TABATA Ken

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Name
TABATA Ken
Affiliation
Kwansei Gakuin University
Section
School of Economics, 関西学院大学経済学部
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Doctor (Economics)(Osaka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2004
   
 
- Lecturer at Kobe City University of Foreign
 
 
   
 
Studies
 
2003
 - 
2004
Research Resident at Graduate school of
 
 
   
 
Osaka University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2003
Economic Theory, Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
 
 
 - 
1998
International Economics, Faculty of Economics, Yokohama National University
 

Published Papers

 
Takaaki Morimoto, Ken Tabata
Macroeconomic Dynamics      Jan 2019
© Cambridge University Press 2019. We examine how a subsidy policy for encouraging more individuals to pursue higher education affects economic growth in an overlapping generations model of R&D-based growth, including both product development and ...
Ken Ichi Hashimoto, Ken Tabata
Canadian Journal of Economics   49 707-737   May 2016
© 2016 Canadian Economics Association Employing an overlapping generations model of R&D-based growth with endogenous fertility and education decisions, we examine how demographic changes induced by an increase in life expectancy influence the long...
Ken Tabata
FinanzArchiv   71 385-406   Jan 2015
© 2015 Mohr Siebeck. This paper examines how pay-as-you-go (PAYG) pension reform from a defined-benefit scheme to a defined-contribution scheme affects economic growth in an overlapping- generations model with endogenous growth. We show that in ec...
Kohei Daido, Ken Tabata
Journal of Macroeconomics   38 330-346   Dec 2013
We develop a political economy model of growth to examine economic development led by the interactions between an economic decision concerning a firm's production technology (CRS vs. IRS technology) and a political decision concerning public infra...
Ken ichi Hashimoto, Ken Tabata
Journal of Population Economics   23 571-593   Jan 2010
This paper constructs a small open two-sector (health care and non-health care) overlapping generations model and investigates how changes in the demand for health care induced by population aging influence the economy's employment structure and p...

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Research Grants & Projects

 
Population Aging and Economic Growth