Kenta Yamanouchi is a Lecturer at Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Keio University. Before joining Kagawa University, he was a Research Associate at Keio University. His interests are in firm heterogeneity and international trade. He has done statistical analyses on resource misallocation across firms. His recent publications include: “Minimum wage effects across heterogeneous markets” (Labour Economics, 2019, co-authored); “Heterogeneous Impacts of Free Trade Agreements: The Case of Japan”(Asian Economic Papers, 2019).
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- International trade