|"Economics is the science which studies human behavior as a relationship
between ends and scarce means which have alternative uses.'' (by Lord Robbins in 1932)
Public perceptions of earthquake risk and its impact on land pricing: The
case of the Uemachi fault line in Japan, jointly written with Tao Gu, Masayuki
Nakagawa, and Hisaki Yamaga (pdf, November 2012)
An estimation of the consumer valuation of radiation-contaminated food:
A new discrete/continuous choice approach, jointly written with Masataka
Suzuki (pdf, April 2012)
A portfolio theory of international capital flows, jointly written with
Michael B. Devereux (pdf, February 2006, revised in June 2006, May 2007)
Seasonal demand for liquid assets and yield curves: Evidence from the
periodic payment practice in Japan, jointly written with Shigenori Shiratsuka
and Noriyuki Yanagawa (pdf, August 2005, revised in June 2006)
macroeconomics and finance
On the determination of convenience on Japanese government bonds, jointly
written with Yuichi Fukuta and Shingo Takagi (pdf, October 2007)
| Persistent catastrophic shocks and equity premiums: A note, jointly written
with Shiba Suzuki, forthcoming in Macroeconomic Dynamics (doi:10.1017/S1365100512000740,
pdf, September 2011)
On the comparison of alternative specifications of highly interest-elastic
money demand: The case of extremely low interest-rate regimes in Japan,
jointly written with Kiyotaka Nakashima, forthcoming in Journal of The
Japanese and International Economies 26:3 (2012), 454-471.
On the consumption insurance effects of long-term care insurance in Japan:
Evidence from micro household data, jointly written with Yasushi Iwamoto
and Miki Kohara, Journal of The Japanese and International Economies 24:1
On the intergenerational sharing of cohort-specific shocks on permanent
income, jointly written with Kenji Miyazaki and Tomoaki Yamada, Macroeconomic
Dynamics 14:1 (2010), 93-118.
日本企業の流動性資産保有に関する実証研究:上場企業の財務データを用いたパネル分析，堀敬一と安藤浩一と共著，『現代ファイナンス』，No. 27 (2010), 3-24.
Credit spreads on corporate bonds and the macroeconomy in Japan, jointly
written with Kiyotaka Nakashima, Journal of The Japanese and International
Economies 23:3 (2009), 309-331.
On empirical implications of highly interest-elastic money demand: A Note,
jointly written with Kiyotaka Nakashima, Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics
50:1 (2009), 29-34.
Incomplete financial markets, irreversibility of investment, and fiscal and monetary policy instruments, jointly written with Kenji Miyazaki and Kiyohiko Nishimura, Japanese Economic Review, 60:3 (2009), 271-300.
Earthquake risks and land prices: Evidence from the Tokyo metropolitan area, jointly written with Masayuki Nakagawa and Hisaki Yamaga, Japanese Economic Review, 60:2 (2009), 208-222.
Risk premiums versus waiting-options premiums: A simple numerical example,
jointly written with Kenji Miyazaki, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics
9:1 (2009), Article 7 (pdf)
「家計消費と設備投資の代替性について：最近の日本経済の資本蓄積を踏まえて」，『現代経済学の潮流 2008』，27-68, 2008年8月，東洋経済新報社.(pdf,
Forward discount puzzle and official interventions: An empirical note,
jointly written with Yuichi Fukuta, Osaka Economic Papers 57:2 (2007),
Earthquake risks and housing rents: Evidence from the Tokyo metropolitan
area, jointly written with Masayuki Nakagawa and Hisaki Yamaga, Regional
Science and Urban Economics 37:1 (2007), 87-99.
On effects of the Hyogo earthquake on household consumption: A note, jointly
written with Miki Kohara and Fumio Ohtake, Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics
47:2 (2006), 219-228.
What caused fixed investment to stagnate during the 1990s in Japan?:
Evidence from panel data of listed companies, jointly written with Keiichi
Hori and Koichi Ando, Japanese Economic Review 57:2 (2006), 283-306.
A note on the robustness of the Tobin effect in incomplete markets, jointly
written with Yosuke Takeda, Macroeconomic Dynamics 10:1 (2006), 131-143.
On alternatives to aggregate demand policies to revitalize the Japanese Economy, jointly written with Kiyohiko G. Nishimura, Asian Economic Papers 2:3 (2003), 87-126.
Preference for early resolution and commitment, jointly written with Kenji
Miyazaki, Finance Research Letters 1:2 (2004), 113-118.