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Izumi Yokoyama
Izumi Yokoyama
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What the COVID-19 school closure left in its wake: Evidence from a regression discontinuity analysis in Japan
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Journal of public economics 195, 104364, 2021
892021
Wage distribution in Japan, 1989–2003
R Kambayashi, D Kawaguchi, I Yokoyama
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 41 (4), 1329-1350, 2008
882008
Has Japan's long-term employment practice survived? Developments since the 1990s
S Shimizutani, I Yokoyama
ILR Review 62 (3), 313-326, 2009
642009
Labor market responses to legal work hour reduction: Evidence from Japan
D Kawaguchi, H Naitō, I Yokoyama, N Kenkyūjo
Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, 2008
492008
Deferred compensation: evidence from employer-employee matched data from Japan
K Fukao, R Kambayashi, D Kawaguchi, HU Kwon, YG Kim, I Yokoyama
Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, 2006
332006
Employment adjustments of regular and non-regular workers to exogenous shocks: evidence from exchange-rate fluctuation
I Yokoyama, K Higa, D Kawaguchi
ILR Review 74 (2), 470-510, 2021
302021
Assessing the effects of reducing standard hours: Regression discontinuity evidence from Japan
D Kawaguchi, H Naito, I Yokoyama
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 43, 59-76, 2017
202017
What school closure left in its wake: contrasting evidence between parents and children from the first COVID-19 outbreak
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Available at SSRN 3693484, 2020
162020
Are Wage‐tenure Profiles Steeper than Productivity‐tenure Profiles?―Evidence from Japanese Establishment Data from the Census of Manufacturers and the Basic Survey Wage …
D Kawaguchi, HU Kwon, S Shimizutani, K Fukao, T Makino, I Yokoyama, ...
Economic Review 58 (1), 61-90, 2007
162007
How the tax reform on the special exemption for spouse affected the work-hour distribution
I Yokoyama
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 49, 69-84, 2018
142018
The effect of exchange rate fluctuations on employment in a segmented labor market
I Yokoyama, K Higa, D Kawaguchi
RIETI, 2015
132015
The labour market effects of increases in social insurance premium: Evidence from Japan
N Kodama, I Yokoyama
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 80 (5), 992-1019, 2018
122018
Why do wages become more rigid during a recession than during a boom?
I Yokoyama
IZA Journal of Labor Economics 3, 1-23, 2014
92014
Effects of state-sponsored human capital investment on the selection of training type
I Yokoyama, N Kodama, Y Higuchi
Japan and The World Economy 49, 40-49, 2019
82019
What happened to wage Inequality in Japan during the last 25 years?: Evidence from the FFL decomposition method
I Yokoyama, N Kodama, Y Higuchi
RIETI, 2016
72016
Has Japan's Long-term Employment Practice Survived?: New Evidence Emerging Since the 1990s
S Shimizutani, I Yokoyama
Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, 2006
72006
A late phase II study of FK506 (Tacrolimus) on kidney transplantation
K Fukao, T Ochiai, K Takahashi, T Endo, I Yokoyama, K Uchida, S Oshima, ...
Jps. J. Transplantation 29, 614-631, 1994
71994
Women’s Labor Supply and Taxation—Analysis of the Current Situation Using Data—
I Yokoyama, N Kodama
Public Policy Review 14 (2), 267-300, 2018
52018
A phase III comparative study of FK506 (tacrolimus) on kidney transplantation: comparison with ciclosporin based immunosuppressant regimen
T Ochiai, K Fukao, K Takahashi, T Endo, S Oshima, I Yokoyama, K Uchida, ...
Jpn J Transplant 29 (6), 650, 1995
51995
The financial health of “swing hospitals” during the first COVID-19 outbreak
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Journal of the Japanese and international economies 65, 101218, 2022
42022
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