HOMEFaculty ≫ YAMAMOTO, Yuichi


Associate Professor / Research Division of Theories in Economics and Statistics

Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory


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Previous research

I study various topics in microeconomics, with a focus on how individuals learn information and interact in dynamic settings. In particular, my research explores questions related to repeated games, stochastic games, and Bayesian learning with model misspecification.  My work on repeated games and stochastic games asks how self-interested agents maintain cooperation under various informational conditions. My work on Bayesian learning asks how model misspecification influences asymptotic behavior of Bayesian learners.

Current research projects

See my website for my latest working papers.

microeconomic theory, game theory