Dr. Kamei's research fields are experimental and behavioral economics, and political economy. He is currently working on topics concerning collective action problems, the impact of democratic decision-making on civic behavior, endogenous choices of institutions in a society and the effects of reputation on their cooperation behavior. His research methods are experimental. Dr. Kamei is very passionate about his research. He enjoys conducting experiments and testing economic hypotheses.
Dr. Kamei also likes teaching, as it is a learning process for him as well. Starting his career as a faculty at BGSU, he is very much looking forward to meeting with the students and learning together with them.
Ph.D., Economics, Brown University, 2011
>M.A., Economics, Brown University, 2007
M.Eng., Civil Engineering, the University of Tokyo, 2002
B. Eng., Civil Engineering, the University of Tokyo, 2000
Assistant Professor of Economics, Bowling Green State University, August 2012 - present.