Masayuki Kudamatsu
Associate Professor


Publications

with Ruixue Jia and David Seim
Journal of the European Economic Association, 13, pp. 631-668
August 2015
REPLICATION FILES (to be downloaded from the Journal's website)

Journal of the European Economic Association, 10, pp. 1294-1317
December 2012
REPLICATION FILES (to be downloaded from the Journal's website)

Making Autocracy Work
with Timothy Besley
Institutions and Economic Performance (edited by Elhanan Helpman, Harvard University Press), pp. 452-510
November 2008

Health and Democracy
with Timothy Besley
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 96(2), pp. 313-318
May 2006
Forthcoming in the conference volume of CESifo Economic Studies
October 2017
with Torsten Persson and David Strömberg
Revision requested from American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
August 2016 (formerly CEPR Discussion Paper no. 9222)

July 2009

Teaching

Master / PhD course to introduce political economics

Politics through the Lens of Economics (Introduction to Political Economics)
A course for first-year undergraduate students who do not major in economics

Project Seminar in English
An undergraduate class for students to improve their oral communication skills in English by discussing two books in development economics: Poor Economics and Why Nations Fail.

I’ve been teaching this course for PhD students at Stockholm University and Stockholm School of Economics since 2010. It’s been quite popular to the extent that students from Uppsala, Gothenburg and even Oslo attended.

I’ve been teaching the 2nd year PhD course on development economics for students enrolled in Stockholm University and Stockholm School of Economics since 2008, joint with Jakob Svensson, Tessa Bold, Andreas Madestam, and Konrad Burchardi.

This is a set of slides for an one-off 90-minute lecture that I gave to the second year master students of economics at Stockholm University on October 27, 2008. Technical details are kept at minimum.

Curated Links for Economists

My blog on datasets for development economics research
A (massive) collection of pieces of advice for economists in various stages
A collection of useful websites for Stata users.

経済学大学院留学ガイド (in Japanese)
For Japanese students wishing to study PhD in economics in North America and Europe