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Horioka, C. Y.
Horioka, Charles Y.
Horioka, Charles Yuji
Horioka, Chāruzu Yūji
Yuji Horioka, Charles
Harvard University Affiliation (see also from)
Horioka, C. Y.
Horioka, Charles Y.
HORIOKA, CHARLES YUJI
Horioka, Charlet Yuji
Horioka, Yoon G. Lee & Charles Yuji
National Bureau of Economic Research
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
National Bureau of Economic Research Affiliation (see also from)
Osaka University / Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER)
School of Economics Affiliation (see also from)
Shakai-Keizai-Kenkyūsho Affiliation (see also from)
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Mass.)
Wakabayashi, Midori (1974-)
Yuji Horioka, C.
浜田, 浩児 (1955-)
`ARE THE JAPANESE SELFISH, ALTRUISTIC OR DYNASTIC?'
Adam Smith's answer to the Feldstein-Horioka Paradox: The invisible hand revisited
AGING AND SAVING IN ASIA
Aging, saving, and public pensions in japan
Aging, Savings, and Public Pensions in Japan
Are Americans more altruistic than the Japanese? a U.S.-Japan comparison of saving and bequest motives
Are Fast Court Proceedings Good or Bad ? : Evidence from Japanese Household Panel Data
Are Japanese Households Financially Healthy, and If So, Why? A Group of Seven (G7) Comparison
"Are the Japanese Selfish, Altruistic, or Dynastic?" (in Japanese)
Are the Japanese Unique? An Analysis of Consumption and Saving Behavior in Japan
Assessment of Consumption and Income Taxes in Japan, An
Borrowing constraints and consumption behavior in Japan
Capital Gains in Japan: Their Magnitude and Imact on Consumption.
Capital Gains in Japan: Their Magnitude and Impact on Consumption.
causes of Japan's `lost decade': The role of household consumption, The
CAUSES OF JAPAN'S `LOST DECADE', THE : THE ROLE OF HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
causes of Japan's 'Lost Decade' the role of household consumption, The
CAUSES OF JAPAN'S 'LOST DECADE', THE : THE ROLE OF HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
Cointegration Analysis of the Impact of the Age Structure of the Population on the Household Saving Rate in Japan., A
comment on Nishimura, Nakajima, and Kiyota's "Does the natural selection mechanism still work in severe recessions? c2007:, A
comment on Nishimura, Nakajima, and Kiyota's "Does the natural selection mechanism still work in severe recessions? examination of the japanese economy in the 1990s, A
CONSUMPTION AND SAVING IN POSTWAR JAPAN.
cost of marriages and marriage, The : related saving in Japan
degree of judicial enforcement and credit markets evidence from Japanese Household Panel Data, The
determinants and long-term projections of saving rates in developing Asia, The
determinants of household saving in China: a dynamic panel analysis of provincial data, The
Determinants of Japan's Household Saving Rate: A Cointegration Analysis., The
DETERMINANTS OF JAPAN'S SAVING RATE: THE IMPACT OF THE AGE STRUCTURE OF THE POPULATION AND OTHER FACTORS, THE
(dis)saving behavior of the aged in Japan, The
dissaving of the aged revisited: the case of Japan, The
DISSAVING OF THE AGED REVISITED, THE : THE CASE OF JAPAN
DISSAVING OF THE AGED REVISTED, THE : THE CASE OF JAPAN
Do bequests increase or decrease wealth inequalities?
Do borrowing constraints matter? an analysis of why the permanent income hypothesis does not apply in japan
Do the Aged Dissave in Japan? Evidence from Micro Data.
Do the Elderly Dissave in Japan?
Domestic Saving and International Capital Flows.
Domestic savings and internat. capital flows, 1979 (a.e.)
Domestic Savings and International Capital Flows, W.A. Mackintosh Lecture 1979
Flow of Household Funds in Japan, The
Future trends in Japan's saving rate and the implications thereof for Japan's external imbalance
Household saving in Japan : the importance of target saving for education and housing
Impact of Capital Gains on Household Consumption and Saving in Japan: A Cointegration Analysis., The
Impact of the Age structure of the Population on the Household Saving Rate in Japan, The : A Cointegration Analysis.
IMPORTANCE OF LIFE CYCLE SAVING IN JAPAN: A NOVEL ESTIMATION METHOD., THE
Is Japan's Household Saving Rate Really High? A Revision and Update.
Is the eldest son different? the residential choice of siblings in Japan
Japan's Consumption and Saving in International Perspective.
Japan's Public Pension System in the Twenty-First Century.
Japan's public pension system: what is wrong with it and how to fix it
Japan's public pension system: What's wrong with it and how to fix it
Kakei no shikin no nagare
Kyapitaru gein no kakei shōhi, chochiku ni ataeru eikyō
Kyōikuhi no tame no chochiku no jūyōsei ni tsuite, 1989:
Nichi-Bei kakei no chochiku kōdō, 1998:
Nichibei kakei no chochiku kōdō
Nihon ni okeru kazokunai no sedaikan iten ni tsuite
Nihon no chochikuritsu no kettei yōin to kongo no dōkō
Nihon no wakai josei no shūnyū, chochiku, kariire ni tsuite
On the relationship between housing purchase and household saving in Japan
political economy of international monetary interdependence, The
Recent Trends in Consumption in Japan and the Other Group of Seven (G7) Countries
Revitalizing the Japanese economy by socializing risk
Saving for housing purchase in Japan
Saving, IS balances, and U.S.-Japan trade and investment friction
Saving Motives in Japan.
Setainai bunpai to sedaikan iten no keizai bunseki
stagnation of household consumption in Japan presented at Venice Summer Institute, Workshop on Economic Stagnation in Japan, July 2003, The
Strength and Nature of Bequest Motives in the United States, The
Survey of Household Saving Behavior in Japan, A
Tax reform in Japan: The case of personal taxes
Tenure choice and housing demand in Japan
U.S.-Japan comparison of the importance and determinants of retirement saving, A
Why Do People Save? A Micro-Analysis of Motives for Household Saving in Japan.
Why is Japan's household saving rate so high? : a literature survey
Why is Japan's private saving rate so high?
Yōrō chochiku no jūyōdo ni tsuite
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