The New School for Social Research
Yuki Tada is a Ph.D. Economics candidate at The New School for Social Research in the U.S. and expects to graduate in May 2023. She is also a member of the post-Keynesian Economics Society (PKES). Her research area includes macroeconomic growth and distribution, macro-financial policies, and the comparative political economy of Japan, US., and Europe. She has worked on the project of 1) financial instability and growth theory with a stock-flow consistent modeling approach, 2) countercyclical fiscal policy and monetary policy, and 3) the comparative political economy of financialization in the US. and Japan. These are projects she worked on during her doctoral study. The upcoming research plan is to continue comparative political economy analysis and study the diversity of capitalism and the role of institutions and its policy. Specifically, she would also like to expand her research field to industrial policy and the role of government infrastructural investment in the care sector to show how it can endorse sustainable growth through gender income distribution.
Research themes: Post-Keynesian growth theories, stock-flow consistent macro-modeling, growth and distribution, Minsky Financial Instability Hypothesis, Comparative political economy
Collaboration with FFJ
2023 Visiting researcher
Stay: February 2023 - July 2023
Yuki Tada is visiting researcher at FFJ in the framework of the Theme 1: Asian Capitalisms: Diversity and Institutional Change. During her stay, she will continue to work on her thesis, with a focus on comparative political economy analysis and study the diversity of capitalism and the role of institutions and its policy.
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