International Economics, Industrial Organization, Game Theory, Network Economy, Quality Choice
Recent Research Interests
My research fields are International Economics and Industrial Organization (i.e., Applied Microeconomics). My current research interests are network externality and product compatibility (i.e., interoperability and interconnectivity) in network industries. I study the effect of trade and industrial policies on the network industries, based on international oligopoly models.
- Takeshi Ikeda and Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu “Third-degree Price Discrimination, Quality Choice, and Welfare” Economics Letters, Vol. 106, Issue 1, January 2010.
- Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu “On the Effects of Emission Standards as a Non-tariff Barrier to Trade in the Case of a Foreign Bertrand Duopoly: A Note” Resource and Energy Economics, Vol.30, Issue 4, December 2008.
- Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu “A Note on Quality Choice, Monopoly, and Network Externality” Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, Vol. 7, Issue 2, June 2007.
- Naoto Jinji and Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu “Minimum Quality Standards under Asymmetric Duopoly with Endogenous Quality Ordering: A Note” Journal of Regulatory Economics, Vol. 26, Issue 2, September 2004.
- Tsuyoshi Toshimitsu “Optimal R&D policy and endogenous quality choice” International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 21, Issue 8, October 2003