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T. Saijo, T. Sjostrom and T. Yamato,(2004) "Secure Implementation," mimeo.
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Jordi Brandts, Tatsuyoshi Saijo and Arthur Schram, "How Universal is Behavior? A Four Country Comparison of Spite and Cooperation in Voluntary Contribution Mechanisms," Public Choice 119 (3-4): 381-424, June 2004
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(2) Experiment in Japan
Tatsuyoshi Saijo,Takehiko Yamato, Konomu Yokotani, and Timothy Cason, "Non-Excludable Public Good Experiments," Games and Economic Behavior, 49 pp.81-102, 2004.
(3) Comparison between Japan and the US
Timothy N. Cason, Tatsuyoshi Saijo, and Takehiko Yamato, "Voluntary Participation and Spite in Public Good Provision Experiments: An International Comparison," Experimental Economics, Vol. 5, pp.133-153, 2002.
(4) Summary Paper
T. Saijo, "Spiteful Behavior in Voluntary Contribution Mechanism Experiments," forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economics Results, Charles R. Plott and Vernon L. Smith (Eds), Elsevier Scinece
Z. Yu, "A Strategic Trade and Environmental Policy: Argument for the Kyoto Protocol," 2001, mimeo. pdf
Shinohara Ryusuke, "Coalition-proof Equilibria in a Voluntary Participation Game," 2003, mimeo.
Shinohara Ryusuke, "Strong Equilibrium in a Participation Game with a Discrete Public Good", 2004, mimeo.
Yusuke Samejima, "Inducing participation in Lindahl mechanisms," 2003.pdf
Paul J. Healy, "Equilibrium Participation in Public Goods Allocations," 2004, mimeo. pdf