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Research Fellow in the Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Queensland

Shino Takayama is a research fellow in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the university of Queensland with holding a lectureship. Shino is currently a visiting scholar at Kyoto University, Japan.

Prior to joining University of Queensland, Shino was a lecturer at University of Sydney and held a postdoctoral fellowship of Australian Research Council.

Shino's main areas of expertise are financial economics, microeconomics theory, political economy. In her role at the university of Queensland, Shino has supervised a number of students, taught Game Theory and Industrial Organization, and worked on research projects in price manipulation in financial markets, economic theory as well as international trades.

She is the author, and co-author of a number of papers published in international peer-reviewed journals.


  • 2007–present
    Lecturer, University of Queensland
  • 2010–present
    Research Fellow, University of Queensland
  • 2005–2007
    Lecturer, University of Sydney


  • 2006 
    University of Minnesota, PhD


  • 2013
    A Unifying Impossibility Theorem, Economic Theory
  • 2011
    No Trade, Informed Trading and Accuracy of Information, Economic Bulletin
  • 2010
    Price, Trade Size, and Information Revelation in Multi-Period Securities Markets , Journal of Financial Markets
  • 2010
    A Dynamic Strategy of the Informed Trader with Market Manipulation , Annals of Finance
  • 2007
    Office-Seeking Politicians, Interest Groups and Split Contributions in the Model of Campaign Finance , International Journal of Economic Theory

Grants and Contracts

  • 2009
    Discovery Grant
    Chief Investigator
    Funding Source:
    Australian Research Council
  • 1997
    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    Chief Investigator
    Funding Source:
    Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan


Research Fellowship (University of Queensland), 2011APD Fellowship (Australian Research Council), 2009