TAKIZAWA Hirokazu

TAKIZAWA Hirokazu

TAKIZAWA Hirokazu

Fellow (until March 31, 2007)

Activities at RIETI

Expertise

Comparative Institutional Analysis; Game Theory (especially with boundedly rational agents); Experimental Game Theory.

Research Projects

Experience

2003 - 2007 Fellow, RIETI
2002 - 2003 Faculty Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
2002 - 2003 Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Toyo University, Japan
2000 - 2001 Visiting Scholar, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, United States
1997 - 2002 Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Toyo University, Japan

Selected Publications and Papers

Published papers
Aoki, M. and H. Takizawa (2002), "Information, Incentives, and Option Value: The Silicon Valley Model," Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 30, pp.759-786.

Takizawa, H. (2003), "New Institutional Arrangements for Product Innovation in Silicon Valley," in Laixiang Sun, ed., Ownership and Governance of Enterprises: Recent Innovative Developments, Palgrave/Macmillan (slightly different version: RIETI Working Paper Series 03-E-009).

Takizawa, H. (2003), "Coordination Costs and the Optimal Partition of a Product Design," RIETI Discussion Paper Series 03-E-014.

Takizawa, H. (2003), "Property Rights and the New Institutional Arrangement for Product Innovation in Silicon Valley," RIETI Working Paper Series 03-E-009, (to be published as a chapter in Ownership and Governance of Enterprises: Recent Innovative Developments, Palgrave/Macmillan).

Aoki, M. and H. Takizawa (2002), "Understanding the Silicon Valley Phenomena," WIDER Discussion Paper No. 2002/11, WIDER, United Nations University.

Aoki, M. and H. Takizawa (2002), "Incentives and Option Value in the Silicon-Valley Tournament Game," RIETI Discussion Paper Series 02-E-001.

Shimizu, T. and H. Takizawa (1997), "An Algorithmic Approach to the Foundations of Nash Equilibrium," presented at the 15th Arne Ryde Symposium on Focal Point.

Takizawa, H. (1996), "Bounded Rationality in Game Theory," Information Processing Society of Japan, Proceedings Vol.96, No.105, pp.27-36.

Aoki, M. and H. Takizawa (2003), "Modularity in Industrial Architecture: Its Relevance to Efficiency and Innovation Capability," mimeo. RIETI.

Kawagoe, T. and H. Takizawa (2002), "Instability of Babbling Equilibria in Cheap Talk Games: Some Experimental Results," mimeo, Toyo University.

Takizawa, H. (2000), "The Cost of Troubleshooting and Modularization," mimeo. Toyo University.