• Industrial Organisation • Applied Microeconomics • Applied Econometrics • Innovation and Technology • Economic Development
Ph.D Candidate, Economics
MSc, Economics (with distinction)
|August 2015 - present|
|September 2013 - present|
|July 2014 - August 2015||
|June 2010 - September 2011||
|June 2009 - June 2011||
|June 2008 - June 2010||
Senior Staff Economist
|June 2007 - June 2008||
|April 2006 - June 2007||
|April 2004 - April 2006||
Ambashi, M. (2013), "Does Competition Improve Industrial Productivity? An Analysis of the Japanese Industries on the Basis of Industry-Level Panel Data", RIETI Discussion Paper Series, 13-E-098.
Ida, T. and Ambashi, M. (2008), "Analysis of Vertical Separation of Regulators under Adverse Selection", Journal of Economics, Vol. 93 (1), pp. 1-29.
Ida, T. and Ambashi, M. (2004), "An Estimation of Switching Costs in Japan's Broadband Markets with the Extended Shy Model", InfoCom Review, Vol. 35 (in Japanese).
WORKING PAPERS AND WORK IN PROGRESS
Ambashi, M., "A Model of University Research and Teaching: Can We Always Increase University Research Output and Student Enrollment?", mimeo (last version August 2015).
Ambashi, M., "Grantbacks and the Attributes of Follow-On Innovations", mimeo (last version June 2015).
Ambashi, M., "Technology Competition, Cumulative Innovations, and Grant-Back Clauses", mimeo (last version April 2015).
Ambashi, M., Régibeau, P. and Rockett, K. (2014), "Grantbacks, Territorial Restraints and the Type of Follow-On Innovation: The 'But for...' Defence", Charles River Associates Working Paper.
Ambashi, M. and Kimura, S. (2006), "Realization of the Steady Macro Economy in Japan: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Supporting Sustainable Economic Growth led by Private Demand", Macro Economic Affairs Division Working Paper (in Japanese).
BELONGED ACADEMIC CONFERENCE
Japanese Economic Association