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Mar-2019 Okamuro, Hiroyuki; Nishimura, Junichi Effects of multilevel policy mix of public R&D subsidies: Empirical evidence from Japanese local SMEs - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 70
Mar-2019 Obara, Takuya; Tsugawa, Shuichi; Managi, Shunsuke Envy-free Pricing for Impure Public Good - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 69
Jun-2018 OBARA, Takuya Optimal human capital policies under the endogenous choice of educational types - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 66_v2
Mar-2018 OKAMURO, Hiroyuki; NISHIMURA, Junichi What Shapes Local Innovation Policies? Empirical Evidence from Japanese Cities - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 68
Sep-2017 LIEDTKE, Rainer A European City? The Making of Modern Athens, 1830‐1970 - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 67
Aug-2017 OBARA, Takuya Optimal human capital policies under the endogenous choice of educational types - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 66
Apr-2017 OKAMURO, Hiroyuki; IKEUCHI, Kenta; MATSUDA, Naoko; TSUCHIYA, Ryuichiro Who wishes to be an entrepreneur and who prepares for that? : Evidence from statistical micro data in Japan over 30 years - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 65
Dec-2016 OBARA, Takuya Differential Income Taxation and Tiebout Sorting - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 64_v2
May-2016 OBARA, Takuya The optimal differentiated income taxation for groups categorized based on benefits from public goods - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 64
Mar-2016 LENGER, Friedrich; 森, 宜人 近代のメトロポリスを定義する : 19世紀中葉~20世紀中葉の万国博覧会を手がかりに - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 63
Dec-2015 OKAMURO, Hiroyuki; KATO, Masatoshi Determinants of Quantitative and Qualitative Employment Growth: A Comparison between R&D-oriented and Other Start-ups in Japan - CCES Discussion Paper Series ; No. 62
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