Yoshihiko Kadoya calls for PhD Students/ PostDoc ResearchersThose who are interested in obtaining a PhD in the field of health economics, empirical economics, and public policy are welcome. Those who are looking for PostDoc opportunities are also welcome.
Kadoya Lab’s Cutting-Edge Research ProjectsWhy don’t you join Kadoya Lab’s cutting-edge research projects that fully develop your skills?
These include but not limited to
a) Financial Literacy and Sustainable Health/Household Economics:
b) Human Services and Long-Term Care:
c) Emotion and Productivity:
d) Tactile Marketing
e) Family Care-Giving, Natural Experiment, and other Asian Studies:
f) Addiction/ Health behavior:
g) COVID-19 Pandemic:
Interview: Yoshihiko Kadoya (Researchers Leading the World)
Interview: Yoshihiko Kadoya (Distinguished Professor, p.13)
Interview: Yoshihiko Kadoya (Distinguished Researcher)
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Together with Hiroshima Institute of Health Economics Research (HiHER), we are actively engaged with international research collaborations.
We also have collaborated with many business and public organizations. See this for instance.
Publication Opportunities“Publish or Perish.” This is very true in academia, where publications matter. With that in mind, Kadoya Lab would provide you with numerous opportunities for publication.
In fact, Kadoya Lab students have many publications:
Voice from lab members
Possible Financial SupportsIf you wish, Yoshihiko Kadoya can help you to get scholarships including the MEXT Scholarship (Japanese Government Scholarship) and the JDS Scholarship (Japanese Government Scholarship). As of 2020, all PhD students at Kadoya Lab have won HU’s Excellent Student Scholarship and many of them have won the MEXT/ JDS Scholarship. See Student Achievement for the details. For the admission, the applicants must have
- a master degree or its equivalent
- a good command of the English language
- passion for empirical research
- a good command of stata (not mandatory but preferable) More info Admission Page
Hiroshima University (HU)
- HU is recognized, by the Japanese Government, as a Japan’s Top Global University (Type A)
- HU is a research university
- HU is consistently ranked 10th – 15th out of over 700 universities in Japan
- HU is surrounded by many national (research) institutions such as AIST, RIKEN, and JICA
- The tuition of HU is very affordable for research university (annual tuition fee is only 535,800 JPY [approx. 5,000 USD/year]) Click here for the details (see page 7)
- The living expenses of the HU main campus (Higashi-Hiroshima) area are particularly affordable, compared to those of most other cities among the OECD member countries (click here for the details) and the campus life would probably be very convenient for you: if you live in the dormitory or apartments located in the university town like Shitami area, almost all you need for your daily life like shopping mall, electric store, DIY shop, banks, convenience stores, post office, cafes, and restaurants, are within walking distance.
- The HU area is very safe! (Japan is one the world’s safest countries)
- The location of HU main campus (Higashi-Hiroshima) is reasonably accessible everywhere: a) the campus is directly connected to the city of Hiroshima (A-bomb dome area) by highway bus (about 1 hour ride); b) Shinkansen station, the local line of the Japan Railway (JR) local line, Highway, and Hiroshima International Airport are nearby. Click here for the details
- See student life for the details
- See HU update to follow the updates of HU