Labor Economics, Health Economics, Econometrics,
B.A. Rutgers University
Ph.D. City University of New York
Research and Teaching Interests：
My research activities range from development of new estimation techniques to empirical studies of labor economics, health economics and other applied microeconomics. The current research topics include estimation of sample selection models, labor supply decisions of registered nurses, racial disparities of influenza vaccination in the U.S., and the effect of homeownership on labor market outcomes.
At Sophia University, I teach labor economics, health economics, and statistics/econometrics. In my courses, students aim at understanding theoretical concepts and applying these concepts to analyze real-world problems.
- Takuya Hasebe, Bilesha Weeraratne, 2011, “Intergenerational Dynamics in Agriculture as an Economic Activity,” in Agricultural and Rural Development in Sri Lanka, edited by Wijitapure Wimalaratana, University of Colombo, Chapter 2.
- Takuya Hasebe, 2013. “Marginal Effects of a Bivariate Binary Choice Model” Economics Letters, Volume 121, Issue 2, pp. 298-301
- Takuya Haseb, 2013. “Copula-based Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Sample Selection” Stata Journal, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 547-573
- Takuya Hasebe, 2012. “Tests for the Level Moment Conditions: GMM Estimation in a Linear Dynamic Panel Model” Economics Bulletin, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp. 412-420
- Takuya Hasebe, Wim P. Vijverberg, 2011. “A Flexible Sample Selection Model: A GTL-Copula Approach” IZA Discussion Paper No. 7003
|IBE307||ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LABOR MARKETS|
|IBE471||ECONOMICS OF HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE POLICY|
|MTH111||MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS|
|INF100||OVERVIEW OF DATA SCIENCE|
|BD510||BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTIC|