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INOUE Takeshi

INOUE Takeshi
South Asian Studies Group, Area Studies Center

Research Field:
Finance-Poverty Nexus, Financial Permeation, Empirical Analysis of Indian Economy

Education / Research Experience

Ph.D. in Economics, Kobe University, Japan, 2007
MSc in Economic Analysis and Policy, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 2004
M.A. in International Public Policy, Osaka University, Japan, 2002
B.A. in Economics, Keio University, Japan, 1997

Professional Career:
Associate Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies, 2006-
Administrative Officer, Japan International Cooperation Agency, 1997-2000

Major Works

Journal Articles
  • “How Has Financial Deepening Affected Poverty Reduction in India? Empirical Analysis Using State-Level Panel Data” (with Shigeyuki Hamori), Applied Financial Economics, vol.22, no.5, 2012, pp.395-408.
  • “An Empirical Analysis on the Efficiency of the Microfinance Investment Market” (with Shigeyuki Hamori), Economics Bulletin, vol.31, no.3, 2011, pp.2725-2735.
  • "The Causal Relationships in Mean and Variance between Stock Returns and Foreign Institutional Investment in India”, Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, vol.3, no.4, 2009, pp.319-337.
  • “What Explains Real and Nominal Exchange Rate Fluctuations? Evidence from SVAR Analysis for India” (with Shigeyuki Hamori), Economics Bulletin, vol.29, no.4, 2009, pp.2810-2822.
  • “An Empirical Analysis of the Money Demand Function in India” (with Shigeyuki Hamori), Economics Bulletin, vol.29, no.2, 2009, pp.1225-1246.
  • “The Determinants of Inflation Rate in Transition Countries -A Panel Data Analysis-”, Bulletin of the Japan Association for Comparative Economic Studies, vol.42, no.1, 2005, pp.15-23.
Articles in Books
Working Papers

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