Dai Zusai (Dai is my first name.)
Associate professor, Department of Economics, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Mail/office address: 1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave, RA 873 (004-04), Philadelphia, PA 19122
e-mail: zusai_at_temple.edu (Replace _at_ with @)
- Economic theory
- Game theory: evolutionary dynamics and learning
I used to study theoretical industrial organization and financial contract, as well.
- Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Graduate adjunct instructor (with supervision of a grader), Summer 2010: Econ 301 (Undergrad intermediate micro)
- Teaching assistant, Fall 2008–Spring 2010: Econ 101 (Undergrad microecon principles), Econ 301 (Undergrad intermediate micro), Econ 703 (Graduate core math for econ)
Internationalization grant, Temple U., 2017/18.
Selected participant in International Education Academy, Temple U., Spring 2017.
Award for The Alternate Textbook Project, Temple U., May 2016.
Best research paper award, Dept. Econ., Temple U., May 2016.
Richard E. Stockwell Graduate Student Fellowship, Dept of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 2010-May 2011.
MEXT Scholarship for Long-term Study Abroad in Doctoral Program, Ministry of Education (Japan) and University of Tokyo, September 2006-August 2009.
Asahi Glass Company Scholarship, July 2005-September 2006.
Graduate Thesis Award, Department of Economics, University of Tokyo, March 2003.
Member of: American Economic Association, Econometric Society, Japan Economic Association, International Society of Dynamic Games, Game Theory Society.
Referee for: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization; Games & Economic Behavior; Journal of Economic Theory; International Journal of Game Theory; Dynamic Games and Applications; Journal of European Economic Association; Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics, Young Scholar Workshop; Management Science; Entropy; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Mathematics of Operations Research; Games (in chronological order of the first referee report)
Contributor for MathSciNet/Mathematical Review (unanonymous reviews for American Mathematical Society’s annotated journal article database).
Long visit (longer than a week or so) at: Tohoku U., Hitotsubashi U., U. Aizu, U. Tsukuba, U. Oregon.