KATO Ryuta Ray

Professor, Graduate School of Governance Studies, Professional Graduate School,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Dynamic Macroeconomics, Public Economics, General Equilibrium Model Analysis with Numerical Analysis Method

Research themes:
Economic analysis of population aging, social security, public pension, long-term care insurance, female labor, etc.

Main books and papers:
◆“Population Aging and Labor Mobility in Japan” Japan and the World Economy, vol.62, Article 101130, 2022
◆“The Future Prospect of the Long-term Care Insurance in Japan” Japan and the World Economy (2018)
◆“Remittances and the Redistributive Policy in Ghana: A Computable General Equilibrium Approach” Review of Economics & Finance (Joint authorship, 2016)
◆“International Remittances and Brain Drain in Ghana” Journal of Economics and Political Economy (Joint authorship, 2016)
◆“Female Labor Supply, Social Security, and Fiscal Consolidation” in Ihori T and K Terai eds., The Political Economy of Fiscal Consolidation in Japan, Chapter 3, Springer (Joint authorship, 2015).