Tomoki Fujii

Tomoki Fujii is Associate Professor of Economics at Singapore Management University. His main areas of research are development economics and environmental economics and his papers have appeared in top journals in these fields. He has also consulted for leading international development agencies, including the World Bank, World Food Programs, and Asian Development Bank, and holds a few editorial appointments with international journals such as Singapore Economic Review.

Content by Tomoki Fujii
  • Project

    Training program for RMG sector: Long-term impact

    Vocational training programs aimed at rapidly growing sectors have the potential to reduce skills gaps and improve firm productivity. Training may also  improve the likelihoods of individuals who are disadvantaged by various socioeconomic conditions. However, vocational programs enhancing skills have often been unsuccessful, because they are not driven by industry-demand...

    19 Aug 2016 | Christopher Woodruff, Abu Shonchoy, Tomoki Fujii