Professor Tadashi Fukui
|Area and Subject Taught||Economics of Social Security|
|Research Theme(s)||Public Policy for Heterogeneous Individuals who Confront Lifecycle Uncertainty|
|Academic Degrees||Ph.D. (Economics), Kyoto University|
|Keywords for Research Field||Life Cycles, Idiosyncratic Risk, Public Economics|
|Office Phone Number||81-75-705-1874|
The diversity of individual's economic circumstances is occurred due to not only their own decision but also exogenous shocks such as illness or unemployment. Observing
the inequality in temporary economic states could not shed light on the comprehension of the inequality in lifetime welfare. On the other hand, observing the transition of
aggregate economic valuables would overlook the heterogeneity of individual welfare. Designs of public policy require an overall comprehension of varied individuals facing
different economic circumstances at different life stages.
The subjects of the research are the heterogeneity in individual attributes that can change during one's lifetime, such as economic ability, health status, or family arrangements. In general, redistribution policy for equalizing the economic results has a negative effect on individuals' efforts. When, however, individuals confront undiversified risk, redistribution policy also has a function as insurance system by dispersing the risk among many individuals. Therefore, redistribution policy could also encourage individuals' making an effort to achieve better economic results. Balancing these two effects of redistribution policy on individual decisions is required for the current public policy.
Notable Publications and Works
- Fukui, Tadashi (2016), “Future Projections of the Long-Term Care Insurance System for Japanese Prefectures,” Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronsyu (Social Scieance Series), No.33, pp.61-80.
- Fukui, Tadashi (2015), “Future Projection of JHIA Managed Health Insurance System,” Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronsyu (Social Science Series), No.32, pp.85-101.
- Iwamoto, Yasushi and Tadashi Fukui (2014), “Smoothing Health and Long-term Care Insurance Premiums,” Kikan Shakai Hosho Kenkyu, Vol.50, No.3, pp.324-338.
- Fukui, Tadashi (2014), "Healthcare System for the Elderly and Municipal NHIs' Finance," Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronshu (Social Science Series), No.31, pp.75-100.
- Fukui, Tadashi (2013), "Future Projections of Municipal NHIs' Finance for Each Prefecture," Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronshu (Social Science Series), No.30, pp.215-238.
- Fukui, Tadashi (2012), "The influence of Change in Household Structure on Income Inequality (in Japanese)," Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronsyu (Social Science Series), No.29, pp.155-180.
：Quasi-Panel Data Analysis for Household Income Inequality
- Fukui, Tadashi (2011), "A Long-term Projection for the Sustainability of Public Finance in Japan (in Japanese)," Keizai Ronso, Vol. 185, No.1, pp.1-15.
：A Long-term Mechanical Simulation on Public Finance in Japan
- Iwamoto,Yasushi and Tadashi Fukui (2007), "Introduction of Funding Scheme for Health and Long-term Care Insurance, (in Japanese)" Financial Review, No.87, pp.44-73.
：Long-term Financial Simulation of the Funding Scheme for Health and Long-term Care Insurance
- Fukui,Tadashi (2003), "Welfare Effects of Tax Policy under Uncertain Rate of Return, (in Japanese)" Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronshu (Social Science Series), No.20, pp.89-105.
：Normative Analysis on Tax Policy under Uncertainty in Wealth Accumulation
- Fukui,Tadashi (2001), "Labor Income Taxation and Investment in Human Capital under Uncertainty, (in Japanese)" Keizai Ronso, Vol.168, No.4, pp.22-37.
：Theoretical Analysis on Labor Income Tax and the Human Capital Accumulation
- Iwamoto,Yasushi and Tadashi Fukui (2001), "The Effect of Incomes on Living Arrangements, (in Japanese)" JCER Economic Journal, No.42, pp.21-43.
：Empirical Analysis on the Relationship between Family Living Arrangements and Their Income levels
- Yoshida,Kazuo and Tadashi Fukui (2000), "Estimate of Structural Deficit in Japanese Finance: Policy Evaluation based on Structural Budgetary Balance, (in Japanese)" Financial Review, Vo.53, pp.162-84.
：An Estimation of Structural Budgetary Balance until 1990's