Li Huihui

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Research Interest

Using nationally representative microdata, I focus on the issue of family resource input related to children, based on intra-family time allocation and consumption expenditure patterns. My current research agenda are follows:
1) Time Allocation to Housework and Childcare in Japan;
2) Impacts of Parental Socioeconomic Characteristics on Childcare Time in Japan;
3) Child Allowance Policy and Household Consumption Behavior.

Lectures and Seminars

Teaching Experience
Microdata Analysis I, II (Undergraduate)
This course focuses on microdata analysis using statistical software. Students obtain and edit micro data, examine the methods of econometric analysis, and conduct analysis, using statistical software under instruction. In this way, this course supports students in acquiring the skills to handle microdata in empirical research for their graduation thesis.

Microdata Analysis(Graduate/Postgraduate)
This course is similar to "Micro Data Analysis I and II" but provides more detailed explanation of the methods of econometric analysis.

You can find detailed course descriptions here

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