International Affiliates

MATSUDA Yasumasa

Matsuda Yasumasa

Professor of Economics

Affiliation: Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University

Email: yasumasa.matsuda.a4@tohoku.ac.jp

Website: http://db.tohoku.ac.jp/whois/e_detail/33a39b0950e753589a0f8d688130da3d.html

Research interests: Spatial statistics, time series analysis

Barry Reilly

Barry Reilly

Professor of Labor Economics & Econometrics

Affiliation: Department of Economics, University of Sussex, UK

Email: b.m.reilly@sussex.ac.uk

Website: https://profiles.sussex.ac.uk/p2216-barry-reilly

Research interests: Labor economics, Apllied economics, Econometrics, Banking, Finance and Investment, public health and health services

Chris Tilly

Chris Tilly

Professor of Labor Economics & Urban Planning

Affiliation: Luskin School of Public Affairs, University of California Los Angeles, USA

Email: tilly@ucla.edu

Website: http://luskin.ucla.edu/person/chris-tilly/

Research interests: labor markets, inequality, urban development, and public policies directed toward better jobs

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Peter F Orazem

Professor in Economics

Affiliation: Department of Economics, Iowa State University, USA

Email: pfo@iastate.edu

Website: https://www.econ.iastate.edu/people/peter-orazem

Research interests:Labor Economics, Development Economics, Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics

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Sheheryar Banuri

Associate Professor in Economics

Affiliation: School of Economics, University of East Angila, UK

Email: S.Banuri@uea.ac.uk

Website: https://people.uea.ac.uk/s_banuri

Research interests:Motivation and incentives of education and health workers, identity and cooperation in post-conflict areas, and the impact of information technologies on local public service delivery.

Jere R

Jere R. Behrman

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Economics

Affiliation: Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Email: jbehrman@econ.upenn.edu

Website: https://economics.sas.upenn.edu/people/jere-r-behrman

Area of interests: empirical microeconomics, labor economics, human resources (early childhood development, education, health, nutrition), project evaluation, economic demography, incentive systems and household behaviours