Associate Professor Yasuo SASAKI

photo_yasuo_sasaki.jpg

Associate Professor  Yasuo SASAKI

Decision Science and System Science

Profile

2008: Completed the master's program at the Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
2011: Finished the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
2011: Researcher, Value Management Institute, Inc.
2014: Assistant Professor, School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
2019: Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Gakushuin University

E-mail

  • E-mail:add_yasuo_sasaki.png

Main Research Results

Yasuo Sasaki, "Generalized Nash Equilibrium with Stable Belief Hierarchies in Static Games with Unawareness," Annals of Operations Research, 256(2):271-284, 2017.
Yasuo Sasaki, "A Note on Systems Intelligence in Knowledge Management," The Learning Organization, 24(4):236-244, 2017.
Yasuo Sasaki and Masahiro Ura, "Serial Dictatorship and Unmatch Reduction: A Problem of Japan's Nursery School Choice," Economics Letters, 147:38-41, 2016.
Yasuo Sasaki, "An Equivalence Result on the Reduction of Games with Unawareness," International Game Theory Review, 18(3):1650009 (27 pages), 2016.
Yasuo Sasaki, "Optimal Choices of Fare Collection Systems for Public Transportations: Barrier versus Barrier-free," Transportation Research Part B, 60:107-114, 2014.

Extramural Activities

Affiliated academic societies: The Operations Research Society of Japan, The Japan Society for Management Information

Message

Methods and ideas offered by decision and systems science are useful not only for business but also for managing various problems we face every day. I hope I can provide you with a useful perspective so that your life becomes better.

to pagetop