(Last updated : 2024-03-30 11:51:26)
  ITO Banri
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  Department of Economics, College of Economics
   Position   Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
Economic policy, Economic theory 
■ Business career
1. 2014/04~2015/03 Harvard University
2. 2016/04~2020/03 Aoyama Gakuin University College of Economics Department of Economics Associate Professor
3. 2020/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University College of Economics Department of Economics Professor
■ Belonging society
1. 2018~ The East Asian Economic Association
■ Winning science prize
1. 2021/10 The Japan Society of International Economics Oda Prize Link
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1.   Empirical study of determinants of trade policy preferences  (Key Word : )
2.   Empirical study of international trade, FDI and technology transfer  (Key Word : )
■ Committee and society
1. 2018/05~2020/12 Committee on Digital Economy Policy(CDEP), Working Party on the Measurement and Analysis on Digital Economy (MADE) Vice-Chair
■ Book and thesis
1. Book Global Innovation   (Collaboration) 2011
2. Article City-specific determinants of cross-border M&As: An inter-urban gravity approach International Economics and Economic Policy  (Collaboration) 2023/11 Link
3. Article Individual Preferences Toward Inward Foreign Direct Investment: A Conjoint Survey Experiment Journal of Asian Economics 88 (Collaboration) 2023/10 Link
4. Article Impacts of Globalization on the Adoption of Remote Work: Evidence from a survey in Japan during the COVID-19 pandemic The World Economy  (Collaboration) 2023/07 Link
5. Article Why Do People Oppose Foreign Acquisitions? Evidence from Japanese Individual-Level Data Japan and the World Economy 66 (Collaboration) 2023/06 Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2021/10/24 Why do people oppose foreign acquisitions? Evidence from Japanese individual-level data (The 80th Annual Meeting of The Japan Society of International Economics)
2. 2021/01 Characteristics of Firms Transmitting Data Across Borders: Evidence from Japanese Firm-level Data (The 2021 ASSA Annual Meeting)
3. 2019/09 Cross-border M&As and urban gravity (ETSG 2019 Bern 21st Annual Conference)
4. 2019/03 Who demand reciprocal trade? A survey-based investigation of individual characteristics (WEAI 15th International Conference)
5. 2018/09 Trade exposure and electoral protectionism: evidence from Japanese politician-level data (ETSG 2018 Warsaw Twentieth Annual Conference)
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