Singapore Economic Review Conference 2022

Singapore

All times below are in GMT+8

 
August 1, 2022
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
09:00 to 11:15Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 1 GOH Address and Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?
 
 
11:15 to 11:45Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Morning Tea
 
 
11:45 to 13:05Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 2 EGC Plenary: Conflicts and their impacts on the SEA Economies
 
 
13:05 to 14:05Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Lunch
 
 
14:05 to 15:05see below Special Distinguished/Invited Sessions, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
15:10 to 16:20see below Parallel 1, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
16:20 to 16:50Foyer/Meeting Point, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Afternoon Tea
 
 
16:50 to 18:20see below Parallel 2, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
19:30 to 22:00Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Conference Dinner
 
 
 
August 2, 2022
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 10:00see below Parallel 3, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
10:00 to 10:30Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Morning Tea
 
 
10:30 to 12:10Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 3 MAS Plenary on Financial and Monetary Economics
 
 
12:10 to 13:10Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Lunch
 
 
13:10 to 14:30Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 4 KEA 70th Anniversary Plenary: Challenges for Sustainable Growth of Korea and the World Economy
 
 
14:40 to 16:10see below Parallel 4, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
16:10 to 16:40Foyer/Meeting Point, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Afternoon Tea
 
 
16:40 to 18:10see below Parallel 5, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
 
August 3, 2022
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 10:00see below Parallel 6, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
10:20 to 11:20Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 5a ADBI Book Launch Tea Reception "Fintech and COVID-19: Impacts, Challenges and Priorities for Asia"
 
 
11:20 to 12:50Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 5b ADBI Plenary: COVID-19 Impacts and Economic Resilience in Asia
 
 
12:50 to 13:50Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Lunch
 
 
13:50 to 15:10Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Plenary 6 NUS NAI Plenary: Work, Retirement and Health (Including Caregiving)
 
 
15:10 to 16:20Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Afternoon Tea + Editors' Tea Reception (Q&A on publishing)
 
 
16:30 to 17:40see below Parallel 7, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 
17:45 to 18:55see below Parallel 8, Breakout Rooms, Level 8
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Plenary 1 GOH Address and Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 09:00 to 11:15
 
Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Morning Tea
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 11:15 to 11:45
 
Morning Tea

Plenary 2 EGC Plenary: Conflicts and their impacts on the SEA Economies
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 11:45 to 13:05
 
Economic Growth Centre (EGC) Plenary Session: Conflicts and their impacts on the..., Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Lunch
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 13:05 to 14:05
 
Lunch

Special Distinguished/Invited Sessions
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
 
Special 1.1: Crypto and A.I., Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Special 1.2: Environmental, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Special 1.3: Econometrics, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Special 1.4: Singapore Economy, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Special 1.5: Behavioral, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Parallel 1
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
 
Labor II, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Microeconomics I, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Behavioral I - Individual Decision, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Energy I, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Financial I - Banking, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Afternoon Tea
Location: Foyer/Meeting Point, Level 8 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 16:20 to 16:50
 
Afternoon Tea

Parallel 2
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
 
Econometrics I, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Pandemic II, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Macroeconomics V: Mixed markets and the interface of private and public firms, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Industrial Organization I, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Environmental I, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Conference Dinner
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 1, 2022 19:30 to 22:00
 
Conference Dinner

Parallel 3
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 2, 2022 08:30 to 10:00
 
Asian II, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Development I, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Macroeconomics II - Inequality, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
International I - International Finance, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Financial II - Corporate Finance, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Education I, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Morning Tea
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 2, 2022 10:00 to 10:30
 
Morning Tea

Plenary 3 MAS Plenary on Financial and Monetary Economics
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 2, 2022 10:30 to 12:10
 
Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Plenary: Financial/Monetary Economics, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Lunch
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 2, 2022 12:10 to 13:10
 
Lunch

Plenary 4 KEA 70th Anniversary Plenary: Challenges for Sustainable Growth of Korea and the World Economy
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 2, 2022 13:10 to 14:30
 
Korean Economic Association (KEA) 70th Anniversary Plenary, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Parallel 4
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
 
Labor I, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Macroeconomics I - Monetary, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Urban I - Housing, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Development II, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Asian I, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Afternoon Tea
Location: Foyer/Meeting Point, Level 8 Orchard Wing
August 2, 2022 16:10 to 16:40
 
Afternoon Tea

Parallel 5
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
 
Econometrics III, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Education II, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Financial III - Stock Market, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Macroeconomics III - Inequality, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Well-being and happiness, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
Public II - Taxation, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Parallel 6
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 3, 2022 08:30 to 10:00
 
Economic History I, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
International II - Trade, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Labor IV - Gender & Culture, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Political I, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Public I - Fiscal, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Plenary 5a ADBI Book Launch Tea Reception "Fintech and COVID-19: Impacts, Challenges and Priorities for Asia"
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 3, 2022 10:20 to 11:20
 
Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Book Launch, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Plenary 5b ADBI Plenary: COVID-19 Impacts and Economic Resilience in Asia
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 3, 2022 11:20 to 12:50
 
Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Plenary, Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Lunch
Location: Grand Ballroom 3, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 3, 2022 12:50 to 13:50
 
Lunch

Plenary 6 NUS NAI Plenary: Work, Retirement and Health (Including Caregiving)
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 3, 2022 13:50 to 15:10
 
NUS Next Age Institute (NAI) Plenary: Work, Retirement and Health (Including Car..., Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Afternoon Tea + Editors' Tea Reception (Q&A on publishing)
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
August 3, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
 
Editors' Tea Reception (Q&A on Publishing), Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

Parallel 7
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
 
Asian III, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Behavioral III - Finance, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Econometrics II, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Labor V, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Financial IV, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

Parallel 8
Locations: click on each session to see location
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
 
Behavioral II - Group Behavior, Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Labor III - Ageing, Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Macroeconomics IV - Growth, Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Pandemic I, Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
Technology I, Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeTypeTitle/LocationPapers
1August 1, 2022
9:00-11:15
plenary Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

1
2August 1, 2022
11:45-13:05
plenary Economic Growth Centre (EGC) Plenary Session: Conflicts and their impacts on the SEA Economies

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

3
3August 1, 2022
14:05-15:05
invited Special 1.1: Crypto and A.I.

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
4August 1, 2022
14:05-15:05
invited Special 1.2: Environmental

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
5August 1, 2022
14:05-15:05
invited Special 1.3: Econometrics

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
6August 1, 2022
14:05-15:05
invited Special 1.4: Singapore Economy

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
7August 1, 2022
14:05-15:05
invited Special 1.5: Behavioral

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
8August 1, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Labor II

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
9August 1, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Microeconomics I

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
10August 1, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Behavioral I - Individual Decision

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
11August 1, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Energy I

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
12August 1, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Financial I - Banking

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
13August 1, 2022
16:50-18:20
invited Econometrics I

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
14August 1, 2022
16:50-18:20
invited Pandemic II

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
15August 1, 2022
16:50-18:20
contributed Macroeconomics V: Mixed markets and the interface of private and public firms

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
16August 1, 2022
16:50-18:20
invited Industrial Organization I

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
17August 1, 2022
16:50-18:20
invited Environmental I

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
18August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Asian II

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
19August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Development I

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
20August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Macroeconomics II - Inequality

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
21August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited International I - International Finance

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
22August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Financial II - Corporate Finance

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

4
23August 2, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Education I

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
24August 2, 2022
10:30-12:10
plenary Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Plenary: Financial/Monetary Economics

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

3
25August 2, 2022
13:10-14:30
plenary Korean Economic Association (KEA) 70th Anniversary Plenary

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

4
26August 2, 2022
14:40-16:10
invited Labor I

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
27August 2, 2022
14:40-16:10
invited Macroeconomics I - Monetary

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
28August 2, 2022
14:40-16:10
invited Urban I - Housing

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
29August 2, 2022
14:40-16:10
invited Development II

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
30August 2, 2022
14:40-16:10
invited Asian I

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
31August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Econometrics III

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
32August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Education II

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
33August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Financial III - Stock Market

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
34August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Macroeconomics III - Inequality

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
35August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Well-being and happiness

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

4
36August 2, 2022
16:40-18:10
invited Public II - Taxation

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
37August 3, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Economic History I

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
38August 3, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited International II - Trade

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
39August 3, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Labor IV - Gender & Culture

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
40August 3, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Political I

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
41August 3, 2022
8:30-10:00
invited Public I - Fiscal

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

4
42August 3, 2022
10:20-11:20
invited Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Book Launch

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

3
43August 3, 2022
11:20-12:50
plenary Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Plenary

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

4
44August 3, 2022
13:50-15:10
plenary NUS Next Age Institute (NAI) Plenary: Work, Retirement and Health (Including Caregiving)

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

3
45August 3, 2022
15:10-16:20
invited Editors' Tea Reception (Q&A on Publishing)

    Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing

0
46August 3, 2022
16:30-17:40
invited Asian III

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
47August 3, 2022
16:30-17:40
invited Behavioral III - Finance

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
48August 3, 2022
16:30-17:40
invited Econometrics II

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
49August 3, 2022
16:30-17:40
invited Labor V

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
50August 3, 2022
16:30-17:40
invited Financial IV

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
51August 3, 2022
17:45-18:55
invited Behavioral II - Group Behavior

    Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
52August 3, 2022
17:45-18:55
invited Labor III - Ageing

    Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
53August 3, 2022
17:45-18:55
invited Macroeconomics IV - Growth

    Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

2
54August 3, 2022
17:45-18:55
invited Pandemic I

    Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
55August 3, 2022
17:45-18:55
invited Technology I

    Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing

3
 

55 sessions, 172 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

Singapore Economic Review Conference 2022

Detailed List of Sessions

 
 
Session 1: Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?
August 1, 2022 9:00 to 11:15
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Euston Quah, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: plenary
 

1. Opening Plenary - Post-Pandemic World: What can we say about it?
[slides]
By Euston Quah; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Danny Quah, National University of Singapore
                         Daniel Houser, George Mason University
                         Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University
                         Kong Yam​ Tan, Nanyang Technological University
                         K.S. Jomo, Khazanah Research Institute
 
Session 2: Economic Growth Centre (EGC) Plenary Session: Conflicts and their impacts on the SEA Economies
August 1, 2022 11:45 to 13:05
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University
Session type: plenary
 

1. War, Sanctions and Stagflation
[slides]
By K.S. Jomo; Khazanah Research Institute
   presented by: K.S. Jomo, Khazanah Research Institute
 

2. The Economics of Conflict and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific
[slides]
By Michael G. Plummer; Johns Hopkins University
   presented by: Michael G. Plummer, Johns Hopkins University
 

3. The Economic Implications of Cold War 2.0 for Southeast Asia
By Wing Thye Woo; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Wing Thye Woo, University of California, Davis
 
Session 3: Special 1.1: Crypto and A.I.
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Wolfgang Karl Hädle, Center for Applied Statistics & Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Session type: invited
 

1. Digitalizing beauty: On NFT art and its price
By Min-Bin Lin; Humboldt University of Berlin
   presented by: Min-Bin Lin, Humboldt University of Berlin
 

2. 代 DAI a Digital Art Index
By Wolfgang Karl Hädle; Center for Applied Statistics & Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
   presented by: Wolfgang Karl Hädle, Center for Applied Statistics & Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 
Session 4: Special 1.2: Environmental
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Andrew Rose, National University of Singapore
Session type: invited
 

1. Transboundary fire and haze negotiations and local capture
By Ridwan Rusli; Cologne University of Applied Sciences
   presented by: Ridwan Rusli, Cologne University of Applied Sciences
 

2. Border Carbon Adjusments: Will they work?
By Partha Sen; Delhi School of Economics
   presented by: Partha Sen, Delhi School of Economics
 
Session 5: Special 1.3: Econometrics
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Wenjie Wang, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Factor-Augmented Nonstationary Panels with Multiple Structural Changes
By Badi Baltagi; Syracuse University
Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wei Wang; Shandong University
   presented by: Qu Feng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 

2. Statistical inference for low dimensional parameters in the presence of high dimensional covariates
By HSIAO Cheng; University of Southern California
   presented by: HSIAO Cheng, University of Southern California
 
Session 6: Special 1.4: Singapore Economy
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Soo Ann Lee, National University of Singapore
Session type: invited
 

1. The Erosion of Social Cohesion: Income Inequality, Social Immobility
By Danny Quah; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Danny Quah, National University of Singapore
 

2. The theoretical foundation of Singapore’s game-changing high-wage economic restructuring policy
[slides]
By Chong Yah Lim; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Chong Yah Lim, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 7: Special 1.5: Behavioral
August 1, 2022 14:05 to 15:05
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Nattavudh Powdthavee, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Norm Obedience Reduces Women's Competitiveness
By Daniel Houser; George Mason University
   presented by: Daniel Houser, George Mason University
 

2. Everything you knew about Loss Aversion is Wrong
By Erik Snowberg; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Erik Snowberg, University of British Columbia
 
Session 8: Labor II
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Tai-Sen He, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Racial discrimination and favoritism under competition
By Liu Haodan; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Liu Haodan, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Effects of admitting immigrants -Through the school and the pension systems-
By Masatoshi Jinno; Nanzan University
Masaya Yasuoka; Kwansei Gakuin University
   presented by: Masatoshi Jinno, Nanzan University
 

3. Foreign Competition, Skill Premium, and Product Quality: Impact of Chinese Competition on Mexican Plants
By Thi Hang Banh; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Thi Hang Banh, National University of Singapore
 
Session 9: Microeconomics I
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Weihong Huang, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Multidimensional Learning, Optimal Contract, and On-the-job Search
By Ji-Woong Moon; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Ji-Woong Moon, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

2. The Optimal Information Disclosure under Ambiguous Mechanisms.
By Dongri Liu; National University of Singapore
Ruohan Lyu; University of Wisconsin–Madison
Jianhu Zhang; Shandong University
   presented by: Ruohan Lyu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
 

3. Freight on Public Transport: A Micro-economic Perspective
By Bohao Ma; Nanyang Technological University
Hongyang Du; Nanyang Technological University
Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Bohao Ma, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 10: Behavioral I - Individual Decision
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Yohanes Riyanto, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Distributional Preferences Explain Behaviors in Various Social Games across Gender and Culture: A Large Scale Experiment
By Zhen Lei; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Zhen Lei, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

2. How do humans respond to huge and unrecoverable financial losses?
By Redzo Mujcic; Warwick Business School
Nattavudh Powdthavee; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Nattavudh Powdthavee, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Consumption Response to Stimulus Payments: The Power of Mental Accounting
By Marc K. Chan; University of Melbourne
Kamhon Kan; Academia Sinica
   presented by: Kamhon Kan, Academia Sinica
 
Session 11: Energy I
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Soo Keong Yong, University of Waikato
Session type: invited
 

1. Oil price shocks and the zero lower bound
[slides]
By Irfan Qureshi; Asian Development Bank
Naafey Sardar; State Bank of Pakistan
   presented by: Irfan Qureshi, Asian Development Bank
 

2. Impact of Electricity on Economic Development of Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar: Macroeconomic Perspective
[slides]
By Zeya Mon; Zeya & Associates/ SUSS
   presented by: Zeya Mon, Zeya & Associates/ SUSS
 

3. Public infrastructure development and energy consumption: A study on the Indian transport sector
By MOHAMMED P; University of Hyderabad
Krishna Chittedi; University of Hyderabad
   presented by: MOHAMMED P, University of Hyderabad
 
Session 12: Financial I - Banking
August 1, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Lawrence Choo, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Session type: invited
 

1. Swap Volatility and Systemic Risk in Hong Kong Banking: A Machine Learning Approach
By Paul McNelis; Fordham University
   presented by: Paul McNelis, Fordham University
 

2. Interregional Flow of Funds in Japan via Loans and Deposits of Financial Institutions, and its Determinants
By Iichiro UESUGI; Hitotsubashi University
Kazuki Hiraga; Nagoya City University
Masashi Manabe; Kaetsu University
Naoyuki Yoshino; Keio University
   presented by: Kazuki Hiraga, Nagoya City University
 

3. Impact of Information and Communication Technology on the Southeast Asian Banking Sector
By Duy Pham; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
Khoa Duong; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
   presented by: Duy Pham, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
                         Khoa Duong, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
 
Session 13: Econometrics I
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: HSIAO Cheng, University of Southern California
Session type: invited
 

1. Tail Risk and Expectations
By Yeow Hwee Chua; Nanyang Technological University
Zu Yao Hong; University of Maryland, College Park
   presented by: Yeow Hwee Chua, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Large Network Autoregressions with Unknown Adjacency Matrix
By Kenwin Maung; University of Rochester
   presented by: Kenwin Maung, University of Rochester
 

3. A cross-sectional analysis of individual goods inflation rates
By Bingxin Xing; ESSEC Business School
Bruno Feunou; Bank of Canada
Roméo Tédongap; ESSEC Business School
   presented by: Bingxin Xing, ESSEC Business School
 
Session 14: Pandemic II
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Eik Swee, University of Melbourne
Session type: invited
 

1. Impact of Travel Bubbles: Cooperative Travel Arrangements in a Pandemic
By Taojun Xie; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Taojun Xie, National University of Singapore
 

2. Impact of Product and Process Adoption Strategies on Business Expectations: Evidence from India during the Pandemic
By Bornali Bhandari; National Council of Applied Economic Research
   presented by: Bornali Bhandari, National Council of Applied Economic Research
 

3. Longitudinal Study of the Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Mental Health in the US
By Anusua Datta; Thomas Jefferson University
   presented by: Anusua Datta, Thomas Jefferson University
 
Session 15: Macroeconomics V: Mixed markets and the interface of private and public firms
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Joanna Poyago-Theotoky, Australian National University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Environmental Policy with Licensing in a Mixed Oligopoly
By Joanna Poyago-Theotoky; Australian National University
Yingyi Tsai; National University of Kaohsiung
   presented by: Yingyi Tsai, National University of Kaohsiung
 

2. Partial passive ownership and the role of public enterprise in a mixed upstream market
By Lili Xu; Dalian Maritime l University
Sang-Ho Lee; Chonnam National University
   presented by: Sang-Ho Lee, Chonnam National University
 

3. Capital Accumulation in a Dynamic Model of Mixed Duopoly
By Kun Yan; University of Oxford
Stuart McDonald; University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Joanna Poyago-Theotoky; Australian National University
   presented by: Joanna Poyago-Theotoky, Australian National University
 
Session 16: Industrial Organization I
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jonathan Yeo, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Endogenous Organizational Restructuring: Status, Productivity & Meritocratic Dynamics
By Ashutosh Thakur; National University of Singapore
Jonathan Bendor; Stanford University
   presented by: Ashutosh Thakur, National University of Singapore
 

2. Deregulation: Why we should sometimes welcome even scammers
By Asuka Oura; Daito Bunka University
   presented by: Asuka Oura, Daito Bunka University
 

3. Mergers and Innovation Portfolios
By Saish Nevrekar; University of Zurich
   presented by: Saish Nevrekar, University of Zurich
 

4. Ageing, gender and health care utilisation: evidence from rural South Africa
By Ronald Donato; University of South Australia
Ilke Onur; Flinders University
John Wilson; University of South Australia
   presented by: Ilke Onur, Flinders University
 
Session 17: Environmental I
August 1, 2022 16:50 to 18:20
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Cheng Keat Tang, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Exploratory quantitative analyses and correlations of environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating scores for Singapore companies
By C Yin; University of Newcastle
M Tham; SIT
   presented by: C Yin, University of Newcastle
 

2. Environmental & Health Impacts of Coal-fired Power Plant Closures: Evidence from China
By Cheng Keat Tang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Cheng Keat Tang, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Management Practices and Fuel Efficiency: Evidence from Chinese Firms
By Soo Keong Yong; University of Waikato
   presented by: Soo Keong Yong, University of Waikato
 
Session 18: Asian II
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Takatoshi Ito, Columbia University
Session type: invited
 

1. Impact of U.S.-China Conflict and Strengthening Export Control on Japanese Exports
By Keiko Ito; Chiba University
Kazunobu Hayakawa; Institute of Developing Economies
Kyoji Fukao; Hitotsubashi University
Ivan Deseatnicov; National Research University Higher School
   presented by: Keiko Ito, Chiba University
                         Kazunobu Hayakawa, Institute of Developing Economies
 

2. The influence of the renminbi and its macroeconomic determinants : A new Chinese monetary order in Asia?
By Benjamin Keddad; Paris School of Business
Kiyotaka Sato; Yokohama National University
   presented by: Benjamin Keddad, Paris School of Business
 

3. Research on the Impact of Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) and Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS) on Vietnam's Export of Seafood and Cereals
[slides]
By Hai Anh Do; Foreign Trade University
Hong Son Ngo; Foreign Trade University
Ba Thai Duy Nguyen; Foreign Trade University
Thien An Nguyen; Foreign Trade University
Thu Phuong Nguyen; Foreign Trade University
   presented by: Hai Anh Do, Foreign Trade University
                         Thien An Nguyen, Foreign Trade University
 

4. The relationship between market structure and efficiency: Evidence from Vietnamese banks
By Huong Le; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
Binh Nguyen; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
   presented by: Huong Le, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
                         Binh Nguyen, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH)
 
Session 19: Development I
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Zhen Lei, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Session type: invited
 

1. Leading without Controlling: Initial Access Points for Development of Entrepreneurial Communities in Frontier Markets
By Daniel Dart; London School of Economics | Dart Capital & Co.
Ryan Mitchell; London School of Economics
   presented by: Ryan Mitchell, London School of Economics
 

2. Migrants and Consumer Financial Fraud in China: Evidence from a Representative Household Survey
[slides]
By Zhou Yu; University of Utah
Jessie Fan; University of Utah
   presented by: Jessie Fan, University of Utah
 

3. Implications of adopting water policy and caste on Multidimensional poverty: Evidence from household-level data in India
By Suchitra Pandey; Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
   presented by: Suchitra Pandey, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
 

4. Impact of the Interest Rate Ceiling on Credit Cost, Loan Size, and Informal Credit in the Microfinance Sector: Evidence from a Household Survey in Cambodia
By Sovannroeun Samreth; Saitama University
Daiju Aiba; JICA Ogata Research Institute
Sothearoath Oeur; Credit Bureau Cambodia
Vanndy Vat; Credit Bureau Cambodia
   presented by: Sovannroeun Samreth, Saitama University
 
Session 20: Macroeconomics II - Inequality
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Basant Kapur, National University of Singapore
Session type: invited
 

1. Dimensions of Inequality in Japan: Distributions of Earnings, Income and Wealth between 1984 and 2014
By Sagiri Kitao; University of Tokyo
Tomoaki Yamada; Meiji University
   presented by: Tomoaki Yamada, Meiji University
 

2. A benefit of monetary policy response to inequality
By Kengo Nutahara; Senshu University
   presented by: Kengo Nutahara, Senshu University
 

3. Estimate Income and Consumption Inequality in Urban China: Evidence from Engel Curves
[slides]
By Haiyan Ding; Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics
Hui He; IMF
Dongming Zhu; Jinan University
   presented by: Haiyan Ding, Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics
 
Session 21: International I - International Finance
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University
Session type: invited
 

1. International Monetary Policy Transmission, Risk Spillovers and the UIP Deviation of Emerging Economies
By Jingting Liu; Nanyang Technological University
Joseph Alba; Nanyang Technological University
Wai-Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Wai-Mun Chia, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Risk spillover from international financial markets and China’s macro-economy: A MIDAS-CoVaR-QR model
[slides]
By 暁静 蔡; Okayama University
   presented by: 暁静 蔡, Okayama University
 

3. Japanese firms' exchange rate exposure and risk management
[slides]
By Junko Shimizu; Gakushuin University
   presented by: Junko Shimizu, Gakushuin University
 

4. Effects of the US conventional and unconventional monetary policy shocks on the exchange rates
By Jihye Ahn; Seoul National University
SOYOUNG KIM; Seoul National University
   presented by: Jihye Ahn, Seoul National University
 
Session 22: Financial II - Corporate Finance
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley
Session type: invited
 

1. Nonlinearity of Board Size on Firm Value: Evidence from Malaysian Stock Exchange
By Yee Ee Chia; Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan International Campus
   presented by: Yee Ee Chia, Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan International Campus
 

2. Can investors make money and still do good? Evidence from Asia-Pacific stock markets
By Yeng-May Tan; Xiamen University Malaysia
   presented by: Yeng-May Tan, Xiamen University Malaysia
 

3. On the endogeneity between stock market prices and bank runs. An experiment
By Lawrence Choo; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Lawrence Choo, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

4. Examining the Time-Varying Risks in Climate-Focused Equity Investments during the COVID-19 Crisis: A Markov Regime Switching Analysis
By Nayanjyoti Bhattacharjee; Bodoland University
   presented by: Nayanjyoti Bhattacharjee, Bodoland University
 
Session 23: Education I
August 2, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Soon Beng Chew, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Impact of Maternal Education on Child Mortality: Evidence from an Increase Tuition Fee Policy in Vietnam
By Hang Nguyen; Osaka University
   presented by: Hang Nguyen, Osaka University
 

2. The effect of class size on the student achievement: Evidence from Korea
By Jiyeong Lee; Seoul National University
   presented by: Jiyeong Lee, Seoul National University
 

3. Managing Odds: Addressing educational disadvantage through school accountability and better HRM practices
By Lilac Florentino; Ateneo de Manila University
   presented by: Lilac Florentino, Ateneo de Manila University
 
Session 24: Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Plenary: Financial/Monetary Economics
August 2, 2022 10:30 to 12:10
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Kong Yam​ Tan, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: plenary
 

1. Private Green Financing and Optimal Portfolio Allocation
By Naoyuki Yoshino; Keio University
   presented by: Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University
 

2. The rise and fall of the Japanese Yen: Why has Japan become so “Cheap”?
By Takatoshi Ito; Columbia University
   presented by: Takatoshi Ito, Columbia University
 

3. The Stealth Decline of Dollar Dominance
By Barry Eichengreen; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley
 
Session 25: Korean Economic Association (KEA) 70th Anniversary Plenary
August 2, 2022 13:10 to 14:30
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University
Session type: plenary
 

1. Educational Quality and Income Disparities Between and Within Countries
By Hanol Lee; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Jong-Wha Lee; Korea University
   presented by: Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University
 

2. Korea's Trade Policy and Performance in Turbulent Times
[slides]
By Moonsung Kang; Korea University
   presented by: Moonsung Kang, Korea University
 

3. From Catching up to Convergence of Innovation Systems in Korea
By Keun Lee; Seoul National University
   presented by: Keun Lee, Seoul National University
 

4. Macroeconomic Impacts of Extreme Weather Conditions in Korea
[slides]
By Dukpa Kim; Korea University
Yun Jung Kim; Sogang University
   presented by: Dukpa Kim, Korea University
 
Session 26: Labor I
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Chris Sakellariou, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Artificial Intelligence, Human Capital investment and Productivity Growth
[slides]
By Yanwan Ji; The University of Warwick
   presented by: Yanwan Ji, The University of Warwick
 

2. Migrant Network Effect and Economic Development
[slides]
By Sokchea Lim; John Carroll University
Channary Khun; Asian Vision Institute
   presented by: Sokchea Lim, John Carroll University
 

3. Consumption Dynamics under Unemployment Shock: Evidence from Singapore
[slides]
By Lanjie Wang; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Lanjie Wang, Singapore Management University
 

4. Using Online Job Vacancy (OJV) data to estimate Mincer Earnings function for the IT industry of Singapore
By Soon Beng Chew; Nanyang Technological University
Teik Khim Ooi; Plant Electrical Instrumentation
   presented by: Soon Beng Chew, Nanyang Technological University
                         Teik Khim Ooi, Plant Electrical Instrumentation
 
Session 27: Macroeconomics I - Monetary
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jingting Liu, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Taylor Rule Yield Curve: A Monetary Policy Practical Tool
By Masazumi Hattori; Hitotsubashi University
Tomohide Mineyama; International Monetary Fund
Jouchi Nakajima; Hitotsubashi University
   presented by: Masazumi Hattori, Hitotsubashi University
 

2. Monetary Policy and Homeownership: Empirical Evidence, Theory, and Policy Implications
By Daniel Dias; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
Joao Duarte; Nova SBE
   presented by: Joao B. Duarte, Nova School of Business and Economics
 

3. Are (Real) Interest Rates Stationary in the Super-Long Run?
By Maximilian Ambros; WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
Michael Frenkel; WHU Koblenz
   presented by: Maximilian Ambros, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
                         Michael Frenkel, WHU Koblenz
 

4. To Peg or Float? Monetary Spillovers with Global Financial Market Frictions and Optimal Monetary Policy for Emerging Countries of Different Riskiness
By Jingting Liu; Nanyang Technological University
Wai-Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Jingting Liu, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 28: Urban I - Housing
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Yang Tang, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Homeownership, Renting and Market Failures: Evidence from Indian Slums
By Neha Gupta; Part time post doctoral researcher
   presented by: Neha Gupta, Part time post doctoral researcher
 

2. Spatial Misallocation in Housing and Land Markets: Evidence from China
By Yang Tang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Yang Tang, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Do high housing prices crowd out young talents?—— Micro-evidence from China
[slides]
By Yemin Ding; Universiti Putra Malaysia
Chin Lee; Universiti Putra Malaysia
   presented by: Yemin Ding, Universiti Putra Malaysia
 

4. Does Proximity to Prestigious Primary Schools Affect HDB Resale Prices?
[slides]
By Bok Leong Chua; Nanyang Technological University
Kai Jie Tai; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Kai Jie Tai, Nanyang Technological University
                         Bok Leong Chua,
 
Session 29: Development II
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Tomoki Fujii, Singapore Management University
Session type: invited
 

1. Can Financial Inclusion Improve Access to Sanitation? Empirical Evidence from Emerging Markets and Developing Economies
By Tony Cavoli; University of South Australia
   presented by: Tony Cavoli, University of South Australia
 

2. Seasonality and Conditional Cash Transfer: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment in Bangladesh
By Tomoki Fujii; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Tomoki Fujii, Singapore Management University
 

3. Did ‘Burmese Way to Socialism’ Create Jobs Equitably?
[slides]
By Ohmar Khine; Chulalongkorn University
   presented by: Ohmar Khine, Chulalongkorn University
 

4. Governance Performance in Member States of the ASEAN Economic Community and the Asian Tigers
By OLUWOLE OWOYE; Western Connecticut State University
   presented by: OLUWOLE OWOYE, Western Connecticut State University
 
Session 30: Asian I
August 2, 2022 14:40 to 16:10
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Michael G. Plummer, Johns Hopkins University
Session type: invited
 

1. Do Artificial Neural Networks Provide Improved Volatility Forecasts: Evidence from Asian Markets
By Mehmet Sahiner; University of Stirling
   presented by: Mehmet Sahiner, University of Stirling
 

2. Measuring monetary policy shocks in emerging economies: Evidence from India
[slides]
By Aeimit Lakdawala; Wake Forest University
Rajeswari Sengupta; Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
   presented by: Rajeswari Sengupta, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
 

3. Drivers of Thailand’s Disaggregated Price Dynamics: Sector-specific or Common?
By Pym Manopimoke; Bank of Thailand
Nuwat Nookhwun; Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Nuwat Nookhwun, Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research
 

4. Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interactions and Regional Employment: Evidence from Japan
By Tomomi Miyazaki; Kobe University
Haruo Kondoh; Seinan Gakuin University
   presented by: Tomomi Miyazaki, Kobe University
                         Haruo Kondoh, Seinan Gakuin University
 
Session 31: Econometrics III
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Wenjie Wang, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. What Econometrics Should We Learn/ Teach? Data Types and Econometric Methods in Top Economics Journals
By Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Zhifeng Wang; Hunan University
Shihao Zhou; Nanyang Technological University
Tingbin Bian; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Shihao Zhou, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Quantitative Risk Analysis of Mineral Resource (Nickel) Prices with Policy Changes
By Keiji Sakakibara; Kyoto University
Fusanori Iwasaki; Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
Joko Purwanto; Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
   presented by: Keiji Sakakibara, Kyoto University
 

3. Wild Bootstrap for Instrumental Variables Regressions with Weak and Few Clusters
By Wenjie Wang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Wenjie Wang, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Nowcasting Sri Lankan Real GDP Growth
By W B Roshen Fernando; The Australian National University
Madhavi Pundit; Asian Development Bank
Arief Ramayandi; Asian Development Bank
   presented by: Arief Ramayandi, Asian Development Bank
 
Session 32: Education II
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University
Session type: invited
 

1. Teaching position and school outcomes: empirical evidence from the Philippines
By Irene Jo Arzadon; University of the Philippines
   presented by: Irene Jo Arzadon, University of the Philippines
 

2. Skill Substitutability, Trade with China, and College Wage Premium in Korea
By Jong-Suk Han
Jong-Wha Lee; Korea University
Eunbi Song; Monash University Malaysia
   presented by: Eunbi Song, Monash University Malaysia
 

3. The Role of Non-Cognitive Skills in Improving Academic Performance: Evidence from a field experiment in Pakistan
By Mahniya Zafar; Lahore School of Economics
Maryiam Haroon; Lahore School of Economics
   presented by: Mahniya Zafar, Lahore School of Economics
 

4. Exploring the relationship between school autonomy and school climate using PISA data
By Shaleen Khanal; National University of Singapore
Panchali Guha; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Panchali Guha, Singapore Management University
 
Session 33: Financial III - Stock Market
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Partha Sen, Delhi School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

1. Asset Pricing under Capital Control: Evidences from A-H Price Premium
[slides]
By Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
Mengying Yuan; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Mengying Yuan, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Asset Bubble and Skewed Growth under Excess Money Supply: A Dual Economy Framework
By Hitoshi Hayakawa; Hokkaido University
   presented by: Hitoshi Hayakawa, Hokkaido University
 

3. Housing, investment opportunities and intertemporal asset pricing
By Ji Ho Kwon; Gachon University
   presented by: Ji Ho Kwon, Gachon University
 

4. The impacts of foreign ownership and financial leverage on stock return volatility in Vietnam
By Hien Phan; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Thi Anh Thu Pham; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
   presented by: Hien Phan, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
                         Thi Anh Thu Pham, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
 
Session 34: Macroeconomics III - Inequality
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Wing Thye Woo, University of California, Davis
Session type: invited
 

1. Scarcity and Growth-Inequality Relationship
[slides]
By Jangyoun Lee; Incheon National University
   presented by: Jangyoun Lee, Incheon National University
 

2. The Impact of Flooding on Land Value and Poverty Vulnerability among Small-scale Farmers in the Flood-Prone Areas of Thailand
By Siraprapa Bumrungkit; Khon Kaen University
Voravee Saengavut; Khon Kaen University
   presented by: Siraprapa Bumrungkit, Khon Kaen University
 

3. Structural Transformation and Inequality: Does Trade Openness Matter?
[slides]
By Wannaphong Durongkaveroj; Ramkhamhaeng University
   presented by: Wannaphong Durongkaveroj, Ramkhamhaeng University
 

4. What Drives Income Inequality? Technological Innovation versus Financialization
By Juneyoung Lee; Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade (KIET)
Keun Lee; Seoul National University
   presented by: Keun Lee, Seoul National University
 
Session 35: Well-being and happiness
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Daniel Houser, George Mason University
Session type: invited
 

1. Work, family life and wellbeing of couples during COVID-19
By Saki Sugano; Daito Bunka University
   presented by: Saki Sugano, Daito Bunka University
 

2. How Do Relationships with Others Affect Our Happiness?: Evidence from Japan
By Aika Shikida; Ministry of Finance, Japan
Shohei Momoda; Ministry of Finance, Japan
   presented by: Aika Shikida, Ministry of Finance, Japan
                         Shohei Momoda, Ministry of Finance, Japan
 

3. The Happiness that Money can Buy: Life Satisfaction, Income, Consumption and Inequality in Slovakia
[slides]
By Biswajit Banerjee; National Bank of Slovakia and Ashoka University, India
Peter Toth; National Bank of Slovakia
   presented by: Biswajit Banerjee, National Bank of Slovakia and Ashoka University, India
 

4. Institutions and Life Satisfaction: Linear and Nonlinear Evidence
By Slesman Ly; Universiti Brunei Darussalam
   presented by: Slesman Ly, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
 
Session 36: Public II - Taxation
August 2, 2022 16:40 to 18:10
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Donghyun Park, Asian Development Bank
Session type: invited
 

1. Tax enforcement and innovation: evidence from firm-level data
By Ghufran Ahmad; National University of Sciences and Technology
Donghyun Park; Asian Development Bank
Irfan Qureshi; Asian Development Bank
   presented by: Ghufran Ahmad, National University of Sciences and Technology
 

2. Taxation, Public Debt, and Informality: The Case of India
By Ojasvita Bahl; Indian Statistical Institute Delhi
Chetan Ghate; Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi
   presented by: Ojasvita Bahl, Indian Statistical Institute Delhi
 

3. Public Intermediate Good and Endogenous Ricardian Comparative Advantage
By Akihiko Yanase; Nagoya University
   presented by: Akihiko Yanase, Nagoya University
 
Session 37: Economic History I
August 3, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Keen Meng Choy, Soka University
Session type: invited
 

1. Central Administration and the Rise of Local Institutions: Evidence from Imperial China
By Haikun ZHAN; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Haikun ZHAN, University of Melbourne
 

2. Letting Old Data Speak: Local Cultural Traits in Qing China Grain Prices
By T. Terry Cheung; Academia Sinica
Shaowen Luo; Virginia Tech
Kwok Ping Tsang; Virginia Tech
   presented by: T. Terry Cheung, Academia Sinica
 

3. Confucian Literati and Long-run Development in Northern Vietnam
By Tomoki Fujii; Singapore Management University
Meng Liu; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Meng Liu, Singapore Management University
 

4. Revisiting the sources of U.S. imbalances: Wavelet approach
By Jun-Hyung Ko; Aoyama Gakuin University
   presented by: Jun-Hyung Ko, Aoyama Gakuin University
 
Session 38: International II - Trade
August 3, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jingting Liu, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. The determinants of Global Value Chains participation and its impact on international trade network
By ONUR BIYIK; Waseda University
Kunhyui Kim; Waseda University
   presented by: Kunhyui Kim, Waseda University
 

2. Strategic Trade Liberalization
By Hang Gao; KU Leuven
Johannes Van Biesebroeck; KU Leuven
Frank Verboven; KU Leuven
   presented by: Johannes Van Biesebroeck, KU Leuven
 

3. Rules of Origin and Auto-Parts Trade
By Chenying Yang; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Chenying Yang, Singapore Management University
 
Session 39: Labor IV - Gender & Culture
August 3, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Yeow Hwee Chua, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. The effect of gender role attitudes on household labor supply
By Shiho Yukawa; Teikyo University
   presented by: Shiho Yukawa, Teikyo University
 

2. Gender Wage Gap and Economic Growth- The Indian Experience
By Somasree Roychowdhury; Lady Brabourne College
   presented by: Somasree Roychowdhury, Lady Brabourne College
 

3. Non-native players in the domestic league: Foreign penetration and domestic banking sector in an emerging market
By Nhan Huynh; Macquarie University
Quang Thien Tran; Van Lang University
   presented by: Nhan Huynh, Macquarie University
 
Session 40: Political I
August 3, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Erik Snowberg, University of British Columbia
Session type: invited
 

1. Tunnelling and Related Party Transactions: Evidence from Political Turnover and State-owned Enterprises in China
By Sandy Suardi; University of Wollongong
   presented by: Sandy Suardi, University of Wollongong
 

2. Do governments' stances really stand for public sentiments? - Evidence from social media front in the Russia-Ukraine War
By Vu Ngo; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Huan Nguyen; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
   presented by: Huan Nguyen, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
 

3. State Political Uncertainty and Local Housing Markets: Evidence from U.S. Gubernatorial Elections
By Chi-Young Choi; University of Texas Arlington
   presented by: Chi-Young Choi, University of Texas Arlington
 

4. Internet Public Opinion Spreading Analysis Based on the SEIR Evolutionary Game Model with Hesitating Mechanism
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Jingru Luo; Nanyang Technological University
Xinyue Xu; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Jingru Luo, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 41: Public I - Fiscal
August 3, 2022 8:30 to 10:00
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Wing Thye Woo, University of California, Davis
Session type: invited
 

1. Corporate debt and state-dependent effects of fiscal policy
By Daichi Shirai; Tohoku Gakuin University
   presented by: Daichi Shirai, Tohoku Gakuin University
 

2. Determinant Factors of Yield of Indonesian Government Bonds USD Denomination
By Zikri Anzari; Perbanas Institute
Suci Nurlaeli; University of Indonesia
   presented by: Suci Nurlaeli, University of Indonesia
 

3. The Signaling Effects of Fiscal Announcements
By Leonardo Melosi; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Hiroshi Morita; Hosei University
Francesco Zanetti; University of Oxford
   presented by: Hiroshi Morita, Hosei University
 

4. The Impact of Fiscal Insecurity on the Private Economy
By Masaki Fukui; Kwansei Gakuin University
Keigo Kameda; Kwansei Gakuin University
Zhenkun Lu; Kwansei Gakuin University
   presented by: Masaki Fukui, Kwansei Gakuin University
                         Keigo Kameda, Kwansei Gakuin University
 
Session 42: Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Book Launch
August 3, 2022 10:20 to 11:20
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chairs:
1. Tetsushi Sonobe, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
2. John Beirne, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
Session type: invited
 

1. Covid-19, Fintech and the Recovery of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises: Evidence from Bangladesh
By Monzur Hossain; Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies
   presented by: Monzur Hossain, Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies
 

2. Sharing Credit Data While Respecting Privacy - A Digital Platform for Fairer Financing of MSMEs
By Jin-Chuan Duan; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Jin-Chuan Duan, National University of Singapore
 

3. Toward a Data-Driven Financial System: The Impact of COVID-19
By Nydia Remolina; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Nydia Remolina, Singapore Management University
 
Session 43: Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Plenary
August 3, 2022 11:20 to 12:50
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: John Beirne, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
Session type: plenary
 

1. Unfolding Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Asia
By Tetsushi Sonobe; Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
   presented by: Tetsushi Sonobe, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
 

2. An Empirical Evidence and Proposal on the Spillover Effects of Information and Communication Technology Infrastructure in India
By Naoyuki Yoshino; Keio University
   presented by: Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University
 

3. Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in ASEAN Countries and their Implications for Human Capital Development: Medium run impacts and the role of government support
By Peter Morgan; Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
   presented by: Peter Morgan, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
 

4. Macrofinancial Resilience and the Role of Institutional Quality in Asia
By John Beirne; Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
   presented by: John Beirne, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
 
Session 44: NUS Next Age Institute (NAI) Plenary: Work, Retirement and Health (Including Caregiving)
August 3, 2022 13:50 to 15:10
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Ngee Choon Chia, National University of Singapore
Session type: plenary
 

1. Re-employment Mandate in Singapore: Employment and Health outcomes
By Ngee Choon Chia; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Ngee Choon Chia, National University of Singapore
 

2. Juggling Paid Work and Elderly Care Provision in Japan: Does a Flexible Work Environment Help Family Caregivers Cope?
[slides]
By Yoko Niimi; Doshisha University
   presented by: Yoko Niimi, Doshisha University
 

3. The Nexus between Long-term Care Insurance, Formal Care, Informal Care, and Bequests: The Case of Japan
[slides]
By Charles Horioka; Kobe University
Emin Gahramanov; American University of Sharjah
Xueli Tang; Deakin University
   presented by: Charles Horioka, Kobe University
 
Session 45: Editors' Tea Reception (Q&A on Publishing)
August 3, 2022 15:10 to 16:20
Location: Grand Ballroom 1, Level 6 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Euston Quah, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

Discussants:
     1 Barry Clarke, Taylor and Francis
     2 Chi Wai Rick Lee, World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
 
Session 46: Asian III
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Soo Keong Yong, University of Waikato
Session type: invited
 

1. The Willingness of European and Asian Academics to found an Innovative Technology Company and the economic consequences
[slides]
By Philipp Plugmann; SRH University of Applied Health Sciences, Germany
   presented by: Philipp Plugmann, SRH University of Applied Health Sciences, Germany
 

2. A gender-specific earthquake recovery assessment using administrative and satellite data: The case of Indonesia’s 2016 Aceh earthquake series
By Sonia Akter; National University of Singapore
Talitha Chairunissa; National University of Singapore
Madhavi Pundit; Asian Development Bank
Marcel Schröder; Asian Development Bank
   presented by: Madhavi Pundit, Asian Development Bank
 

3. Using Satellite-observed Geospatial Inundation Data to Identify the Impacts of Flood on Firm-level Performances: The Case of China during 2000--2009
By Pao-Li Chang; Singapore Management University
Fan Zheng; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Fan Zheng, Singapore Management University
 
Session 47: Behavioral III - Finance
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Edward Halim, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. One-Share-One-Vote and Dual-Class Shares in the Laboratory
By Te Bao; Nanyang Technological University
Edward Halim; Nanyang Technological University
Yohanes Riyanto; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Edward Halim, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. The Bright Side of Dark Markets: Experiments
By Edward Halim; Nanyang Technological University
Yohanes Riyanto; Nanyang Technological University
Nilanjan Roy; City University of Hong Kong
Yan Wang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Yan Wang, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Digital financial literacy and financial behaviour management: empirical evidence from Vietnam
By Thai Anh; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Thuy Phan; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
   presented by: Thuy Phan, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
 
Session 48: Econometrics II
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Taojun Xie, National University of Singapore
Session type: invited
 

1. Predicting Tail Risks by a Markov Switching MGARCH Model with Varying Copula Regimes
[slides]
By Markus Fülle; University of Goettingen
Helmut Herwartz; University Göttingen
   presented by: Markus Fülle, University of Goettingen
 

2. Forecast Pooling or Information Pooling during Crises? MIDAS Forecasting of GDP in a Small Open Economy
[slides]
By Hwee Kwan Chow; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Hwee Kwan Chow, Singapore Management University
 
Session 49: Labor V
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Charles Horioka, Kobe University
Session type: invited
 

1. Does public employment affect household saving rates? Evidence from Chinese household data
[slides]
By Can Xu; University of Groningen
   presented by: Can Xu, University of Groningen
 

2. What drives fluctuations of labor wedge and business cycles? Evidence from Japan
By Masaru Inaba; Senshu University
Kengo Nutahara; Senshu University
Daichi Shirai; Tohoku Gakuin University
   presented by: Masaru Inaba, Senshu University
 

3. The Earnings Profile of Formal and Informal Labors in Developing Countries: The Case of Indonesia.
By THU LE; University of New South Wales
   presented by: THU LE, University of New South Wales
 
Session 50: Financial IV
August 3, 2022 16:30 to 17:40
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: HSIAO Cheng, University of Southern California
Session type: invited
 

1. Can we afford defined benefit pensions in low interest rates environment?
[slides]
By Woon Wong; Cardiff University
   presented by: Woon Wong, Cardiff University
 

2. Acquisition of Microfinance Institutions by Commercial Investors: Empirical Analysis on Impacts on Lending Behavior
By Daiju Aiba; Japan International Cooperation Agency
   presented by: Daiju Aiba, Japan International Cooperation Agency
 

3. Do political factors, monetary policy, financial conditions lead to favorable public sentiment and governments' decisions on CBDC launching? Global evidences
By Vu Ngo; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Huan Nguyen; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
   presented by: Vu Ngo, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
 
Session 51: Behavioral II - Group Behavior
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
Location: Jasmine Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jonathan TAN, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Project choice and cooperation in teams with heterogeneous talents: An experimental study
By Jonathan TAN; Nanyang Technological University
Zichen Zhao; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Zichen Zhao, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Norms of Apology and Group Cooperation
By Jonathan Yeo; Nanyang Technological University
Shi Zhuo
   presented by: Jonathan Yeo, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Mind-Reading Ability Predicts Sales Performance: Evidence from Financial Consultants
By Tai-Sen He; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Tai-Sen He, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 52: Labor III - Ageing
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
Location: Camellia Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Yoko Niimi, Doshisha University
Session type: invited
 

1. Systematic Research on the use of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation for Learning Enhancement and Employment for the Elderly
By Kaewkwan Tangtipongkul; Thammasat University
Supachai Srisuchart; Thammasat University
Pimonpan Isarabhakdi; Mahidol University
Yuranun Tamkan; Institute for Continuing Education and Human Resources, Thammasat University
Karittha Onkaew; Institute for Continuing Education and Human Resources, Thammasat University
Uraiwan Runghairun; Institute for Continuing Education and Human Resources, Thammasat University
Kwansuda Cherdchoongarm; Institute for Continuing Education and Human Resources, Thammasat University
   presented by: Kaewkwan Tangtipongkul, Thammasat University
 

2. Aging, Inadequacy and Fiscal constraint: the case of Thailand
By Phitawat Poonpolkul; Bank of Thailand
Ponpoje (Poe) Porapakkarm; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Nada Wasi; Bank of Thailand
   presented by: Phitawat Poonpolkul, Bank of Thailand
 
Session 53: Macroeconomics IV - Growth
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
Location: Amaryllis Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Akshar SAXENA, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. The potential of Kelp industry in blue carbon and blue impact finance: An approach of a recursive CGE model
By Michael Huang; Ocean Policy Research Institute of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation
   presented by: Michael Huang, Ocean Policy Research Institute of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation
 

2. Bank, Stock Market Efficiency and Economic Growth: Lessons for ASEAN-5
[slides]
By Swee Liang Tan; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Swee Liang Tan, Singapore Management University
 
Session 54: Pandemic I
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
Location: Frangipani Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Jubo Yan, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. Epidemics, Disease Control, and China’s Long-term Development
By Jun Wang; Nanyang Technological University
James Ang; Nanyang Technological University
   presented by: Jun Wang, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Effect of COVID-19 Income Support Policy on Consumption Mobility Amidst Global Pandemic: A Country-Level Panel Data Analysis
By Chayanon Phucharoen; Prince of Songkla University, Phuket campus
Nichapat Sangkaew; Prince of Songkla University
   presented by: Chayanon Phucharoen, Prince of Songkla University, Phuket campus
 

3. Impact of COVID-19 on Household's Domestic Tourism Spending in India: A Difference-in -Difference analysis
By Rasmita Nayak; IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
Bimal Sahoo; IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
Mantu Mahalik; IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
   presented by: Rasmita Nayak, IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
 
Session 55: Technology I
August 3, 2022 17:45 to 18:55
Location: Lilac Breakout Room, Level 8 Orchard Wing
 
Session Chair: Guiying Laura Wu, Nanyang Technological University
Session type: invited
 

1. ICT Infrastructure and Productivity: Evidence from China
By Zhifeng Wang; Hunan University, China
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
   presented by: Guiying Laura Wu, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. State Separation, Landlockedness, and Trade: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
By Nicholas Sim; Singapore University of Social Sciences
   presented by: Nicholas Sim, Singapore University of Social Sciences
 

3. Determinants of Service Trade - How Information and Communication technology-based services are different
[slides]
By Arundhati Sinha Roy; Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Anwesha Aditya; IIT Kharagpur
Siddhartha Chattopadhyay; IIT Kharagpur
   presented by: Arundhati Sinha Roy, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
 

 

Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Ahmad, GhufranP36
3Ahn, JihyeP21
4Aiba, DaijuP50
5Ambros, MaximilianP27
6Arzadon, Irene JoP32
7Bahl, OjasvitaP36
8Banerjee, BiswajitP35
9Banh, Thi HangP8
10Beirne, JohnC42, P43, C43
11Bhandari, BornaliP14
12Bhattacharjee, NayanjyotiP22
13Bumrungkit, SiraprapaP34
14Cavoli, TonyP29
15Cheng, HSIAOP5, C13, C50
16Cheung, T. TerryP37
17Chew, Soon BengC23, P26
18Chia, Yee EeP22
19Chia, Ngee ChoonP44, C44
20Chia, Wai-MunP21
21Choi, Chi-YoungP40
22Choo, LawrenceC12, P22
23Chow, Hwee KwanP48
24Choy, Keen MengC37
25Chua, Yeow HweeP13, C39
26Chua, Bok LeongP28
27Clarke, BarryD45
28Datta, AnusuaP14
29Ding, YeminP28
30Ding, HaiyanP20
31Do, Hai AnhP18
32Duan, Jin-ChuanP42
33Duarte, Joao B.P27
34Duong, KhoaP12
35Durongkaveroj, WannaphongP34
36Eichengreen, BarryC22, P24
37蔡, 暁静P21
38Fan, JessieP19
39Fülle, MarkusP48
40Feng, QuP5
41Florentino, LilacP23
42Frenkel, MichaelP27
43Fujii, TomokiP29, C29
44Fukui, MasakiP41
45Guha, PanchaliP32
46Gupta, NehaP28
47Halim, EdwardP47, C47
48Haodan, LiuP8
49Hattori, MasazumiP27
50Hayakawa, KazunobuP18
51Hayakawa, HitoshiP33
52Hädle, Wolfgang KarlP3, C3
53He, Tai-SenC8, P51
54Hiraga, KazukiP12
55Horioka, CharlesP44, C49
56Hossain, MonzurP42
57Houser, DanielP1, P7, C35
58Huang, MichaelP53
59Huang, WeihongC9
60Huynh, NhanP39
61Inaba, MasaruP49
62Ito, TakatoshiC18, P24
63Ito, KeikoP18
64Ji, YanwanP26
65Jinno, MasatoshiP8
66Jomo, K.S.P1, P2
67Kameda, KeigoP41
68Kan, KamhonP10
69Kang, MoonsungP25
70Kapur, BasantC20
71Keddad, BenjaminP18
72Khine, OhmarP29
73Kim, KunhyuiP38
74Kim, DukpaP25
75Ko, Jun-HyungP37
76Kondoh, HaruoP30
77Kwon, Ji HoP33
78Le, HuongP18
79LE, THUP49
80Lee, Chi Wai RickD45
81Lee, JiyeongP23
82Lee, Jong-WhaP1, P25, C25, C32
83Lee, JangyounP34
84Lee, KeunP25
85Lee, KeunP34
86Lee, Soo AnnC6
87Lee, Sang-HoP15
88Lei, ZhenP10, C19
89Lim, SokcheaP26
90Lim, Chong YahP6
91Lin, Min-BinP3
92Liu, MengP37
93Liu, JingtingP27, C27, C38
94Luo, JingruP40
95Ly, SlesmanP35
96Lyu, RuohanP9
97Ma, BohaoP9
98Maung, KenwinP13
99McNelis, PaulP12
100Mitchell, RyanP19
101Miyazaki, TomomiP30
102Momoda, ShoheiP35
103Mon, ZeyaP11
104Moon, Ji-WoongP9
105Morgan, PeterP43
106Morita, HiroshiP41
107Nayak, RasmitaP54
108Nevrekar, SaishP16
109Ngo, VuP50
110Nguyen, HangP23
111Nguyen, BinhP18
112Nguyen, HuanP40
113Nguyen, Thien AnP18
114Niimi, YokoP44, C52
115Nookhwun, NuwatP30
116Nurlaeli, SuciP41
117Nutahara, KengoP20
118Onur, IlkeP16
119Ooi, Teik KhimP26
120Oura, AsukaP16
121OWOYE, OLUWOLEP29
122P, MOHAMMEDP11
123Pandey, SuchitraP19
124Park, DonghyunC36
125Pham, Thi Anh ThuP33
126Pham, DuyP12
127Phan, HienP33
128Phan, ThuyP47
129Phucharoen, ChayanonP54
130Plugmann, PhilippP46
131Plummer, Michael G.P2, C30
132Poonpolkul, PhitawatP52
133Powdthavee, NattavudhC7, P10
134Poyago-Theotoky, JoannaP15, C15
135Pundit, MadhaviP46
136Quah, DannyP1, P6
137Quah, EustonC1, C45
138Qureshi, IrfanP11
139Ramayandi, AriefP31
140Remolina, NydiaP42
141Riyanto, YohanesC10
142Rose, AndrewC4
143Roychowdhury, SomasreeP39
144Rusli, RidwanP4
145Sahiner, MehmetP30
146Sakakibara, KeijiP31
147Sakellariou, ChrisC26
148Samreth, SovannroeunP19
149SAXENA, AksharC53
150Sen, ParthaP4, C33
151Sengupta, RajeswariP30
152Shikida, AikaP35
153Shimizu, JunkoP21
154Shirai, DaichiP41
155Sim, NicholasP55
156Sinha Roy, ArundhatiP55
157Snowberg, ErikP7, C40
158Song, EunbiP32
159Sonobe, TetsushiC42, P43
160Suardi, SandyP40
161Sugano, SakiP35
162Swee, EikC14
163Tai, Kai JieP28
164Tan, Kong Yam​P1, C24
165Tan, Yeng-MayP22
166TAN, JonathanC51
167Tan, Swee LiangP53
168Tang, YangP28, C28
169Tang, Cheng KeatP17, C17
170Tangtipongkul, KaewkwanP52
171Thakur, AshutoshP16
172Tsai, YingyiP15
173Van Biesebroeck, JohannesP38
174Wang, JunP54
175Wang, LanjieP26
176Wang, YanP47
177Wang, WenjieC5, P31, C31
178Wong, WoonP50
179Woo, Wing ThyeP2, C34, C41
180Wu, Guiying LauraP55, C55
181Xie, TaojunP14, C48
182Xing, BingxinP13
183Xu, CanP49
184Yamada, TomoakiP20
185Yan, JuboC54
186Yanase, AkihikoP36
187Yang, ChenyingP38
188Yeo, JonathanC16, P51
189Yin, CP17
190Yong, Soo KeongC11, P17, C46
191Yoshino, NaoyukiC2, C21, P24, P43
192Yuan, MengyingP33
193Yukawa, ShihoP39
194Zafar, MahniyaP32
195ZHAN, HaikunP37
196Zhao, ZichenP51
197Zheng, FanP46
198Zhou, ShihaoP31

 

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