Recent Research Papers
Courses Taught at Georgetown
To Contact Me
Ph.D., Economics, University of Pennsylvania
B.A., M.A., International Christian University (Japan)
international trade theory, microeconomic theory
international trade theory and policy, dynamic models, Japanese economy,
evolutionary game theory, social norms, growth and development
Recent Research Papers:
"Do Profit Maximizers Maximize Profit?" (with Aki Matsui, University of
"Warranted Skepticism: A Dynamic Model of Infant Industry Protection,"
University Department of Economics Working Paper Series 99-xx, October
1999, and Emory University Department of Economics Working Paper 99-32,
"International Interaction of Societies: A Monopolistic Competition Model"
(formerly titled "The Evolution and Interaction of Norms: Firm Objectives
and the Effects of International Trade and Integration"), mimeo.
"Seasonal Fluctuations and International Trade," joint with Gil Mehrez,
Georgetown University, Georgetown University Department of Economics
Working Paper Series 98-10, July 1998.
"Duration of Industry Protection and the Set of Perfect Foresight Equilibrium
Paths," Georgetown University Department of Economics Working Paper
Series 97-08, August 1997.
"Industrialization Under Perfect Foresight: World Economy with a Continuum
of Countries," Journal of Economic Theory, 66 (1995): pp. 437-462.
Courses Taught at Georgetown:
Econ-143: International Trade
The Japanese Economy
Econ-651: International Trade (PhD level)
To Contact Me:
Professor Mitch Kaneda
Washington, D.C. 20057-1036
phone (V-mail): 202-687-5894
department fax: 202-687-6102
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