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Haruka YANE

Economist

Specialty:International Economics

Biography

2018 – 2019 Economist, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
2016 – 2018 Visiting Research Fellow, Osaka University
2013 – 2016 Osaka University, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Ph.D., September 2016
2011 – 2013 Osaka University, Osaka School of International Public Policy, M.A., March 2013
2005 – 2009 Sophia University, Faculty of Comparative Culture, B.A., Social Studies, September 2009. Magna Cum Laude
2007 – 2008 University of Virginia, One-year exchange program

Papers. etc.

Yane, H. (2018) “Trade in Intermediates and Final Products, Trade in Services and Goods: Implications of Differences in Their Determinants,” International Public Policy Studies Vol. 23, No. 1.
Yane, H. (2018) Changing Dynamics of Global Value Chains in the Asia Pacific Region. In Asia Pacific Institute of Research (APIR)’s Kansai and the Asia Pacific Economic Outlook 2017-18 (Chapter 1, Column A), pp. 28-40. Osaka, Japan: Maruzen Planet.
Yane, H. (2018) “Global Value Chains and Labor Markets,” Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science, pp. 1–24 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s41685-018-0091-3).
Yane, H. (2018) “The Effects of International Linkages on Labor Demand by Skill Group,” Discussion Papers in Economics and Business 18-06, Osaka University.
Yane, H. and S. Yane (2018) “The Impact of Environmental Factors on Parametric Stochastic Production Frontier: Application of SFA to Heterogeneous and Heteroskedastic Data of Japanese Water Utilities,” St. Andrew’s University Economic and Business Review, 59(4), 2-26.
Yane, H. (2012) “Prospects for Trade in Intermediates and Trade in Services: What Does the Gravity Model of Bilateral Trade Tell Us?” OSIPP Discussion Paper, DP-2013-E-002.
Yoshikawa, T., R. Isoai, H. Yane, and S. Yane (2012) “Stochastic Production Frontier and Environmental Variables: Applying the Technical Efficiency Effects Frontier Model to Japanese Drinking Water Utilities,” St. Andrew’s University Economic and Business Review, 53(4), 59-97.