Katsunori Yamada Web Page


last update: Nov, 2017

Research statement

My research focuses on individual and macroeconomic implications of cognitive and psychological distortions of value. Much of my research has focused on social comparisons of relative income. I have explored this topic using a combination of classical, behavioral, and neuro-economic approaches. For more information, please visit my talk in Kavli Frontier of Science 2016 at National Academy of Science.

Personal information

Associate Professor
Faculty of Economics, Kindai University
228-3, Shin-Kami-Kosaka, Higashi-osaka City 577-0813, JAPAN

Curriculum Vitae: July 2017
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Researchmap
CV in Japanese

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  • People
  • Class materials (in Japanese)
  • Research news: neuroeconomics of time discouting (in Japanese)
  • Research news: income comparisons and jealous (in Japanese)