Atsuko UEDA

Professor, Waseda University

 

Contact

 Office: Waseda University, Political Science & Economics, Nishi-waseda 1-6-1, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8050, JAPAN

 E-mail: aueda @ waseda.jp

 

Specialization: Household behavior, applied micro-econometrics

Current research projects: Intergenerational Mobility in East Asia, Women in Economics

 

Japanese Women Economists Network (J-WEN)

(https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/77921380/JWEN/index.html)

J-WEN supports academic career for young women.

J-WEN is endorsed by the Japanese Economic Association (JAE).

Currently serving as the project leader of: gAnalysis on young and women economists in Japan: Current status and issuesh (2013-15), Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

 

Education

  Ph.D. (Economics), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994.

  M.S. (Economics), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992.

  B.A. (Economics), University of Tokyo, 1983

 

Professional Experience

Waseda University, Political Science and Economics (2001-current: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor)

University of Tsukuba, Policy and Planning Sciences (1995-2001: Research Associate, Assistant Professor)

Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Economics (1994-5: Research Associate)

 

Papers in English

gIntergenerational Mobility of Earnings in South Korea,h Journal of Asian Economics 27, 33-41 (2013).

gIntergenerational Mobility of Earnings and Income in Japan,h The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 9(1), Article 54 (2009)

gA Dynamic Model of Childbearing and Labor Force Participation of Married Women: Empirical Evidence from Korea and Japan,h Journal of Asian Economics 19(2), 170-180 (2008)

gA Dynamic Decision Model of Marriage, Childbearing, and Labor Force Participation of Women in Japan,h Japanese Economic Review@992(5), 825-874 (2007)

gIntrafamily Time Allocation of Housework: Evidence from Japan,h Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 19(1), 1-23 (2005)

gA Growth Model of "Miracle" in Korea,h Journal of Policy Modeling 22(1), 43-59@(2000)

gMeasuring Distortion in Capital Allocation: - the Case of Heavy and Chemical Industries in Korea -,h Journal of Policy Modeling 21(4), 427-452 (1999)

gOn the Determinants of Career Interruption by Childbirth among Married Women in Japan,h with Jiro Nakamura, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 13(1), 73-89 (1999)

 gCapital Allocation and Economic Growth in Korea,h unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wisconsin - Madison (1994)

 

Working papers in English

gIntergenerational Earnings Mobility in Taiwan,h (with Fengye Sun) Waseda University, Research in Contemporary Political and Economic Affairs, Working Paper Series No. 1306 (2013)

(http://www.waseda-pse.jp/ircpea/jp/publish/working-paper-e-series/)

gEducation and Intergenerational Earnings Transmission: The case of Japan and Korea,h Waseda University, Research in Contemporary Political and Economic Affairs, Working Paper Series No. 1305 (2013)

(http://www.waseda-pse.jp/ircpea/jp/publish/working-paper-e-series/)

gAn Analysis of Regional Business Cycles using Prefectural Composite Indexes in Japan,h (with Kazumi Asako and Takashi Onodera), Hitotsubashi University, IER Discussion Paper A.603 (2014)

 (http://www.ier.hit-u.ac.jp/Japanese/publication/dp2010.html)

 

Classes offered in English

(Graduate program) Applied micro-econometrics, Economic Data Analysis

(Undergraduate program) Basic Econometrics, Quantitative Approach for Political Economy