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0000 0000 4879 6280
Name: 
Tomiura, E.
Tomiura, Eiichi
トミウラ, エイイチ
富浦, 英一
富浦英一
Dates: 
1961-
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article
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author
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Banri, ITO
Eiichi, TOMIURA
Hiroshi, MUKUNOKI
Hyogo-Kenritsu-Daigaku Affiliation (see also from)
ITO, BANRI
Katayama, Seiichi
Lahiri, Sajal
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics
Okubo, Toshihiro
Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
Ryuhei, WAKASUGI
TOMIURA, EIICHI
Toshihiro, OKUBO
WAKASUGI, RYUHEI
Yokohama National University / College of Economics
Yokohama National University / International Graduate School of Social Sciences
Yokohama-Kokuritsu-Daigaku Affiliation (see also from)
Titles: 
Autososhingu no kokusai keizaigaku : Gurobaru boeki no henbo to nihon kigyo no mikuro deta bunseki.
Capacity constraint and changing seasonality over business cycles: evidence from plant-level production data
Capacity constraint and seasonal productivity variations at plant level
Changing economic geography and vertical linkages in Japan
Correlation of seasonal variation and nonseasonal variation of production at the establishment level
Cost heterogeneity and the destination of Japanese foreign direct investment: A theoretical and empirical analysis
Cross-regional Variations in Offshore Outsourcing Choices: Evidence from Firm-level Data
Dissecting Offshore Outsourcing and R&D: A Survey of Japanese Manufacturing Firms
Does Firm Boundary Matter? The effect of offshoring on productivity of Japanese firms
Effects of R&D and networking on the export decision of Japanese firms
Endowment Effect and Trade Policy Preferences: Evidence from a survey on individuals
FACTOR PRICE EQUALIZATION IN JAPANESE REGIONS
Firm-Level Relationship between Technological Capability and Foreign Direct Investment
Foreign outsourcing and firm-level characteristics: evidence from Japanese manufacturers
Foreign outsourcing and the product cycle: evidence from micro data
Foreign outsourcing, exporting, and FDI: A productivity comparison at the firm level
Foreign versus domestic outsourcing: Firm-level evidence on the role of technology
Global Sourcing, Technology, and Factor Intensity: Firm-level Relationships
impact of import competition on Japanese manufacturing employment, The
Import Competition and Employment in Japan: Plant Startup, Shutdown and Product Changes
Industrial relocation policy and heterogeneous plants sorted by productivity: Evidence from Japan
Industrial relocation policy, productivity and heterogeneous plants: Evidence from Japan
Offshore outsourcing and non-production workers: Firm-level relationships disaggregated by skills and suppliers
Offshore Outsourcing and Productivity: Evidence from Japanese Firm‐level Data Disaggregated by Tasks
OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING DECISION AND CAPITAL INTENSITY: FIRM‐LEVEL RELATIONSHIPS
Offshoring and Corporate Headquarters: Evidence from Japanese firm-level data
Offshoring and Productivity: Evidence from Japanese Firm-level Data
Offshoring and Trade in East Asia: A Statistical Analysis
Offshoring and Trade in East Asia: Statistical Evidence
Productivity distribution, firm heterogeneity, and agglomeration: Evidence from firm-level data
Regional Variations in Productivity Premium of Exporters: Evidence from plant-level data
Senryakuteki tsūshō seisaku no keizaigaku
Size Matters: Multi-plant operation and the separation of corporate headquarters
Skew productivity distributions and agglomeration: Evidence from plant-level data
Technological Capability and FDI in Asia: Firm-level Relationships among Japanese Manufacturers link rid="fn1"*/link
Technological Knowledge and Offshore Outsourcing: Evidence from Japanese firm-level data
Three essays on dynamic export competition
アウトソーシングの国際経済学 : グローバル貿易の変貌と日本企業のミクロ・データ分析
戰略的通商政策の経済学
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JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIES
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics, 1992
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