Kensuke Teshima

Kensuke Teshima is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the Centro de Investigación Económica, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He holds a PhD in Economics from Columbia University, and a MA and BA in Economics from Kyoto University. His main areas of research are linked to International Trade and Industrial Development. His main research topic is firms' response to globalization and its implication on labour-market and social outcomes.

Researcher's Grant Projects

This project investigates the consequences of market frictions in export markets for the exporting costs and benefits faced by firms in developing countries, using a novel Mexico-U.S. matched exporter-importer dataset. 
Researchers: Kensuke Teshima, Enrique Seira, Yoichi Sugita
Grants Round: 1st MRG Round
Country: Mexico