ASANO Akihito

浅野 哲人
Associate Professor
Microeconomics
B.A.,Yokohama National University
M.A.,Hitotsubashi University
M.Ec., Ph.D., Australian National University

Research and Teaching Interests:

Aki joined the FLA in September 2010. He received his BA from Yokohama National University, his MA from Hitotsubashi University, and his MEc and PhD from the Australian National University (ANU). Before he joined the FLA, he held positions at the University of Melbourne and the ANU. His current research interests include: theoretical analysis of capital stuffing and fleet redundancy in limited entry fishery models; the nature of inferior inputs; and the economics of payment card systems. In the FLA, he teaches introductory and intermediate microeconomics, international trade and strategic thinking (introduction to game theory).

Selected Publications:

Books

Asano, Akihito (2012). An Introduction to Mathematics for Economics, Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

Asano, Akihito (2012). “Is There a ‘Double Bonus’ from Reducing Inequality?” Economic Inquiry, Vol.50, No.2, pp.551-562.

Asano, Akihito (2008).  “Are Native and Non-Native English Speaking Tutors Equally Effective?”  Australian Economic Review, Vol.41, No.1, pp.56-66.

Asano, Akihito and Takaharu Eto (2007).  “Organisational inertia in Japanese institutions,” Journal of Asian Economics, Vol.18, No.6, pp. 915-33.

Asano, Akihito and Takaharu Eto (2006).  “The paradox of limited deposit insurance under the amakudari practice in the Japanese banking system,” Journal of Asian Economics, Vol.17, No.1, pp.126-43.

COURSES

Courses NoTitle2017 Semester Offered
IBE311 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS Autumn
IBE322 INTERNATIONAL TRADE Not Offered
IBE477 STRATEGIC THINKING Autumn
Tel:
03-3238-4102
Email:
aki.asano@sophia.ac.jp
Office:
10-555