Mitsukuni Nishida, PhD

Assistant Professor

Academic Discipline: Economics

Areas of Interest:
Business Strategy

Phone: 410-234-9429



Mitsukuni Nishida, PhD (Economics, University of Chicago) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2010. He is an Assistant Professor in the Research Track with expertise in the areas of industrial organization and quantitative marketing.

Honors & Distinctions

  • 2012: Recipient of NET Institute Summer Research Grant
  • 2008: Recipient of NET Institute Summer Research Grant
  • 2008 – 2009: Dissertation Fellowship, the Center of East Asian Studies, University of Chicago
  • 2005 – 2007: The Joint Japan/ World Bank Scholarship
  • 2004 – 2005: Fellowship, University of Chicago

Selected Publications

  • Regulation, Enforcement, and Competition:  Evidence from the Spanish Local TV Industry,” (joint with Ricard Gil), International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2014, January, 32, 11-23.
  • “Exploring Reallocation's Apparent Weak Contribution to Growth,” (joint with Amil Petrin and Saso Polanec), Journal of Productivity Analysis, forthcoming
  • “The Costs of Zoning Regulations in Retail Chains: The Case of the City Planning Act of 1968 in Japan,” January, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2014, 45(3), 305-328.
  • “Estimating a Model of Strategic Network Choice: The Convenience-Store Industry in Okinawa,” Marketing Science, forthcoming

Works In Progress

  • “Entry Order, Geographic Expansion, and Retail Sales Dynamics,” January 2014.
  • “Are We Undercounting Reallocation's Contribution to Growth?” (with Amil Petrin and Kirk White), October 2013.
  • “Search, Price Dispersion, and Local Competition: Estimating Heterogeneous Search Cost in the Retail Gasoline Markets” (with Marc Remer), May 2014.
  • “Network Pricing in the US Airline Industry,” (with Hiroshi Uno)
  • Performance Dynamics in Retail Expansion and Merger,” (with Nathan Yang)