Singapore Economic Review Conference 2013

Singapore

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

 

Summary of All Sessions

#Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
1August 6, 2013
15:20-16:20
Meeting Room 831 Applied Economics0
2August 6, 2013
15:20-16:20
Meeting Room 835 Environmental and Energy Economics1
3August 6, 2013
15:20-16:20
Meeting Room 836 Macroeconomics I0
4August 6, 2013
15:20-16:20
Meeting Room 832 Microeconomics I0
5August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 831 Applied Econometrics I3
6August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 832 Applied Microeconomics4
7August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 834 China's Economy5
8August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 833 Econometric and Statistical Methods I4
9August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 836 Environmental Economics I4
10August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 837 Institutions, Law and Economics4
11August 6, 2013
16:45-18:15
Meeting Room 835 Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy5
12August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 831 Capital Flows and Exchange Rate I4
13August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 832 Development Economics4
14August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 837 Economic & Policy Analysis4
15August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Mandarin Ballroom EGC Session2
16August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 833 Energy Economics 5
17August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 834 Labor Economics I4
18August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 835 Macroeconomics II4
19August 7, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 836 Microeconomics II4
20August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Mandarin Ballroom "Pacific Economic Outlook: Monetary Policy Regimes in the Pacific Region"0
21August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 831 Applied Econometrics II4
22August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 832 Banking and Financial Intermediaries I3
23August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 833 Economic Growth I4
24August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 834 Environmental Economics II4
25August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 835 Experimental and Behavioral Economics I4
26August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 836 Financial Crisis 3
27August 7, 2013
11:15-12:45
Meeting Room 837 Microeconomics III3
28August 7, 2013
14:00-15:00
Meeting Room 835 Behavioral Economics0
29August 7, 2013
14:00-15:00
Meeting Room 831 Econometrics0
30August 7, 2013
14:00-15:00
Meeting Room 832 Empirical Economics 0
31August 7, 2013
14:00-15:00
Meeting Room 836 Macroeconomics III1
32August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Meeting Room 831 Applied Econometrics III4
33August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Meeting Room 832 Capital Flows and Exchange Rate II3
34August 7, 2013
15:00-14:30
Meeting Room 833 Experimental and Behavioral Economics II4
35August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Meeting Room 834 Macroeconomic and Business Cycles4
36August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Mandarin Ballroom Neuroeconomics0
37August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Meeting Room 835 Poverty, Inequality and Income Distribution 4
38August 7, 2013
15:00-16:30
Meeting Room 836 Public Economics I3
39August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 831 Econometric and Statistical Methods II4
40August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 836 Economic Growth II4
41August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 832 Financial Economics 5
42August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 833 Household Behavior and Family Economics 4
43August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 834 International Economics 3
44August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 835 Macroeconomics IV4
45August 7, 2013
17:00-18:15
Meeting Room 837 Microeconomics IV3
46August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 831 Asian Economies5
47August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 832 Health Economics 5
48August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 833 Industrial Organization: Theory 4
49August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 834 Labor Economics II4
50August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 835 Macroeconomics V4
51August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 836 Microeconomics V4
52August 8, 2013
9:00-10:30
Meeting Room 837 Public Economics II3
53August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 831 Applied Econometrics IV4
54August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 832 Banking and Financial Intermediaries II3
55August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 834 Labor Economics III3
56August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 833 Macroeconomics VI5
57August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 835 Microeconomics VI4
58August 8, 2013
11:00-12:30
Meeting Room 836 Singapore Economy4
 

58 sessions, 188 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

Singapore Economic Review Conference 2013

Detailed List of Sessions

                                                                                                                    
 
Session 1: Applied Economics
August 6, 2013 15:20 to 16:20
Meeting Room 831
 
1. Brothers in Arms - Theory and Evidence on Alliances Kai Konrad, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance 2. Why Is Finance Important? Some Thoughts on Post-Crisis Economics Ng Yew Kwang, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 2: Microeconomics I
August 6, 2013 15:20 to 16:20
Meeting Room 832
 
 
Session 3: Environmental and Energy Economics
August 6, 2013 15:20 to 16:20
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. The Copenhagen Accord: On Required Implicit Carbon Tax Rates and Their Economic Consequences
By Peter Egger; ETH Zurich
Sergey Nigai; ETH Zurich
   Presented by: Peter Egger, ETH Zurich
 
Session 4: Macroeconomics I
August 6, 2013 15:20 to 16:20
Meeting Room 836
 
 
Session 5: Applied Econometrics I
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. Do Capital Flows Matter to Stock and Housing Returns? Evidence from China
By Ching-Yi Lin; National Tsing Hua University
   Presented by: Ching-Yi Lin, National Tsing Hua University
 

2. How Much Does It Cost To Play Irrational? Evidence From China Individual Lottery Betting Behavior
By Jia Yuan; University of Macau
   Presented by: Jia Yuan, University of Macau
 

3. Did the Three-Point Rule Make Soccer More Exciting? Evidence from A Regression Discontinuity Design
By Lee Yoong Hon; University of Nottingham in Malaysia
   Presented by: Lee Yoong Hon, University of Nottingham, Malaysia
 
Session 6: Applied Microeconomics
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. Upstream incentives to encourage downstream competition in a vertically separated industry
By Joel Sandonis; University of Alicante
   Presented by: Joel Sandonis, University of Alicante
 

2. Status Quo Bias in Consumer Perception and Market Segmentation
By Jeongmeen Suh; Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
   Presented by: Jeongmeen Suh, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
 

3. Market Forces, Owner preferences, and Newspaper Ideologies
By Chun-Fang Chiang; National Taiwan University
   Presented by: Chun-Fang Chiang, National Taiwan University
 

4. Culture, social preferences and beliefs in public goods game
By Kean Siang Ch'ng; Universiti Sains Malaysia
Phaik Nie Chin; Universiti Sains Malaysia
   Presented by: Phaik Nie Chin, Universiti Sains Malaysia
 
Session 7: Econometric and Statistical Methods I
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. Symmetric Jackknife Instrumental Variable Estimation
By Paul Bekker; University of Groningen
Federico Crudu; University of Sassari
   Presented by: Paul Bekker, University of Groningen
 

2. Calculating Confidence Intervals for Continuous and Discontinuous Functions of Parameters
By John Ham; Maryland
Tiemen Woutersen; University of Arizona
   Presented by: John Ham, Maryland
 

3. Wrong Skewness and Finite Sample Correction in Parametric Stochastic Frontier Models
By Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University
William Horrace; Syracuse University
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Qu Feng, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. An Odd Couple: Monotone Instrumental Variables and Binary Treatments
By Jeremiah Richey; Kyungpook National University
   Presented by: Jeremiah Richey, Kyungpook National University
 
Session 8: China's Economy
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. China’s Spatially Diverse Food Security under Imbalanced Population Expansion
By Huey-Lin Lee; National Chengchi University
Scott Lin; National Chengchi University
   Presented by: Huey-Lin Lee, National Chengchi University
 

2. Hot Money Flow, Money Supply, Mortgage Credit and Residential Property Prices in China
By Sanae Ohno; Musashi University
   Presented by: Sanae Ohno, Musashi University
 

3. The Source and Pattern of China’s Manufacturing Export Growth-Based on an Extended Firm Heterogeneity Trade Model
By Tian Dongwen; Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Hu Na
Yao Wei; Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
   Presented by: Hu Na,
                         Tian Dongwen, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
 

4. Investment Frictions and Aggregate Output Gap in China: An Indirect Inference from Capital adjustment Costs
By Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Guiying Laura Wu, Nanyang Technological University
 

5. The Political Economy of Private Firms in China
By Byung-Yeon Kim; Seoul National University
   Presented by: Byung-Yeon Kim, Seoul National University
 
Session 9: Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Unconventional Macro Prudential Policies In Turkey
By Ahmet Aysan; Bogazici University
   Presented by: Ahmet Aysan, Bogazici University
 

2. The financial role of East Asian countries in global imbalances: an econometric assessment of developments after the global financial crisis
By Donghyun Park; Asian Development Bank
   Presented by: Donghyun Park, Asian Development Bank
 

3. What affects the predictions of private forecasters? The role of central bank forecasts
By Michael Pedersen; Central Bank of Chile
   Presented by: Michael Pedersen, Central Bank of Chile
 

4. How Real Exchange Rates Move in Growing Economies: Anti-Balassa Evidence in Developing Countries
By Kue Peng Chuah; Bank Negara Malaysia
   Presented by: Kue Peng Chuah, Bank Negara Malaysia
 

5. Reserve Option Mechanism as a Stabilizing Policy Tool: Evidence from Exchange Rate Expectations
By Ahmet Degerli; Central Bank of Turkey
Salih Fendoglu; Central Bank of Turkey
   Presented by: Salih Fendoglu, Central Bank of Turkey
 
Session 10: Environmental Economics I
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. PAYMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES FOR AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPES: DESIGN AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
By Gladys Navarro; Saint Louis University
   Presented by: Gladys Navarro, Saint Louis University
 

2. Productive and Environmental Efficiencies with Inputs for Innovation and Environmental Protection: A Case of Japanese Chemical Industry
By Mika Goto; Central Research Institute of Electric P
Toshiyuki Sueyoshi; New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
   Presented by: Mika Goto, Central Research Institute of Electric P
 

3. On The Dynamics of Environmental Quality and Economic Development: The Regional Experience of Yangtze River Delta in China
By JINGJING ZHANG; University of Western Sydney
   Presented by: JINGJING ZHANG, University of Western Sydney
 

4. Price and Quantity Competition under Emission Tax in a Mixed Duopoly
By Shuichi Ohori; Kansai University
   Presented by: Shuichi Ohori, Kansai University
 
Session 11: Institutions, Law and Economics
August 6, 2013 16:45 to 18:15
Meeting Room 837
 
 

1. Terrorism and Migration as “Voice” and “Exit”
By Andreas Knorr; German Univ. of Administrative Sciences
   Presented by: Andreas Knorr, German Univ. of Administrative Sciences
 

2. DOES FINANICAL LIBERALISATION AFFECT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STOCK-MARKET AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SINGAPOR?
By Min Kok Seet; Singapore Institute of Management
   Presented by: Min Kok Seet, Singapore Institute of Management
 

3. The Role of the reciprocal grantback clause in patent licensing
By Dusanee Kesavayuth; Research Institute for Policy Evaluation and Design
   Presented by: Dusanee Kesavayuth, Research Institute for Policy Evaluation and Design
 

4. Population and Housing Dynamics: Positive Feedbacks in Singapore Housing Markets
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Lyon Loh; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Lyon Loh, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 12: EGC Session
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Re-balancing under Globalization: The Probable Chinese Path
By An-Chi Tung; Academia Sinica
Henry Wan, Jr.; Cornell University
   Presented by: Henry Wan, Jr., Cornell University
 

2. Oil Shocks and Monetary Policy Rules in Emerging Economies
By Joseph Alba; Nanyang Technological University
Wai Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Joseph Alba, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 13: Capital Flows and Exchange Rate I
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. A Model of Inflation Transmission in an Exchange Rate Target Zone
By Kevin Chua; Fordham University
   Presented by: Kevin Chua, Fordham University
 

2. Do the exchange rate arrangement and capital controls influence international capital flows and housing prices in Asia?
By Junko Shimizu; Gakushuin University
Sanae Ohno; Musashi University
   Presented by: Junko Shimizu, Gakushuin University
 

3. Asymmetric Price Impacts of Order Flow on Exchange Rate Dynamics
By Viet Nguyen; University of Melbourne
Yongcheol Shin; University of York
   Presented by: Viet Nguyen, University of Melbourne
 

4. Implications of Exchange Rate Pass-Through for International Policy Cooperation
By Masanori Kashiwagi; National Taiwan University
   Presented by: Masanori Kashiwagi, National Taiwan University
 
Session 14: Development Economics
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. THE GREEN ECONOMIC INITIATIVES (GEIs) IN THE PHILIPPINES: Theoretical Formulations and Empirical Validations
By Ernesto Gonzales Rivera; University of Sto. Tomas
   Presented by: Ernesto Gonzales Rivera, University of Sto. Tomas
 

2. Competitiveness and its Impact on Research and Development in Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Industry
By Subhrabaran Das; Assam University
   Presented by: Subhrabaran Das, Assam University
 

3. Production Smoothing in Developed Countries
By Isamu Ginama; Hiroshima University
Mitsuhiro Odaki; Hiroshima University
   Presented by: Isamu Ginama, Hiroshima University
 

4. The Determinants of Household Savings in India
By Pradyumna Dash; Indian Institute of Management Raipur, India
   Presented by: Pradyumna Dash, Indian Institute of Management Raipur, India
 
Session 15: Energy Economics
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. Storing wind for a rainy day: What kind of electricity does Denmark export?
By Nicholas Vasilakos; University of East Anglia
   Presented by: Nicholas Vasilakos, University of East Anglia
 

2. IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ELECTRICITY DEMAND OF SINGAPORE
By ,
   Presented by: Tilaklal Doshi, Energy Studies Institute
 

3. The relationship between CO2 emissions, energy consumption, and income in Thailand: an ARDL approach
By Sutida Plyngam; U.of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Sasiwimon Paweenawat; University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
   Presented by: Sutida Plyngam, U.of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
 

4. The Impact of World Oil Price Volatility on Aggregate Economic Activity in Developing Asian Economies
By Mehmet Bilgin; Istanbul Medeniyet University
Giray Gozgor; Dogus University
Gökhan Karabulut; Istanbul University
   Presented by: Mehmet Bilgin, Istanbul Medeniyet University
 

5. Do Subsidized Households Receive Low Quality Utility Services? The Case of Electricity Sector Cross-Subsidies in Colombia
By Fan Li; University of Florida
   Presented by: Fan Li, University of Florida
 
Session 16: Labor Economics I
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. RATES OF RETURN TO SCHOOLING IN THAILAND
By Kaewkwan Tangtipongkul; Thammasat University
   Presented by: Kaewkwan Tangtipongkul, Thammasat University
 

2. Market interruption and gender earning gap in Thai labor market
By Raykha Srisomboon; UTCC
   Presented by: Raykha Srisomboon, UTCC
 

3. The Specificity and Return of Human Capital: A Team-Production Approach
By Xiaoping Chen; Boston College
   Presented by: Xiaoping Chen, Boston College
 

4. Career Experiences Replaced: Emergence of Japanese Internal Labor Markets
By Masaki Nakabayashi; The University of Tokyo
   Presented by: Masaki Nakabayashi, The University of Tokyo
 
Session 17: Macroeconomics II
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Asymmetries in the Japan's revenue-expenditure nexus
By Taro Takimoto; Kyushu University
Naoki Sakamoto; Tohoku Bunka Gakuen University
   Presented by: Taro Takimoto, Kyushu University
                         Naoki Sakamoto, Tohoku Bunka Gakuen University
 

2. Can Low Interest Rates be Harmful: An Assessment of Bank Risk-Taking Channel in Asia
By Umang Rawat; University of Cambridge
Hsiao Tang; Asian Development Bank
   Presented by: Umang Rawat, University of Cambridge
 

3. Erosion of sovereignty and “non statehood” in global governance
By Giorgio Dominese; Transition Studies Network, Rome, Venice, UIBE University Beijing
Alessandro Costa; University Parthenope, Naples, Italy
   Presented by: Giorgio Dominese, Transition Studies Network, Rome, Venice, UIBE University Beijing
 

4. The effects of the monetary policies on bank credit for SME’s in the manufacturing sector: Evidence from Turkey
By Selim Süleyman; Istanbul Chamber of Commerce
   Presented by: Selim Süleyman, Istanbul Chamber of Commerce
 
Session 18: Microeconomics II
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. Prize and Punishment: Optimal Contest Design with Incomplete Information
By Bin Liu; National University of Singapore
Jingfeng Lu; National University of Singapore
Ruqu Wang; Queen's University
Jun Zhang; Shanghai University of Finance and Econo
   Presented by: Bin Liu, National University of Singapore
 

2. The Best Utilization of Heterogenous Prizes: Optimal Contest with Incomplete Information
By Jingfeng Lu; National University of Singapore
Xuyuan Liu; NUS
   Presented by: Xuyuan Liu, NUS
 

3. The Co-evolution of Beliefs and Networks
By Graeme Walker; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Graeme Walker, Simon Fraser University
 

4. Learning Under Incentives
By Gulseren Mutlu; City University of Hong Kong
   Presented by: Gulseren Mutlu, City University of Hong Kong
 
Session 19: Economic & Policy Analysis
August 7, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 837
 
 

1. Affirmative Action and Sector Selection: Malaysia's New Economic Policy
By EeCheng Ong; Brown University
   Presented by: EeCheng Ong, Brown University
 

2. HOW THE FIFTEEN YEARS OF FREE EDUCATION POLICY HAS AFFECTED CHILD LABOR IN THAILAND
By KOSOL SAEJONG
   Presented by: KOSOL SAEJONG,
 

3. Measuring Monetary Policy with Empirically Grounded Restrictions: An Application to Thailand
By Piyachart Phiromswad; Sasin of Chulalongkorn University
   Presented by: Piyachart Phiromswad, Sasin of Chulalongkorn University
 

4. Housing policies in Singapore: Evaluation of recent measures and proposals for reform
By David Lee; Ferrell
   Presented by: David Lee, Ferrell
 
Session 20: "Pacific Economic Outlook: Monetary Policy Regimes in the Pacific Region"
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Mandarin Ballroom
 
 
Session 21: Applied Econometrics II
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. Cognitive Bias, Capital Structure and Effects of Taxes: Empirical Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies
By Yan-xi Li; Dalian University of Technology
Ke-jing Chen; Dalian University of Technology
Kung’unde Marco; Dalian University of Technology
   Presented by: Ke-jing Chen, Dalian University of Technology
 

2. Currency Invoicing Decision: New Evidence from a Questionnaire Survey of Japanese Export Firms
By Satoshi Koibuchi
   Presented by: Satoshi Koibuchi,
 

3. How Does the Market React to Corporate Corruption? Evidence from Corporate Scandals in China
By Carlos Ramirez; George Mason University
   Presented by: Carlos Ramirez, George Mason University
 

4. Testing for FDI Externalities in Thailand: A firm level analysis of horizontal and vertical spillovers
By Chayanon Phucharoen; Chulalongkorn University
   Presented by: Chayanon Phucharoen, Chulalongkorn University
 
Session 22: Banking and Financial Intermediaries I
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. The Determinants of Competitive Banking: Evidence from Indonesian Banking
By tri mulyaningsih; university of canberra
Anne Daly; University of Canberra
Riyana Miranti; University of Canberra
   Presented by: tri mulyaningsih, university of canberra
 

2. Optimal Term Length for an Overconfident Central Banker
By Norimichi Matsueda; Kwansei Gakuin University
   Presented by: Norimichi Matsueda, Kwansei Gakuin University
 

3. Dynamic Depositor Discipline: Evidence from the East Asian Banks
By Fazelina Sahul Hamid; Universiti Sains Malaysia
   Presented by: Fazelina Sahul Hamid, Universiti Sains Malaysia
 
Session 23: Economic Growth I
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. Health and Wealth: Short Panel Granger Causality Tests for Developing Countries
By JUDITH ANNE CLARKE; UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Nilanjana Roy; University of Victoria
   Presented by: JUDITH ANNE CLARKE, UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
 

2. Economic Growth and Education Stocks in East Asia
By Yoshihisa Godo; Meiji Gakuin Universiity
   Presented by: Yoshihisa Godo, Meiji Gakuin Universiity
 

3. Developing the Service Sector as an Engine of Growth for Asia
By Marcus Noland; Peterson Institute for International Eco
Donghyun Park; Asian Development Bank
Gemma Estrada; Asian Development Bank
   Presented by: Gemma Estrada, Asian Development Bank
 

4. EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES’ ECONOMIC GROWTH: A MACROECONOMIC VIEW OF THEIR DEPENDENCE ON THE US & EUROPE
By Eu Chye Tan; UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
   Presented by: Eu Chye Tan, UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
 
Session 24: Environmental Economics II
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. Willingness to Pay for Cleaner Public Transportation in Metro Manila
By Jamil Paolo Francisco; Ateneo de Manila University
   Presented by: Jamil Paolo Francisco, Asian Institute of Management
 

2. Green Technology and Optimal Emissions Taxation
By Stuart McDonald; University of Queensland
Joanna Poyago-Theotoky; La Trobe University
   Presented by: Joanna Poyago-Theotoky, La Trobe University
 

3. Environmental Macroeconomic Analysis: Beyond the Three Macroeconomic Goals
By Seck Tan; National University of Singapore
   Presented by: Seck Tan, National University of Singapore
 

4. Does Piped Water Increase Happiness and Can Happiness Evaluation Be Used to Estimat Monetary Values?: A Cautionary Tale
By Phumsith Mahasuweerachai; Khon Kaen University
Jack Knetsch; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Phumsith Mahasuweerachai, Khon Kaen University
 
Session 25: Experimental and Behavioral Economics I
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Charity Giving in the Crowd: A Controlled Field Experiment
By Sarunyu Jitsophon; Osaka University
Tomoharu Mori; Osaka University
   Presented by: Sarunyu Jitsophon, Osaka University
 

2. Social Distributions and Risk-Taking in a Stochastic Effort Experiment
By Jaimie Lien; Tsinghua University
Jie Zheng; Tsinghua University
   Presented by: Jaimie Lien, Tsinghua University
 

3. Directed Reciprocity in an Exogenous Social Network: An Experiment
By Yohanes Riyanto; Nanyang Technological University
Jonathan Yeo; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Jonathan Yeo, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Is a Picture Really Worth a Thousand Words? Investigating the Relative Value of Appearances in an Investment Experiment
By Qiyan Ong; Nanyang Technological University
Walter Theseira; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Walter Theseira, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 26: Financial Crisis
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. What causes banking crises? An empirical investigation
By Vo Le; Cardiff Business School
David Meenagh; Cardiff University
Patrick Minford; Cardiff Business School
   Presented by: David Meenagh, Cardiff University
 

2. How Did the Global Financial Crisis Misalign East Asian Currencies?
By Eiji Ogawa; Hitotsubashi University
   Presented by: Eiji Ogawa, Hitotsubashi University
 

3. Contagion Mechanism of Financial Crises
By Zhenxi Chen; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Zhenxi Chen, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 27: Microeconomics III
August 7, 2013 11:15 to 12:45
Meeting Room 837
 
 

1. Games of Self-Control with Dual-Self Players
By Wei Wang; Tsinghua University
Jie Zheng; Tsinghua University
   Presented by: Jie Zheng, Tsinghua University
 

2. Recommending Customers as Return of Favors under Imperfect Public Monitoring
By Hao Zhou; Rice University
   Presented by: Hao Zhou, Rice University
 

3. Voluntary Contribution Mechanism Played with an Infinite Horizon
By lijia tan
Lijia Wei; Wuhan University
   Presented by: Lijia Wei, Wuhan University
 
Session 28: Econometrics
August 7, 2013 14:00 to 15:00
Meeting Room 831
 
 
Session 29: Empirical Economics
August 7, 2013 14:00 to 15:00
Meeting Room 832
 
 
Session 30: Behavioral Economics
August 7, 2013 14:00 to 15:00
Meeting Room 835
 
 
Session 31: Macroeconomics III
August 7, 2013 14:00 to 15:00
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. Optimal Fiscal Policy Rule to achieve Fiscal Sustainability: Comparison between Japan and Europe
By Naoyuki Yoshino; Kieo University
   Presented by: Naoyuki Yoshino, Kieo University
 
Session 32: Neuroeconomics
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Mandarin Ballroom
 
 
Session 33: Applied Econometrics III
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. THE EMPIRICAL VALIDITY OF INTRAHOUSEHOLD BARGAINING MODEL FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF TWO NATIONAL PARKS IN THE CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
By Eleanor Garoy; Saint Louis University
Christine Manipon; Saint Louis University
Gladys Navarro; Saint Louis University
   Presented by: Christine Manipon, Saint Louis University
                         Eleanor Garoy, Saint Louis University
 

2. Factors Affecting Interregional Online Trade in China: Evidence from Taobao.com
By Mingzhi Li; Tsinghua University
Qin Li; Tsinghua University
Jinfeng Luo; Tsinghua University
   Presented by: Mingzhi Li, Tsinghua University
 

3. REPLICATING SACHS AND WARNER REGRESSIONS WITH DISAGGREGATED NATURAL RESOURCES: DOES THE TYPE OF THE RESOURCE MATTER?
By Bayarmaa Dashjamts; Kyushu University
   Presented by: Bayarmaa Dashjamts, Kyushu University
 

4. Firm ownership and labour demand in Vietnamese manufacturing
By Kien Nguyen; ANU
   Presented by: Kien Nguyen, ANU
 
Session 34: Capital Flows and Exchange Rate II
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. What Moves the U.S. Real Exchange Rate in the Long Run?
By Yingzhu Li; Nanyang Technological University
Joseph Alba; Nanyang Technological University
Wai Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Yingzhu Li, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Firm Exports under Credit Constraints
By Shajuan Zhang; Yokohama National University
Lianming Zhu; Yokohama National University
   Presented by: Shajuan Zhang, Yokohama National University
                         Lianming Zhu, Yokohama National University
 

3. Exchange Rate Regimes and the Sources of Real Exchange Rate Fluctuations: Evidence from East Asia
By Tuan Khai Vu; Meisei University
   Presented by: Tuan Khai Vu, Meisei University
 
Session 35: Experimental and Behavioral Economics II
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 14:30
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. An Experimental Study of Attitude towards Compound Lottery
By Songfa Zhong; National University of Singapore
   Presented by: Songfa Zhong, National University of Singapore
 

2. The Hidden Costs of Control in the Field
By Sarunyu Jitsophon; Osaka University
Tomoharu Mori; Osaka University
   Presented by: Tomoharu Mori, Osaka University
 

3. The Role of Liquidation Policy and Disclosure of Credit History in Financial Contracting: An Experiment 
By Jia Liu; Nanyang Technological University
Yohanes Riyanto; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Jia Liu, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. When Do Women Compete with Men? Gender Differences in Competitive Behaviour in an Investment Decision Experiment
By Qiyan Ong; Nanyang Technological University
Walter Theseira; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Qiyan Ong, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 36: Macroeconomic and Business Cycles
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. CES Technology and Business Cycle Fluctuations
By Cristiano Cantore; University of Surrey
Paul Levine; University of Surrey
Bo Yang; University of Surrey
   Presented by: Bo Yang, University of Surrey
 

2. Business Cycles in Emerging Markets: the Role of Liability Dollarization and Valuation Effects
By Stefan Notz; University of Zurich
   Presented by: Stefan Notz, University of Zurich
 

3. Fiscal Policy in an Emerging Market Business Cycle Model - The Case of India
By Chetan Ghate; Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi
Pawan Gopalakrishnan; Indian Statistical Institute - Delhi Cen
Suchismita Tarafdar; Indian Statistical Institute
   Presented by: Pawan Gopalakrishnan, Indian Statistical Institute - Delhi Cen
 

4. Analysis of Cycle Asymmetries and Synchronization across Countries
By Pami Dua; Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
Vineeta Sharma; University of Delhi
   Presented by: Vineeta Sharma, University of Delhi
 
Session 37: Poverty, Inequality and Income Distribution
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Poverty-driven Vulnerability and household behaviour in uncertainties: Evidence from Perlis paddy smallholders’ farmers
By Senadjki Abdelhak; Universiti Sains Malaysia
Azlinda Azman; Universiti Sains Malaysia
Jamalludin Sulaiman; Universiti Sains Malaysia
   Presented by: Senadjki Abdelhak, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
 

2. Embodied Technological Progress and Economic Development in Poor Countries
By Raul Fuentes; Universidad Federico Santa Maria
   Presented by: Raul Fuentes, Universidad Federico Santa Maria
 

3. Development Aid, Institutions, and Poverty Reduction
By Yumeka Hirano; Nagoya University
   Presented by: Yumeka Hirano, Nagoya University
 

4. Effect of Tax Reforms on Progressivity and Horizontal Equity - in Sri Lanka
By Nisha Arunatilake; Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka
Priyanka Jayawardena; Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka
Anushka Wijesinha; Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka
   Presented by: Nisha Arunatilake, Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka
 
Session 38: Public Economics I
August 7, 2013 15:00 to 16:30
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. National Representation and Local Public Expenditure: A Natural Experiment from Japan
By Haishan Yuan; University of Maryland, College Park
   Presented by: Haishan Yuan, University of Maryland, College Park
 

2. Is Public Debt Growth-Enhancing or Growth-Reducing?
By Real Arai; Hiroshima University
Takuma Kunieda; City University of Hong Kong
Keigo Nishida; Kyoto University
   Presented by: Real Arai, Hiroshima University
 

3. Taxation and Public Goods Provision in China and Japan before 1850
By CHIAKI MORIGUCHI; Hitotsubashi University
Tuan-Hwee Sng; National University of Singapore
   Presented by: Tuan-Hwee Sng, National University of Singapore
 
Session 39: Econometric and Statistical Methods II
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. Structural Change Identification and Mean Shift Detection for ARFIMA Processes
By Fangyi He
   Presented by: Fangyi He,
 

2. Asymptotic Distribution and Finite-sample Bias of QML Estimators for Spatial Error Dependence Model
By Shew Fan Liu; Singapore Management University
Zhenlin Yang; Singapore Management University
   Presented by: Shew Fan Liu, Singapore Management University
 

3. Accuracy and efficiency of various GMM inference techniques in dynamic micro panel data models
By Jan Kiviet; University of Amsterdam/Nanyang Tech. Un
Milan Pleus; University of Amsterdam
Rutger Poldermans; University of Amsterdam
   Presented by: Rutger Poldermans, University of Amsterdam
 

4. Finite-Sample Properties of Sims-Cogley-Nason Approach
By Syed Hussain; Lahore University of Management Sciences
   Presented by: Syed Hussain, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 
Session 40: Financial Economics
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. Asian Bond Market Development
By Tatsuyoshi Miyakoshi; Hosei University
Yoshihiko Tsukuda; Tohoku University
   Presented by: Yoshihiko Tsukuda, Tohoku University
 

2. Financial Contagion and Asset Pricing
By Lei Ming Tang
   Presented by: Lei Ming Tang,
 

3. Sharp counter-trend movement: a new stylized fact in stock markets
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Yu Zhang
   Presented by: Weihong Huang, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Evolving Corporate Governance and the Dividends Behaviour Regime in Japan
By Shaif Jarallah; Tohoku University
Wali Ullah; Tohoku University
   Presented by: Shaif Jarallah, Tohoku University
 

5. What does investor sentiment reflect: animal spirits or risks?
By Sung Bin Sohn; Peking University
   Presented by: Sung Bin Sohn, Peking University
 
Session 41: Household Behavior and Family Economics
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. Household's Preparedness Towards Income Shock
By Yiing Jia Loke; School of Social Sciences
   Presented by: Yiing Jia Loke, School of Social Sciences
 

2. Does the consumption tax necessarily increase private saving?
By Kim-Heng Tan; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Kim-Heng Tan, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Implication of population aging on saving
By Chong Mun Ho; University Malaysia Sabah
S.H. Ong; University of Malaya
YII SIING WONG
   Presented by: YII SIING WONG,
 

4. Applying the Spatial Durbin Panel Model to the Consumer Behaviour toward Household Waste
By Takehiro Usui; Soka University
   Presented by: Takehiro Usui, Soka University
 
Session 42: International Economics
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. Analysis of Volatility Spillover Effects: Two-Stage Procedure Based on GARCH-M
By Parinaz Ezzati; University of Western Australia
   Presented by: Parinaz Ezzati, The University of Western Australia
 

2. On the desirability of tax coordination when countries compete in taxes and infrastructure
By Yutao Han; CREA, University of Luxembourg
   Presented by: Yutao Han, CREA, University of Luxembourg
 

3. Assessing the macro-financial linkages of the ASEAN-5 using a small open economy structural VECM Model
By Mala Raghavan; University of Tasmania
   Presented by: Mala Raghavan, University of Tasmania
 
Session 43: Macroeconomics IV
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Asset price targeting government spending and equilibrium indeterminacy in a sticky-price economy
By Kengo Nutahara; University College London and Senshu University
   Presented by: Kengo Nutahara, University College London and Senshu University
 

2. Inclusive Growth and the Conduct of Monetary Policy in Thailand
By Bhanupong Nidhiprabha; Thammasat University
   Presented by: Bhanupong Nidhiprabha, Thammasat University
 

3. Political Uncertainty in a Data-Rich Environment
By Eric Scheffel; Nottingham Business School China
   Presented by: Eric Scheffel, Nottingham Business School China
 

4. Shock Transmission, Production Fragmentation and Business Cycle Synchronization
By Kiyotaka Sato; Yokohama National University
Nagendra Shrestha; Yokohama National University
   Presented by: Nagendra Shrestha, Yokohama National University
 
Session 44: Economic Growth II
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. Sustainability of an Economy: Technology, Population Growth and Resource Rents
By Youngho Chang; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Youngho Chang, Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Tax Policy in an Economic Federation With Proportional Membership Fees
By Tomas Sjögren; Umeå University
   Presented by: Tomas Sjögren, Umeå University
 

3. A Two-Sector Model of Land Acquisition and Growth
By Satya Das; Indian Statistical Institute
Anuradha Saha; Indian Statistical Institute
   Presented by: Anuradha Saha, Indian Statistical Institute
 

4. Convergence between G4 Economies and Non-G4 Economies: A Flow of Funds Approach
By Andrew Sheng; Fung Global Institute
Kian Teng KWEK; University of Malaya
Cho Wai Cho; Taylor's University
   Presented by: Kian Teng KWEK, University of Malaya
 
Session 45: Microeconomics IV
August 7, 2013 17:00 to 18:15
Meeting Room 837
 
 

1. Competition from Product Line in a Consumer Search Model
By Kuson Leawsakul; Thammasat University
   Presented by: Kuson Leawsakul, Thammasat University
 

2. A feedback effect from stock market trading to innovations in a Bertrand duopoly
By Haina Ding; University of Toulouse 1
   Presented by: Haina Ding, University of Toulouse 1
 

3. Learning in Monopolies with Delayed Price Information
By Akio Matsumoto; Chuo University
Keiko Nakayama; Chukyo University
Ferenc Szidarovszky; University of Arizona
   Presented by: Akio Matsumoto, Chuo University
                         Keiko Nakayama, Chukyo University
 
Session 46: Asian Economies
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. Establishing Regional Identities in East Asia: Assessing the Trade Strategies of China and India
By Evelyn Devadason; University of Malaya
   Presented by: Evelyn Devadason, University of Malaya
 

2. Institutional Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in ASEAN
By wanasin sattayanuwat; Srinakharinwirot University
   Presented by: wanasin sattayanuwat, Srinakharinwirot University
 

3. Industry Effect of the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement on China
By Qiaomin Li; University of Auckland
   Presented by: Qiaomin Li, University of Auckland
 

4. MEDICAL TOURISM IN MALAYSIA, SINGAPORE AND THAILAND
By Chantal Herberholz; Chulalongkorn University
Siripen Supakankunti; Chulalongkorn University
   Presented by: Chantal Herberholz, Chulalongkorn University
 

5. Impact of Eurozone Crisis on India and China
By Pami Dua; Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
Divya Tuteja; Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
   Presented by: Divya Tuteja, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
 
Session 47: Health Economics
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. Financing National Health Insurance: Challenge of Fast Population Aging
By Minchung Hsu; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Pei-Ju Liao; Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
   Presented by: Pei-Ju Liao, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
 

2. Median Voter’s Beliefs and Redistributive Policies: Evidence on Public Health Expenditure from 62 countries
By Eduardo Araral; National University of Singapore
Jiwei Qian; National University of Singapore
   Presented by: Eduardo Araral, National University of Singapore
 

3. Health spending and health outcomes: A panel data analysis
By Tomoki Fujii; Singapore Management University
   Presented by: Tomoki Fujii, Singapore Management University
 

4. A Quantile Regression Approach Examining the Determinants of the Body Mass Index in Australia
By Elisa Rose Birch; University of Western Australia
   Presented by: Elisa Rose Birch, University of Western Australia
 

5. Personality, Education, and Health Related Outcomes
By Peter Savelyev; Vanderbilt University
Kegon Tan; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   Presented by: Kegon Tan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
Session 48: Industrial Organization: Theory
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. Bundling of non-complementary products in a duopoly market
By QUIN HU; Kobe University
TAKASHI YANAGAWA; Kobe University
   Presented by: TAKASHI YANAGAWA, Kobe University
                         QUIN HU, Kobe University
 

2. Endogenous R&D Networks among Upstream Firms
By Dusanee Kesavayuth; Research Institute for Policy Evaluation and Design
Constantine Manasakis; University of Crete
Vasileios Zikos; University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
   Presented by: Vasileios Zikos, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
 

3. The Theory of the Firm: An Extension with Primary Factors of Production and Procurement of Ingredient Inputs
By Hiroaki Hayakawa; Chuo University
   Presented by: Hiroaki Hayakawa, Chuo University
 

4. Firm Heterogeneity, Asymmetric Entry Cost and Regional Disparity
By Guohua Peng; Jinan University
   Presented by: Guohua Peng, Jinan University
 
Session 49: Labor Economics II
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. Long-Run Effect of High-Skilled Immigration on U.S. Firms: Evidence from the Raising of H-1B Visa Ceiling in 1998
By Carl Lin; Beijing Normal University and IZA
   Presented by: Carl Lin, Beijing Normal University and IZA
 

2. Astronomics in Action: The Dragon Effect and the Graduate Earnings Premium in Singapore
By Nicholas Sim; University of Adelaide
   Presented by: Nicholas Sim, University of Adelaide
 

3. Mandated benefits, labour costs, and the effect on capital investments
By Ping-Lung Hsin; National Taiwan University
Tobias Haepp; National Taiwan University
Meng-Yu Tsai; National Taiwan University
   Presented by: Tobias Haepp, National Taiwan University
 

4. The Effects of a Teacher Performance-Pay Program on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
By Yusuke Jinnai; University of Rochester
   Presented by: Yusuke Jinnai, University of Rochester
 
Session 50: Macroeconomics V
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Financial Factors and Fiscal Policy
By Vishrut Rana; Singapore Management University
   Presented by: Vishrut Rana, Singapore Management University
 

2. Government Spending and Endogenous Growth: A New Monetarist Approach
By Richard Suen; University of Connecticut
Wei Wang; University of Connecticut
   Presented by: Wei Wang, University of Connecticut
 

3. Inflation and Asset Returns in a New Keynesian Model for Thailand, Including the Housing Sector
By Mutichai Aroonrueangaram; Thammasart University
   Presented by: Mutichai Aroonrueangaram, Thammasart University
 

4. Inflation, Endogenous Market Segmentation and the Term Structure of Interest Rates
By Xuedong Wang; Erasmus University of Rotterdam
   Presented by: Xuedong Wang, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
 
Session 51: Microeconomics V
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. Can Zero Intelligence Agents Survive A Number Guessing Game?
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Yu Zhang
   Presented by: Yu Zhang,
 

2. Demo or No Demo: Supplying Costly Signals to Improve Profits
By Fan Li; University of Florida
   Presented by: Fan Li, University of Florida
 

3. Dynamic Information Disclosure
By ,
   Presented by: Pak Hung Au, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

4. The over-investment puzzle in contests and higher-order risk attitudes
By Paan Jindapon; University of Alabama
   Presented by: Paan Jindapon, University of Alabama
 
Session 52: Public Economics II
August 8, 2013 9:00 to 10:30
Meeting Room 837
 
 

1. COMMUTING AND CITY STATES: PREREQUISITES FOR DECENTRALIZED COMMUTING POLICY IN A MULTI-LEVEL-SYSTEM
By André Heinemann; University of Bremen
Andreas Knorr; German Univ. of Administrative Sciences
   Presented by: André Heinemann, University of Bremen
 

2. Subsidies, Dedicated Smart Cards and Direct Benefit Transfer Programs
By Daniel Lewis; Chulalongkorn University
   Presented by: Daniel Lewis, Chulalongkorn University
 

3. Congestion and Agglomeration: A Study of the Spatial Impacts of Public Infrastructure
By Xiangyang zhang; Southeast University
Yumei He; Southeast University
   Presented by: Yumei He, Southeast University
 
Session 53: Applied Econometrics IV
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 831
 
 

1. Exploring the differences among adopters, adapters and creators of innovation in the Malaysian Services Sector
By Suresh Narayanan; Universiti Sains Malaysia
Mehrshad Parvin Hosseini; Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
   Presented by: Mehrshad Parvin Hosseini, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
 

2. Heterogeneity in trade duration and firm subsidy -----evidence from the annual survey of Chinese industrial firm data in 1998-2007
By zhao li; shanghai institude of foreign trade
sun ren; shanghai institude of foreign trade
   Presented by: zhao li, shanghai institude of foreign trade
 

3. Testing for Financing Constraints on Chinese Manufacturing Firms
By Chanbora Ek; Nanyang Technological University
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Chanbora Ek, Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Testing the Theory of Multitasking: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment in Chinese Factories
By Fuhai Hong; Nanyang Technological University
Tanjim Hossain; University of Toronto
John List; University of Chicago
   Presented by: Fuhai Hong, Nanyang Technological University
 
Session 54: Banking and Financial Intermediaries II
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 832
 
 

1. Relationship vs Transaction Based Matching in the Japanese Corporate Bond Market
By Colin McKenzie; Keio University
   Presented by: Colin McKenzie, Keio University
 

2. Banks, Stock and Economic Growth: Evidence from Malaysia
By Hau Ming Tang; Universiti Malaysia Sabah
   Presented by: Hau Ming Tang, Universiti Malaysia Sabah
 

3. Regional Implications of Financial Market Development: Credit Rationing, Trade, and Location
By Maximilian von Ehrlich; ETH Zurich
Tobias Seidel; University of Duisburg-Essen
   Presented by: Maximilian von Ehrlich, ETH Zurich
 
Session 55: Macroeconomics VI
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 833
 
 

1. A Structural Interpretation of Changes in the Macroeconomic Effects of Oil Prices by Cross Wavelet Transforms
By Wai Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
Zichun Huang; NTU
Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Zichun Huang, NTU
 

2. Flexibility of Deficit Ceiling and Income Fluctuation
By Toshihiro Ihori; University of Tokyo
   Presented by: Toshihiro Ihori, University of Tokyo
 

3. Term Structure and Macroeconomy in Thailand
By Chaleampong Kongcharoen; Thammasat University
   Presented by: Chaleampong Kongcharoen, Thammasat University
 

4. The Macroeconomic Impact of Commodity Price Booms
By Anthony Makin; Griffith University
   Presented by: Anthony Makin, Griffith University
 

5. The Size of Foreign Exchange Reserve and Local Currency Internationalization: Cross-Country Evidence
By Zhiwen Zhang; Sun Yat-sen University
   Presented by: Zhiwen Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University
 
Session 56: Labor Economics III
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 834
 
 

1. Is the fertility response to the Australian baby bonus heterogeneous across maternal age? Evidence from Victoria
By J BOYMAL; RMIT
Ashton de Silva; RMIT University
Sarah Sinclair; RMIT
   Presented by: Sarah Sinclair, RMIT
 

2. The Labor Participation – Fertility Trade-off: Exploring Fecundity and its Consequences to Women’s Employment in the Philippines
By Ariane Lim; De La Salle University
Kenneth Santos; De La Salle University
Daphne Ashley Sze; De La Salle University
   Presented by: Daphne Ashley Sze, De La Salle University
                         Ariane Lim, De La Salle University
                         Kenneth Santos, De La Salle University
 

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Session 57: Microeconomics VI
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 835
 
 

1. Capital price under trade between asymmetric partners
By Sergey Kichko; NRU HSE
Sergey Kokovin; Novosibirsk State University
Evgeny Zhelobodko; NRU HSE, NSU, IM SB RAS
   Presented by: Sergey Kichko, NRU HSE
 

2. Impacts of Technological Gap in Heterogeneous Oligopoly
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Yang Zhang; University of Macau
   Presented by: Yang Zhang, University of Macau
 

3. Competing Candidates, Competing Interest Groups, and the Efficacy of Political Threats
By Nicolas Motz; University College London
   Presented by: Nicolas Motz, University College London
 

4. The Effect of System 1 and System 2 on Decision Making
By Hai Jingjing
Roland Cheo; Shandong University
   Presented by: Hai Jingjing,
 
Session 58: Singapore Economy
August 8, 2013 11:00 to 12:30
Meeting Room 836
 
 

1. The Estimates of Private Final Consumption Expenditure in the Colony of Singapore, 1880-1900: Progress and Perspectives
By Ichiro Sugimoto; Soka University
   Presented by: Ichiro Sugimoto, Soka University
 

2. Structural Changes in Singapore Private Property Market: A Wavelet Approach
By Weihong Huang; Nanyang Technological University
Wanyi Yang; Nanyang Technological University
   Presented by: Wanyi Yang, Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Herd Behavior in Stock Markets: A Cross-Cultural Analysis
By Yinshan Loh; monetary authority of singapore
Eduardo Araral; Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
   Presented by: Yinshan Loh, monetary authority of singapore
 

4. Population Ageing And Fiscal Sustainability: Generational Accounting In Singapore
By Ngee-Choon Chia; National University of Singapore
   Presented by: Ngee-Choon Chia, National University of Singapore

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