Yuki is a research fellow at the Centre for Development Economics and Trade, CDRI. His research interests lie in impact evaluations, with specific focus on gender and health economics. Prior to joining CDRI, he worked as a research assistant at Stockholm School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Keio University, and JICA Research Institute. He has published several academic papers in peer-reviewed international journals in economics and public health. He received his master’s degree in economics from Stockholm School of Economics and bachelor’s degree in economics from Keio University.
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...