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GLOPE II INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

POLITICAL ECONOMY of INSTITUTIONS and EXPECTATIONS III

〜Towards Start of Seed Research by Young Scholars〜 (Joint with Keio Economic Society)

Venue: International Conference Center, Waseda University
Date: January 14-15, 2012

Full papers will not be distributed in the conference.
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Prospectus

We are pleased to announce that GLOPEII will host the second international young scholars conference, which is to be held on January 14th and 15th, 2012.
Over the last four years, GLOPE has been exploring the problem and process of institutional change, based on a new perspective of political economy with a special focus on the interactive role of expectations among agents. Along the way, we have also made efforts to combine various theoretical, empirical, and normative approaches toward a better effective methodological hybrid. In light of the originality and ambition of our project, GLOPEII would very much like next generations of scholars to continue and further develop our research. It is for this reason that we have decided to organize and host this conference. The previous (first) conference held in 2009 was successful in bringing together diverse young academic talents from over the world. We are confident that this second conference will also provide fruitful opportunities to exchange new ideas and evidence among those interested in the study of political economy.
The conference will have a special session, in collaboration with Keio Economic Society, which focuses on experimental and behavioral economics in which some scholars at the frontiers of the field are invited to give lectures. It is our great honor that one of these invited lecturers, Professor S. Gächter from Nottingham University will deliver a keynote speech on the norms of cooperation in a cross-cultural perspective.


January 14
10:00-10:10 Opening Remarks: Ryo Nagata
10:10-11:40 Session 1: Regional Studies of Political Economic Affairs
 

Yuko Mori (Hitotsubashi University)
How Does the Inequality in the Value of a Single Vote Affect Voter Turnout?
Empirical Evidence from Constituency Freeze in IndiaMori

Shin Toyoda (Waseda University)
Competitive Elections and Electoral Violence: An Empirical Investigation on Mexican Democratization, 1990-2000Toyoda

Fengye Sun (Waseda University)
Intergenerational Income Mobility in Taiwan (joint with Atsuko Ueda)Sun_Ueda

11:40-13:00 Lunch Time:
13:00-14:00 Keynote Speech: Joint with Keio Economic Society
 

Simon Gächter (University of Nottingham)
Norms of Cooperation in a Cross-Cultural Perspective
– Insights from Experimental Economics –

14:00-14:30 Coffee Break
14:30-16:30 Session 2: Lectures provided by ”Frontiers of Behavioral Economics and Experimental Economics” Conference of Keio Economic Society.
 

Masao Ogaki (Keio University)
Cultures, Worldviews, and Intergenerational Altruism
(joint with K. Kubota, C. Horioka, A. Kamesaka, and F. Ohtake)

Masaya Sakuragawa (Keio University)
Saving and Bubbles

Andrew Clark (CNRS/Paris School of Economics)
The Value of Diplomacy, Bilateral Relations and Immigrant Well-Being
(joint with Leonardo Becchetti and Elena Giachin Ricca)

Conchita D' Ambrosio (Universitá di Milano-Bicocca)
Measuring Economic Insecurity (joint with Walter Bossert)

16:40-17:40 Session 3: Experiments in Political Economy
 

Vivien Fortat (CREM, Université de Rennes 1)
Coordination of Individual Choices in Networks with Discontinuous Congestion:
An Experimental Study (joint with Yukihiko Funaki)

Arata Yamazaki (Waseda Univiersity)
The Conditional Effect of Political Discussion on Attitude Change

18:15 Reception

January 15
12:00-13:30 Session 4: Analytical Approach of Social Welfare and Institutions
 

Takashi Kojima (Waseda University)
Aggregating Infinite Utility Streams with Domain RestrictionsKojima

Nao Saito (Waseda University)
Arrow's Social Preference as Moral ObligationSaito

Yajing Chen (Waseda University)
Lexicographically Constrained Student PlacementChen

13:40-14:40 Session 5: Theoretical Analysis of Macroeconomic Systems
 

Shunsuke Shinagawa (Waseda University)
A New Keynesian Model with Endogenous Technological Change
(joint with Tomohiro Inoue)Shinagawa_Inoue

Tomohiro Inoue (Waseda University)
Is the Long-run Phillips Curve Vertical?: A Monetary Growth Model with Wage Stickiness (joint with Shunsuke Shinagawa and Eiji Tsuzuki)Inoue_Shinagawa_Tsuzuki

14:50-15:50 Session 6: Empirical Studies of Political Behavior
 

Ryo Hosogai (Waseda University)
The Effect of Campaign Spending in Japanese General Election

Willy Jou and Masahisa Endo (Waseda University)
Political Leaders and Vote Choice among Japanese Electorate

Xiangfeng Yang (University of Southern California)
From the Japanese Model to the Beijing Consensus: Visions of Political Economy in Competition

16:00-17:30 Session 7: Political Economy of International/Domestic Policy Making
 

Yumiko Taba (Waseda University)
State Trading Enterprises vs. Trade Policies for Target Policy Objectives
-Large Country Case-

Ivan Deseatnicov (Waseda University)
Effects of Exchange Rate and Political Risks on Japanese Outward FDI:
A Panel Data Analysis (joint with Hiroya Akiba)Deseatnicov_Akiba

Christopher Gandrud (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Getting What You Want: Information and Crisis Management in Ireland and Korea (joint with Mícheál O'Keeffe)Gandrud_O'keeffe

17:45-18:00 Closing Remarks: Aiji Tanaka

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