WEESE, Eric Gordon
|Division||Department of Comparative Contemporary Economics|
|Research Fields||Political Economics|
Teaching and Research Appointments
|2019 −||Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
|2016 − 2019||Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University|
|2010 − 2016||Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Yale University|
|2009 − 2010||JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University|
Topics of Research
- 1Parameter estimation and simulation of coalition formation games
- 2Causes and effects of political boundary changes
- 3Terrorism and insurgency
- Caro-Burnett, J., & Weese, E. (2023). "UN Security Council Elections as an Incentive for Compliance", Journal of Conflict Resolution, 0(0), 2023.
- "European Political Boundaries as the Outcome of a Self-Organizing Process", Jounal of Social Science, 74, 2023，pp.21-43.
- Francesco Trebbi, Eric Weese, Austin L. Wright and Andrew Shaver (2020), Insurgent Learning, Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy : Vol. 1: No. 3, pp 417-448. doi:10.1561/113.00000013
- Trebbi, F. and Weese, E. (2019), Insurgency and Small Wars: Estimation of Unobserved Coalition Structures. Econometrica, 87: 463-496. doi:10.3982/ECTA14436
- Weese, E. (2015), Political mergers as coalition formation: An analysis of the Heisei municipal amalgamations. Quantitative Economics, 6: 257-307. doi:10.3982/QE442
- (with Ryuichi Tanaka) "Inefficiency in School Consolidation Decisions", 1, RIETI Discussion Paper Series 23-E-002，January 2023.
- Caro-Burnett, J. and Weese, E. (2022), The Political Business Cycle for Climate Legislation. CREPE Discussion Paper #123. http://www.crepe.e.u-tokyo.ac.jp/results/2022/crepedp123.html
- Caro-Burnett, J. and Weese, E. (2022), UN Security Council Elections as an Incentive for Compliance. CREPE Discussion Paper #63.http://www.crepe.e.u-tokyo.ac.jp/results/2020/crepedp63.html
- Weese, E., Hayashi, M. and Nishikawa M. (2020), Inefficiency and Self-Determination: Simulation-based evidence from Meiji Japan.CIRJE Discussion Paper #F-989. http://www.cirje.e.u-tokyo.ac.jp/research/dp/2015/2015cf989ab.html
- Schonholzer, D. and Weese, E. (2019), Creative Destruction in the European State System: 1000-1850.CREPE Discussion Paper #64. http://www.crepe.e.u-tokyo.ac.jp/results/2020/crepedp64.html
- Weese, E. (2016), European Political Boundaries as the Outcome of a Self-Organizing Process. Kobe University Graduate School of Economics Discussion Paper #1629.
|Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo||Political Economics
Topics in Political Economics