Keita Oikawa worked as an official of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of the Japanese Government. He is experienced in various policy departments, including the Macroeconomic Affairs Division of the Economic and Industrial Policy Bureau (EIPB) of the METI, the Insurance Business Division of the Supervisory Bureau of the Financial Services Agency, the Industrial Structure Policy Division of the EIPB of the METI, the Office for Pandemic Influenza and New Infection Diseases Preparedness and Response of the Cabinet Secretariat, the Economic and Industrial Policy Division of the EIPB of the METI, and the Information Policy Division of the Commerce and Information Policy Bureau of the METI.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Davis, CA USA
M.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Japan
B.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Japan
- The Global Value Chain and the Competitiveness of Asian Countries, (with Kozo Kiyota and Katsuhiro Yoshioka), Asian Economic Papers, vol. 16(3), pp.257-281, 2017.
- Over-the-Counter Trade and the Value of Assets as Collateral, (with Athanasios Geromichalos, Jiwon Lee, and Seungduck Lee), Economic Theory, vol. 62(3), pp. 443-475, 2016.
- Tax Burden and Firm Behavior, (with Yohei Kobayashi, Koichi Kume, and Tetsuro Sone), Quarterly of Social Security Research (Kikan Shakai Hosho Kenkyu), vol. 50(4), pp. 446-463, 2015 (in Japanese).
- Development of Study on Current Account Imbalances and Foreign Sectors in Macro-econometric Models, (with Shogo Tanaka, Takanori Okuda, and Yoshiyuki Nakazono), RIETI Policy Discussion Paper Series 11-P-017, 2011 (in Japanese).
- Macro-econometric Models and the Outline of the MEAD-RIETI Model, (with Mitsuhiro Fukuyama, Masayoshi Yoshihara, and Yoshiyuki Nakazono), RIETI Discussion Paper Series 10-J-045, 2010 (in Japanese).
Industrial Structure Policy Division, Economic and Industrial Policy Bureau, METI
Office for Pandemic Influenza and New Infection Diseases Preparedness and Response, Cabinet Secretariat
Macro-Economic Affairs Division, Economic and Industrial Policy Bureau, METI
Economic and Industrial Policy Division, Economic and Industrial Policy Bureau, METI
Information Policy Division, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau, METI
School of Economics and Business Administration, Yokohama City University (Business Cycle Theory).