Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Center for Computational Social Science, Kobe University, Japan
Papers under submission. Comments welcome.
Theoretical and empirical analysis of networks, e.g., financial systemic risk, cascading phenomena, and temporal social interactions.
Studies based on macroeconomic models with an emphasis on optimal monetary policy.
- I will give an invited talk at a satellite workshop of NetSci 2020 (Sep 2020): “Complexity Meets Finance: Data, Methods and Policy Implications“.
- I am serving as a guest editor of Japanese Economic Review special issue “Economics and Complex Networks” (Jan 2021 issue).
- I am serving as a guest editor of Applied Network Science special issue “Global flow of commodity, money, people, and knowledge“.