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Nash Equilibrium and Party Polarization in an Electoral Model with Mixed Motivations (with Yuki Tamura and Terence Yeo). Revision Requested by Journal of Public Economic Theory
Preferential Trade Agreements and Welfare: General Equilibrium Analysis (with Juyoung Cheong and Terence Yeo).
Revisiting the “Missing Middle”: Production and Corruption (with Pham Thu Hien).
Revisiting the “Missing Middle”: Productivity Analysis (with Pham Thu Hien).
A Model of Two-stage Electoral Competition with Strategic Voters (with Yuki Tamura and Terence Yeo)
* Hide not to Pay: Analysis of Corruption (with Pham Thu Hien) ~~ Coming Soon.
* A Model of Financial Crisis (with Andrew McLennan).
Speeding Free Trade Agreements as a Message Against Rise of Protectionism. (March 22, 2018), The Radio Sputnik World Service, Moscow
The European Union and Japan concluded negotiations on a free trade deal. (December 11, 2017), The Radio Sputnik World Service, Moscow
Explainer: why the Japanese economy is stuck in a holding pattern (September 22, 2016), The Conversation
Abenomics fails to address Japan's true woes (August 3, 2016), The Conversation
Bank of Japan Disappoints with Modest Stimulus Measures [Part 2] Japan Trying to Avoid a Third "Lost Decade'' (August 1, 2016), TBS eFM "Primetime''
Japanese tax hikes loom large for Abenomics (February 21, 2014), The Conversation
Japan's Abe unveils much needed tax rises, stimulus measures (October 4, 2013), The Conversation
'Abenomics': a fix for Japan's ailing economy and a boost for Australia (April 3, 2013), The Conversation
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