Toulouse School of Economics
takuro.yamashita ``at'' tse-fr.eu
21 Allee de Brienne
+33(0)5 67 73 27 61
2011-now Assistant Professor, Toulouse School of Economics
2011 Ph.D. in Economics, Stanford University
2004 M.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University (Japan)
2003 B.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University (Japan)
Microeconomics, Industrial Organization
- ``Mechanism games with multiple principals and three or more agents'', Econometrica, 2010, 78(2), 791-801.
- ``Implementation in Weakly Undominated Strategies, with Applications to Auctions and Bilateral Trade'', Review of Economic Studies, 2014, 82 (3), 1223-1246.
- ``Strategic and Structural Uncertainties in Mechanism Design'', Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, 159, 267–279.
- ``Double Auction with Interdependent Valuation: Incentives and Efficiency'', with Fuhito Kojima, forthcoming in Theoretical Economics.
- ``On the foundations of ex post incentive compatible mechanisms'', with Shuguang Zhu, November, 2016.
- ``Revenue guarantee in auction with (correlated) common prior'', December, 2016.
- ``On the possibility of information transmission'', with Shintaro Miura, December, 2016.
- ``On the possibility of information transmission: a signaling case'', with Shintaro Miura, May, 2014.
- ``Revenue-capped efficient auctions'', with Nozomu Muto and Yasuhito Shirata, January, 2017.
- ``Asymmetric information allocation to avoid coordination failure'', with Fumitoshi Moriya, February, 2017.
- ``Optimal public information disclosure by mechanism designer'', February, 2017.
Referee for Econometrica, Mathematical
Social Sciences, Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Letters, Theoretical Economics, Games, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Finance, Resource and Energy Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Review of Economic Design.
2014 Mini lectures at Hitotsubashi University
2013 Mini lectures at Hitotsubashi University
SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS
2016 ERC starting grant.
2014 Excellence in Refereeing Award for Review of Economic Studies.
2010-11 B. F. Haley and E. S. Shaw Fellowship Support for Economics.
2009-10 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.