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KATAOKA Mitsuhiko
 
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Affiliation*
College of Business Department of Global Business
Graduate School of Business Field of Study: Business
Graduate School of Business Field of Study: International Business
Title*
Professor
Degree
名古屋大学 ( 7 2004   博士(学術) )
Research Theme*
  • 戦後日本やインドネシアなどアジア諸国を対象に、地域経済学の枠組みを用いて、地域の経済成長や地域間所得格差をテーマに実証研究を行っています。これまで、公共投資の地域経済成長に対する役割、地域間所得格差の決定要因、人的資本の地域賦存量、地域経済の投入・産出効率性に関する研究成果を公刊しています。最近は、インドネシアの地方公共サービスの空間的分布について、地域マクロデータを用いた分析を行っています。

  • Research Interests
  • Regional economics

  • Economic growth

  • Efficiency analysis

  • Regional inequality

  • Development economics

  • Campus Career*
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      College of Business   Department of Global Business   Professor
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Graduate School of Business   Field of Study: Business   Professor
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Graduate School of Business   Field of Study: International Business   Professor
    • 9 2016 - 3 2021 
      College of Business   Department of Global Business   Specially Appointed Professor
    • 9 2016 - 3 2021 
      Graduate School of Business   Field of Study: International Business   Specially Appointed Professor
     

    Research Areas

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Economic policy  / Development Economics

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Economic policy  / Regional Economics

    Research History

    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Rikkyo University   College of Business Department of Global Business   Professor

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    • 9 2016 - 3 2021 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   Graduate School of Business Field of Study: International Business   Specially Appointed Professor

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    • 4 2014 - 8 2016 
      Chiba Keizai University   Department Economics   Professor

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    • 4 2007 - 3 2014 
      Chiba Keizai University   Economics Department   Associate Professor

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    Education

    • 4 2001 - 7 2004 
      Nagoya University   Graduate School of International Development   International Development program

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    • 9 1995 - 6 1997 
      International University of Japan   Graduate School of International Relations   International Development program

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    • 4 1984 - 3 1990 
      Chuo University   Faculty of Law   Political Science

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      Country: Japan

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    Papers

    • Disparities in regional productivity, capital accumulation, and efficiency across Indonesia: A club convergence approach Peer-reviewed

      Carlos Mendez, Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Review of Development Economics   2 10 2020

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      Authorship:Last author   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)   Publisher:Wiley  

      DOI: 10.1111/rode.12726

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    • Total factor productivity change in Indonesia’s provincial economies for 1990–2015: Malmquist productivity index approach Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences   15 9 2020

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      Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)   Publisher:Springer Science and Business Media LLC  

      DOI: 10.1007/s12076-020-00256-z

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    • Interprovincial differences in labour force distribution and utilisation based on educational attainment in Indonesia 2002-2015 Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      Regional Science Policy & Practice   2019

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    • Inequality convergence in inefficiency and interprovincial income inequality in Indonesia for 1990 - 2010 Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      Asia Pacific Journal of Regional Science2 ( 4 ) 297 - 313   2018

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    • Interprovincial efficiency differentials in Indonesia’s pre-and post-crisis economy Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      56th European Regional Science Association Congress, Vienna, Austria   8 2017

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    • Productivity, efficiency, and technical change in Indonesia’s pre- and post-crisis provincial economies Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      55th European Regional Science Association Congress, Groningen, Netherland   8 2016

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    • Expenditure Inequality in Indonesia, 2008-2010: A Spatial Decomposition Analysis and the Role of Education Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiro Hayashi, Mitsuhiko Kataoka, Takahiro Akita

      ASIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL28 ( 4 ) 389 - 411   12 2014

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      Based on the 2008-2010 Susenas panel data, this study examines expenditure inequality from spatial perspectives in Indonesia, using three decomposition methods: (i) a conventional Theil index decomposition; (ii) an alternative Theil index decomposition proposed by Elbers et al. (2008); and (iii) the Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition. Our results show that overall inequality in per capita expenditure increases between 2008 and 2010, which coincides with a rising trend in the official Gini coefficient. The contribution of inequality within urban and rural areas to total inequality is larger than that of inequality between urban and rural areas. Looking within urban and rural areas, urban inequality is significantly higher than rural inequality. Java-Bali in particular records very high urban inequality. Overall, urban inequality increases, urban-rural inequality remains stable, rural inequality decreases, and inequality at the national level increases. Although urban-rural inequality has a relatively low share in overall inequality, the share is not small enough to ignore its impact. Furthermore, when using the alternative decomposition method, the contribution of urban-rural inequality increases substantially. The present study also found that educational differences appear to have played an important role in expenditure inequality within urban areas and between urban and rural areas.

      DOI: 10.1111/asej.12042

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    • Trends in the regional allocation of public investment in the post-bubble Japanese economy Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences7   205 - 211   2014

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    • Capital Stock Estimates by Province and Interprovincial Distribution in Indonesia Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      ASIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL27 ( 4 ) 409 - 428   12 2013

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      We use the perpetual inventory method to estimate gross fixed capital stock at the provincial level in Indonesia. We employ a relatively long series of past annual investments at constant prices for 1983-2007 and a province-specific survival function for capital. For this purpose, we use published data on provincial income accounts, input-output tables, and surveys from existing studies. Capital was found to be over-concentrated in the Java-Bali region and inefficiently distributed among provinces. This distribution contributed to national growth in the majority of the sample years.

      DOI: 10.1111/asej.12021

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    • Economic growth and interregional resource allocation in Indonesia Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Studies in Regional Science42 ( 4 ) 911 - 920   2013

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      Under market-oriented factor mobility, capital and labor relocate to regions offering higher returns. In consequence, the more factor inputs go to subnational regions with higher productivities, the greater the increase in national output. Interregional factor mobility reflects the output growth of a region and, in turn, a nation. However, in Indonesia, the extent to which interregional factor mobility has been efficiently distributed has been only infrequently examined because of constraints on provincial capital data. Using the provincial capital estimates from Kataoka [10], the present study examined efficiency in interregional resource allocation by observing actual and optimal levels of factor inputs and outputs for 1986-2007 in Indonesia. To achieve this objective, we employed two empirical results: panel data analysis in the province-level production functions and computation of welfare-maximizing interprovincial input allocation. Given these empirical results, several instances of uneven factor-input distribution such as capital overconcentration in the Java-Bali region, different dispositions in capital distribution among resource-rich provinces, labor surplus in the remote agriculture-dominated off-Java provinces, and labor surplus in Jakarta's commuting province of West Java were found. More interestingly, a structural shift from a pro-efficiency interprovincial allocation before the year 2002 to a pro-equity allocation afterwards was observed.

      DOI: 10.2457/srs.42.911

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    • Spatial dimensions of expenditure inequality and the role of education in Indonesia: An Analysis of the 2008-2010 Susenas Panel Data Peer-reviewed

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      Crawford School Research Paper 2012-11   2012

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    • Interregional productivity differentials: A shift-share decomposition analysis and its application to post-war Japan Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences4 ( 1 ) 1 - 7   3 2011

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      This study proposes a squared employment-weighted coefficient of variation through a shift-share decomposition analysis, addressing the disadvantage of Esteban's (Reg. Sci. Urban Econ. 30:353-364, 2000) variance measure. The aim is to analyze the role of each shift-share component in explaining interregional inequality in productivity per worker. Applying this inequality decomposition approach to prefectural data in post-war Japan generates several empirical results. One of the most interesting results is that the productivity differential component, which can be attributed to the region-specific sectoral productivity differential, was a dominant contributor throughout the period, although its values varied by year. Considering that the productivity differential component as an index of accumulated past investments within a given sector, its yearly variation indicates alternating policy shifts in the regional allocation of investment. This is consistent with the empirical result of Kataoka (Rev. Urban Reg. Dev. Stud. 17:115-139, 2005) that the regional development policy in post-war Japan alternated between efficiency-oriented investment allocation, which implies greater investment in higher-productivity regions, and equity-oriented investment allocation, which implies greater investment in lower-productivity regions. Moreover, the divergence in the interprefectural inequality of sectoral productivity differentials and the convergence in the interprefectural inequality of the sectoral employment share, observed from the mid-1970s, imply the advance of interregional division of labor, which may result from the agglomeration of the knowledge-intensive activities in Tokyo regions. This interregional relocation was described as Tokyo monopolar regional system by Fujita and Tabuchi (Reg. Sci. Urban Econ. 27:643-667, 1997). © 2010 Springer-Verlag.

      DOI: 10.1007/s12076-010-0045-5

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    • Factor Decomposition of Interregional Income Inequality before and after Indonesia's Economic Crisis Peer-reviewed

      Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Studies in Regional Science40 ( 4 ) 1061 - 1072   2010

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      Using the Theil population-weighted method for per capita GDP and the variance in a shift-share analysis on labor productivity, we conduct a comprehensive interregional income inequality decomposition analysis on Indonesia before and after the 1998 economic crisis. Interregional income inequality is largely determined by the interregional inequality in the productivity differential component due to the region's specific sector-by-sector productivity differentials—the result of investments accumulated in technology, public infrastructure and human capital. Although the interregional inequality in the productivity differentials show a declining trend throughout the period under observation, they should have decreased further, considering the active implementation of policies aimed at balanced regional development. However, the results are still far below the target levels because of the effects of economic agglomeration. An examination of non-productivity factors shows that the interregional inequality in the employment rate has become the dominant factor after the crisis, whereas the active population rate was dominant before. The widening of the interregional employment gap is a new concern for Indonesia. The relative decrease in urban employment rates in 2003-2006 and the predominance of inequality in higher educational attainments within the urban sector reported by Akita and Miyata[5]suggest a growing deterioration in the labor market efficiency in urban regions. © 2010, JAPAN SECTION OF THE REGIONAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL. All rights reserved.

      DOI: 10.2457/srs.40.1061

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    • Interregional interdependence and regional economic growth: An interregional input-output analysis of the Kyushu region Peer-reviewed

      Takahiro Akita, Mitsuhiko Kataoka

      Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies14 ( 1 ) 18 - 40   2002

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      The main objective of this paper is to examine the effects of the changes in economic conditions and government policies on the output growth of the Kyushu region between 1965 and 1990. This study uses the extended growth-factor decomposition method based on a three-region Japanese interregional input-output system consisting of Kyushu, Kanto, and the rest of Japan. The growth pattern of Kyushu changed noticeably over the period. The primary drivers of growth changed from the expansion of final demand within Kyushu to direct and indirect effects from outside Kyushu. This unambiguously indicates that Kyushu has facilitated interregional and international interdependence. The emergence of the processing and assembling sector, together with the construction of new networks of trunk railway lines, expressways, and communications, promoted closer interregional industrial linkages between Kyushu, Kanto, and the rest of Japan. In addition, the offshore transfer of production from Kyushu to Southeast Asia after the Plaza Accord Agreement strengthened Kyushu's international industrial linkages.

      DOI: 10.1111/1467-940X.00046

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    Misc.

    • Performance measurement of local public service provisions in Indonesia for 2010-2012: A data envelopment analysis approach Peer-reviewed

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      "57th European Regional Science Association Congress, Cork, Ireland "   8 2018

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    Books and Other Publications

    • Strengthening Regional And Local Economy

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko( Role: Contributor ,  Chapter 9: Interregional Allocation of Capital with Spillover Effects in Indonesia’s Pre- and Post-Crisis Economy)

      IRSA Book Series on Regional Development  7 2019 

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    • Government and Country: Achieving Common Goal

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko( Role: Contributor ,  Spatial allocation policy of public investment in Indonesia and Japan)

      Indonesian Regional Science Association Book Series  8 2014 

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    Presentations

    • Introduction of Spatial Data Analysis with STATA Workshop Invited International conference

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      Academic Exchange Program of PHRD-IV FEB, Universitas Brawijaya  2 12 2019 

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    • Spatial distribution in local public service efficiency in Indonesia for 2010-2012: Bootstrap Data Envelopment Analysis

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      15th Indonesian Regional Science Association, Banda Aceh  7 2019 

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    • Inequality convergence in interprovincial income and inefficiency in Indonesia for 1990-2010

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      火曜研究会 名古屋市立大学経済学研究科  22 5 2019 

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    • Inequality convergence in interprovincial income and inefficiency in Indonesia for 1990-2010 Invited

      KATAOKA Mitsuhiko

      第156回地域科学ワークショップ 東北大学情報科学研究科  26 1 2018 

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      Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

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    Teaching Experience

    • 4 2019 - Present 
      Development Planning ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 4 2017 - Present 
      Japanese Economy ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 4 2017 - Present 
      Development Economics ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 9 2016 - Present 
      Statistics for Economics & Management ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 9 2016 - Present 
      Urban & Regional Economics ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 12 2020 - 12 2020 
      Stata Introductory workshop seminar ( Rikkyo University )

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    • 9 2012 - 12 2012 
      Macroeconomics ( Padjadjaran University )

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    Professional Memberships

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      The Pan Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies

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      East Asian Economic Association

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      THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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      THE JAPAN SECTION OF THE REGIONAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL

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      APPLIED REGIONAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE

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    Research Projects

    • インドネシアとフィリピンの地方分権と自治体の行政サービスの効率性に関する研究

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 

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      4 2017 - 3 2019

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • 要素賦存量の地域間不均衡と経済成長:インドネシアのマクロ経済統計を用いた実証研究

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 

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      4 2014 - 3 2017

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • インドネシアの経済成長と地域間経済格差:生産要素の地域データを用いた実証研究

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 

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      4 2011 - 3 2014

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • Economic Growth and Resource Allocation for the National, Regional and Provincial Economies in Indonesia.

      インドネシア国政府  Padjadjaran大学共同研究助成 

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      9 2012 - 3 2013

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • アジア経済危機後のインドネシアの地域間経済格差の変化と政策的含意の考察

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 

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      4 2008 - 3 2011

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • インドネシアの経済成長と地域構造の変化

      野村財団  海外渡航研究報告助成 

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      6 2010 - 8 2010

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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