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【Modern Economics Seminar】Schedule for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Date and Location

Thursdays from 17:00 - 19:00
Room201, Graduate School of International Social Sciences
*Date and Location are subject to change. Check the schedule for details.
Updated February 13
3/9(Fri)Atsushi Kajii
(Kyoto University)
2/20(Tue) Takuro Yamashita
(Toulouse School of Economics)
Splitting problem, applied to Bayesian persuasion and mechanism design with externalitiesTuesday
2/1(Thu)Xavier de Vanssay
(York Univerity)
Sinning by Omission: Insider Trading and Ethical Behavior
1/25(Thu)Kenji Wada
(Keio University)
Quantitative Easing and the Bond Market in Japan: A New-Keynesian PerspectiveIn Japanese
1/18(Thu)Takuya Obara
(Hitotsubashi University)
Optimal Human Capital Policies under the Endogenous Choice of Educational TypesIn Japanese
1/11(Thu)Youngho Chang
(Singapore University of Social Sciences)
Energy R&D and Carbon Abatement Policy
12/21(Thu)Shiba Suzuki
(Seikei University)
Fire sales and asset prices in an incomplete market economyIn Japanese
12/18(Mon)Yusuke Narita
(Yale University)
Toward an Ethical ExperimentMonday at Meeting Room on 6th floor in New Research Bldg. (N4-4)
12/14(Thu)Kyohei Marutani
(Kyoto University)
Some topics of ambiguity in public good provision problemsIn Japanese
12/7(Thu)Taro Akiyama
(Yokohama National University)
Scenario‐based decision theory under uncertaintyin Japanese
11/30(Thu)Hisayuki Yoshimoto
(University of Glasgow)
Auction Mechanisms and Bidding Behavior in Bond MarketsIn Japanese
11/6(Mon)Shigeki Isogai
(Southwestern University of Finance and Economics)
Credibility of Deterrence and Extensive-Form RationalizabilityMonday
Yusuke Inami
(Tohoku Gakuin University)
Buy price auctions with resale opportunitiesIn Japanese
10/26(Thu)Masayuki Yagasaki
(University of Tokyo)
How can we induce more women to competitions? On the role of prosocial incentivesIn Japanese
10/12(Thu)Daiya Isogawa
(University of Tokyo)
Intertemporal Substitution in Electricity Consumption: Evidence from a Dynamic Pricing Experiment for Residential CustomersIn Japanese
10/3(Tue) Tadashi Hashimoto
(Yeshiva University)
Information arrival, delay, and clustering in dynamic freeriding
Tuesday,at Room 203
7/31(Mon)Kota Murayama
(Northwestern University)
Regulatory Disclosure in PersuasionMonday
7/27(Thu)Satoshi Fukuda
(University of California, Berkeley)
From Equals to Despots: The Dynamics of Repeated Decision Making in Partnerships with Private Information
7/24(Mon)Shin-ichi Hanada
(Kanazawa Seiryo University)
Alleviating the voltage control problem in low-voltage systems using auction system
16:00-17:30 on Monday, at Room 203,
In Japanese
7/20(Thu)Masanori Tsuruoka
(Yokohama National University)
Assessing the Inefficiency Caused by the Hold-up Problem in Public-works Procurement
In Japanese
Shunya Noda
(Stanford University)
Strategic Experimentation with Random Serial Dictatorship
Ryoji Sawa
(University of Tsukuba)
An evolutionary approach to social choice problems with q-quota rulesIn Japanese
Hideyuki Takamizawa
(Hitotsubashi University)
An Equilibrium Model of Term Structures of Bonds and EquitiesFriday,
In Japanese
Toshihiro Tsushihashi
(Daito Bunka University)
A revenue-enhancing effect of a buyout price in multi-unit uniform-price auctionsIn Japanese
Zadia M. Feliciano 
(Queens College, City University of New York)
On the impact of eliminating tax exemption for US Corporations in Puerto Rico (2005) on number of manufacturing establishments, employment and wages in the Island (industry level analysis 1982-2012)

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