倪 彬 
ニイ ビン 
NI Bin 



My name is Bin Ni. I have acquired my PhD degree from the Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University in March, 2016.
My research fields are applied econometrics, international trade and development economics. By far I have used both Chinese and Vietnamese firm-level panel data to
empirically investigate firms’ decision-making process in the context of foreign direct investment and international trade. 

ラトガス大学  経済学部  客員研究員  2013/11-2014/04 
早稲田大学アジア太平洋研究センター  助手  2016/04-2017/03 
東アジア・アセアン経済研究センター  コンサルタント  2016/12-現在 
東洋大学  経営学部会計ファイナンス学科  助教  2017/04-2018/03 
法政大学  経済学部国際経済学科  准教授  2018/04-現在 

大阪大学  国際公共政策研究科  博士前期  2013/03  修了 
大阪大学  経済学研究科  博士後期  2016/03  修了 

博士(経済学)  大阪大学  2016/03 


When free trade agreement meets competition—How does EU-Korea FTA affect Japanese firms' investment behavior  科学研究費  若手研究  日本学術振興会  2018/04/01-2021/03/31  This research analyzes the effects of the formation of bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) on the investment of multinational firms whose origin is from outside the FTA regions. I explore how Japanese firms located in the EU change their investment behavior in response to the formation of a bilateral FTA―the EU-Korea FTA which was signed in 2011. Observed macro data indicates that Japan reduces both its trade and investment into the EU following the event, which gives me the incentive to investigate such FTA’s impact from the micro perspective. Japanese firm and affiliate-level data will be merged to quantify the variation of investment as well as performance of Japanese-owned multinationals that already operate in the EU. The endogeneity problem will be taken into account and various robustness checks will be conducted. 
Productivity gap and technology spillover  科学研究費  研究活動スタート支援  日本学術振興会  2016/04/01-2018/03/31 
外国直接投資に関する諸問題  科学研究費  特別研究員奨励費 DC2  日本学術振興会  2014/04/25-2016/03/31  I use firm-level data to verify how the establishment of investment promotion agencies (IPAs) affects the decisions of foreign firms in the context of China. On the other hand, applying the firm data in Vietnam, I also explore the post-investment impact of FDI. 

Re-examination of FDI in Emerging Economies  Bin Ni  Union Press  2020/02  978-4-9098-4800-0  This book investigates the before and after of FDI processes in the context of developing countries. Most research is from the perspective of qualitative evaluation, while few empirical studies have attempted to examine their impacts. The first half of this book will be devoted to filling this blank. The second half is concerned with how FDI can affect the targeting country. Using the case of Vietnam, this book explores how FDI can benefit local firms through technology spillover. 
Consumer Perception of Food Attributes  Shigeru Matsumoto,Tsunehiro Otsuki  Chapter 7: Food Safety Standards and Trade Patterns  92-106  CRC Press  2018/06  978-1-1381-9684-1 

研究論文(学術雑誌)  共著  Minimum Wage, Export and Firm Performance: Case from Indonesia.  倪 彬  Journal of Asian Economics  Elsevier  2020/07  This paper examines the interrelationship between changes in the provincial minimum wage, firms’ export behavior, and firms’ performance in Indonesia. In this regard, we apply a two-stage least squares regression analysis to detailed firm-level data of manufacturing enterprises during 2002–2014. We find that an increase in the minimum wage is associated with a decrease in a firm’s employment and productivity, but increase in its probability of exporting and markup. We also use the 2012 minimum wage reform in Indonesia to conduct a difference-in-difference analysis to further mitigate the potential endogeneity of minimum wage regulation. Our findings are generally robust to alternative estimation methods. Moreover, quantile regression results indicate that the average wage, firm size, and the education level of workers also affect the predictions. Above all, this study suggests that Indonesian exports and the country’s comparative advantage in international markets are not negligibly affected by higher labor costs caused by the growth in the minimum wage. 
研究論文(学術雑誌)  共著  Productivity Gaps and Vertical Technology Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from Vietnam.  Bin Ni, Hayato Kato  Review of Development Economics  John Wiley & Sons Ltd  2020/05  10.1111/rode.12671  URL 
研究論文(大学,研究機関紀要)  共著  Does It Matter Where You Invest? The Impact of FDI on Domestic Job Creation and Destruction  Bin Ni, Hayato Kato, Yang Liu  RIETI Discussion Paper, 20-E-008.  2020/02  URL 
研究論文(学術雑誌)  単著  Productivity, Capital Intensity and ISO14001 Adoption: Theory and Evidence from Vietnam  倪 彬  Review of Development Economics  John Wiley & Sons Ltd  23/ 1, 395-414  2019  10.1111/rode.12547 
研究論文(学術雑誌)  共著  Does ISO14001 Raise Firms’ Awareness of Environmental Protection? The Case of Vietnam  Bin Ni, Hanae Tamechika, Tsunehiro Otsuki, Keiichiro Honda  Environment and Development Economics  Cambridge University Press  24/ 1, 47-66  2019  10.1017/S1355770X18000396  URL 

公開講演,セミナー,チュートリアル,講習,講義等  Outward FDI and Domestic Employment Dynamics in Japan  京都大学国際経済学セミナー  2019/12/19 
公開講演,セミナー,チュートリアル,講習,講義等  Outward FDI and Domestic Employment Dynamics in Japan  上智大学経済学部セミナー  2019/10/04 
口頭発表(一般)  Outward FDI and Domestic Employment Dynamics in Japan  21st European Trade Study Group  2019/09 
口頭発表(一般)  Agglomeration, Productivity and Technology Spillover: Evidence from Vietnam  2018 International Conference on Emerging Markets, SISU  2018/12 
口頭発表(一般)  Agglomeration, Productivity and Technology Spillover: Evidence from Vietnam  20th European Trade Study Group  2018/09