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Ryusuke Shinohara

Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Hosei University,

4342, Aihara-machi, Machida, Tokyo, 194-0298, JAPAN.

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Research Interest

Public Economics, Game Theory, Microeconomics

 

Publications

1.         R. Shinohara (2005) Coalition-proofness and Dominance Relations. Economics Letters, vol. 89, pp. 174-179.

l  Working paper version

2.         R. Shinohara (2009) The Possibility of Efficient Provision of a Public Good in Voluntary Participation Games. Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 32, pp. 367-387.

l  Working paper version

3.        R. Shinohara (2010) Coalition-proof Equilibria in a Voluntary Participation Game. International Journal of Game Theory, vol. 39, pp. 603-615.

l  Working paper version

4.         R. Shinohara (2010) Coalition-proof Nash Equilibria in a Normal-form Game and its Subgames. International Game Theory Review, vol. 12, pp. 253-261.

l  Working paper version

5.        Y. Nishimura and R. Shinohara (2013) A Voluntary Participation Game through a Unit-by-Unit Cost Share Mechanism of a Non-Excludable Public Good. Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 40, pp. 793-814.

l  Working paper version

6.        H. Konishi and R. Shinohara (2014) Voluntary Participation and the Provision of Public Goods in Large Finite Economies. Journal of Public Economic Theory vol. 16, pp. 173-195.

l  Working paper version

7.        N. Matsushima and R. Shinohara (2014) What Factors Determine the Number of Trading Partners? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 106, pp. 428–441.

l  Online appendix

l  Working paper version

8.         R. Shinohara (2014) Participation and Demand Levels for a Joint Project. Social Choice and Welfare vol. 43, pp. 925-952

l  Working paper version at SSRN

9.         F. Quartieri and R. Shinohara (2015) Coalition-proofness in a Class of Games with Strategic Substitutes. International Journal of Game Theory, vol. 44, pp. 785-813.

l  An earlier version: Quartieri and Shinohara (2012) Coalition-Proofness in Aggregative Games with Strategic Substitutes and Externalities at SSRN

l  An earlier version: Shinohara (2010) Coalition-proof Nash equilibrium of aggregative games

10.     F. Quartieri and R. Shinohara (2016) Two-Group Contests with Communication within and between Groups. In Equilibrium Theory for Cournot Oligopolies and Related Games: Essays in Honour of Koji Okuguchi (Springer Series in Game Theory), pp. 245-268.

11.     R. Shinohara (2017) One-sided Provision of a Public Good through Bargaining under Representative Democracy, forthcoming in Applied Economics Letters.

l  Online Appendix

 

Collaborators in published work: Hideo Konishi (Boston College), Yukihiro Nishimura (Osaka University), Noriaki Matsushima (Osaka University), Federico Quartieri (University of Naples Federico II)

 

 

Working Papers

1.         Voluntary Participation in a Mechanism Implementing a Public Project [WP Shinshu U]

2.         Private provision of public goods that are complement to private goods: Application to open source software developments [SSRN] (coauthored with Noriaki Matsushima)

3.         Which feasible surplus-sharing schemes achieve the most efficient equilibrium outcome in a voluntary participation game in a public good provision?h (The previous title is gOptimality and stability of the almost ideal cost-sharing scheme in voluntary participation games with a public good.h) (March, 2008)

4.         Undertaking nonharmful or harmful public projects through unit-by-unit contribution: coordination and Pareto efficiency [SSRN]

5.         Interregional Bargaining and Minority Welfare in Public Good Provision under Representative Democracy [SSRN]

6.         Pre-negotiation Commitment and Internalization in Public Good Provision through Bilateral Negotiations [SSRN] (coauthored with Noriaki Matsushima)

-A substantially revised version of The efficiency of monopolistic provision of public goods through simultaneous bilateral bargaining

 

 

 

Work in Progress

1.         Unit-by-unit voluntary participation in public goods experiments (with Tsuyoshi Nihonsugi, Naoko Nishimura, Yukihiro Nishimura, Tatsuyoshi Saijo, Takafumi Yamakawa, and Takehiko Yamato)

2.         On universal equilibrium participation (with Hideo Konishi)

 

Other Papers

1.         Implementation with Outside Options (Master thesis, Hitotsubashi University, 2002)

2.         Voluntary Participation Games in Public Good Mechanisms: Coalitional Deviations and Efficiency (PhD Thesis, Hitotsubashi University, 2006, supervisor Professor Koichi Tadenuma)

3.         Public Good Provision and Participation Problems, Operations Research Keiei-no-Kagaku, Volume 54, Page 458-462. (in Japanese)

 

Referee Experience

Annals of Operations Research; Economics Bulletin; Economic Theory; European Journal of Operational Research; Games and Economic Behavior; International Journal of Game Theory; Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics; International Journal of Management and Business Studies; The Japanese Economic Review; Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization;@Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics; Journal of Public Economic Theory; Journal of Socio-Economics; Mathematical Social Sciences; Operations Research; Social Choice and Welfare

 

Presentations at International Conferences

1.       The Seventh International Meeting of the Social Choice and Welfare at Osaka (July 2004, Osaka University, Japan) gStrong Equilibria in a Participation Game with a Discrete Public Goodh

2.       The Asian Decentralization Conference 2005 (May 2005, Seoul National University, Korea ) gA Voluntary Participation Game through a Unit-by-Unit Cost Share Mechanism of a Non-Excludable Public Goodh

3.       The 61st Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF) (August 2005, ICC Jeju, Korea) gA Participation Game in a Mechanism Implementing a Proportional Cost-sharing Ruleh

4.       The Ninth International Meeting of the Social Choice and Welfare (June 2008, Concordia University, Canada) gThe Possibility of Efficient Provision of a Public Good in Voluntary Participation Gamesh

5.       Hitotsubashi COE Lectures and Workshop on Choice, Games, and Welfare (January 2009, Hitotsubashi University, Japan) gVoluntary Participation and the Provision of Public Goods in Large Finite Economiesh

6.       2009 Far East and South Asia Meeting of the Econometric Society (August 2009, Tokyo University, Japan) gCoalition-proof Equilibria in a Voluntary Participation Gameh

7.       The 66st Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (August 2010, Uppsala University, Sweden) gParticipation and Multiple Demand Levels for a Joint Projecth

8.       The 65th European Meeting of the Econometric Society (Augst 2011, University of Oslo, Norway) gParticipation and Demand Levels for a Joint Projecth

9.       The 68st Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (August 2012, TU Dresden, Germany) gPrivate provision of public goods that are complement to private goods: Application to open source software developmentsh

10.    10th Biennial Pacific Rim Conference of Western Economic Association International (March 2013, Keio University, Japan) gPrivate provision of public goods that are complement to private goods: Application to open source software developmentsh

11.    The 67th European Meeting of the Econometric Society (August 2013, University of Gothenburg, Sweden) gPrivate provision of public goods that are complement to private goods: Application to open source software developmentsh

12.    The 12th Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare (June 2014, Boston College, USA) gThe efficiency of monopolistic provision of public goods through simultaneous bilateral bargainingh

13.    The 68th European Meeting of the Econometric Society (August 2014, University of Toulouse, France) gThe efficiency of monopolistic provision of public goods through simultaneous bilateral bargainingh

14.    PET 15 (July 2015, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg) gThe efficiency of monopolistic provision of public goods through simultaneous bilateral bargainingh

15.    The 71st Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (August 2015, Trinity College, Ireland) gThe efficiency of monopolistic provision of public goods through simultaneous bilateral bargainingh

16.    Asia Meeting of the Econometric Society (August 2016, Doshisha University, Japan) gUndertaking nonharmful or harmful public projects through unit-by-unit contribution: Coordination and Pareto efficiencyh

17.   Conference on Economic Design 2017 gSelf-Representation Equilibria and Cost-Matching Grants with the Lindahl Price in Interregional Bargaining over Public Projectsh (June 2017, University of York, United Kingdom)

18.   73rd Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance  gSelf-Representation Equilibria and Cost-Matching Grants with the Lindahl Price in Interregional Bargaining over Public Projectsh (August 2017, Tokyo University)

 

 

 

 

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