Papers by Topic

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My research is on diverse topics in economic theory. Here I try to categorize my papers under several topic names. Some papers appear multiple times below.

Revision Games and Related Papers

Revision Games, Part II: Applications and Robustness (joint with Michihiro Kandori), April 2017.

Revision Games, Part I: Theory (joint with Michihiro Kandori), April 2017.

  • This paper subsumes and extends part of the results contained in our earlier working paper, Revision Games.

Games with Private Timing (joint with Sofia Moroni), July 2016.

Multi-Agent Search with Deadline (joint with Nozomu Muto), January, 2015.

  • This paper took us such a long time, but we proudly finished revising! The version with additional materials in the main text is here. An earlier version of the paper referred to in the new version is here.

Valence Candidates and Ambiguous Platforms in Policy Announcement Games (joint with Takuo Sugaya), October 2014.

  • Finally, the final version! Previously circulated as "Policy Announcement Game: Valence Candidates and Ambiguous Policies"

Asynchronicity and Coordination in Common and Opposing Interest Games (joint with Riccardo Calcagno, Stefano Lovo, and Takuo Sugaya), 2014, Theoretical Economics, 9(2): 409-434.

Revision Games (joint with Michihiro Kandori), December 31, 2011.

The Effect of Correlated Inertia on Coordination (joint with Yuhta Ishii), April 2011.

  • Pdf coming soon.

Search Theory

Timing of Trades, Welfare, and Price Dispersion (joint with Ryota Iijima), 2014.

Multi-Agent Search with Deadline (joint with Nozomu Muto), August, 2014.

  • After a long long revising, we finally completed the final (?) draft! An earlier version of this paper referred to in the new version is here.

Political Economy

Voter Preferences, Polarization, and Electoral Policies (joint with Fuhito Kojima), 2014, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 6(4): 203-236.

Valence Candidates and Ambiguous Platforms in Policy Announcement Games (joint with Takuo Sugaya), October 2014.

  • Finally, the final version! Previously circulated as "Policy Announcement Game: Valence Candidates and Ambiguous Policies"

The Equivalence Between Costly and Probabilistic Voting Models (joint with Fuhito Kojima), 2013, Games and Economic Behavior, 80: 179-185.

Learning in Games

Rationalizable Partition-Confirmed Equilibrium with Heterogeneous Beliefs (joint with Drew Fudenberg), January 2017.

Rationalizable Partition-Confirmed Equilibrium (joint with Drew Fudenberg), 2015, Theoretical Economics, 10(3): 775-806.

Strongly Consistent Self-Confirming Equilibrium, 2010, Econometrica 78(2): 823-832.

Communication

Social Networks

Social Distance and Network Structures (joint with Ryota Iijima), Forthcoming, Theoretical Economics.

Dynamic Games

Sequential Exchange with Stochastic Transaction Costs (joint with Neel Rao), July 2016.

  • Online Appendix Previously circulated as "Sequential Implementation of Unenforceable Contracts with Stochastic Transaction Costs"

Information Can Wreck Cooperation: A Counterpoint to Kandori (1992) (joint with Scott D. Kominers), 2010, Economics Letters, 107 (2): 112-114.

Matching

Recent Developments in Matching with Constraints (joint with Fuhito Kojima), Accepted, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.

Stability Concepts in Matching under Distributional Constraints (joint with Fuhito Kojima), Accepted, Journal of Economic Theory.

Efficient Matching under Distributional Constraints: Theory and Applications (joint with Fuhito Kojima), 2015, American Economic Review, 105(1): 67-99.

Stability and Strategy-Proofness for Matching with Constraints: A Problem in the Japanese Medical Match and Its Solution (joint with Fuhito Kojima), 2012, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 102(3), 366-370.

(Non-refereed, invited) Matching Theory and Its Applications: "Regional Imbalance of Medical Residents" and Its Solutions (in Japanese) (joint with Fuhito Kojima and Jun Wako), 2011, Iryo-Keizai Kenkyu (Research in Health Economics). 23 (1): 5-19.

Decision Theory

Naive and Sophisticated Choices under Intransitive Indifference, January 2016.

  • Previously circulated as "Naive and Sophisticated Pair-Dominant Choices."

Marketing

Contracting with Word-of-Mouth Management (joint with Aniko Oery), July 2016.

Japanese

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