Singapore Economic Review Conference (SERC) 2019

Singapore

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

 

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Session
ID code
Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
1August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 ASEAN I4
2August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Behavioral I4
3August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Environmental I - Carbon Policy & Market4
4August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Financial I - Corporate Finance4
5August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Innovation & Technology I4
6August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Microeconomics I - Firm Behavior4
7August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Econometrics I - Recent Trends & Development I4
8August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 Education & Health I4
9August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Macroeconomics I - Monetary4
10August 5, 2019
13:45-15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Singapore I4
11August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 Behavioral II - Finance & Auction4
12August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Chinese Economy I3
13August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Econometrics II - Recent Trends & Development II3
14August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Environmental II - Pollution & Natural Disaster3
15August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Microeconomics II - Household Financial Decision4
16August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Political I - Corruption & Conflict4
17August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Financial II - Financial Institutions4
18August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 International I4
19August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Macroeconomics II - Wage & Employment3
20August 5, 2019
15:30-16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Public I - Government Expenditure4
21August 5, 2019
16:55-18:15
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 Behavioral III4
22August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Chinese Economy II3
23August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Financial III - Chinese Market3
24August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Labor I - Family & Fertility3
25August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Microeconomics III - Productivity & Firm Performance3
26August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Urban I3
27August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 International II - Investment3
28August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 Macroeconomics III - Fiscal3
29August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Econometrics III - Empirical Applications3
30August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Public II3
31August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 ASEAN II4
32August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Financial IV - Cryptocurrency4
33August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 International III - Foreign Exchange4
34August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Labor II - Human Capital4
35August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Microeconomics IV - Market Structure & Design4
36August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Public III - Tax4
37August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Development & Growth I - Investment & Infrastructure4
38August 5, 2019
16:55-17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 Organised Session: Environment and Innovation4
39August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Macroeconomics IV4
40August 6, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Macroeconomics V4
41August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 Behavioral IV4
42August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Environmental III - Climate & Sustainability4
43August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Financial V - Empirical Studies4
44August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Information & Uncertainty I3
45August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Microeconomics V - Equity & Inequality4
46August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Microeconomics VI3
47August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Development & Growth II4
48August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 International IV - China & Trade4
49August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Labor III4
50August 6, 2019
16:30-17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Macroeconomics VI - Money & Interest Rates4
51August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 ASEAN III4
52August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Political II4
53August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Behavioral V4
54August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Education & Health II4
55August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Environmental IV3
56August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Industrial Organization I4
57August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Microeconomics VII - Household Behavior & Family Economics I4
58August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Financial VI4
59August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 International V - Trade, Integration & Growth4
60August 7, 2019
11:00-12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Macroeconomics VII4
61August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801 ASEAN IV4
62August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802 Development & Growth III4
63August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803 Environmental V2
64August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804 Financial VII2
65August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805 Information & Uncertainty II4
66August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Grand Mandarin Ballroom Microeconomics VIII - Household Behavior & Family Economics II3
67August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 603 Industrial Organization II4
68August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 604 International VI4
69August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 605 Macroeconomics VIII4
70August 7, 2019
15:50-17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 606 Public IV4
 

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Singapore Economic Review Conference (SERC) 2019

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session ID 1: ASEAN I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Determinants of Goodwill of Mergers and Acquisitions in Thailand: A Firm Level Analysis
By Pituwan Poramapojn; Chulalongkorn University
 

2. Are we better than Our Parents? Evidence of Intergenerational Social Mobility in Indonesia
By Teuku Riefky; University of Warwick
Irsyan Hayat; Ministry of Finance
 

3. Does Feldstein–Horioka Puzzle Exist among South Asian Countries? A Regime Switching Approach
By SURESH PATRA; Xavier University Bhubaneswar
Ranjan Mohanty; National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi, India
 

4. Assessing Monetary Model of Exchange Rate Determination of Indonesia after 2000
By Yuniarto Hadiwibowo; Polytechnic of State Finance STAN
Raynal Yasni; Polytechnic of State Finance STAN
 
Session ID 2: Behavioral I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Lone Wolf Defectors Undermine the Power of the Default
By Jonathan TAN; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Do Young Children Incur the Intrinsic Cost of Lying?
By Taisen He; Nanyang Technological University.
 

3. Facebook Data: Sharing, Caring, and Selling
[slides]
By Renate Schubert; ETH Zurich
Ioana Marinica; ETH Zurich
 

4. Accents, National Identity and Trust Behaviors
By Tai-Sen He; Nanyang Technological University
Yupeng Li; Nanyang Technological University
Mongoljin Batsaikhan; Georgetown University
 
Session ID 3: Environmental I - Carbon Policy & Market
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. Return and Volatility Spillovers across the Energy and Carbon Markets: New Evidence from the Time-Frequency Domain
By Xie He; Kobe University
Shigeyuki Hamori; Kobe University
 

2. Modeling the dependence between the carbon futures market and renewable energy stock indices
By Guizhou Liu; Kobe University
Shigeyuki Hamori; Kobe University
 

3. Impact of regional carbon policies on CO2 and air pollutant emissions in China: a multi-regional dynamic CGE modeling based study
By Wenwen Zhang; University of Auckland
 

4. Price Linkage of Chinese Pilot Carbon Emission Trading Markets: Empirical Study Based on Guangzhou and Shenzhen
By Hongyan Li; National University of Singapore
 
Session ID 4: Financial I - Corporate Finance
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Corporate Governance,agency cost, ownership and capital strucure of internet related firms
By Ee-Lin Goh; Ntu
 

2. Corporate social responsibility of Islamic labeled firms
[slides]
By M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
 

3. How top managers’ technological background and political connections affect corporate innovation: Evidence from Chinese growth enterprises
By Youxia Sun; East China Normal University
Li Wang; East China Normal University
 

4. Do Productive Firms Get External Finance? Evidence from Chinese Listed Manufacturing Firms
[slides]
By Minjia Chen; University of Nottingham
 
Session ID 5: Innovation & Technology I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. CAN FARMING PRACTICE EXPLAIN MODERN-DAY ATTITUDES TOWARDS TECHNOLOGY?
By Dinithi Jayasekara; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Do We Innovate atop of Giant’s Shoulders?
By Fushu Luan; Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University
 

3. Uncertainty–Innovation Nexus, 1883–2016
By Wei-Fong Pan; University of Reading
 

4. Imitative Technology or Original Technology? ——Impact of Government Intervention on Corporate Innovation
By Zhenzhen Chen; Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Yum Kwan; City University of Hong Kong
Changsheng Xu; Huazhong University of Science and Technology
 
Session ID 6: Microeconomics I - Firm Behavior
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Corruption, Government Assistance, and Firm Efficiency: SMEs in Vietnam
By Ngoc Hoang; Macquarie University, Australia
Daehoon Nahm; Macquarie University
Michael Dobbie; Macquarie University
 

2. Firm Specific Trade Policy: Evidence on Effectiveness and Mechanisms
By Jakob Munch; University of Copenhagen
 

3. Firm Sorting, Agglomeration, and Quality Specialization Across Space: Theory and Quantification
By Pao-Li Chang; Singapore Management University
Angdi LU; Singapore Management University
Xin Yi; Singapore Management University
 

4. CEO Marital Status and Corporate Innovation
By Y. Zhang; University of Macau
Mengling Li; Xiamen University
Huanhuan Zheng; National University of Singapore
 
Session ID 7: Econometrics I - Recent Trends & Development I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. SIEVE ESTIMATION OF MULTINOMIAL MODELS WITHOUT DISTRIBUTIONAL ASSUMPTIONS
By Haiqing Xu; University of Texas
 

2. Diagnostics Test for Lack of Identification in GMM Models
By Stephen Donald; University of Texas at Austin
Yu-Chin Hsu; Academia Sinica
Shu Shen; University of California, Davis
 

3. Comparing Econometric Analysis with Machine Learning Approaches: A Study on Singapore Private Property Market
By Tingbin Bian; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Jin Chen; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Jingyi Li; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 

4. A quantile estimation on food expenditure patterns of the Malaysian lower and higher-income households
By Jan-Jan Soon; Universiti Utara Malaysia
Shri Dewi Applanaidu; Universiti Utara Malaysia
Azira Abdul Adzis; Universiti Utara Malaysia
 
Session ID 8: Education & Health I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Do you speak my language? The effect of sharing a teacher's native language on student achievement
By Kelvin KC Seah; National University of Singapore & IZA
 

2. The Effect of Health Infrastructure Coverage on the Utilization of Indonesia’s Universal Health Insurance.
[slides]
By Lusie Wardani; Indonesia University
Yohanna Gultom; Universitas Indonesia
 

3. Risk and Time Preferences after Natural Disasters
By Dhanushka Thamarapani; California State University, Chico
Marc Rockmore; Clark University
 

4. Private Long-term Care Insurance Premium and Population Structure: Evidence from the United States
By Wei-Hua Tian; National Cheng Kung University
Joseph J. Tien; Tamkang University
 
Session ID 9: Macroeconomics I - Monetary
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. The Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks on Inequality in Japan
By Masayuki Inui; Bank of Japan
Nao Sudo; Bank of Japan
Tomoaki Yamada; Meiji University
 

2. Monetary policies and Sovereign debt default
By Chien Ting; Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology
 

3. Monetary Policy Shock Identification using Economic Forecasts in Korea
By Seungyoon Lee; Bank of Korea
Jongwook Park; Bank of Korea
 

4. Monetary and Fiscal Policy Rules in an Endogenous Growth Model
By Norlin KHALID; National University of Malaysia
 
Session ID 10: Singapore I
August 5, 2019 13:45 to 15:05
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Economic Impact of Transboundary Haze in 2015: The Experience of Singapore
By Chia Wai Mun; NTU
Euston Quah; Nanyang Technological University
Tsiat Siong Tan; Nanyang Technological University Singapore
 

2. Economic Costs of Transboundary Haze in Singapore and Malaysia: A Contingent Valuation Approach
By Euston Quah; Nanyang Technological University
Wai Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
Tsiat Siong Tan; Nanyang Technological University Singapore
 

3. Social Protection Programs and Assessment through Social Protection Indicator - Singapore Case
[slides]
By Suman Sharma; Division of Economics, NTU
 

4. The Preliminary GDP Estimates of Singapore, 1870-1900:Progress and Perspective
By Ichiro Sugimoto; Soka University
 
Session ID 11: Behavioral II - Finance & Auction
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Delegated Portfolio Management and Asset Price Dynamics: An Experiment
By Edward Halim; Nanyang Technological University
Yohanes Riyanto; Nanyang Technological University
Nilanjan Roy; City University of Hong Kong
 

2. Asset Pricing with Ambiguous Signals: An Experiment
By Te Bao; Nanyang Technological University
John Duffy; University of California, Irvine
Jiahua Zhu; Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Investor sentiment, behavioral heterogeneity and stock market dynamics
By Changtai Li; Nanyang Technological University
Sook Rei Tan; Nanyang Technological University
Sy Ha Ho; Nanyang Technological University
Wai Mun Chia; Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Shill Bidding and Information in Sequential Auctions: A Laboratory Study
By Jim Ingebretsen Carlson; Uppsala university
Tingting Wu; Universitat Auònoma de Barcelona
 
Session ID 12: Chinese Economy I
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Productivity of Core Infrastructure Investment in China: An Input-Output Approach
By Zhifeng Wang; Hunan University, China
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 

2. Collateral Rights and Firm Export Performance: Quasi‐experimental Evidence from Property Law Enactment in China
By Jiankun LU; Zhejiang University of Finance & Econ
 

3. New Keynesian Phillips Curve: Sticky Information or Sticky Price? A Comparative Study of Mainland China and Hong Kong
By Tsz Hin Hung; City University of Hong Kong
Yum Kwan; City University of Hong Kong
 
Session ID 13: Econometrics II - Recent Trends & Development II
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. What’s next in economics: Using AI to model the emergence of trends in economic research.
By Alona Zharova; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Jan Hansen; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Mona Schirmer; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 

2. Have Econometric Analyses of Happiness Data Been Futile? A Simple Truth About Happiness Scales
By Le-Yu Chen; Academia Sinica
Ekaterina Oparina; University of Surrey
Nattavudh Powdthavee; Warwick Business School
Sorawoot Srisuma; University of Surrey
 

3. Variable Specific Constant Elasticity of Substitution in Production
[slides]
By Leon Wegge; University of California Davis
 
Session ID 14: Environmental II - Pollution & Natural Disaster
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Size Control or Intensity Control: A Comparative Study of Two Popular Pollution Control Mandates
By Hongyu Nian; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 

2. Do the poor suffer more from industrial pollution?
By Xuemei Zhang; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 

3. An Enquiry into the Nature of Trust: Floods as Natural Experiments
By Muhammad Rahman; Monash University Malaysia
Grace, H.Y. Lee; Monash University Malaysia
Susantha Jayasinghe; Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre
 
Session ID 15: Microeconomics II - Household Financial Decision
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Repayment and Harassment: Evidence from Singapore's Unlicensed Moneylending Market
By Kaiwen Leong; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Who needs guidance from a financial adviser? Japanese survey evidence
By Hiroshi Fujiki; Chuo University
 

3. Household financial decision-making, debt and mental health in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area
By Chantal Herberholz; Chulalongkorn University
 

4. Household Investment Decisions Regarding Structured Bonds in Low Interest-Rate Environments
By Hirotaka Fushiya; Aoyama Gakuin University
Tomoki Kitamura; Tohoku Gakuin University
Munenori Nakasato; Aoyama Gakuin University
 
Session ID 16: Political I - Corruption & Conflict
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. The Pattern of Corruption in Indonesia Sub-National Level: Perception and Judicial Report Approach
By Zuhairan Yunan; University of Canberra
 

2. The Rise of Radicalism: Self-Serving Leadership and Asymmetric Information
By Heng Chen; The University of Hong Kong
 

3. Do Perceptions of Economic Wellbeing Predict the Onset of War and Peace?
By Nattavudh Powdthavee; Warwick Business School
Eik Swee; University of Melbourne
Haikun ZHAN; University of Melbourne
 

4. Do Chinese Enterprises’ Political Capital Change Their Performance? Empirical Research Using Data from Yangzhou City’s People’s Congress and Industrial Enterprises
By KAI KAJITANI; Kobe University
 
Session ID 17: Financial II - Financial Institutions
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. Balance Billing and Health Care Cost: Evidence from Cardiac Stents
By Ginger Jin; University of Maryland
Hsien-Ming Lien; National ChengChi University
Xuezhen Tao; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

2. The Determinants of Banks’ Cost Efficiency in a Highly Dollarized Economy: Stochastic Frontier Analysis of Cambodian Commercial Banks
By Hidenobu Okuda; Hitotsubashi University
Daiju Aiba; Japan International Cooperation Agency
 

3. Imperfect competition and participation in voluntary insurance markets
By Hansel Teo; Toulouse School of Economics
 

4. Hoarding International Reserves for Stormy Days: Testing the Buffer Stock Financial Services of International Reserves
By Joshua Aizenman; USC and the NBER
Yothin Jinjarak; Victoria University of Wellington
 
Session ID 18: International I
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Bank Lending Channel and International Capital Flows into a Banking Sector in a Dollarized Economy
By Daiju Aiba; JICA Research Institute
 

2. Global Liquidity and Reallocation of Domestic Credit
By Masahiro Enya; Kanazawa University
 

3. The coevolution of trade agreements and investment treaties: Some evidence from network analysis
By Nyi Nyi Htwe; Hiroshima University
 

4. Residential Mortgage Loans Default in Malaysia: What are the Factors?
By Azira Abdul Adzis; Universiti Utara Malaysia
 
Session ID 19: Macroeconomics II - Wage & Employment
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Wage Premium in The Formal Sector: Evidence From IFLS
[slides]
By Xiaochen Bian; NUS
John Ham; NYU Abu Dhabi
 

2. Long Live the Vacancy
By Christian Haefke; New York University, Abu Dhabi
Michael Reiter; Institute for Advanced Studies
 

3. Interactions between Monetary and Fiscal Stimulus and Regional Employment: Evidence from Japan
[slides]
By Tomomi Miyazaki; Kobe University
Haruo Kondoh; Seinan Gakuin University
 
Session ID 20: Public I - Government Expenditure
August 5, 2019 15:30 to 16:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Adverse selection, bequest motive, and public annuities
By Sau-Him Lau; University of Hong Kong
 

2. A Comparison of Pay-as-you-go and Fully Funded Pension System under Exogenous and Endogenous Fertility
[slides]
By Chunlin WAN; Sichuan University
Xiang Deng; Sichuan University
Zheng Lu; Sichuan University
 

3. Investments and budgets for Defense: synergies in the high-tech industrial sectors. The case of Europe and the main international players
[slides]
By Giorgio Dominese; Transition Studies Research Network and Transition Academia Press, Venice
 

4. Long Term Care Insurance Experience in Singapore: Shield Index and Product Design
By Ngee Choon Chia; National University of Singapore
 
Session ID 21: Behavioral III
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 18:15
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. The Backfire of Peer Pressure in Education
By weiguang deng; Hunan University
Jubo Yan; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Social Identity and Incentives in Workgroups
By Jonathan Yeo; Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Collective rent-seeking when there is a prize sharing option: A laboratory experiment
By Klarizze Puzon; Osaka University
Marc Willinger; CEE-M, University of Montpellier
 

4. Visceral Influences on Gender Difference in Competitiveness
By Songfa Zhong; National University of Singapore
 
Session ID 22: Chinese Economy II
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. A Tale of Two Policies: Migration and Local Land Supply in China
By Yang Tang; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. China's Economic Growth and Development: A Macroeconomic Analysis
By Eu Chye Tan; UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
Deboshree Ghosh; University of Aberdeen
 

3. Real Exchange Rate Volatility and Productivity Shocks: Evidence from China and Emerging Economies
By yajie wang; harbin institute of technology ,china
 
Session ID 23: Financial III - Chinese Market
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. Are Chinese Shares Overvalued?
By Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Guiying Laura Wu; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Off-Shore Fears and On-Shore Risk: Exchange-Rate Pressures and Bank Volatility in China
By Jennifer Lai; Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Paul McNelis; Fordham University
 

3. Public sector overmanning and local firm value: Evidence from China
[slides]
By Zhengyi Zhou; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 
Session ID 24: Labor I - Family & Fertility
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Assessing on the Impact of Higher Housing Price on Fertility Rate: The Case of Malaysia’s Three Ethnic Groups
By Wang Li Wong; Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
Chin Lee; Universiti Putra Malaysia
Kelly Kai Seng Wong; UPM
 

2. Female Labor Supply, Family size and Gender Inequality
By Nguyen Doan; Victoria University of Wellington
 

3. The Extensive and Intensive Margins of Time Investments on the Skill Development of Children and Adolescents
By Rachel Tan
Kong Weng Ho; Singapore Management University
 
Session ID 25: Microeconomics III - Productivity & Firm Performance
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Using Cost Functions to Estimate Productivity and Abatement Efficiency: The Effect of Coal Subsides and Relaxed Emission Standards
By Scott Atkinson; University of Georgia
Rong Luo; University of Georgia
 

2. Global Value Chains and Domestic Innovation
By Keiko Ito; Chuo University
 

3. Does ‘Green’ Matter? Environmental Management and Firm Performance in China
By Mirabelle Muuls; Imperial College London
Soo Keong Yong; Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
 
Session ID 26: Urban I
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Urban network externalities, agglomeration economies and urban economic growth
By Yin Huang; Harbin Institute of Technology
tao hong; Harbin Institute of Technology
tao ma; Harbin Institute of Technology
 

2. Does Rail Transit Effectively Mitigates Urban Traffic Congestion? Empirical Analysis Based on Regression Discontinuity Design
By guoqiang feng; Lanzhou University
Jing LI; Lanzhou University
 

3. Who, Where, What? Residential Property Investment in Australia
By Maria Yanotti; University of Tasmania
 
Session ID 27: International II - Investment
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. International Migration and Foreign Direct Investment in a Macro-Dynamic Model of Two Small Open Economies
By Sokchea Lim; John Carroll University
 

2. Cyclical Trend, Valuation Effect and International Consumption Risk Shariing
By Quan Yang; Xiamen University
Nan Bao; Blue Town Group
 

3. Determinants of inward foreign direct investment: Comparison across different country groups
By Minakshee Das; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
 
Session ID 28: Macroeconomics III - Fiscal
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Implementing Fiscal Policy with Countercyclical Idiosyncratic Investment Risks and Heterogeneous Agents
By Meng Li; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

2. Do debt and growth dance together? A DSGE model of a small open economy with sovereign debt
By Zixi Liu; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

3. USING STOCK RETURNS TO IDENTIFY GOVERNMENT SPENDING SHOCKS: THE CASE OF CHINA
By Tian Lei
 
Session ID 29: Econometrics III - Empirical Applications
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Party Alternation and Fiscal Performance—Evidence from Spatial Econometric Analysis of Taiwan’s Local Government
By Jr-Tsung Huang; National Chengchi University
 

2. SOE prevalence and intergenerational income mobility: Evidence from China
By Zheng Fang; Singapore University of Social Sciences
 

3. Predicting Currency Crises: an Endogenous Multivariable Markov Regime Switching Approach
By Junyi Shi; Beijing Normal University
 
Session ID 30: Public II
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Price versus quantity in a mixed duopoly: an endogenous choice of optimal privatization and subsidization policies
By Jiaqi Chen; Chonnam National University, South Korea
Sang-Ho Lee; Chonnam National University, South Korea
 

2. Political Competition and Political Alignment: The Introduction of Childbirth Grants in Local Governments
By Jiyoung Kim; Incheon National University
 

3. The Analysis of Income Distribution through Personal Income Tax System in Thailand
By Duangmanee Laovakul; Thammasat University
Chayanee Chawanote; Thammasat University
 
Session ID 31: ASEAN II
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Effects of transitory and permanent global oil market shocks on small emerging ASEAN Economies
By Mala Raghavan; University of Tasmania
 

2. Investigating debt-growth effect via TFP nexus in the context of moderate debt level - ASEAN-4 countries
By Hoda Hajian; Universiti Putra Malaysia
Shivee Ranjanee Kaliappan; Universiti Putra Malaysia
Azali Mohamed; University Putra Malaysia
 

3. The Effects of Renewable Energy-Based Electrification on Poverty Reduction in Non-grid Villages in Indonesia
By Hanni Wirawan; University of Indonesia
Yohanna Gultom; University of Indonesia
 

4. Does Money Matter for Electability? Lesson Learned from the 2014 Legislative Election in Indonesia
[slides]
By I Gede Sthitaprajna Virananda; Universitas Indonesia
Teguh Dartanto; Universitas Indonesia
Bintang Wijaya; Universitas Indonesia
 
Session ID 32: Financial IV - Cryptocurrency
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Sentiment Measurement with Emojis and the Impact of Sentiment Dispersion on the Cryptocurrency Market Forecasting
By wolfgang haerdle; Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin
Xinwen Ni; Humboldt University
 

2. Discover Regional and Size Effects in Global Bitcoin Blockchain via Sparse-Group Network AutoRegressive Modeling
By Simon Trimborn; National University of Singapore
 

3. Digital Tokens from Machine Learning Perspectives
By Voraprapa Nakavachara; Chulalongkorn University
Tanapong Potipiti; Chulalongkorn University
Thanawan lertmongkolnam; Bolliger & Company (Thailand), Co. Ltd.
 

4. Cryptocurrency, Delivery lag, and Double spending attack history
By Kee Youn Kang; Yonsei University
 
Session ID 33: International III - Foreign Exchange
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. An analysis of comoment relations in the currency markets
By Renee Fry-McKibbin; Australian National University
Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo; University of Melbourne
Cody Yu-Ling Hsiao; Macau University of Science and Technology
 

2. Pegging or Floating Against International Currencies? A Markov-switching Perspective of Asian Exchange Rate Practices
By Benjamin Keddad; Paris School of Business
Kiyotaka Sato; Yokohama National University/ Edith Cowa
 

3. Adopting the Industry-Specific G-PPP Model into the Major Manufacturing Sectors in East Asia
By Kentaro Kawasaki; Toyo University
Kiyotaka Sato; Yokohama National University/ Edith Cowa
 

4. Tolerance of Flexibility: Foreign Exchange Intervention and Managed Floating Redux
By dong lu; Renmin University of China
Hang Zhou; University of International Business and Economics
 
Session ID 34: Labor II - Human Capital
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Provision of firm-sponsored training to temporary workers and labor market performance
By Makoto Masui; Soka University
 

2. Educational Mismatches and Wage Differentials in Thailand
By Chayanee Chawanote; Thammasat University
Patamawadee Bunjusuph; Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board
 

3. The “Scarring” Effects of Informal Employment in Indonesia
By Tomoko Utsumi; Soka University
 

4. THE ALLOCATION OF TALENT AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
By Jiong Zhu; Renmin University of China
 
Session ID 35: Microeconomics IV - Market Structure & Design
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Information Control in the Hold-up Problem
[slides]
By Anh Nguyen; Carnegie Mellon University
Teck Yong Tan; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Optimal Information Disclosure in All-pay Auction
By Zijia Wang; National University of Singapore
 

3. Shifting Supports in Dynamic Mechanism Design
By Dongri Liu; NUS
 

4. A Budget-Balanced Mechanism for Siting Noxious Facilities with Identity-Dependent Externalities
By Younghwan In; KAIST College of Business
Yunkyeong Seo; KAIST
 
Session ID 36: Public III - Tax
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Do We Need Ramsey Taxation? Our Existing Taxes Are Largely Corrective
By Yew-Kwang Ng; Nanyang Technological University
Fwu-chang Yan; HBUE
Qu Feng; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 

2. Intergenerational Transfers and Inheritance Tax in Japan
[slides]
By Yukinobu Kitamura; Hitotsubashi University
 

3. How to tax capital?
By Cagri Kumru; Australian National University
 

4. DIGITAL PLATFORM ECONOMIES AND TAXATION: BACKGROUND AND TRENDS IN DIGITAL TAXATION AND THE PROPOSAL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION
By André Heinemann; University of Bremen
 
Session ID 37: Development & Growth I - Investment & Infrastructure
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. Effect of development banking on credit constraints and economic backwardness
By Reynaldo Senra; Kobe University PHD student
 

2. Financial Development, Economic Performance and Democracy: A Heterogeneous Panel Analysis
By Zhenxiong Li; Xi'an Jiaotong - Liverpool University
 

3. Floor Area Ratio Regulation and Employment Growth: Evidence from Chinese Cities
By Du Cong; Southeast University
 

4. Development banking nexus with investment, TFP and economic growth: The experiences of Brazil, Korea, Uruguay and Germany since the 1950s until 2017
By Reynaldo Senra; Kobe University PHD student
 
Session ID 38: Organised Session: Environment and Innovation
August 5, 2019 16:55 to 17:55
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Environmental Protection : universal vs. differentiated standard
By Joanna Poyago-Theotoky; La Trobe University
Yingyi Tsai; National University of Kaohsiung
 

2. The Industrial Organization of Utility Energy Efficiency Programs
By Jean-Philippe Nicolaï; ETH Zürich
 

3. Optimal Permits and Standards in the Presence of Technological Innovation, Abatement Spillovers and Joint Ventures
By Stuart McDonald; University of Nottingham Ningbo
 

4. "Green" Innovation under Uncertainty - Cooperation and Information Sharing
By Heiko Gerlach; University of Queensland
Jorge Pereira; University of Queensland
Joanna Poyago-Theotoky; La Trobe University
 
Session ID 39: Macroeconomics IV
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Transaction Services, Neutrality of Money, and Marginal Impatience
By Hiroaki Hayakawa; University of Brunei Darussalam
 

2. The role of housing in monetary policy effect on household consumption.
By Kritsanee Pisitsupakul; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
 

3. The Effects of Borrowing Limits on Hours Worked and Welfare
By Shuhei Takahashi; Kyoto University
 

4. Income Profiles and Shocks over the Life Cycle in Developing Economies: the Role of Informal Sector
By Minchung Hsu; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Trisukon Sawatrukkiat; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
 
Session ID 40: Macroeconomics V
August 6, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Progressive Taxation, Nominal Wage Rigidity, and Business Cycle Destabilization
By Miroslav Gabrovski; University of Hawaii Manoa
Jang-Ting Guo; University of California, Riverside
 

2. Dollarization Dilemma: Price Stability at the Cost of External Competitiveness in Cambodia
By Sovannroeun Samreth; Saitama University
 

3. State-contingent price/wage-setting: how does it change our explanation of postwar US macro behaviour and our view of what monetary policy should do?
By Vo Phuong Mai Le; Cardiff University
David Meenagh; Cardiff University
Patrick Minford; Cardiff University and CEPR
 

4. Financial Inclusion and the Optimal Interest Rate Rule
By Tony Cavoli
 
Session ID 41: Behavioral IV
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Checking Out Temptation: A Natural Experiment with Purchases at the Grocery Register
By JIA LIU; Sheffield Hallam University
 

2. Efficient Allocation by Cheap talk
[slides]
By Gunhaeng Lee; National University of Singapore
 

3. Growth Mindset, Delayed Gratification, and Learning Outcome: Evidence from Field Experiment
[slides]
By Fandy Rahardi; Universitas Indonesia
Teguh Dartanto; Universitas Indonesia
 

4. Cognitive and Structural Dimensions of Reciprocity: Results from a Behavioral Experiment
By Eleanor Garoy; Saint Louis University
 
Session ID 42: Environmental III - Climate & Sustainability
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Agricultural trade as an efficient adaptation option to buffer against climate impact
By Akira Hibiki; Tohoku University
Huey-Lin Lee; National Chengchi University
 

2. Burden Sharing and Self-enforcing Climate Agreements
By Shuichi Ohori; Kansai University
Katsunori Ohta; Wakayama University
 

3. Service-driven industrial green development
By Wei Li; Nanyang Technological University
Jue Wang; Nanyang Technological University
 

4. Population, amenity values, and sustainable development
By Rintaro Yamaguchi; National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan
 
Session ID 43: Financial V - Empirical Studies
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. Return and asymmetric volatility transmissions between main stock market and second-tier stock market: The case of Hong Kong
By Trang Nguyen; James Cook University
Taha Chaiechi; James Cook University
Lynne Eagle; James Cook University
David Low; Charles Darwin University
 

2. MACROECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THAILAND
By Wasin Siwasarit; Thammasat University
 

3. The Effects of Trade War Risk on US Financial Markets
By Dingming Liu; Xiamen University
Chen Yong; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

4. Asian Best Country for Investment and Financial Center— A Network Analysis—
By Tatsuyoshi Miyakoshi; Hosei University
 
Session ID 44: Information & Uncertainty I
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Threat Misestimations and the Role of NGOs in International Risk Management
By Toshihiro Ihori; National Graduate Institute for Policy S
 

2. Information is almost always Pareto beneficial in competitive pure exchange
By Zemin LU; United International College, Beijing Normal Univ - Hong Kong Baptist Univ
 

3. Characterization of Nash equilibria in large games with traits
By Haifeng Fu; Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
 
Session ID 45: Microeconomics V - Equity & Inequality
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Estimating Inequality of Opportunity in More Periods Than Ever Before: The Capital Income Approach
By Hugo del Valle-Inclan Cruces; University of Vigo
 

2. Trade liberalization, institutional quality and income inequality in Asia: An application of the GMM approach
By Sharon G. M. Koh; Monash University Malaysia
Grace, H.Y. Lee; Monash University Malaysia
Eduard Bomhoff; Monash University Malaysia
 

3. The Effect of Income Inequality on Trust: Evidence from Post-Reunification Era Germany
By Seong Hee Kim; Seoul National University
Byung-Yeon Kim; SNU
 

4. Industrial Policy, Technology and Political Connections
By Huong Dang; George Washington University
 
Session ID 46: Microeconomics VI
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Are Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (“FRAND”) commitments applicable outside the Standard Essential Patents (“SEPs”) domain? – An Economic Perspective
[slides]
By Weng Loong Kong; Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
Jia Le Ng; Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
Marcel Tan; Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
 

2. Firm Heterogeneity and Wealth Distribution
By Hoipan Wong; Washington University in St. Louis
 

3. Changes in Maternity Leave Coverage: Implications for Fertility, Labour Force Participation and Child Mortality
By Salma Ahmed; Deakin University
 
Session ID 47: Development & Growth II
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. Do enterprise zones promote local business development? Evidence from Vietnam
By Tien Vu; Asian Growth Research Institute and Osaka University
Hiroyuki Yamada; Keio University
 

2. Creating Internal Dynamism for Reindustrialising Indonesia
By Anis Chowdhury; University of Western Sydney
 

3. Does too much freedom harm economics growth?
By weng lee; Xiamen University Malaysia
 

4. The Role of Institutional Quality and Human Capital for Economic Growth Across Chinese Provinces - A Dynamic Panel Data Approach
By Linda Glawe; Fernuniversität in Hagen
Helmut Wagner; FernUniversität in Hagen
 
Session ID 48: International IV - China & Trade
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Inventory and Trade Policy Uncertainty: Evidence from Chinese Exporters
By Xiaoping Chen; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Environmental Regulations and Foreign Investment: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in China
By YUNYI HU; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 

3. Impacts of Highways on Trade and Migration: A Quantitative Analysis on China
By Yang Xu; Xiamen University
Xi Yang; Xiamen University
 

4. Government Credit and Trade War
By Ning Cai; China Development Bank
Jinlu Feng; China Development Bank
Yong Liu; China Development Bank
Hong Ru; Nanyang Technological University
Endong Yang; University of Macau
 
Session ID 49: Labor III
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Unemployment Dynamics and Unemployment Insurance Extensions under Rational Expectations
By Similan Rujiwattanapong; Aarhus University
 

2. Racial Revolution: Understanding the Resurgence of Ethnic Minority Identity in Modern China
By Andrew Francis-Tan; LKY School of Public Policy
 

3. Intergenerational Transmission of Granny’s Employment and Working Behavior of Japanese Wife
By Aysenur Aydinbakar; Tohoku University
 

4. Factor Substitution and Changes in Labor Share in Korea
[slides]
By Eunbi Song; Korea University
 
Session ID 50: Macroeconomics VI - Money & Interest Rates
August 6, 2019 16:30 to 17:50
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Demand Deposit and Bank Runs with Present Bias
By Minwook Kang; Nanyang Technological University
 

2. Central Bank Digital Currency with Adjustable Interest Rate in Small Open Economies
By Ammu George; Nanyang Technological University
T Xie; Singapore Management University
Joseph Alba; Nanyang Technological University
 

3. Effects of US Interest Rate Hike and Global Risk on Daily Capital Flows in Emerging Market Countries
By Eiji Ogawa; Hitotsubashi University
Junko Shimizu; Gakushuin University
Pengfei Lao; Hitotsubashi University
 

4. Bank Reserve Requirements, Capital Controls and Chinese Monetary Policy
By Paul Luk; Hong Kong Baptist University
Shuaiyi Liu; Hong Kong Baptist University
 
Session ID 51: ASEAN III
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Rags to Riches: The State of Intergenerational Income Mobility in Indonesia
By Hazna Faiza; Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Development (Prospera)
 

2. An Exploration of the Relationship between the Quality of Public Governance and Income Inequality: A Case Study of Vietnam
By Phuc Phan; Can Tho University
 

3. Does Microcredit improve Rural Households’ Social Network? A Case Study of Vietnam
By Chung Phan; James Cook University
 

4. Could targeted social assistance programs also stimulate local economies? The case of conditional cash transfer in Indonesia
By Anna Falentina; Australian National University
Budy Resosudarmo; Australian National University
 
Session ID 52: Political II
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Culture and Democracy
By Wen Wang; Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
 

2. Impact of Political Alignment on Tax Evasion : Evidence from South Korea
By Youngju Lee; UCSD (University of California, San Diego)
 

3. Historical Government-Managed Irrigation and Democracy in China
By Danli Wang; SUIBE
 

4. A Provincial- Level Analysis of the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Vietnam: The Role of Governance Quality
By Dang Bao Anh Phan
Xuan Vinh Vo; University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
 
Session ID 53: Behavioral V
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Choosing the right measure for Pigouvian taxes: When does WTA matter?
By Qiyan Ong; NUS
Jack Knetsch; Simon Fraser University
 

2. Sleeplessness, Distraction and Stock Market Performance: Evidence from the World Cup
By Jinghan Cai; University of Scranton
Manyi Fan; National University of Singapore
Chiu Yu Ko; National University of Singapore
Marco Richione; University of Scraton
Natalie Russo; University of Scranton
 

3. Energy Usage and Investments: A Case Study on Singapore's Hawkers
By Tsiat Siong Tan; Nanyang Technological University Singapore
 

4. Reference Points for Effort Provision in an Experimental Labor Market
By Jaimie Lien; Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jie Zheng; Tsinghua University
 
Session ID 54: Education & Health II
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. As Insured as Religion: How Religion Affiliation Affects Demand for Life Insurance
By Parichat Assavapongpaiboon; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Chunbo Liu; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Yu Zhang; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

2. The Differential Impact of Public and Private Health Insurance on Household Consumption Patterns in China
[slides]
By Wenxiao Duan; City University of Hong Kong
Yum Kwan; City University of Hong Kong
 

3. Direct and Spillover Effects of Free Compulsory Education on Schooling and Migration
By Shuangxin Wang; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

4. Arrival of Young Talents: Send-down Movement and Rural Education in China
By Xiaomin Gu; Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
 
Session ID 55: Environmental IV
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Dynamic pricing of green goods under discounted network effects
By Rabah Amir; Univ of Iowa
Filomena Garcia; Indiana University
Joana Resende; CEFUP, Universidade do Porto
 

2. Welfare Analysis of Introducing Private Label Pre-packaged Salads Into U.S. Market: An Empirical Study with Homescan Data
By Xiao Meng; Texas State University
 

3. The effects of nuclear and renewable energy generations on CO2 emissions: Dynamic panel data analysis
By Hyun Kim; Seoul National University
 
Session ID 56: Industrial Organization I
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Does Aftermarket Monopolization Facilitate Upstream Collusion?
By Long Cheng; Shandong University
Guangliang Ye; Renmin University of China
 

2. Transport Price, Product Differentiation and R&D in an Oligopoly
By Keita Kamei; Seinan Gakuin University
Daishoku Kanehara; Kobe University
 

3. Reputation, Relative Performance, and Optimal Degree of Competition
By Chuang Du; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
 

4. Competing Channels for Entering a Local Market
By Weixing Ford; Texas A&M University – San Antonio
Mingzhi Li; Tsinghua University
Yixiu Li; Shandong University
Jie Zheng; Tsinghua University
 
Session ID 57: Microeconomics VII - Household Behavior & Family Economics I
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Investigating the Influence of Remittances on Mutual Transactions in an Isolated Village.
By HONGSAKHONE Soulixay; Hiroshima University
 

2. Changing time preference: Longitudinal evidence from Indonesia
By Jiaying CHEN; HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
 

3. Windfall Income and Charitable Giving: A Study from Lottery Winners
By Kuang-Ta Lo; National Chengchi University
 

4. Individual Welfare Analysis in Japanese Couples without Children
By Xirong Lin; Boston College
Tomoki Fujii; Singapore Management University
 
Session ID 58: Financial VI
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. Bank funding costs and solvency
By Cosimo Pancaro; European Central Bank
 

2. Beta Ambiguity and Security Return Characteristics
[slides]
By Tan Wang; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Zhe Geng; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 

3. Launches of Sale of Coins: The Mary Poppins Effect
By Kian Teng KWEK; University of Malaya
 

4. Who is the Center of Local Currency Asian Government Bond Markets?
[slides]
By Junji Shimada; Aoyama gakuin university
Yoshihiko Tsukuda; Tohoku University
Tatsuyoshi Miyakoshi; Hosei University
 
Session ID 59: International V - Trade, Integration & Growth
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Global Financial Imbalances and Endogenous Growth in a North-South Setting
By Basant Kapur; National University of Singapore
 

2. Trade agreements and trade flows: Are there any differences between south-south and north-south trade agreements?
[slides]
By Myo Min Kyi Win; Hiroshima University
Makoto Kakinaka; Hiroshima University
Masaru Ichihashi; Hiroshima University
 

3. Transmission of Trade Shocks in Asia: Does Price Really Matters?
By Nagendra Shrestha; Yokohama National University
Kiyotaka Sato; Yokohama National University/ Edith Cowa
 

4. Trade Linkages and Business Cycle Transmissions in Small Open East-Asian Markets
By Faisal Khan; University of Tasmania
 
Session ID 60: Macroeconomics VII
August 7, 2019 11:00 to 12:20
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Lean Against Bubble versus Clean Up After Bubble Collapses in a Rational-Bubble Model
By Masaru Inaba; Kansai University
 

2. Incorporating the Financial Development in Exchange Rate Volatility and Economic Development: Cushion Effect or Expanding Effect?
By Elya Nabila Abdul Bahri; Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
Tamat Sarmidi; Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
 

3. US-China Rivalry: The Macro Policy Choices
By Yixiao Zhou; Curtin University
 

4. The Market Integrations and the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle
By Isamu Ginama; Hiroshima University
 
Session ID 61: ASEAN IV
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 801
 
 

1. Effect of Minimum Wage on Changes in Thai Labor Market
By Weerachart Kilenthong; University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Warut Samart; University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
 

2. Vulnerability and Poverty in Thailand’s Three Southern Border Provinces
By Sawarai Boonyamanond; Chulalongkorn University
Papusson Chaiwat; Centre for Development Policy Studies
 

3. Factors Influencing changes in Marriage and Low-Fertility: Evidence from Thailand and Vietnam
By Monthien Satimanon; Thammasat University
Thasanee Satimanon; NIDA
 

4. Failure to Upgrade: Thailand and the Middle Income Trap
By Paul Vandenberg
 
Session ID 62: Development & Growth III
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 802
 
 

1. Economic Growth and Priority Poverty Alleviation: Enlightenment Based on Angus Deaton’s Poverty Theory
By Liqun Du; Peking University
 

2. THE EFFICIENCY OF R&D EXPENDITURES IN ASEAN COUNTRIES
By Pawel Dobrzański; Wroclaw University of Economics
Sebastian Bobowski; Wroclaw University of Economics
 

3. Political Institutions and Economic Growth in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries: Do Social Institutions Matter?
By Ly Slesman; Universiti Brunei Darussalam
 

4. Economic Outcome of Return Migration
[slides]
By Dohun Kim; Washington University in St.Louis
 
Session ID 63: Environmental V
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 803
 
 

1. MORE FOR GOD-LESS FOR CLIMATE: ASSOCIATION OF RELIGIOSITY WITH STRINGENCY OF CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES
By Swati Sharma; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 

2. Do economists know what Leopold did? Tracing Leopold's influence and legacy in the economics literature.
By Zach Lee; Nanyang Technological University
 
Session ID 64: Financial VII
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 804
 
 

1. Investment behavior of MSMEs under different economic conditions: Empirical evidence from Vietnam
By Long Trinh; Asian Development Bank Institute
 

2. Debt and Financial Stability: An Empirical Analysis
By Donghyun Park; Asian Development Bank
Arief Ramayandi; ADB
Shu Tian; Asian Development Bank
 
Session ID 65: Information & Uncertainty II
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Mandarin Meeting Suite 805
 
 

1. Transition dynamics in equilibrium search
By Nuray Akin; Ozyegin University, School of Business
 

2. Screening Costs and Lending Strategies of Banks
By Christopher Paik; University of Miami
 

3. Observational learning, Saliency effect and Consumer choice in the digital music market
By Jungmin kim; Sungkyunkwan university
 

4. Cost Uncertainty and the Welfare Effects of Market Power
By Laszlo Goerke; Trier University
Marco de Pinto; IAAEU, Trier University
 
Session ID 66: Microeconomics VIII - Household Behavior & Family Economics II
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Grand Mandarin Ballroom
 
 

1. Calculating a Giffen Good
By Kazuyuki Sasakura; Waseda University
 

2. Responses to Common Questions in Five Different Economic Survey Modes: Evidence of Significant Inconsistencies From China and Vietnam
By Kiet Nguyen-Tuan; Can Tho University
Jack Knetsch; Simon Fraser University
 

3. Empirical analysis on social norms and inequality of household distribution in Japan
By Kazuyasu Sakamoto; Gunma University
Yoko Morita; Nagoya City University
 
Session ID 67: Industrial Organization II
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 603
 
 

1. The 'Cost of Wanting Water so Badly',: Why the Private Sector Matters
By Gladys Navarro; Saint Louis University
 

2. Japanese Newspapers
By David Flath; Ritsumeikan University
 

3. Quantifying Conflicts of Interest between Principal and Agent: Evidence from Dual Agency in Housing Search
[slides]
By Seung-Hyun Hong; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 

4. Innovation, Diffusion and Shelving
By Sougata Poddar; Chapman University
 
Session ID 68: International VI
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 604
 
 

1. Institutions and intra-regional trade: the ECOWAS Case
By David Fadiran; University of Cape Town
 

2. Does Urbanization and Immigration Cause Crime: Evidence from OECD Economies
By Smruti Ranjan Behera; Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
 

3. Importing intermediate inputs may not always boost firms’ exports- evidence from Indonesia
By Deasy Pane; The Australian National University
 

4. Rising mean incomes for whom?
By Melanie Krause; University of Hamburg
Liang Shao; Henan University
 
Session ID 69: Macroeconomics VIII
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 605
 
 

1. Why is the shape of the Laffer curve for consumption tax different from that for labor income tax?
By Kazuki Hiraga; Tokai University
Kengo Nutahara; Senshu University
 

2. Monetary Policy Regimes: A Global Assessment
By Harsha Paranavithana; The University of Western Australia
 

3. The Laffer Curve, the Elasticity of Taxable Income, and the Tax Revenue Elasticity
By Hiroshi Gunji; Daito Bunka University
Kazuki Hiraga; Tokai University
Kenji Miyazaki; Hosei University
 

4. Importance of Awareness of Default Risk on Conducting Monetary and Fiscal Policies
By Eiji Okano; Nagoya City University
Masataka Eguchi; Keio University
 
Session ID 70: Public IV
August 7, 2019 15:50 to 17:10
Orchard Meeting Suite 606
 
 

1. Ambiguity aversion and framing effects in the insurance demand of ambiguous risks
By Yasuhiro Nakamoto; Kansai University
 

2. Social returns of public infrastructure investment: Evidence from Chinese provinces
By Son Chu; Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian National University
Ligang Song; Australian National University
Shiji Zhao; Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Yixiao Zhou; The Australian National University
 

3. Economic Spillovers from Resource Extraction: Subnational-Level Government Revenues and Spending Patterns in Indonesia
By Ridwan D. Rusli; Technische Hochschule Köln
 

4. The Impact of the Use of Work-Family Reconciliation Policies on Women’s Wages in Japan
By Maki Yokoyama; University of Tokyo
 

70 sessions, 259 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Abdul Adzis, AziraP18
2Abdul Bahri, Elya NabilaP60
3Ahmed, SalmaP46
4Aiba, DaijuP18
5Akin, NurayP65
6Atkinson, ScottP25
7Aydinbakar, AysenurP49
8Behera, Smruti RanjanP68
9Bian, XiaochenP19
10Boonyamanond, SawaraiP61
11Cavoli, TonyP40
12Chawanote, ChayaneeP34
13CHEN, JiayingP57
14Chen, MinjiaP4
15Chen, HengP16
16Chen, JiaqiP30
17Chen, ZhenzhenP5
18Chen, XiaopingP48
19Cheng, LongP56
20Chia, Ngee ChoonP20
21Chowdhury, AnisP47
22Cong, DuP37
23Dang, HuongP45
24Das, MinaksheeP27
25del Valle-Inclan Cruces, HugoP45
26Doan, NguyenP24
27Dobrzański, PawelP62
28Dominese, GiorgioP20
29Du, ChuangP56
30Du, LiqunP62
31Duan, WenxiaoP54
32Enya, MasahiroP18
33Fadiran, DavidP68
34Faiza, HaznaP51
35Fang, ZhengP29
36feng, guoqiangP26
37Feng, QuP23
38Flath, DavidP67
39Francis-Tan, AndrewP49
40Fu, HaifengP44
41Fujii, TomokiP57
42Fujiki, HiroshiP15
43Garoy, EleanorP41
44Geng, ZheP58
45George, AmmuP50
46Ginama, IsamuP60
47Glawe, LindaP47
48Goerke, LaszloP65
49Goh, Ee-LinP4
50Greenwood-Nimmo, MatthewP33
51Gu, XiaominP54
52Guo, Jang-TingP40
53Hadiwibowo, YuniartoP1
54Haefke, ChristianP19
55Hajian, HodaP31
56Halim, EdwardP11
57Hassan, M. KabirP4
58Hayakawa, HiroakiP39
59He, TaisenP2
60He, XieP3
61Heinemann, AndréP36
62Herberholz, ChantalP15
63Hiraga, KazukiP69
64Hoang, NgocP6
65Hong, Seung-HyunP67
66Hsu, MinchungP39
67Htwe, Nyi NyiP18
68HU, YUNYIP48
69Huang, Jr-TsungP29
70Huang, YinP26
71Hung, Tsz HinP12
72Ihori, ToshihiroP44
73In, YounghwanP35
74Inaba, MasaruP60
75Ito, KeikoP25
76Jayasekara, DinithiP5
77Jinjarak, YothinP17
78KAJITANI, KAIP16
79Kanehara, DaishokuP56
80Kang, MinwookP50
81Kang, Kee YounP32
82Kapur, BasantP59
83Kawasaki, KentaroP33
84Keddad, BenjaminP33
85KHALID, NorlinP9
86Khan, FaisalP59
87Kim, DohunP62
88Kim, JiyoungP30
89Kim, HyunP55
90kim, JungminP65
91Kim, Seong HeeP45
92Kitamura, TomokiP15
93Kitamura, YukinobuP36
94Ko, Chiu YuP53
95Koh, Sharon G. M.P45
96Kumru, CagriP36
97KWEK, Kian TengP58
98Laovakul, DuangmaneeP30
99Lau, Sau-HimP20
100Lee, ZachP63
101Lee, YoungjuP52
102Lee, GunhaengP41
103lee, wengP47
104Lee, Huey-LinP42
105Lee, SeungyoonP9
106Lei, TianP28
107Leong, KaiwenP15
108Li, JingyiP7
109Li, YupengP2
110Li, ZhenxiongP37
111Li, ChangtaiP11
112Li, HongyanP3
113Li, MengP28
114Li, WeiP42
115Lien, JaimieP53
116Lim, SokcheaP27
117LIU, JIAP41
118Liu, GuizhouP3
119Liu, DongriP35
120Liu, ShuaiyiP50
121Liu, ZixiP28
122Lo, Kuang-TaP57
123LU, ZeminP44
124LU, AngdiP6
125LU, JiankunP12
126Luan, FushuP5
127Marinica, IoanaP2
128Masui, MakotoP34
129McDonald, StuartP38
130McNelis, PaulP23
131Meenagh, DavidP40
132Meng, XiaoP55
133Miyakoshi, TatsuyoshiP43
134Miyazaki, TomomiP19
135Munch, JakobP6
136Nakamoto, YasuhiroP70
137Nakavachara, VoraprapaP32
138Navarro, GladysP67
139Ng, Jia LeP46
140Nguyen, TrangP43
141Nguyen-Tuan, KietP66
142Ni, XinwenP32
143Nian, HongyuP14
144Nicolaï, Jean-PhilippeP38
145Nutahara, KengoP69
146Ogawa, EijiP50
147Ohori, ShuichiP42
148Okano, EijiP69
149Okuda, HidenobuP17
150Ong, QiyanP53
151Paik, ChristopherP65
152Pan, Wei-FongP5
153Pancaro, CosimoP58
154Pane, DeasyP68
155Paranavithana, HarshaP69
156Park, DonghyunP64
157PATRA, SURESHP1
158Phan, ChungP51
159Phan, Dang Bao AnhP52
160Phan, PhucP51
161Pisitsupakul, KritsaneeP39
162Poddar, SougataP67
163Poramapojn, PituwanP1
164Poyago-Theotoky, JoannaP38
165Puzon, KlarizzeP21
166Raghavan, MalaP31
167Rahardi, FandyP41
168Rahman, MuhammadP14
169Resende, JoanaP55
170Resosudarmo, BudyP51
171Riefky, TeukuP1
172Rujiwattanapong, SimilanP49
173Rusli, Ridwan D.P70
174Sakamoto, KazuyasuP66
175Samart, WarutP61
176Samreth, SovannroeunP40
177Sasakura, KazuyukiP66
178Satimanon, MonthienP61
179Seah, Kelvin KCP8
180Senra, ReynaldoP37, P37
181Shao, LiangP68
182Sharma, SwatiP63
183Sharma, SumanP10
184Shen, ShuP7
185Shi, JunyiP29
186Shrestha, NagendraP59
187Siwasarit, WasinP43
188Slesman, LyP62
189Song, EunbiP49
190Soon, Jan-JanP7
191Soulixay, HONGSAKHONEP57
192Srisuma, SorawootP13
193Sugimoto, IchiroP10
194Sun, YouxiaP4
195Takahashi, ShuheiP39
196Tan, Tsiat SiongP10, P53
197Tan, Eu ChyeP22
198Tan, Teck YongP35
199Tan, RachelP24
200TAN, JonathanP2
201Tang, YangP22
202Tao, XuezhenP17
203Teo, HanselP17
204Thamarapani, DhanushkaP8
205Tian, Wei-HuaP8
206Ting, ChienP9
207Trimborn, SimonP32
208Trinh, LongP64
209Tsai, YingyiP38
210Tsukuda, YoshihikoP58
211Tyers, RodneyP60
212Utsumi, TomokoP34
213Vandenberg, PaulP61
214Virananda, I Gede SthitaprajnaP31
215Vu, TienP47
216Wai Mun, ChiaP10
217WAN, ChunlinP20
218Wang, ShuangxinP54
219Wang, WenP52
220wang, yajieP22
221Wang, DanliP52
222Wang, ZijiaP35
223Wardani, LusieP8
224Wegge, LeonP13
225Win, Myo Min KyiP59
226Wirawan, HanniP31
227Wong, HoipanP46
228Wong, Wang LiP24
229Wu, TingtingP11
230Wu, Guiying LauraP12
231Xu, HaiqingP7
232Xu, YangP48
233Yamada, TomoakiP9
234Yamaguchi, RintaroP42
235Yan, JuboP21
236Yan, Fwu-changP36
237Yang, EndongP48
238Yang, QuanP27
239Yanotti, MariaP26
240Yeo, JonathanP21
241Yokoyama, MakiP70
242Yong, Soo KeongP25
243Yong, ChenP43
244Yunan, ZuhairanP16
245ZHAN, HaikunP16
246Zhang, XuemeiP14
247Zhang, WenwenP3
248Zhang, Y.P6
249Zhang, YuP54
250Zharova, AlonaP13
251Zheng, JieP56
252Zhong, SongfaP21
253Zhou, HangP33
254Zhou, YixiaoP70
255Zhou, ZhengyiP23
256Zhu, JiongP34
257Zhu, JiahuaP11

 

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