Last update: November 10, 2019
Associate Professor, School of Economics, Nagoya University, Japan
Ph.D. (Economics), University of Pennsylvania, USA, May 2009
Curriculum Vitae (Last update: November 10, 2019)
Industrial Organization; Competition Policy; Applied Microeconomics; Empirical Microeconomics
1. Multi-Dimensional Pass-Through and Welfare Measures under Imperfect Competition (coauthored with Michal Fabinger; current draft: October 2019)[Presentation Slides] (January 17, 2018) [Poster] (January 15, 2018)
2. Output and Welfare Implications of Oligopolistic Third-Degree Price Discrimination (coauthored with Michal Fabinger; current draft: October 2019)[Presentation Slides] (October 10, 2019) [Executive Summary] (March 17 2019)
3. Do Premium Payment Methods Increase Effective Retail Prices? (coauthored with Mark Tremblay; current draft: September 2019)[Presentation Slides] (September 10, 2019)Presentation Slides] (October 1, 2019]
5. Vertical Integration and Common Agency: An Empirical Analysis of the U.S. Carbonated Soft Drink Industry (current draft: August 2017)
6. On the Possibility of an Unsuccessful Merger: Antitrust Implications from Stock Market and Retail Scanner Data (current draft: August 2017)
Some Research Notes:
1. Pass-Through under Oligopolistic Competition (current draft: October 2019)
2. Ramsey, Lerner, and Wilson Meet Weyl and Fabinger: A Note on Nonlinear Pricing in Oligopoly (current draft: October 2019)
3. Maskin and Riley Meet Weyl and Fabinger: A Conduct Parameter Approach to Modeling Nonlinear Pricing in Oligopoly (current draft: October 2019)
4. Dorfman-Steiner and Forbes Meet Weyl and Fabinger: Advertising Spillovers under Imperfect Competition (current draft: September 2019)
5. Klein and Monti Meet Weyl and Fabinger: Imperfect Competition in the Banking Sector (current draft: September 2019)
6. Galbraith Meets Weyl and Fabinger: Countervailing Power and Imperfect Competition in the Retail Market (current draft: September 2019)
7. Robinson Meets Weyl and Fabinger: Oligopsony and Exploitation in General Equilibrium (current draft: September 2019)
8. Meade and Weitzman Meet Weyl and Fabinger: Imperfect Competition in the Product Market and Profit Sharing (current draft: August 2019)
9. Summary of Jaffe and Weyl (2010) and Jaffe and Kominers (2012) (current draft: May 2019)
1. Hong and Li Meet Weyl and Fabinger: Modeling Vertical Structure by the Conduct Parameter Approach, Economics Letters, Vol.18X (YY 2020), pp.zz-ww.
2. Gender Differences in Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship: An Empirical Analysis (coauthored with Takanori Hisada), Small Business Economics, Vol.48, No.3 (March 2017), pp. 447-486.[Presentation Slides] [Online Appendix, Stata Do file, and the Consent form for use of the dataset (updated on September 28, 2017) ]
4. Log-Linear Demand Systems with Differentiated Products Are Inconsistent with the Representative Consumer Approach (coauthored with Takeshi Ebina), Economics Bulletin, Vol.36, No,1 (February 2016), pp. 260-267.
5. Cost Pass-Through and Inverse Demand Curvature in Vertical Relationships with Upstream and Downstream Competition (coauthored with Takeshi Ebina), Economics Letters, Vol.124, No.3 (September 2014), pp.465-468.[Corrigendum]
6. Estimating Noncooperative and Cooperative Models of Bargaining: An Empirical Comparison (coauthored with Masanori Mitsutsune), Empirical Economics, Vol.47, No.2 (September 2014), pp.669-693.[Data and Matlab Codes: Noncooperative; Nash; Shapley-Shubik (Party Majority; Parliament Majority)] [Robustness 1: Noncooperative; Nash; Shapley-Shubik] [Robustness 2: Noncooperative; Nash; Shapley-Shubik]
7. Political Accountability, Electoral Control, and Media Bias (coauthored with Yoichi Hizen), Japanese Economic Review, Vol.65, No.3 (September 2014), pp.316-343.
8. The Welfare Effects of Third-Degree Price Discrimination in a Differentiated Oligopoly (coauthored with Noriaki Matsushima), Economic Inquiry, Vol.52, No.3 (July 2014), pp.1231-1244.[Supplementary Material]
9. Complementing Cournot’s Analysis of Complements: Unidirectional Complementarity and Mergers (coauthored with Takeshi Ebina), Journal of Economics, Vol.111, No.3 (April 2014), pp.239-261. [JSTOR Link][Typo: h(1-c_A )<1+(h-(1+c_A)/2)/2 before Proposition 2 should be read: h<1+ (h-(1+c_A)/2)/2]
10. Double Marginalization and Cost Pass-Through: Weyl-Fabinger and Cowan Meet Spengler and Bresnahan-Reiss (coauthored with Takeshi Ebina), Economics Letters, Vol.122, No.2 (February 2014), pp.170-175.
11. Third-Degree Price Discrimination, Consumption Externalities, and Market Opening (coauthored with Tomohisa Okada), Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, Vol.13, No.2 (June 2013), pp.209-219.
13. Endogenous Participation Costs and Equilibrium Abstention in Voting with Complete Information: A Three-Player Case, Economics Bulletin, Vol.30, No.4 (November 2010), pp.3026-3032.
14. Ownership Structure as a Continuous Variable: A Note on Joint Ownership in the Grossman-Hart-Moore Theory of the Firm, Economics Bulletin, Vol.30, No.3 (August 2010), pp.2112-2118.
15. Ministerial Weights and Government Formation: Estimation Using a Bargaining Model (coauthored with Yasutora Watanabe), Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Vol.24, No.1 (Spring 2008), pp.95-119. [JSTOR Link][Data and Matlab Codes: read_this_first.txt, mlel.m, likl.m, bsl.m, data.txt] [Supplementary Material] [Corrigendum and Corrected Data] [Featured by an article at Kellogg Insight]Supplementary Material]
18. Costly Participation in Voting and Equilibrium Abstention: A Uniqueness Result, Economics Bulletin, Vol.4, No.2 (January 2004), pp.1-5.
Other Research Writings:
1. Price Discrimination, an entry in the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, Edited by William A. Darity, Jr., 2007, Macmillan Reference USA, pp.392-393.