Yasushi Asako

RESEARCH INTERESTS: POLITICAL ECONOMY, FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY, APPLIED GAME THEORY

Publications (Refereed)

  • Legislative Term Limits and Government Spending: Theory and Evidence from the United States (with Tetsuya Matsubayashi and Michiko Ueda), The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 16(3), pp. 1501-1538, 2016. Download (Working Paper Version)

  • Buisiness Cycle and the Entry of Third-party Candidates in the US State-level Elections (with Tetsuya Matsubayashi), Japanese Political Science Review 3, pp. 43-65, 2016. Download 

  • Campaign Promises as an Imperfect Signal: How does an Extreme Candidate Win against a Moderate Candidate?, Journal of Theoretical Politics 27(4), pp. 613-649, 2015. Download (Working Paper Version)
     
  • Partially Binding Platforms: Campaign Promises vis-a-vis Cost of Betrayal, Japanese Economic Review 66(3), pp.322-353, 2015. Download (Working Paper Version)

  • One-sided Games in a War of Attrition, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics 15(2), pp. 313-331, 2015. Download (Working Paper Version)

  • Dynastic Politicians: Theory and Evidence from Japan (with Takeshi Iida, Tetsuya Matsubayashi, and Michiko Ueda), Japanese Journal of Political Science 16(1), pp. 5-31, 2015. Download (Working Paper Version)

  • The Boy who Cried Bubble: Public Warnings against Riding Bubble (with Kozo Ueda), Economic Inquiry 52(3), pp. 1137-1152, 2014. Download (Working Paper Version)


Working Papers

  • Symmentric Information Bubbles: Experimental Evidence (with Yukihiko Funaki, Kozo Ueda, and Nobuyuki Uto). Download

  • Condornet Winner and Political Ambiguity. available soon

  • Guiding the Economy toward the Targeted Inflation Rate: An Evolutionary Game Theory Approach (with Tatsushi Okuda). available soon.


Others

  • Japan's political dynasties fail the porky test (with Takeshi Iida, Tetsuya Matsubayashi and Michiko Ueda), East Asia Forum, 16 April 2015.


Research in Japanese

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