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Kentaro Asai

Kentaro Asai

PhD student

Paris School of Economics, EHESS

Campus Jourdan – 48, boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

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Research groups: Labour and Public Economics
  • Labour Markets
  • Work organization and employment relations
  • Labor history
  • Public policy

Kentaro Asai is available for positions

Kentaro Asai is an EJME candidate and JOE Network candidate

  • Primary Field: Labor Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Applied Econometrics, Economic History
  • References: Thomas Breda, Luc Behaghel, Ryo Kambayashi
  • Job Market PAPER: Firm-Level Effects of Reductions in Working Hours
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Kentaro specializes in Labor Economics, with a particular focus on working hours, skills, and inequality. His research utilizes administrative data in a quasi-experimental setting to investigate the impact of labor market legislation on labor demand and employment dynamics.

Thesis Supervisor: BREDA Thomas

Academic year of registration: 2019/2020