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Address :
Department of Economics
Meiji Gakuin University
1-2-37 Shirokanedai,
Minato-ku,Tokyo
108-8636, Japan

Telephone :
+81 3 5421-5641 ( Office )
+81 3 5421 5207 ( FAX )

Electric Mail :
haru@eco.meijigakuin.ac.jp

Data of Birth : October 7,1950

Citizenship : Japanese

Degree :
B.A., Doshisha University, 1973
M.A., Kobe University of Commerce, 1975
M.A., The University of Rochester, 1980
Ph.D., The University of Rochester, 1985

Employment :

  • Department of Economics, University of Saskatchewan
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Assistant Professor, 1986 -88
  • Department of Economics, Meiji Gakuin University
    Tokyo, Japan
    Assistant Professor, 1988-89
    Associate Professor, 1989-96
    Professor, 1996-

Honors and Awards :

  • The Fulbright Scholarship, 1977-79.

Chapter in Books :

  • “A Turnpike Theorem with Public Capital,” in Optimization, Dynamics, and Economic Analysis,
    Physica-Verlag ,2000.
  • “Factor Intensity and Hopf Bifurcations,” (with K. Nishimura ) in Gustav Feichtinger ed.,
    Dynamic Economic Models And Optimal Growth, Elsevier Science, 1992.
  • “Turnpike Properties, and Comparative Dynamics of General Capital Accumulation Games,
    ”( with E. Dockner ) In R. Becker, M. Boldrin and W. Thomson eds., General Equilibrium, Growth, and
    Trade II, Academic Press, 1993.

Journal Articles :

  • “Does the Capital-intensity Matter? : Evidence from the Post-war Japanese Economy and Other OECD Countries”
    ( Koichi Mashiyama and Tomoya Sakagami) forthcoming in Macroeconomic Dynamics.
  • “Optimal Balanced Growth in a General Multi-sector Endogenous Growth Model with Constant Returns,
    ” Economic Theory Vol.37, #1,2008.
  • “Endogenous Fluctuations in Two-sector models: Role of Preferences,” Journal of Optimization Theory and
    Application Vol.128,#2, 2006.
  • “Stable Optimal Cycles with Small Discounting in A Two-Sector Discrete-Time Model: A Non-bifurcation
    Approach,” Japanese Economic Review Vol52, No.3 ,2001.
  • “Comparing Open-Loop with Markov Equilibria in a Class of Differential Games,” (with N. V. Long and
    Koji Shimomura) Japanese Economic ReviewVol.49 No.4, 1999.
  • “Transitional Dynamics of Economic Integration and endogenous Growth,” (with Tomoya Sakagami),
    Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization vol. 33, pp. 543-55, 1998.
  • “ Capital Movements, Intersectoral Resource Shifts, and The Trade Balance with Recursive Preferences,
    ” Pacific Economic Review Vol.2 #1, 1996.
  • “Stability and Entry in a Dynamic Cournot Market,” ( with E. Dockner) The Economic Studies Quarterly
    Vol.45#2, 1994.
  • “The von Neumann Facet and a Global Asymptotic Stability,” Annals of Operations Research Vol.37,1992.
  • “On the Saddle-Point Stability For a Class of Dynamic Games,” ( with E. Dockner) Journal of Optimization
    Theory and Application Vol. 62 #2, 1990.
  • “Further Turnpike Properties For General Capital Accumulation Games,”( with E. Dockner) Economics Letters
    Vol.28 #4, 1988.

Meiji Gakuin University Working Papers :

  • “An Unbalanced Multi-sector Growth Model with Constant Returns: A Turnpike Approach,” 2011.
  • “Why Did Japan Grow So Fast During 1955-1973 and the Era of High-speed Growth End After the Oil-shock,”
    2008.

Journal Referee (last 5 years) :
Econometrica,
Economic Theory,
Japanese Economic Review,
Journal of Public Economic Theory,
Hitotsubashi Economics,
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,
Macroeconomic Dynamics