制度構築の政治経済学−期待実現社会に向けて−
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Political Economy of Institutional Construction : Toward an Expectation - Realizing Society
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GLOPE II International Young Scholars' Conference

POLITICAL ECONOMY of INSTITUTIONS and EXPECTATIONS I

〜Towards Start of Seed Research by Young Scholars〜

Prospectus

Humans have created and changed political and economic institutions in various ways. How can we account for such institutional creation and institutional change? This is one of the central issues in social sciences and many researchers have studied on this issue. Recent theoretical studies reveal that sustainability of institutions should be supported by people's collective psychological properties such as expectation of others' behavior. Our project.GLOPE II.would focus on the dynamic process between such expectation and institutional change. This project started one year ago, but some studies already have fruitful achievements. In this conference, young researchers from political science, economics, psychology, and regional study will present their recent contributions based on the above approach. Combining theoretical, mathematical, experimental, and historical method, they will give insightful suggestions to analyze the process of political economic institutional changes.
As the Keynote speaker, Professor Aiji Tanaka, who is also the leader of GLOPE II, will present the cutting edge of election survey study and analysis of the 2009 lower house election in Japan.


December 5
12:00-12:10 Opening Remarks: Aiji Tanaka (Waseda University)
12:20-13:50 Session 1: Choice of Political Systems
 

Arata Yamazaki (Waseda University)
Applying Item Response Theory to Survey Analysis

Min Shu (Waseda University)
Leadership in Regional Integration: A Functional Approach

Mattias Burell (Uppsala University)
Fragmentation and Co-Ordination in China's Bureaucracy: A Case-Study of Xi'an

14:00-15:00 Keynote Speech
 

Aiji Tanaka (Waseda University)
CASI Survey Research and the 2009 General Election in Japan

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Session 2: Stability of Political Economic Institutions
 

Yasuhiro Arai (Hitotsubashi University)
Civil and Criminal Punishments for Copyright Infringement

Toshihiro Tsuchihashi (Hitotsubashi University)
Sequential Internet Auctions with Different Ending Rules

Ryota Iijima (University of Tokyo)
Information Lag and Evolutionary Stability

17:10-18:40 Session 3: Experiments in Political Economy
 

Yuuko Morimoto (Kyoto University)
Effect of Trustfulness on Evaluation of Punishment Behavior

Ai Takeuchi (Waseda University)
The Theoretical and Experimental Investigation on the Performance of the Keyword-Auction Mechanisms

Atsushi Osaki (Waseda University)
How People Feel Happy with Their Decision Making under Democratic System?


December 6
10:30-12:00 Session 4: Axiomatic Analysis of Political Economic Institutions
 

Takumi Kongo (JSPS/Waseda University)
Possibility of Individually Rational, Efficient, and Non-Bossy Matching Rules

Kohei Kamaga (Waseda University)
Intergenerational Equity and Consensus among Generations

Takashi Kojima (Waseda University)
On the Existence of Pareto Optimal Matchings without Transitivity

13:30-15:00 Session 5: Analysis of European Political Systems
 

Ryo Nakai (Waseda University)
Explaining the Fate of Ethnic Minority Parties: Policy Effects under the Low-Institutionalized Party Systems

Feng Cunwan (Wuhan University)
European Common Diplomacy: Orientation, Structure and Adjustment ---An Analysis Based on European Integration Process

Luigi Curini (University of Milan)
Back to the future? Analyzing party-system dynamics through spatial theory. The Italian case

15:15-17:15 Session 6: Dynamics of Political and Economic Institutions
 

Kazumichi Uchida (Keio University)
The Connection between Diplomacy and Realignment in Reagan Administration 1980-1989

Fang Wei (Waseda University)
Strategic Trade Policy and Managerial Incentives under International Cross Ownership

Willy Jou (University of California, Irvine)
Loser's Consent in Asian Democracies

Zheng Wei (Nankai University)
Characteristics on Financial Intermediation Function of the RCCs

17:15-17:25 Closing Remarks: Shiro Yabushita (Waseda University)

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