MAKIOKA Ryo

MAKIOKA Ryo

MAKIOKA Ryo

Fellow

Expertise

Applied Microeconomic, International Economics

Education

2018 Ph.D. in Economics, Pennsylvania State University
2011 M.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University
2009 B.A. in Social Sciences, Waseda University

Experience

2016 - 2017 Research Assistant, Pennsylvania State University
2015 Summer Research Intern, International Monetary Fund
2011 Research Assistant, Hitotsubashi University

Selected Publications and Papers

  • "Decomposing the Effect of SNAP," 2018, Working Paper
  • "The Impact of Anti-Sweatshop Activisms on Employment," 2018, Working Paper
  • "The Impact of the Rana Plaza Collapse on Global Retailers" with Laura Boudreau and Mari Tanaka, 2017, Working Paper
  • "On the Cause of Female Labor Force Participation in Costa Rica" with Anna Ivanova, Joyce Wong, 2017, Working Paper
  • "Food Expenditure Response to Increase in SNAP Benefits: A Distributional Approach" with Karim Nchare, 2018, Working Paper

Others

Japan-IMF Scholarship