Colloquium on Personnel Economics

Monday, 6 November 2017


Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo

Room 549, the 5th Floor, Akamon General Research Building, The University of Tokyo [Map 1] [Map 2 (No.37)]

Registration by 10/23



8:30 am


9:00 am

Paul Oyer, Stanford GSB

The Gender Gap in the Gig Economy: Evidence from over a Million Uber Drivers

10:10 am


10:30 am

Shingo Takahashi, Hiroshima Shudo University

Hideo Owan,        University of Tokyo

Tsuyoshi Tsuru, Hitotsubashi University

Katsuhito Uehara, University of Shizuoka

Multitasking Incentives provisions and the Informativeness of Subjective Performance Evaluation

11:20 am


11:25 am

Jun Goto, Hitotsubashi University
Yasuyuki Sawada, Asian Development Bank
Takeshi Aida, GRIPS
Economic Incentives and Crowding-Out Effects in the Workplace: Identifying Mechanisms through Field Experiments (slides)

12:15 pm



1:45 pm

Hirofumi Kurokawa, Doshisha University

Shusaku Sasaki, Keio University

Fumio Ohtake, Osaka University

Peer Effects on Working Hours

2:35 pm


2:45 pm

Kentaro Nakajima, Hitotsubashi University

Tsuyoshi Tsuru, Hitotsubashi University
Katsuhito Uehara, University of Shizuoka

Communication Network and Productivity: Evidence from Face-to-Face Communication Data using Wearable Sensors

3:35 pm


3:45 pm

Ye-Jin Heo, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland

Population Aging and Housing Prices: New Definitions for Old Age

4:15 pm


4:20 pm

Kiho Muroga, University of Tokyo

Hideo Owan, University of Tokyo
How Informative Is Three Hundred Sixty Degree Evaluation?

5:05 pm



Stacey H. Chen, GRIPS,

Ryo Kambayashi, Hitotsubashi University,

Hideo Owan, University of Tokyo,


Hitotsubashi University

Japan Society of Promotion of Science (#16H06322, PI: Kyoji Fukao, Hitotsubashi University)

University of Tokyo