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Economic Theory


General Equilibirum Anaylsis of Production and Increasing Returns, World Scientific 2009 (Series on Mathematical Economics and Game Theory, Volume 4).


  • Nonconvexities, Externalities and Increasing Returns'', Ph D. Thesis, Department of Economics, University of Rochester, 1992.
  • Nonconvex Production Economies, Journal of Economic Theory 66 (1995), 158-177.
  • Intertemporal General Equilibirum Model with External Increasing Returns, Journal of Economic Theory 69 (1996), 117-133.
  • Monopolistically Competitive Equilibria with Diffenretiated Commodities, Economic Theory 16 (2000), 259-275.
  • Imperfect Competition à la Negishi, also with Fixed Costs (with P. Dehez and J.H. Drèze), Journal of Mathematicial Economics 39 (2003), 219-23.
  • Core and Competitive Equilibria for a Coalitional Exchange Economy with Infinite Time Horizon, Journal of Mathematicial Economics 49 (2013), 234-244.
  • Competitive Equilibria of a Large Exchange Economy on the Commodity space ell-infinity, Advances in Mathematical Economics 17 (2013), 1-19,.
  • An Elementary Proof of an Infinite Dimensional Fatou Lemma with an Application to Market Equilibrium Analysis, Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 10 (2013), 159-182.
  • A Coalitional Production Economy with Infinitely Many Indivisible Commodities, Economic Theory Bulletin 4 (1) (2016), 35-52.
  • An Exact Fatou Lemma for Gelfand Integrals: a Characterization of the Fatou Property (with M.A. Khan and N. Sagara), Positivity 20 (2016), 343-354.
  • On Differentiated and Indivisible Commodities: An Expository Re-Framing of Mas-Colell's 1975 Model (with M.A. Khan), Advances in Mathematical Economics 20 (2016), 103--128.
  • Market Equilibrium as a Constrained Optimal Solution'', International Journal of Applied & Experimental Mathematics 10 (2016), 1–6.

Discussion Papers

  • A Large Game with Infinite Dimensional and Player-Dependent Strategy Sets Infinitely Many Commodities (with M.A. Khan and N. Sagara).

Political Philosophy

Lecture Notes on Liberties and Inequalies (in Japanese)

Part I: Justice of Civil Societies

Part II: Justice of International Societies


Discussion Papers

Book Reviews

Conference and Meeting Talk (in Japanese)

  • What is "doing philosophy"? 2018 Special Seminar of the Japanese Society for Mathematical Economics/the Japan Society for Process Studies on "Civilization and Buisiness" July 15, 2018 at MeijiGakuin University.