1. Research Interests:
Microeconomics, Decision Theory, Game Theory, General Equilibrium
2. Publications (refereed):
Learning the Krepsian State: Exploration through Consumption,
(joint with Evan Piermont and Roee Teper),
Games and Economic Behavior.
Comparative Impatience under Random Discounting,
(joint with Youichiro Higashi, Kazuya Hyogo, and Hiroyuki Tanaka),
A Theory of Subjective Learning,
(joint with David Dillenberger, Juan Sebastian Lleras,
and Philipp Sadowski),
Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.153, pp.287-312, 2014.
Subjective Random Discounting and Intertemporal Choice,
(joint with Youichiro Higashi and Kazuya Hyogo),
Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.144, pp.1015-1053, 2009.
- Comment on ``Ellsberg's two-color
experiment, portfolio inertia and ambiguity",
(joint with Youichiro Higashi, Sujoy Mukerji, and Jean-Marc Tallon),
International Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.4, pp.433-444, 2008.
- On the Consistency of Stationary
Markov Equilibria with an Exogenous Distribution,
Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.113, p.316-324, 2003.
3. Publications (non-refereed):
An Axiomatic model of Subjective Learning,
Journal of Behavioral Economics and Finance, Vol.5, pp.165-167, 2012.
Proceedings, the 6th Annual Meeting.
A Note on Self-Control Preferences and its Application to Games,
RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1788, pp.7-27, 2012.
A Note on Certainty Effect and Self-Control,
RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1557, pp.71-92, 2007.
Stationary Markov Equilibria
for Temporary Equilibrium Processes under Heterogeneous Expectations,
RIMS Kokyuroku No.1165, pp.80-94, 2000.
4. Working Papers:
Internal Conflict and Self-Control in Endogenous Preference Formation,
(joint with Takashi Hayashi),
(joint with Takashi Ui), June, 2011.
pdf (Online Appendix pdf)
Temptation, Certainty Effect, and Diminishing Self-Control
This paper is combined with Noor and Takeoka "Uphill Self-Control".
- Subjective Prior over Subjective
States, Stochastic Choice, and Updating,
November, 2004. Revised: May, 2005
This paper is combined with
Dillenberger, Lleras, Sadowski, and Takeoka
"A Theory of Subjective Learning".
- Representation with a Unique
Subjective Decision Tree,