Satoru Takahashi

Education

Ph.D., Economics, Harvard University, 2007

M.A., Economics, University of Tokyo, 2002

B.A., Economics, University of Tokyo, 2000

Academic Appointments

Princeton University: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, 2007 -

Selected Publications

“Recursive Methods in Discounted Stochastic Games: An Algorithm for δ->1 and a Folk Theorem” (with Johannes Hörner, Takuo Sugaya, and Nicolas Vieille), forthcoming in Econometrica.

“Perfect Public Equilibrium when Players are Patient” (with Drew Fudenberg and David K. Levine), Games and Economic Behavior 61 (1), October 2007, pp. 27-49.

“Heterogeneous Beliefs and Local Information in Stochastic Fictitious Play” (with Drew Fudenberg), forthcoming in Games and Economic Behavior.

“Robustness to Incomplete Information in Repeated and Dynamic Games” (with Sylvain Chassang), forthcoming in Theoretical Economics.

“Community Enforcement when Players Observe Partners’ Past Play,” Journal of Economic Theory 145 (1), January 2010, pp. 42-62.

“Monotone Methods for Equilibrium Selection under Perfect Foresight Dynamics” (with Daisuke Oyama and Josef Hofbauer), Theoretical Economics 3 (2), June 2008, pp. 155-192.

“Monotone Methods for Equilibrium Selection under Perfect Foresight Dynamics” (with Daisuke Oyama and Josef Hofbauer), Theoretical Economics 3 (2), June 2008, pp. 155-192.

“The Number of Pure Nash Equilibria in a Random Game with Nondecreasing Best Responses,” Games and Economic Behavior 63 (1), May 2008, pp. 328-340.

“Perfect Foresight Dynamics in Games with Linear Incentives and Time Symmetry,” International Journal of Game Theory 37 (1), April 2008, pp. 15-38.

“Multi-Sender Cheap Talk with Restricted State Spaces” (with Attila Ambrus), Theoretical Economics 3 (1), March 2008, pp. 1-27.

“Infinite Horizon Common Interest Games with Perfect Information,” Games and Economic Behavior 53 (2), November 2005, pp. 231-247.