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NAOTO JINJI

Professor, Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University


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CONTACT INFORMATION

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OFFICE HOURS

Only by appointment in the Spring Semester of 2020 due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus


FIELDS OF INTEREST

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CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

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ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF@Intellectual Property Rights Protection, Technology Spillovers, and Trade

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CURRICULUM VITAE


TEACHING IN 2020

(1) Undergraduate

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF Readings in Humanities and Social Sciences (Economics, English) (Spring Semester)

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF International Trade Policy (Fall Semester)

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF Seminar for 2nd Year Students (Spring and Fall Semesters)

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF Seminar for 3rd and 4th Year Students (Spring and Fall Semesters)

(2) Graduate

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF International Economics 1 (Spring Semester)

ΰ–Ύ: C:\Naoto\Home Page\Kyoto-U\image003.GIF International Economics 2 (Fall Semester)


RESEARCH

RECENT DISCUSSION PAPERS

(1)  To What Degree does Policy Uncertainty Affect Foreign Direct Investment? Micro-evidence from Japan's International Investment Agreements (with Mitsuo INADA) RIETI Discussion Paper No. 20-E-022 (March 2020).  New!

(2)  A New Approach for Quantifying the Costs of Utilizing Regional Trade Agreements (with Kazunobu Hayakawa, Nuttawut Laksanapanyakul, Toshiyuki Matsuura, and Taiyo Yoshimi) Kyoto University Graduate School of Economics Discussion Paper Series No. E-19-010   (January 2020).  

PUBLICATIONS

(28)  How Does UNESCO's Convention on Cultural Diversity Affect Trade in Cultural Goods? (with Ayumu Tanaka), Journal of Cultural Economics, forthcoming (2020) (DOI: 10.1007/s10824-020-09380-6) (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(27)  Does a firm with higher Tobinfs q prefer foreign direct investment to foreign outsourcing? (with Xingyuan Zhang and Shoji Haruna), North American Journal of Economics and Finance,  forthcoming (2019) (DOI: 10.1016/j.najef.2019.101044). 

(26)  Do Deeper Regional Trade Agreements Enhance International Technology Spillovers? (with Xingyuan Zhang and Shoji Haruna), The World Economy 42(8): 2326-63 (2019) (DOI: 10.1111/twec.12797). 

(25)  Rules of Origin and Technology Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment under International Duopoly (with Yoshihiro Mizoguchi), Japan and the World Economy, 40: 47-60 (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.japwor.2016.09.002 (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(24)  Optimal Rules of Origin with Asymmetric Compliance Costs under International Duopoly (with Yoshihiro Mizoguchi), Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 16(1): 1-24 (2016) (DOI: 10.1007/s10842-015-0202-z) (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(23)  Trade Patterns and International Technology Spillovers: Evidence from Patent Citations (with Xingyuan Zhang and Shoji Haruna), Review of World Economics 151(4): 635-658 (2015) (DOI: 10.1007/s10290-015-0223-z). 

(22)  International Knowledge Flows and Productivity: Intra- vs. Inter-Industry Spillovers (with Xingyuan Zhang), International Economic Journal, 29(3): 451-474 (2015) (DOI: 10.1080/10168737.2015.1041543). 

(21)  Comparative Statics for Oligopoly: A Generalized Result, Economics Letters 124: 79-82 (2014) (DOI 10.1016/j.econlet.2014.04.026). (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(20)  Strategic Investment Subsidies under Asymmetric Oligopoly (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Review of Development Economics 18(3): 490-501 (2014). 

(19)  An Economic Theory of the SPS Agreement. In Mercurio, B. and K.-J. Ni, eds. Science and Technology in International Economics Law: Balancing Competing Interests. Taylor & Francis, pp. 53-72 (2014). (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(18)  Strategic R&D Policy in a Quality-differentiated Industry with Three Exporting Countries (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Japan and the World Economy 28: 132-142 (2013). (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(17)  Social Dumping and Trade Policy, The International Economy 16: 59-77 (2013).

(16)  Is Corporate Environmentalism Good for Domestic Welfare?, Review of International Economics 21(5): 901-911 (2013).

(15)  The Effect of Regional Trade Agreements on Technology Spillovers through International Trade. (with Xingyuan Zhang and Shoji Haruna) In S. Egashira, ed. Globalism and Regional Economy. Routledge, pp. 49-66 (2013). (A discussion paper version can be downloaded from here.)

(14)  Fisheries Subsidies and Management in Open Economies, Marine Resource Economics 27(1): 25-41 (2012).

(13)  Factor Market Monopsony and International Duopoly, Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 21(2): 271-286 (2012). (DOI: 10.1080/09638191003731278)

(12)  Patent Citations, Technology Diffusion, and International Trade: Evidence from Asian Countries (with Shoji Haruna and Xingyuan Zhang), Journal of Economics and Finance 34(4): 365-390 (2010). (DOI 10.1007/s12197-009-9078-2)

(11)  Is the Development of Agro-Processing Industry Pro-Poor?: The Case of Thailand (with Michio Watanabe and Mitsuyo Kurihara), Journal of Asian Economics 20: 443-455 (2009).

(10)  A Note on Strategic Trade Policy and Endogenous Quality Choice (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Review of International Economics 16(1): 173-185 (2008).

(9)  Quality Differentiation, Welfare, and the Mode of Competition in a Vertically Differentiated Product Market: A Note (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Japanese Economic Review 58(3): 407-416 (2007). 

(8)  International Trade and Renewable Resources under Asymmetries of Resource Abundance and Resource Management, Environmental and Resource Economics 37(4): 621-642 (2007).

(7)  Tariff Revenue Competition in a Free Trade Area: The Case of Asymmetric Large Countries (with Taiji Furusawa), Review of Development Economics 11(2): 300-312 (2007).

(6)  International Trade and Terrestrial Open-access Renewable Resources in a Small Open Economy, Canadian Journal of Economics 39(3): 790-808 (2006). 

(5)  Optimal Policy for Product R&D with Endogenous Quality Ordering: Asymmetric Duopoly (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Australian Economic Papers 45(2): 127-140 (2006).

(4)  Strategic Use of Recycled Content Standards under International Duopoly (with Keisaku Higashida), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51(2): 242-257 (2006). 

(3)  Endogenous Timing in a Vertically Differentiated Duopoly with Quantity Competition, Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics 45: 119-127 (2004).

(2)  Minimum Quality Standards under Asymmetric Duopoly with Endogenous Quality Ordering: A Note (with Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu), Journal of Regulatory Economics 26(2): 189-199 (2004).

(1)  Strategic Policy for Product R&D with Symmetric Costs, Canadian Journal of Economics 36(4): 993-1006 (2003).

 

 

 

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