Data Science, Statistical Science, and Probability
Marketing Science, Industrial Organization, Organizational Behavior, and Quantitative Criminology
With KAMAI, T., “Is product with a special feature still rewarding? The case of the Japanese yogurt market,” Cogent Economics and Finance, 2016, 4(1), doi.org/10.1080/23322039.2016.1221231.
With KABE, S., “Estimating the Markov-switching almost ideal demand systems: a Bayesian approach,” Empirical Economics, 2014, Volume 47(4) pp. 1193–1220.
With MYOJO, S., “ON ASYMPTOTIC PROPERTIES OF THE PARAMETERS OF DIFFERENTIATED PRODUCT DEMAND AND SUPPLY SYSTEMS WHEN DEMOGRAPHICALLY CATEGORIZED PURCHASING PATTERN DATA ARE AVAILABLE,” INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW, 2012 Vol. 53(3), pp. 887-937.
With KABE, S., “Another view of impact of BSE crisis in Japanese meat market through the almost ideal demand system model with Markov switching,” Applied Economics Letters, 2012, 19, pp. 1643–1647.
With Watanabe, S., Tareq M. “When openness to experience and conscientiousness affect continuous learning: A mediating role of intrinsic motivation and a moderating role of occupation. Japanese Psychological Research, 2011, Vol. 53(1), pp.1-14.
With YUMA, Y. and KUNIYOSHI, M., “Evaluating the relative effectiveness of training school programs vs. probation on recidivism of Japanese Juvenile delinquents. Annales Internationales de Criminologie / International Annals of Criminology, 2010, 48(1), pp.63-88.
“Hellinger distance and Kullback-Leibler loss for the Kernel density estimator.” Statistics & Probability Letters, 1993, 18(4), pp.315-321.
“Hellinger distance and Akaike’s information criterion for the histogram.” Statistics & Probability Letters, 1993, 17(4), pp.293-298.
“An Optimal Variable Cell Histogram Based on the Sample Spacings.” The Annals of Statistics, 20(1), pp,291-304.
Dr. Yuichiro KANAZAWA is professor at International Christian University. He is an expert of statistical science and and its application to marketing science, industrial organization, organizational behavior, and quantitative criminology. He has been a visiting professor at the Department of General Systems Studies, Graduate School of the University of Tokyo and a statistical consultant to the Correction Bureau, the Japanese Minister of Justice. He contributed a Chapter 28 in Econometrics Handbook (Asakura, 2007). He has supervised eight Ph.D. students so far and is planning to continue raising the next generation of scholars in his capacity. His current academic interests include game-theoretic analysis of manufacture-retailer relationship, developing a probabilistic foundation for analyzing big data faster by splitting them into smaller pieces and recombine the result at the end, cross-cultural study of “trustworthiness,” analysis of psychological treatment of inmates. He played hockey in college and is American Red Cross certified Water Safety Instructor.
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