- "Earthquake risks and land prices: Evidence from the Tokyo Metropolitan
Area," Masayuki Nakagawa, Makoto Saito, and Hisaki Yamaga, forthcoming
in Japanese Economic Review.
- "Earthquake risks and housing rents: Evidence from the Tokyo Metropolitan
Area," Masayuki Nakagawa, Makoto Saito, and Hisaki Yamaga, Regional
Science and Urban Economics 37:1 (2007), 87-99.
- "On effects of the Hyogo earthquake on household consumption: A note,"
Miki Kohara, Fumio Ohtake, and Makoto Saito, 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," K. Hori, M. Saito,
and K. Ando, Japanese Economic Review 57:2 (2006), 283-306.
- "A reply to Ogawafs comment," Keiichi Hori, Makoto Saito, and
Koichi Ando, Japanese Economic Review} 57:2 (2006), 310-311.
- "A note on the robustness of the Tobin effect in incomplete markets,"
Makoto Saito and Yosuke Takeda, Macroeconomic Dynamics 10 (2006), 131-143.
- "A comment: Stock market liquidity and the macroeconomy by Woon Gyu Choi and David Cook," in Takatoshi Ito and Andrew K. Rose, eds., 2006, Monetary Policy with Very Low Inflation in the Pacific Rim, 339-340, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
- "Preference for early resolution and commitment," Kenji Miyazaki
and Makoto Saito, Finance Research Letters@1 (2004), 113-118.
- "On alternatives to aggregate demand policies to revitalize the Japanese
Economy," Kiyohiko G. Nishimura and Makoto Saito, Asian Economic Papers
2:3 (2004) 87-126.
- "Precautionary motives versus waiting options: Evidence from aggregate
household saving in Japan," M. Saito and S. Shiratsuka, Monetary and
Economic Studies, 21 (2003), 1-20.
- "A test of the full insurance hypothesis: The case of Japan,"
M. Kohara, F. Ohtake, and M. Saito, Journal of the Japanese and International
Economies. 16 (2002), 335-352.
- "Forward Discount Puzzle and Liquidity Effects: Some Evidence from
Exchange Rates among US, Canada, and Japan," Y. Fukuta and M. Saito,
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking. 34 (2002), 1014-1033.
- "An Empirical Investigation of Intergenerational Consumption Distribution:
A Comparison among Japan, the US, and the UK," in S. Ogura, T. Tachibanaki,
and D. Wise eds. Aging Issues in the United States nd Japan, 2001, 135-167,
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
- "Financial crises as the failure of arbitrage and monetary policy,"
M. Saito and S. Shiratsuka, Monetary and Economic Studies 19 (2001), 239-270.
- "Dynamic Allocation and Pricing in Incomplete Markets," M. Saito,
Monetary and Economic Studies 17 (1999), 45-75.
- "On the Market Risk Involved in the Public Financial System in
Japan: A Theoretical and Numerical Investigation,"K. Miyazaki and M.
Saito, Journal of Banking and Finance 23 (1999), 1243-1259.
- "On Numerical Calculation Programs of American-type Options Using
GAUSS Codes," K. Miyazaki and M. Saito, Osaka Economic Papers 48
- "Asset Pricing in Japan: A Communication," K. Nakano and M. Saito,
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 12 (1998),
- "Population Aging and Consumption Inequality in Japan," F. Ohtake
and M. Saito, The Review of Income and Wealth 44 (1998), 361-381.
- "Estimating the Effects of Monetary Shocks: An Evaluation of
Different Approaches," P. Beaudry and M. Saito, Journal of Monetary
Economics 42 (1998), 241-260.
- "Incomplete Markets and Non-expected Utility," M. Saito, Japanese
Economic Review 49 (1998), 271-283.
- "A Simple Model of Incomplete Insurance: The Case of Permanent
Shocks," M. Saito, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 22 (1998),
- "Growth and Risk Sharing with Incomplete International Assets
Markets," M. Devereux and M. Saito, Journal of International Economics
42 (1997), 453-481.
- "A Note on Ergodic Distributions in Two-Agent Economies," M.
Saito, Journal of Mathematical Economics 27 (1997), 133-141 (the lead
article of this issue).
- "Development of Modern Macroeconomics: An Expository Note," M.
Saito, The Kyoto University Economic Review LXV (1995), 43 -52.
- "A Study of Household Investment Patterns in Japan: An Application
of Generalized Tobit Model," T. Amemiya, M. Saito, and K. Shimono, The
Economic Studies Quarterly 44-1 (1993), 13-28, and also in T. Amemiya,
Studies in Econometric Theory: The Collected Essays of Takeshi Amemiya ,
Economists of the Twentieth Century Series, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar;
distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1994,