Yuki obtained his master’s degree in economics from the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). He worked as an intern at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and as a research assistant at JICA Research Institute, Keio University, and Hitotsubashi University. In addition, he has extensive experience in consulting and education at 180 Degrees Consulting and Toshin High School. His research interests lie in development economics, with specific focus on informal sector and health.
Research from developed nations has shown that later-born children tend to have worse outcomes in terms of health, nutrition, and education. However, evidence from developing countries remains mixed. In our research, using data on 423,848 individuals in Cambodia, we investigate how birth order affects not only education but also occupationa...