Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study

6th November 2019 The 42nd regular seminar : Yasushi Hara, Hitotsubashi University, ”Drug Discovery in Japan – Investigating the Sources of Innovation.”

http://health-economics.hias.hit-u.ac.jp/event_english/20191106/

【the 42nd HIAS Health Regular Seminar】
Date & time November 6 (Wed), 2019 16:30-18:00
Venue HIAS Seminar Room (Faculty Building II, Room 517), Kunitachi West Campus, Hitotsubashi University
Speaker Yasushi Hara, Adjunct Associate Professor,
TDB Center for Advanced Empirical Research on Enterprise and Economy (TDB-CAREE), Faculty of Economics, Hitotsubashi University
Title “Drug Discovery in Japan – Investigating the Sources of Innovation.”
Language English

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  4. 25th September 2019 The 40th Regular Seminar:Masaki Takahashi, HIAS Postdoctoral Researcher, Hitotsubashi University “The Behavioral Effect of Insurance Coverage and Its Health Consequences:Evidence from Long-Term Care.”

  5. 26th June 2019 The 39th Regular Seminar:Thomas Rouyard, HIAS Postdoctoral Researcher, Hitotsubashi University “A behavioural economics approach to personalised risk communication : nudging people with Type 2 diabetes towards a healthier lifestyle.

  6. (日本語) 5月8日(水)第38回定例研究会: 縄田和満教授(東京大学大学院⼯学系研究科技術経営戦略学専攻/RIETI)「健康診断・レセプトデータを用いた健康状況と医療費の関連に関する分析」を開催します。

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  10. Congratulations to Professor M. Sato on Receiving the Ishikawa Prize