Yusuke Jinnai

FacultyGraduate School of International Relations
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated: Nov. 28, 2019 at 18:48

Researcher Profile & Settings

Name

    Yusuke Jinnai

Profile & Settings

Affiliation

  • Graduate School of International Relations Associate Professor

Education

  • Sep. 2008Jun. 2013University of Rochester Department of Economics
  • Apr. 1999Mar. 2001Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology Department of Value and Decision Science
  • Apr. 1995Mar. 1999Tokyo Institute of Technology School of Science Department of Mathematics

Degree

  • Ph.D. in Economics(University of Rochester)

Association Memberships

    Western Economic Association International, Econometric Society, American Economic Association, Japanese Economic Association

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Sep. 2015- TodayAssociate Professor, International University of Japan
  • Sep. 2013Aug. 2015Assistant Professor, International University of Japan
  • Apr. 2001Jun. 2008The Japan Research Institute, Limited

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Economics / Economic policy
  • Economics / Public finance/Public economy

Research Interests

    Applied Econometrics, Policy Evaluation, Labor Economics, Economics of Education

Published Papers

  • Does Health Insurance Matter in the Hospital? New Evidence from Patient-level Medical Records in Vietnam
    Lan Thi Thu Phan and Yusuke Jinnai
    IUJ Research Institute Working Paper Series 2018
  • Do Job Applicants also Discriminate Potential Employers? Evidence from the World’s Largest Online Labor Market
    Yusuke Jinnai
    IUJ Research Institute Working Paper Series 2016
  • To Introduce or Not To Introduce Monetary Bonuses: The Cost of Repealing Teacher Incentives
    Yusuke Jinnai
    IUJ Research Institute Working Paper Series 2016
  • How Does School Choice Improve Students’ Performance? Estimating School-level Competitive Effects and Student-level Peer Effects
    Yusuke Jinnai
    IUJ Research Institute Working Paper Series 2016
  • The Effects of a Teacher Performance-Pay Program on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Economics Bulletin 36(2) 993-999 2016 [Refereed]
  • Direct and Indirect Impact of Charter Schools' Entry on Traditional Public Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Economics Letters 124(3) 452-456 2014 [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Do Job Applicants also Discriminate Potential Employers? Evidence from the World’s Largest Online Labor Market
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Eastern Economic Association Feb. 2019
  • Do Job Applicants also Discriminate Potential Employers? Evidence from the World’s Largest Online Labor Market
    Yusuke Jinnai
    East Asian Economic Association Oct. 2018
  • Do Job Applicants also Discriminate Potential Employers? Evidence from the World’s Largest Online Labor Market
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association Jun. 2018
  • Do Job Applicants also Discriminate Potential Employers? Evidence from the World’s Largest Online Labor Market
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Japanese Economic Association Sep. 2017
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Japanese Economic Association Jun. 2017
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Society of Labor Economists May 2017
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Eastern Economic Association Feb. 2017
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association International Jan. 2017
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    East Asian Economic Association Oct. 2016
  • Understanding Job Matching in Online Labor Markets: Evidence from the World’s Largest Crowd-sourcing Service
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association Jun. 2016
  • Do Sports Teams Benefit from Qualifying-round Exemption? Regression-discontinuity Evidence from a Long-distance Race in Japan
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association International Jan. 2016
  • How Does School Choice Improve Students’ Performance? Estimating School-level Competitive Effects and Student-level Peer Effects
    Yusuke Jinnai
    European Economic Association Aug. 2015
  • How Does School Choice Improve Students’ Performance? Estimating School-level Competitive Effects and Student-level Peer Effects
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association Jun. 2015
  • The Effects of a Teacher Performance-Pay Program on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Western Economic Association International Jan. 2015
  • The Impact of Charter Schools’ Entry on Traditional Public Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina
    Yusuke Jinnai
    European Association of Labour Economists Sep. 2014
  • The Impact of Charter Schools' Entry on Traditional Public Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Australian Conference of Economists Jul. 2014
  • To Introduce or Not To Introduce Monetary Bonuses: The Cost of Repealing Teacher Incentives
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society Jun. 2014
  • The Effects of a Teacher Performance-Pay Program on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Singapore Economic Review Conference Aug. 2013
  • The Impact of Charter Schools' Entry on Traditional Public Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina
    Yusuke Jinnai
    North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society Jun. 2013
  • The Impact of Charter Schools' Entry on Traditional Public Schools
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Association for Education Finance and Policy Mar. 2013
  • Who Benefits from School Choice? School Competition, Student Sorting, and Spillover Effects
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Society of Labor Economists May 2012
  • The Impact of Teacher Incentives on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
    Yusuke Jinnai
    Association for Education Finance and Policy Mar. 2012

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • Economics of Education (International University of Japan)
  • Microeconomics (International University of Japan)
  • Development Economics (International University of Japan)
  • Health Economics (International University of Japan)
  • Econometrics (International University of Japan)
  • Labor Economics (International University of Japan)
  • Statistical Methods (International University of Japan)


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