TATAMITANI Yoshikatsu

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TATAMITANI YoshikatsuProfessor

TATAMITANI Yoshikatsu

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Office hours

By appointment

URL

http://www2.kobe-u.ac.jp/~tatami/

Research Interest

Mechanism Design, Public Economics

Lectures and Seminars

Lectures (Undergraduate)
Public Economics
Theme: Economics of the Public Sector

This class provides students with an understanding of the resource allocation problems in economies with public goods and externalities by using microeconomic models.

The objectives of this class are to learn specialized knowledge in public economics and to acquire the skills to logically analyze the real world issues based on economics.

        

        

 

Lectures (Graduate/Postgraduate)
Mathematics for Economics
Theme: Mathematics for Economic Analysis

The objective of this class is to give students a basic knowledge of mathematics to logically analyze the real world issues based on economics.

        

 

Seminars (Undergraduate)
We studies public economics, mechanism design, and market design. We consider situations where the market mechanism cannot achieve efficiency (and/or fairness). Using microeconomics and game theory, we investigate public policies and alternative resource allocation mechanisms in the situations.

        

 

Seminars (Graduate/Postgraduate)
We studies public economics, mechanism design, and market design. We consider situations where the market mechanism cannot achieve efficiency (and/or fairness). Using microeconomics and game theory, we investigate public policies and alternative resource allocation mechanisms in the situations.

Publications
  1. "Double Implementation in Nash and Undominated Nash Equilibria in Social Choice Environments," Economic Theory, 1993.
  2. "Toward Natural Implementation," International Economic Review,1996 (with T. Saijo and T. Yamato).
  3. "Characterizing Natural Implementability: The Fair and Walrasian Correspondences," Games and Economic Behavior, 1999 (with T. Saijo and T. Yamato).
  4. "Implementation by Self-Relevant Mechanisms," Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2001.
  5. "Implementation by Self-Relevant Mechanisms: Applications," Mathematical Social Sciences, 2002.
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