**Home Page: Mamoru Kaneko, July 2014**

**1: He is leading a small
group of researchers. **

**2: You can identify him with a photo.
But the above is closer to reality, and sometimes, he becomes a Shochu man.**

**3: If you are interested in his uninteresting
curriculum vitae, please click here.**

**4: His general thoughts on game theory are found in
his book: Game
Theory and Mutual Misunderstanding (Springer, 2004).**

**5: The SAET 2014 conference will be held at Waseda
University for 19-21, August 2014. You can find the conference homepage: http://www.saet.uiowa.edu/event-14.shtml Also, you can see its beautiful poster.**

**Research Activities: Papers are listed below.**

**A:
Inductive Game Theory **

**B:
Epistemic Logic **

**Relationships between A and B are discussed in the
following article:**

l Two Dialogues on Epistemic Logics and Inductive
Game Theory, Advances in Mathematics Research Vo.12, Nova Science Publisher

l Symposium: Logic and Economics—Interactions
between Subjective Thinking and Objective Worlds, *Economic Theory* 53 (2013), 1-8.

**C:
Social Justice**

**D:
Housing Markets: Theory and Applications**

**E:
Other Writings**

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**A: Inductive Game Theory:**

** **1: Inductive Game
Theory: Discrimination and Prejudices, (with A. Matsui). *Journal of Public Economic Theory *1
(1999), 101-137.

** ** 2: Inductive
Game Theory: A Basic Scenario (with J. J. Kline),* Journal of Mathematical Economics *44, (2008), 1332-1363.

** **3: Information
Protocols and Extensive Games in Inductive Game Theory (with** **J. J. Kline), *Game Theory and
Applications *13, (2008), 57-83.

4: Discrimination in Festival Games with Limited Observability
and Accessibility (with A. Mitra), *Mathematical
Social Sciences* 62 (2011), 34-45.

** 5**: Inductive Game Theory: A
Simulation Study of Learning a Social Situation (with E. Akiyama, R.
Ishikawa, and J. J. Kline).** **Game
Theory Relaunched, ISBN 978-953-51-1078-1, edited by Hardy Hanappi, pp. 55-76.
InTech - open science, open minds. (2013).

** **6: Partial Memories, Inductively Derived Views, and
their Interactions with Behavior (with J. J. Kline), *Economic Theory *53, (2013), 27-59.

** 7: **Understanding the Other through Social
Roles (with** **J. J. Kline), to appear in *International
Game Theory Review*.

8: An
Experimental Study of Behavior and Cognition from the Perspective of Inductive
Game Theory (with A. Takeuchi, Y. Funaki, and J. J. Kline), University of Tsukuba, IPPS.DP.1267.

**B: Epistemic logic and Game Theory Applications:**

**
**1: Game Logic and its Applications I (with T.
Nagashima), *Studia Logica *57 (1996),
325-354.

* *2: Game Logic and its Applications II
(with T. Nagashima), *Studia Logica *58
(1997), 273-303.

3: Common knowledge logic and game logic, *Journal of Symbolic Logic* 64 (1999), 685-700.

4: Epistemic considerations of decision making in games,
*Mathematical Social Sciences *38
(1999) 105–137.

5: Epistemic logics and their game theoretic
applications: Introduction, *Economic
Theory* 19 (2002), 7–62.

6: Bounded interpersonal inferences and
decision making, *Economic
Theory* 19 (2002), 63–103.

7: A Map of common knowledge logics
(with T. Nagashima, N.-Y. Suzuki, and Y. Tanaka). *Studia Logica* 71 (2002), 57-86.

8: Epistemic models of shallow depths and decision
making in games: Horticulture, (with N-Y. Suzuki), *Journal of Symbolic Logic* 68 (2003), 163-186.

9: Critical Comparisons between the Nash
Noncooperative Theory and Rationalizability (with Tai-Wei Hu). Mimeo.

10: Infinite Regresses arising from Prediction/Decision Making
in Games (with Tai-Wei Hu), Working Paper No.1308

IRCPEA, Waseda University.

C: Social
Justice

1: The Nash social
welfare function (with K. Nakamura), *Econometrica*
47 (1979), 423-435.

2: *Social Justice, considered in Hell.*
This is an English translation of the book of the same title in Japanese. Acts
1 and 2 are only available, so far.

3: Exploring New Socio-Economic Thought for a Small
and Narrow Earth, (2009).

D: Housing
Markets: Theory and Applications

1: The Central Assignment Game
and the Assignment Markets, *Journal
of Mathematical Economics* 10 (1982), 205-232.

2: Housing market
with indivisibilities, *Journal of
Urban Economics* 13 (1983), 22-50.

3: Duality in Comparative
Statics in Rental Housing Markets with Indivisibilities (with T. Ito and
Y.-I. Osawa). *Journal of Urban Economics*
59 (2006), 142-170.

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**E: Other Writings**

** 1: Utility theories in cooperative games, (with M. H.
Wooders). Handbook of Utility Theory Vol.2. Chapter 19 (2004), 1065-1098.
Kluwer Academic Press.**

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