Hiroshi Teruyama is a professor at the Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University. His main fields of interest are macroeconomics, labor economics, and the Japanese economy. His recent research topic is the dual structure of the Japanese labor market.
Research themes: Macroeconomics and labor economics, redistribution of wealth, tax policy and the internal labor market in Japan
Collaboration with FFJ
Associate researcher of the Theme 1
Stays: June 2014, February 2016, September 2018, February 2019
Hiroshi Teruyama is associate researcher of the FFJ theme 1: Asian Capitalisms: Diversity and Institutional Change. He has been visiting researcher at FFJ in June 2014, February 2016, September 2018 and in February 2019. He wrote a Research Statement on “Japan’s labor market and the rise in unemployment since 1990” and a Discussion Papier with Yasuo Goto and Sébastien Lechevalier in the framework of the INCAS project: Firm-Level Labor Demand for and Macroeconomic Increases in Non-Regular Workers in Japan.
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Selection of publications
Alexander Hijzen, Ryo Kambayashi, Hiroshi Teruyama, Yuji Genda (2017), "Japanese Labour Market During the Global Financial Crisis and the Role of Non-Standard Work: A Micro Perspective," Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 38. , 125, 74-96.
Hiroshi Teruyama, Hiroyuki Toda (2017), "Polarization and Persistence in the Japanese Labor Market," KIER Discussion Paper 957.
Hiroshi Teruyama, Hiroyuki Toda (2017), "Wage Profiles in the Japanese Dual Labor Market," KIER Discussion Paper 961.