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The 68th regular seminar: Dr. Tao TAO, School of Sociology and Population Studies, Renmin University of China, “Birth Order and Gender Differences in the Division of Elderly Support within Chinese Family in the Process of Individualization”


The 67th regular seminar: Dr. Stéphane Verguet, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University, “Global health priority setting: new quantitative methods to define efficient and equitable pathways toward universal health coverage”


The 66th regular seminar: Dr. Gabriela Flores, WHO, Department of Health System and Financing, “Too many lack financial protection in health: evidence from the 2023 global monitoring report on Universal health coverage”


The 65th regular seminar: Dr. Matthew Robson, Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, “Estimating Health Equity Weights Across Multiple Domains”


The 64th regular seminar: Dr. Kazumitsu Nawata, HIAS, Hitotsubashi University, “An Analysis of Health Factors Affecting Employees’ Absenteeism; and Risk factors for heart, cerebrovascular, and kidney diseases”


The 62th regular seminar: Hiroki Kato, Postdoctoral Researcher, HIAS, Hitotsubashi University, “Mailing Vaccination Ticket: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis On Rubella Antibody Testing and Vaccination”


The 63th regular seminar: Dr. Alex Cook, NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, “Academic-government collaboration in public health: with case studies in modelling and responding to COVID-19 in Singapore”


The 61st regular seminar : Wanrudee Isaranuwatchai,Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP), Ministry of Public Health of Thailand,”Health technology assessment and health system research in Thailand : the case of Evusheld and high-cost users”


The 60th regular seminar: Ray Duch,Centre for Experimental Social Sciences,Nuffield College,University of Oxford, ”Cash for COVID-19 Vaccines? The Ghana Financial Incentives Trial”


The 59th regular seminar: Dr. Kazumitsu Nawata, HIAS, Hitotsubashi University, “Heart Diseases, Hypertension and Effects of Antihypertensive Medications: Is Hypertension a True Risk Factor of Heart Diseases?”


The 58th regular seminar : Rashedul Islam,Hitotsubashi University,”A comprehensive assessment of age-appropriate vaccination coverage in 41 low- and middle-income countries, 2000-2030″


The 57th regular seminar : Dr. Josselin Thuiliez,Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne,”An economic-epidemiological model with endogenous behavior and learning: theory and tests”


The 56th regular seminar : Stefan Lipman,Erasmus University Rotterdam,”Tailored financial incentives for health behaviour”


The 55th regular seminar : Mizanur Rahman,Hitotsubashi University,”Global, regional, and national progress in financial risk protection towards universal health coverage, 2000-2030: a Bayesian Hierarchical Analysis”


The 54th regular seminar : Kazumitsu Nawata,Hitotsubashi University,”Analyses of hypertension and diabetes using the large scale health checkup dataset and relations of mental health and working conditions”


The 53rd regular seminar : Shamima Akter, Hitotsubashi University, “Effectiveness of population level tobacco control policies to manage noncommunicable diseases: a systematic review and network meta-analysis”


The 52nd regular seminar : Ayako Honda,Hitotsubashi University,”Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic under different healthcare financing models – a comparative study of Brazil, Canada, France, and Japan”


The 51st regular seminar : Mizanur Rahman,Hitotsubashi University,”Forgone healthcare resulting from different barrier dimensions: a systematic review and meta-analysis”


The 50th regular seminar : Hongming Wang, Hitotsubashi University, “Covid-19 vaccine prioritization in Japan”


The 49th regular seminar : Diasuke Moriwaki,AI Lab,”Nudging Preventive Behaviors in COVID-19 Crisis: A Large Scale RCT using Smartphone Advertising”


The 48th regular seminar : Peter Eibich, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, “Care or self-care? The impact of informal care provision on health behaviour”


The 47th regular seminar : Eiji Mangyo, Nagoya University, “Relative Deprivation and Health: Re-examination and its Mechanisms”


The 46th regular seminar : Khin Thet Swe, Hitotsubashi University, “Impact of poverty reduction on access to water and sanitation in low- and lower-middle income countries: country specific projection to 2030”


The 44th regular seminar : Dr. Arthur Attema, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, ”Measuring risk and time preferences for health and money” and “Multivariate risk preferences in the QALY model”


The 42nd regular seminar : Yasushi Hara, Hitotsubashi University, ”Drug Discovery in Japan – Investigating the Sources of Innovation.”


The 43rd regular seminar : Hongming Wang, Hitotsubashi University, ”Expanding health insurance with mandate and subsidy: theory and evidence from Massachusetts”


The 40th regular seminar : Masaki Takahashi, Hitotsubashi University, ”The Behavioral Effect of Insurance Coverage and Its Health Consequences: Evidence from Long-Term Care.”


[Open position] Assistant Professor or Research Associate (closing date; Monday 2nd September 2019 (JST))


Dr. Masaki Takahashi, a postdoctoral researcher of Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS), has newly joined the center.


Visited BIOTOPIA for a preliminary investigation of Demonstration experiment on the effect of use of Flicker Health Management System on consciousness level of self-medication