Specially appointed program faculty
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Macroeconomics for Public Policy
2) Education & Employment
Since Sept. 2017: Project Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo Sept. 2017: Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University (advisor: Richard Rogerson) June 2013: M.A., Economics, Princeton University March 2011: M.A., Economics, The University of Tokyo (advisor: Kazuya Kamiya) Mach 2009: B.A., Economics, Hitotsubashi University (advisor: Etsuro Shioji)
3) Research Fields
Macroeconomics, Labor economics, Monetary economics
4) Major Publications
- "Real Indeterminacy of Stationary Monetary Equilibria in Centralized Economies" with Kamiya Kazuya and Kayuna Nakajima, Japanese Economics Review, 2017 "Child Care Costs and Stagnating Female Labor Force Participation in the US"
- "Culture and Labor Supply: Decline in Female Market Work in Turkey " "Indeterminacy in Search Theory of Money: Bilateral vs. Multilateral Trades"
Princeton Profiles: So Kubota, researching family issues in economics
It's been falling for two decades, but is this the cause? Female labour force participation in the US