Public Economics Workshop – Friday 2-3 November 2018

Supported by: The University of Adelaide / The Center for Fiscal and Monetary Policy, The Institute for Economic Studies at Keio University / Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research 16KK0047, 16KK0077

2nd November

9:00 – 9:05 Opening Remarks: Takero Doi
Chair: Kimiko Terai
9:05-9:35 Keigo Kameda
“Effects of Public Works on Private Employment after a Natural Disaster: A Case in the Stricken Area of the Great East Japan Earthquake”
9:35-10:05 Haruo Kondoh and Takeshi Miyazaki
“Allocation of Disaster-Recovery Payments in Japan: The Role of Governor, Local Legislature, and National Politics”
10:05-10:35 Haruaki Hirota and Hideo Yunoue
“The effects of the new fiscal rule and creative accounting: Empirical evidence from Japanese municipalities”
10:35-10:50 Coffee Break
Chair: Atsue Mizushima
10:50-12:10 Giulio Zanella
“Prison Work and Recidivism”
12:10-13:10 Lunch
Chair: Toshiki Tamai
13:10-14:05 Jun-ichi Itaya and Christopher Tsoukis
“Distributive justice and the social contract in an AK model of growth”
Chair: Joongho Kook
14:05-15:00 Nobuo Akai and Tsuyoshi Goto,
“Strategic intertemporal budget allocation of the local government in the Model with Spillovers and Mergers”
15:00-15:10 Coffee Break
Joint with School Seminar

Nepier 205

Ratbek Dzhumashev
“Consumption externalities and fertility choice”
16:40-17:00 Concluding Remarks: Gareth Myles
19:00- Dinner


3rd November:  Visiting Council

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