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HORI Masahiro

HORI Masahiro
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Other affiliations (1):
Research field  (3): Economic statistics ,  Economic policy ,  Public finance/Public economy
Research keywords  (5): Japanese Economy ,  Policy Analysis ,  Household Consumption ,  Financial Crisis ,  Micro data
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (6):
  • 2019 - 2022 "Studies on the Influences of Value-added-tax on Household Consumption and on Disparity among Households"
  • 2018 - 2022 "The influence of subjective perceptions on household's financial and economic behavior and its economic implications"
  • 2011 - 2014 Micro-data based Analyses on the Economic Behaviors of Households and Policy Effectiveness in Japan
  • 2008 - 現在 Income/Assets Distribution of Japanese Households
  • 2008 - 現在 Consumption/Saving Behaviors of Japanese Households
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Papers (49):
  • Hamaaki, Junya & Hori, Masahiro. "Bequest Motives and the Saving Behavior of the Elderly: Empirical Evidence from a Japanese Household Survey," (jointly worked). The Economic Analysis. 2019. 200. 11-36
  • Masahiro Hori, Takeshi Niizeki. "Housing Wealth Effects in Japan: Evidence Based on Household Micro Data," (jointly worked). he B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 2019
  • Takeshi Niizeki, Masahiro Hori. “The Effect of Inheritance Receipt on Individual Labor Supply: Evidence from Japanese Microdata,” (jointly worked). Japan and the World Economy. 2019. 49. 176-186
  • Junya Hamaaki, Masahiro Hori, Keiko Murata. "The intra-family division of bequests and bequest motives: empirical evidence from a survey on Japanese households," (jointly worked). Journal of Population Economics. 2019. 32. 1. 309-346
  • Masahiro Hori, Keiko Murata. "Is there a retirement consumption puzzle in Japan? Evidence from a household panel dataset spanning several years," (jointly worked). Applied Economics. 2019. 51. 16. 1784-1798
MISC (10):
  • Masanori Umeda, Takuma Kawamoto, Masahiro Hori. Twin Survey on the Japanese Economy and Policy Effects: Outline of the Survey and Report of Summary Statistics (jointly worked). The Economic Analysis. 2018. 197. 144-185
  • Koji HAMADA, Takashi HANAGAKI, Masahiro HORI, Koichiro IWAMOTO, Taisuke KAMEDA, Ruriko YOKOYAMA. The ESRI Short-Run Macroeconometric Model of the Japanese Economy (2015 version): Basic Structure, Multipliers, and Economic Policy Analyses (jointly worked). Economic Analysis. 2016. 190. 69-84
  • Koichiro Iwamoto, Fumihiko Suga, Takeshi Niieki, Jyunya Hamaaki, Masahiro Hori, Keiko Murata. "Estimation of Annual Consumption Expenditures by Japanese Households," (jointly worked). The Economic Analysis. 2016. 190. 93-128
  • Koichiro Iwamoto, Takeshi Niizeki, Jyunya Hamaaki, Masahiro Hori, Saeko Maeda, Keiko Murata. "Estimation of Real Assets Holdings by Japanese Households Based," (jointly worked). The Economic Analysis. 2015. 189. 63-95
  • Masahiro Hori, Junya Hamaaki, Saeko Maeda, Keiko Murata. "An overview of the Survey of Family Relationship, Job Experience, Retirement," (jointly worked). The Economic Analysis. 2011. 184. 141-167
Education (2):
  • 1983 - 1988 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Liberal Arts International Relations
  • 1992 - 1996 University of California at Berkeley Graduate School, Division of Economics
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of California at Berkeley)
  • Master of Arts (University of California at Berkeley)
Work history (9):
  • 1996/08/01 - 1998/07/17 Nagasaki University Associate Professor
  • 2001/04/01 - 2003/03/31 The University of Tokyo Visiting Associate Professor
  • 2005/07/01 - 2008/07/04 International Monetary Fund Senior Economist
  • 2010/08/01 - 2013/07/31 Hitotsubashi University Professor
  • 2013/08/01 - 2018/07/31 Cabinet Office (Japanese Government) Senior Research Fellow
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Association Membership(s) (2):
Japanese Economic Association ,  Japan Society of Monetary Economics
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