|Kunio Urakawa||Last modified date：2021.06.19|
Professor / Fields in Economic Analysis and Policy / Department of Economic Engineering / Faculty of Economics
|1.||Ando, M. and Urakawa, K. (2020) "Income and housing poverty: Multidimensionality heterogeneity and nonlinearity".|
|2.||Kunio Urakawa, “Do the learning opportunities provided by university experiences affect preference for redistribution?- The case of Japan”, 日本経済学会（神戸大学）, 2019.10.|
|3.||Wen Li and Kunio Urakawa, “Do social norms overpower comparative advantage theory? A comparison of Japan and the U.S.”, 日本応用経済学会（南山大学）, 2019.06.|
|4.||Kunio Urakawa, "Income and housing poverty: Multidimensionality, heterogeneity and nonlinearity" , International Studies on Social Security (FISS), 26th International Research Seminar on Issues in Social Security, Sigtuna, Sweden, 2019.06.|
|5.||Kunio Urakawa, "Analysis of poverty of income and living time in Japan: An approach from estimation of CES well-being function", World Social Science Forum 2018 (Fukuoka Convention Center), 2018.09, [Abstract] Using panel data from the Japan Household Panel Survey (2011–2014), this study performed poverty analysis with attention to two dimensions: income and leisure time. We examined the substitutability and interdependent relationship of income and time via the estimation of CES-utility function. After the quantification, we estimated the gender gap and the socio-economic causes of interdependent multidimensional (IMD) poverty in Japan.
Empirical results obtained from this analysis found that single-female-parent households are particularly prone to experience simultaneously scarcity of time and income, and two-parent households having two or more preschool children had been underestimated through the conventional income-based poverty indicator, because they unable to provide minimally required housework and childcare services even by using their household income. In addition, academic background and job statuses also affect the risk of IMD poverty.
This study contributes to find severe poverty situations and suggest the increasing necessity for further employment support for single parents and childcare support for households in which both parents work outside in Japan..
|6.||Kunio Urakawa, "Family environment perception during childhood affects “capability for work” and subjective well-being", Human Development & Capability Association 2016 Conference (Hitotsubashi University), 2016.09.|
|7.||浦川 邦夫, Masrul ALAM, "Empirical analysis of Socioeconomic factors affecting sports activity in the US, France & Japan", 日本応用経済学会 (広島大学), 2016.06.|
|8.||浦川 邦夫, Masrul ALAM, "The relationship between self-rated health and daily activities of workers: comparison across three countries, US, France, Japan", EASP (East Asian Social Policy) [東アジア社会政策学会], 2015.07.|
|9.||浦川 邦夫, Wei WANG, "The impact of multidimensional poverty on health indicators in Japan: income, education, lifetime and social inclusion", EASP (East Asian Social Policy) [東アジア社会政策学会], 2015.07.|
|10.||浦川 邦夫, 姉川恭子, "Government subsidy effects on private university management in Japan: A quantile regression analysis", EASP (East Asian Social Policy) [東アジア社会政策学会], 2015.07.|
|11.||Tadashi Yagi, Kunio Urakawa, Katsuhiko Yonezaki, "Happiness and Employment Status", Comparative Study on Happiness (EHESS), 2014.10.|
|12.||Tadashi Yagi, Kunio Urakawa, "The Effect of Changing Employment Status on Happiness", Comparative Study on Happiness, 2014.03.|
|13.||Kunio Urakawa, "The role of capability for work on subjective well-being: labor satisfaction, self-rated health and subjective poverty", The International Conference on Social Stratification and Health, 2013.09.|
|14.||Choice Modeling Approach to Evaluation of Public Health Insurance System in Japan, [URL].|
|15.||Sense of coherence as a mediator between perceived neighborhood characteristics and health.|
|16.||The choice modeling approach to the evaluation of public health insurance system in Japan.|
|17.||Kunio Urakawa, "The Impact of Migration on Earnings in Japan: Empirical Evidence from Japanese Working People," Japan Association for Applied Economics, 2009, Spring, Nagoya University.
|18.||Kunio Urakawa, "The Welfare Impact of Marginal Consumption Tax Reforms on Young Households in Japan,” Kansai Labour Workshop, 2009, Kansai Economic Federation..|
|19.||Kunio Urakawa, “Comparing Marginal Commodity Tax Reforms in Japan and Korea,” Japan Association for Applied Economics, 2008, spring, Kumamoto Gakuen University..|
|20.||Toshiaki Tachibanaki and Kunio Urakawa, "The Discrepancy between the Desire of Working and the Reality for Elderly," Policies in order to increase the labor supply of both aged and female persons, International Collaboration Project 2007 (Economic and Social Research Institute), 2008, Todohuken-Hall..|
|21.||Toshiaki Tachibanaki and Kunio Urakawa, "The Effect of Changes in Family Structures on Intergenerational Transfer of Inequality in Japan,” International Collaboration Project 2006, Inequalization Trend and Policy Options in Japan (Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan), 2007, Todofuken-Hall..|