Noritaka Kudoh


Ph.D. in Economics, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2000

B.A., Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, 1996

Current Position

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Hokkaido University, 2007-

Past Positions

Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University, 2000-2002

Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Kansai University, 2002-2004

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics, Kansai University, 2004-2005

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Hokkaido University, 2005-2007

Fields of Expertise:

Macroeconomics and monetary economics


“Tight Money Policies and Inflation Revisited” (with Joydeep Bhattacharya)  Canadian Journal of Economics 35 (2002) 185-217.

“Monetary Policy Arithmetic for a Deflationary Economy” Economics Letters 87 (2005) 161-167.

“Unemployment Policies in an Economy with Adverse Selection” Bulletin of Economic Research 59 (2007) 179-196.

“Low Nominal Interest Rates: A Public Finance Perspective” International Journal of Central Banking 3 (2007) 61-93.

“A Global Analysis of Liquidity Effects, Interest Rate Rules, and Deflationary Traps”, Economics Bulletin 29 (2009) 1500-1506.

“Money and Price Dynamics in a Market with Strategic Bargaining” Economics Bulletin 30 (2010) 709-719.

“Precautionary Demand for Labor and Firm Size” (with Masaru Sasaki) Bulletin of Economic Research 62 (2010) 133-153.

“Employment and Hours of Work” (with Masaru Sasaki) European Economic Review 55 (2011) 176-192.

“A Note on Policy Interaction and Learning Equilibria” Macroeconomic Dynamics, forthcoming.