Tatsuyoshi Saijo received a master's degree in economics from Hitotsubashi University in 1978, and a PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1985. He was an assistant professor in the Department of Economics, University of California at Santa Barbara (1986-91), assistant professor, associate professor, and then professor at the Institute of Socio-Economic Planning, University of Tsukuba (1988-91; 1991-95; 1995-96), post-doctoral fellow at the Center in Political Economy, Washington University at St. Louis (1989), professor at the Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University (1995-2013), visiting scholar at the Rational Choice Center, Department of Economics, Duke University (1999), faculty fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (2001-04), research associate at the California Institute of Technology (2002-03), professor at the Research Institute for Sustainability Science, Osaka University (2006-10), research professor and then specially appointed professor at the Center for Environmental Innovation Design for Sustainability, Osaka University (2011-12; 2013-15), and professor at the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University (2015-06) before assuming his present position. He has been a member of the Science Council of Japan since 2014, project leader for Experimental Social Science at the Ministry of Education, Japan (2007-13), and vice-president of the Economic Science Association (2010-14).
Sessions with Tatsuyoshi Saijo:
Overcoming democracy’s present bias: How to involve future generations in today’s policy making?
Thursday, 29 October 2020 | 12:00 – 13:15 PM (CET)