Sagiri Kitao

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Sagiri Kitao
北尾 早霧
Born1972 (age 48–49)
NationalityJapanese
InstitutionKeio University
City University of New York
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
University of Southern California
FieldMacroeconomics
Public policy
Social security
Alma materNew York University (Ph.D. 2007)
Harvard University (M.P.A./I.D. 2001)
Waseda University (B.A. 1996)
Doctoral
advisor
Thomas J. Sargent
Gianluca Violante
AwardsNakahara Prize (2016)
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Sagiri Kitao (北尾 早霧, Kitao Sagiri, born 1972) is a Japanese economist and professor at University of Tokyo.

Career[change | change source]

Kitao was born on 1972 , in Saitama, Japan. She graduated from Waseda University in 1996. She worked for Goldman Sachs for several years.

She earned a M.P.A./I.D. (Master in Public Administration/International Development) from Harvard Kennedy School in 2001. She received a Ph.D. from New York University in 2007.

Kitao was an assistant professor at University of Southern California (2007-2009). Next, she was an associate professor at City University of New York (2011-2015). She is now a professor at University of Tokyo.

She won the Nakahara Prize for young Japanese economists in 2016. She is the first woman to win the prize.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "The Nakahara Prize Winners". The Japanese Economic Association. Retrieved 1 August 2016.

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