KOICHI MIYAZAKI

Last Updated :2021/05/11

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor
E-mail
komiyahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
I have been working on the effects of social security on fertility rate and labor supply of old people theoretically. Recently, I am interested in research on how families affect macroeconomy.

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • Pennsylvania State University, Department of Economics, USA, 2005, 2010
  • University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics, 2003, 2008
  • University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics, 2001, 2003
  • University of Tokyo, Department of Economics, 1997, 2001

Educational Activity

  • 【Bachelor Degree Program】School of Economics : Economics
  • 【Master's Program】Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences : Division of Humanities and Social Sciences : Economics Program
  • 【Doctoral Program】Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences : Division of Humanities and Social Sciences : Economics Program

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2021, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Contemporary Economic Issues I
  2. 2021, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Introductory Seminar for First-Year Students
  3. 2021, Undergraduate Education, Year, Seminar
  4. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Macroeconomics 1
  5. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Macroeconomics 2
  6. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Humanities and Social Sciences and Society
  7. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Humanities and Social Sciences and Society
  8. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Macroeconomic Analysis

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Labor productivity, labor supply of the old, and economic growth, Economics Bulletin, 40(1), 277-285, 2020
  2. ★, Optimal pay-as-you-go social security with endogenous retirement, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 23(2), 870-887, 2019
  3. Fertility and labor supply of the old with pay-as-you-go pension and child allowances, The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (Advances), 18(1), 2018
  4. ★, The effects of the raising-the-official-pension-age policy in an overlapping generations economy, Economics Letters, 123(3), 329-332, 2014
  5. Efficiency and lack of commitment in an overlapping generations model with endowment shocks, Japanese Economic Review, 65(4), 499-520, 2014
  6. ★, Pay-as-you-go social security and endogenous fertility in a neoclassical growth model, Journal of Population Economics, 26(3), 1233-1250, 2013
  7. ★, Role of linking mechanisms in multitask agency with hidden information, Journal of Economic Theory, 145(6), 2241-2259, 2010

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Why don't parental leave policies supply full insurance to workers who take parental leave?, 2019, With Invitation, Japanese
  2. Optimal paid parental leave policy without commitment, 2018, With Invitation, Japanese
  3. Benefits of borrowing constrains in an endogenous growth model, 2017 Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society, 2017, Without Invitation, English, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  4. Optimal paid parental leave policy with limited commitment, 2017, With Invitation, Japanese
  5. Fertility and labor supply of the old with pay-as-you-go pension and child allowances, Hung-Ju Chen, 2016 Taipei International Conference on Growth, Trade and Dynamics, 2016, Without Invitation, English, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  6. Optimal pay-as-you-go social security with endogenous retirement, GRIPS Policy Modeling Workshop, 2016, With Invitation, Japanese, GRIPS