Keio Economic Observatory (KEO) was established in 1959 at Keio University, for the purpose of conducting theoretical and empirical research on economic and industry studies in the context of the existing economic conditions of Japan. The institute consisted of the three sections: Economics, Law and Behavioral Science.
The Institute's researchers consist of specialists in various departments at Keio University as well as the Institute's own research staffs.
- KEO Discussion Paper No.131(Abstract): Koji NOMURA, Kanji YOSHIOKA, and Shiori OSAWA "Estimation of Import Share Elasticity of Photovoltaic Modules" 18p. January, 2013
- KEO Discussion Paper No.129: Koji Nomura and Tomomichi Amano "Labor Productivity and Quality Change in Singapore:Achievements in 1974-2011 and Prospects for the Next Two Decades" 55p. Sep, 2012
- KEO Discussion Paper No.126: MIYAUCHI, Tamaki "Two-agent discrete choice model with random coefficient utility functions for structural analysis on household labor supply" 36p. August, 2011