Yuki Takahashi

I am a postdoctoral researcher at Tilburg University. I am an applied microeconomist working in the areas of Behavioral Economics, Gender Economics, and Labor Economics.

My research examines how biases, stereotypes, and institutions distort individual and group behaviors and proposes policy solutions. I primarily use laboratory and field experiments.

I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Bologna in July 2022. I am non-binary (pronoun: they/them). You can find my CV here.

Email: y.takahashi@uvt.nl
Twitter: @yukitakahashi11
Bluesky: @yukitakahashi.bsky.social

Yuki Takahashi

Working papers

Dislike Being Corrected? Corrections and Gender in Collaborative Work, submitted (Job Market Paper) Abstract
Awards: Runner Up Paper Prize at the Annual Southern PhD Economics Conference 2021, Runner-up Award at the 24th Moriguchi Prize Competition

The Effect of Decriminalization of Light Intimate Partner Violence on Married Women's Welfare, submitted Abstract

Are Men Less Generous to a Smarter Woman in a Non-romantic Setting?, R&R Abstract

Work in progress

Attention Discrimination in Performance Evaluation (with Jan Hausfeld and Boris van Leeuwen)

Are Men Driving Away Women from STEM Fields? (with Chihiro Inoue and Asumi Saito)


Statistical Methods for Business & Economics (Master, Spring 2019, TA, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna)

International Economics (Bachelor, 2010-2011, TA, International Christian University)

Money and Banking (Bachelor, 2010-2011, TA, International Christian University)