Yuhei Miyauchi

Yuhei Miyauchi is a PhD candidate in Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His main research interests lie in the market and non-market interactions of different parties in economic growth and development process. In particular, he has been conducting analysis on the development and industrial organisation of financial markets in developing countries. His research also includes providing empirical frameworks to analyse market and non-market interactions.

Content by Yuhei Miyauchi
  • Project

    Prices, firm-to-firm trade, and import substitution in Rwanda

    In developing countries, where domestic firms often lack the capabilities to produce intermediate goods efficiently, firms rely heavily on imported intermediate inputs for production. Reflecting this observation, there is now ample evidence that import prices of these intermediate goods have important consequences for production and profit margins of the domestic importers...

    18 Dec 2018 | John Spray, Yuhei Miyauchi, Jie Bai

  • Publication - Project Report

    Capturing urban mobility with cell phone data with an application of flyover opening in Dhaka

    7 Jul 2017 | Yuhei Miyauchi, Abhijit Banerjee

  • Project

    Impact of traffic infrastructure on urban land use in Dhaka

    Dhaka is infamous for its severe traffic congestion. Road traffic is almost the only transportation mode available in the city as of 2015, and the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is planned to open in 2019. Previous studies have noted that such traffic congestion constraints the economic activity of the city. For example, Muzzini and Aparicio (2013) document that traffic...

    7 Jul 2017 | Yuhei Miyauchi, Abhijit Banerjee