)
連絡先: 東京大学社会科学研究所 三上様宛
rmikami@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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