Ippei Shibata

Last Updated: December 18, 2020

Ippei Shibata

Ippei Shibata is an economist in the Research Department Structural Reforms Unit of the IMF. He has previously worked in the Western Hemisphere Department and the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago. His research interests are in Macro Labor Economics and Applied Macroeconomics.

Email: ISHIBATA@imf.org

Personal WebPage: https://sites.google.com/site/ippeishibata/home

Fluent In: Japanese.

Education:

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago, 2016

M.A. in Economics, New York University, 2009

Bachelor in Liberal Arts, Soka University of America, 2007


Previous Experience:

Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City 2009-2010


Referee Activities:

AEJ Macro, Review of Economic Dynamics


Country work or Mission Assignment:

Liberia, Suriname, and Guyana


Field of Expertise:

Labor Economics

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Gender and Employment in the COVID-19 Recession: Evidence on “She-cessions” , Working Paper No. 2021/095 , March 31, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the Pandemic Recession , Working Paper No. 20/96 , June 19, 2020

Labor Market Dynamics: A Hidden Markov Approach , Working Paper No. 19/282 , December 20, 2019

Fiscal Policy Multipliers in Small States , Working Paper No. 19/72 , March 26, 2019

Are Labor Market Indicators Telling the Truth? Role of Measurement Error in the U.S. Current Population Survey , Working Paper No. 19/40 , February 26, 2019

Spillovers from US Government Spending Shocks : Impact on External Positions , Spillover Notes No. , October 18, 2017

Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan? , Working Paper No. 13/196 , September 17, 2013

Selected Issue

"Exchange Rate Passthrough in Suriname" Selected Issues Paper, IMF Country Report No. 19/392

Other Published Materials

"The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the Pandemic Recession" IMF Working Paper No. 20/96

"Labor Market Dynamics: A Hidden Markov Approach" IMF Working Paper No. 19/282

"Fiscal Policy Multipliers in Small States" with Ali Alichi and Kadir Tanyeri IMF Working Paper No. 19/72

"Are Labor Market Indicators Telling the Truth? Role of Measurement Error in the U.S. Current Population Survey" IMF Working Paper No. 19/40

"Spillovers from US Government Spending Shocks: Impact on External Positions" with Adina Popescu IMF Spillover Notes Issue 10

"Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan?" IMF Working Paper No. 13/196

Publications in Journals (Refereed)

"The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the COVID-19 Pandemic Recession" Forthcoming at Journal of Economics and Business

"Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan?" B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics. 2020 Vol 20: Issue 2: 1-28 (Contributions Tier) doi.org/10.1515/bejm-2016-0179

Ippei Shibata

Ippei Shibata is an economist in the Research Department Structural Reforms Unit of the IMF. He has previously worked in the Western Hemisphere Department and the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago. His research interests are in Macro Labor Economics and Applied Macroeconomics.

Email: ISHIBATA@imf.org

Personal WebPage: https://sites.google.com/site/ippeishibata/home

Fluent In: Japanese.

Education:

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago, 2016

M.A. in Economics, New York University, 2009

Bachelor in Liberal Arts, Soka University of America, 2007


Previous Experience:

Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City 2009-2010


Referee Activities:

AEJ Macro, Review of Economic Dynamics


Country work or Mission Assignment:

Liberia, Suriname, and Guyana


Field of Expertise:

Labor Economics

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Gender and Employment in the COVID-19 Recession: Evidence on “She-cessions” , Working Paper No. 2021/095 , March 31, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the Pandemic Recession , Working Paper No. 20/96 , June 19, 2020

Labor Market Dynamics: A Hidden Markov Approach , Working Paper No. 19/282 , December 20, 2019

Fiscal Policy Multipliers in Small States , Working Paper No. 19/72 , March 26, 2019

Are Labor Market Indicators Telling the Truth? Role of Measurement Error in the U.S. Current Population Survey , Working Paper No. 19/40 , February 26, 2019

Spillovers from US Government Spending Shocks : Impact on External Positions , Spillover Notes No. , October 18, 2017

Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan? , Working Paper No. 13/196 , September 17, 2013

Selected Issue

"Exchange Rate Passthrough in Suriname" Selected Issues Paper, IMF Country Report No. 19/392

Other Published Materials

"The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the Pandemic Recession" IMF Working Paper No. 20/96

"Labor Market Dynamics: A Hidden Markov Approach" IMF Working Paper No. 19/282

"Fiscal Policy Multipliers in Small States" with Ali Alichi and Kadir Tanyeri IMF Working Paper No. 19/72

"Are Labor Market Indicators Telling the Truth? Role of Measurement Error in the U.S. Current Population Survey" IMF Working Paper No. 19/40

"Spillovers from US Government Spending Shocks: Impact on External Positions" with Adina Popescu IMF Spillover Notes Issue 10

"Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan?" IMF Working Paper No. 13/196

Publications in Journals (Refereed)

"The Distributional Impact of Recessions: the Global Financial Crisis and the COVID-19 Pandemic Recession" Forthcoming at Journal of Economics and Business

"Is Labor Market Mismatch a Big Deal in Japan?" B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics. 2020 Vol 20: Issue 2: 1-28 (Contributions Tier) doi.org/10.1515/bejm-2016-0179