I am an assistant professor at Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business Economics (BSS). My research areas are international trade and labor economics, specifically automation, globalization, and employment.
Robots and Employment: Evidence from Japan, 1978-2017 (with Daiji Kawaguchi and Yukiko U. Saito). Forthcoming in the Journal of Labor Economics. [VoxEU, World Economic Forum]. Final working paper version. Replication files.
Adverse Selection and Moral Hazard in Corporate Insurance Markets: Evidence from the 2011 Thailand Floods (with Hiroyuki Nakata, Yasuyuki Sawada, and Kunio Sekiguchi). Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2023, 205, 376-386. Final working paper version.
Robots and Wage Polarization: The Effects of Robot Capital across Occupations. Job Market Paper. [Best paper award at the 19th GEP/CEPR Annual Postgraduate Conference]
[updated on 23-03-23] Multinational Production and Corporate Labor Share (with Yukiko U. Saito). Slides.
Commuting Zones in Japan (with Taiyo Fukai, Daiji Kawaguchi, Yukiko U. Saito). Concordance between municipality code and CZ.