Graduate School of Economics
TAKEOKA Norio
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AffiliationGraduate School of Economics
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NameTAKEOKA Norio
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Homepagehttp://www1.econ.hit-u.ac.jp/takeoka/
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Educational Background

Academic Degrees
Degree: Ph.D. in Economics (University of Rochester)
Method: Coursework
Year: 2006
Graduate School
Osaka University
Graduate School, Division of Economics
Course: Master's
Completion Category: 2000 (Completed)
University of Rochester
Graduate School, Division of Economics
Course: Doctor
Completion Category: 2006 (Completed)
University, etc.
Kobe University
Faculty of Economics
Completion Status: 1998 (Graduated)

Research Field

Research Field
Research Field: Decision Theory, Microeconomics
Keywords: revealed preference, utility representation, choice under uncertainty, intertemporal choice
Category: Economic theory (3801)
Research Theme
Research Theme: Decision making under subjective uncertainty
Keywords: subjective information structure, random discounting
Research Theme: Self-control under temptation
Keywords: menu-dependent self-control, self-control games
Research Theme: time preference and intertemporal choice
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Career (Professional)

2006.04-2008.03 Associate Professor, College of Economics, Ritsumeikan University
2008.04-2016.03 Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Social Sciences, Yokohama National University
2014.08-2015.03 Visiting Scholar, Adam Smith Business School, The University of Glasgow
2016.04- Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University

Academic Society Affiliations

NOInstitute NamePositionYear
1.Japanese Economic Association
2.The Japanese Society for Mathematical Economics
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