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We are inviting a postdoc!

We are inviting a postdoc at RIKEN who can develop models of social and economic phenomena and simulate them on large scale data. The contract is annual but can be renewed by March 2025.(This invitation is different from the last one.)https://www.riken.jp/…/researchers/20210618_2/index.html Seeking a Research Scientist or a Postdoctoral Researcher at Discrete Event Simulation Research Team...

Press Release Issued from RIKEN

RIKEN and Prof. Inoue’s research group issued a joint press release tilted “First in the World – Revealing the Money Flow Network: Big Data Analysis on Banking in Cutting-edge Network Science“ based on the recently released research paper titled “Money flow network among firms’ accounts in a regional bank of Japan”. お金の流れのネットワーク構造を世界で初めて解明理研ら共同研究グループは、最新のビッグデータ・ネットワーク科学を用いて、地方銀行の企業口座間のお金の流れの構造を解明することに成功しました。
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Discussion Paper was Published on BERG Working Paper Series

Prof. Inoue’s discussion paper titled “Market Selection in Global Value Chains” (https://www.uni-bamberg.de/fileadmin/uni/fakultaeten/sowi_faecher/vwl/BERG/BERG_170.pdf(opens in a new tab)) was published on BERG Working Paper Series organized by University of Bamberg.  This paper computes productivity of each industry, using interindustry relations table of the world. It discovers that more growth can be estimated by considering, not only a...

His Article on VOXEU Ranked 5th as Most Read Articles

Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is world’s largest community among economic scientists, and VOXEU is its portal website. Prof. Inoue’s article posted last month ranked fifth in the most read articles in this month. It seems the effect of countermeasures of COVID-19 is still a big concern and occupies the interest of the public....

Prof. Inoue Accepted 2021’s Freshmen to Seminar

Freshmen enrolled in 2021, Mr. Nakagun and Mr. Yamamoto belonging M1 started taking Prof. Inoue’s seminar. Prof. Inoue was excited to promote interesting research with them further.

Paper was Picked Up on RIETI Highlight

Prof. Inoue’s research (Hiroyasu Inoue, Yohsuke Murase, Yasuyuki Todo, “The impact of supply-chain networks on interactions between the anti-COVID-19 lockdowns in different regions”, COVID Economics, 56, pp.157-194, 2020.) was picked up on public relations magazine of Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI). RIETI – RIETI広報誌経済産業研究所RIETIからのお知らせ。年報・広報誌などを掲載しています。

Research was Picked Up on Portal Site of CEPR

Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is world’s largest community among researchers. Prof. Inoue’s research ( Inoue, H, Y Murase and Y Todo (2020), “Do Economic Effects of the Anti-Covid-19 Lockdowns in Different Regions Interact through Supply Chains?” RIETI Discussion Paper, 21-E-001, Trade Research Institute for Economy, and Industry.) was picked up on its portal...

Presentation at DRIS 10th Joint Workshop

Prof. Inoue had a presentation at 10th Joint Workshop, held by Disaster Reduction Information Systems (DRIS). The presentation was about disaster simulation based on comprehensive supply chain data, researched by Prof. Inoue and Prof. Todo of Waseda University. Prof. Inoue commented that the workshop was quite enlightening for him since many researches presented at the...

Invited Lecture at Seminar of OECD

Prof. Inoue was invited to a seminar, hosted by New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) initiative of OECD and had a presentation there. Many lectures were state-of-the-art research, taking new approaches using Agent-based model and network to remedy a defect of current framework of economics. NAEC Innovation Lab – New Approaches for Economic ChallengesThe NAEC...

Invited Lecture at The 3rd R-CCS International Symposium

Prof. Inoue was invited to and had a lecture at The 3rd R-CCS International Symposium. It was a very awe-inspiring opportunity for him to join such a symposium where many famous professors and researchers in computational science gathered. The 3rd R-CCS International SymposiumThe 3rd R-CCS International Symposium
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