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Regional Inequality and Industrial Structure in Japan:1874−2008

Regional Inequality and Industrial Structure in Japan:1874−2008 (ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERIES)

  • Kyoji Fukao(著)/ Jean‐Pascal Bassino(著)/ Tatsuji Makino(著)/ Ralph Paprzycki(著)/ Tokihiko Settsu(著)/ Masanori Takashima(著)/ Joji Tokui(著)/ THE INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH HITOTSUBASHI UNIVERSITY(編)
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • 1.1 Motivations and major characteristics of this study
    • 1.2 Regional inequality in the 19th and 20th centuries,and the Kuznets curve
    • 1.3 Regional convergence and its determinants
    • 1.4 Structural change and regional convergence
    • 1.5 Migration and regional convergence
    • 1.6 Convergence of total factor productivity and capital‐labor ratios
    • 1.7 Personal and regional inequality in Japan since the late 19th century
    • 1.8 Data limitations in preceding studies on regional inequality in Japan and current availability of data and estimates
    • 1.9 Outline of the remainder of the book
  • Chapter 2 Regional Inequality and Convergence in 1874−2008
    • 2.1 Introduction
    • 2.2 Long‐term trends in regional inequality
    • 2.3 Evolution of living standards at the prefecture level
    • 2.4 Prefectures’relative fortunes and rank stability
    • 2.5 Japanese regional inequality and convergence in international perspective
    • 2.6 Conclusion
  • Chapter 3 Industrial Structure,Prefectural Inequality,and Convergence
    • 3.1 Introduction
    • 3.2 Long‐term trends in Japan’s industrial structure
    • 3.3 Prefecture‐level industrial structures
    • 3.4 Decomposition of prefectural income inequality
    • 3.5 Conclusion
  • Chapter 4 Growth,Migration,and Convergence
    • 4.1 Introduction
    • 4.2 Regional growth,size of economic activity,and migration
    • 4.3 Migration as an engine of regional convergence
    • 4.4 Migration and human capital
    • 4.5 Migration,demographic change,and regional inequality
    • 4.6 Conclusion
    • APPENDIX:Construction of migration series at the prefecture level
  • Chapter 5 Regional Factor Inputs and Convergence in Japan:A Macro‐Level Analysis,1955−2008
    • 5.1 Introduction
    • 5.2 Sources of prefectural differences in labor productivity:Cross‐section analysis
    • 5.3 Growth accounting
    • 5.4 Economic convergence and the role of migration,capital accumulation,and TFP
    • 5.5 Conclusion
  • Chapter 6 Industry‐Level Factor Inputs and TFP,and Regional Convergence:1970−2008
    • 6.1 Introduction
    • 6.2 Decomposition of labor productivity differences
    • 6.3 The effect of changes in industrial structure on prefectural differences in factor intensity
    • 6.4 Industry contributions to the decline in regional differences in labor productivity
    • 6.5 Conclusion
  • Chapter 7 Conclusion
  • Appendix 1 Agricultural Production,Proto‐Industrialization,and Urbanization,1600−1874
    • A1.1 Introduction
    • A1.2 Outline of the estimation approach
    • A1.3 Estimates of regional output in the primary sector
    • A1.4 Estimates of output in the secondary and tertiary sectors
    • A1.5 Backward estimation for the Tokugawa period
    • A1.6 Conclusion
  • Appendix 2 Construction of Prefectural Data for the Pre‐World War Ⅱ Period
    • A2.1 Introduction
    • A2.2 Basic estimation strategy
    • A2.3 Agriculture,forestry,and fisheries
    • A2.4 Mining and manufacturing
    • A2.5 Construction and tertiary industry
    • A2.6 Prefectural populations and gainfully occupied population by prefecture and industry
    • A2.7 Estimation of indices of prefectural price differences and calculation of prefectural per capita income adjusted for regional price differences in 1950
    • A2.8 Comparison of our new estimates of GPP for 1874,1890,1909,1925,1935,and 1940 with earlier estimates of prefectural income or GPP
  • Appendix 3 Construction of Data Used in the Analysis for 1955−1969
    • A3.1 Estimation of value added by industry and prefecture
    • A3.2 Estimation of the number of employed persons by industry and prefecture
    • A3.3 Estimation of labor quality and working hours by prefecture
    • A3.4 Estimation of prefecture‐level capital stock for all industries
    • A3.5 Estimation of the cost of capital by prefecture
    • A3.6 Estimation of labor costs by prefecture
  • Appendix 4 Construction of the Regional‐Level Japan Industrial Productivity(R−JIP)Database Used in the Analysis for 1970−2008
    • A4.1 R−JIP industry classification and estimation of real value added by prefecture and industry
    • A4.2 Estimation of capital stock by prefecture and industry
    • A4.3 Estimation of labor input by prefecture and industry