- B.A., Keio University
- M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- M.A., University of Michigan
- Ph.D., University of Michigan
Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
Research and teaching interests include quantitative political methodology and comparative electoral and legislative politics. His recent publications include: “Incumbency Disadvantage under Electoral Rules with Intra-Party Competition: Evidence from Japan” (Journal of Politics 2015) and “When Do Political Parties Benefit from Incumbents’ Personal Votes? Comparative Analysis Across Different Electoral Systems” (Electoral Studies 2020).