NISHIMURA Kiyohiko G.

NISHIMURA Kiyohiko G.

NISHIMURA Kiyohiko G.

Faculty Fellow (until March 31, 2003)

Professor of Economics, University of Tokyo / Advisor, Fujitsu Research Institute, Ltd.

Expertise

Microeconomic Foundation of Macroeconomics
Industrial Organization and Macroeconomics
Regulation Policy
Microstructure of the Japanese Economy
Imperfect Information and Asset Prices
E-Commerce
World-wide Comparative Study of Automotive Distribution
Economic Statistics
Economic Dynamics
City Planning

Education

1975, BA.in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1977, MA.in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1979, MA.in Economics, Yale University
1982, Ph.D.in Economics, Yale University

Experience

1981-1982 Arthur M. Okun Memorial Research Fellow, Economic Studies Program, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
1983-1994 Associate Professor, University of Tokyo
1994- Professor, University of Tokyo
2001- Advisor, Fujitsu Research Institute, Ltd.
2001- Faculty Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry

Selected Publications and Papers

Books in English:
Imperfect Competition, Differential Information and Microfoundations of Macroeconomics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992
Books in Japanese (Title translated in English):
Macroeconomics of "Price Revolution" , Tokyo: Nihon Keizai Shinbun, 1996
(Popular Essays in Japanese)
The Grief of a Prairie Dog, Tokyo: Kodansha, 1997.
Solving Enigmas of the Japanese Economy by "Flexible" Economics, Tokyo: Nihon Keizai Shinbun, 1999

Others

1993 The Nikkei (Keizai Tosho Bunka) Prize, Nihon Keizai Shinbun, Japan
1997 The Japan Economist's Prize, Mainichi Shinbun, Japan
1998 The JEA-Nakahara Prize, Japanese Economic Association, Japan