Atsushi Chino was born in Yokohama, Japan. At Keio University in Japan he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. After spending a few years at government and private sector positions, he obtained a Master of Arts in Economics from Osaka University in Japan and subsequently from University of Virginia. In 2012 he earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Finance at the Foster School of Business, University of Washington. He is currently an assistant professor in finance at the International University of Japan and teaches corporate finance, investment, and financial accounting courses. His research focuses on the effects of labor market rigidity and product market competition on corporate finance decisions.
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