Publications

Working papers

  1. Kota Ogasawara.
    Persistence of natural disasters on child health: Evidence from the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 arXiv
  2. Kota Ogasawara.
    Consumption smoothing in the working-class households of interwar Japan arXiv
  3. Kota Ogasawara and Mizuki Komura.
    Consequences of war: Japan’s demographic transition and the marriage market SSRN
  4. Shonosuke Sugasawa, Yuki Kawakubo, Kota Ogasawara.
    Spatially varying empirical Bayes approach to area-level modelsarXiv

Refereed journal articles

  1. Tatsuki Inoue, Kota Ogasawara.
    Chain effects of clean water: The Mills-Reincke phenomenon in early twentieth-century Japan.
    Economics & Human Biology 36, 2020, 100822.
  2. Kota Ogasawara, Ian Gazaley, Eric Schneider.
    Nutrition, crowding and disease among low-income households in Tokyo in 1930.
    Australian Economic History Review, forthcoming.
  3. Kota Ogasawara, Minami Yumitori.
    Early-life exposure to weather shocks and child height: Evidence from industrializing Japan.
    Social Science & Medicine: Population Health 7, 2019.
  4. Kota Ogasawara.
    The long-run effects of pandemic influenza on the development of children from elite backgrounds: Evidence from industrializing Japan.
    Economics & Human Biology 31, 2018, 125-137.
  5. Eric Schneider, Kota Ogasawara.
    Disease and child growth in industrialising Japan: Critical windows and the growth pattern, 1917-39.
    Explorations in Economic History 69, 2018, 64-80.
  6. Janet Hunter, Kota Ogasawara.
    Price shocks in regional markets: Japan’s Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923.
    Economic History Review 72, 2019, 1335-1362.
  7. Kota Ogasawara, Yukitoshi Matsushita.
    Public health and multiple-phase mortality decline: Evidence from industrializing Japan.
    Economics & Human Biology 29, 2018, 198-210.
  8. Kota Ogasawara, Tatsuki Inoue.
    Long-run effects of early childhood exposure to cholera on final height: Evidence from industrializing Japan.
    Social Science & Medicine: Population Health 4, 2018, 66-70.
  9. Kota Ogasawara, Yukitoshi Matsushita.
    Heterogeneous treatment effects of safe water on infectious disease: Do meteorological factors matter?
    Cliometrica 13, 2019, 55-82.
  10. Kota Ogasawara.
    Health and education during industrialization: Evidence from early twentieth century Japan.
    International Journal of Educational Development 61, 2018, 40-54.
  11. Kota Ogasawara.
    Persistence of pandemic influenza on the development of children: Evidence from industrializing Japan.
    Social Science & Medicine 181, 2017, 43-53.
  12. Shonosuke Sugasawa, Tatsuya Kubokawa, Kota Ogasawara.
    Empirical uncertain Bayes methods in area-level models.
    Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 44, 2017, 684-706.
  13. Kota Ogasawara, Shinichiro Shirota, Genya Kobayashi.
    Public health improvements and mortality in interwar Tokyo: A Bayesian disease mapping approach.
    Cliometrica 12, 2018, 1-31.
  14. Kota Ogasawara, Genya Kobayashi.
    The impact of social workers on infant mortality in inter-war Tokyo: Bayesian dynamic panel quantile regression with endogenous variables.
    Cliometrica 9, 2015, 97-130.
  15. Kota Ogasawara, Akira Yonezawa, Takashi Ise.
    The effect and base of a self-organized program at a welfare center for the elderly: focus on health-related quality of life (in Japanese).
    Quarterly of Social Security Research 49, 2013, 122-134.
  16. Kota Ogasawara.
    Function of social work in farming villages during the interwar period in Japan: risk management by communities (in Japanese).
    Journal of Economic Studies 55, 2013, 13-25.
  17. Kota Ogasawara.
    The attribute of district committee in Miyagi prefecture during the interwar period (in Japanese).
    Journal of Ohara Institute for Social Research 649, 2012, 47-64.
  18. Kota Ogasawara.
    Social work and female labor supply of agricultural households in interwar Japan (in Japanese).
    Journal of Political Economy and Economic History 217, 2012, 1-15.