Ph.D., University of California at BerkeleyM.A., University of California at BerkeleyB.A., University of California at Berkeley
Japanese Political EconomyComparative Politics
Fall 2013POL 141Y - Governments of the World, Distance LearningPOL 323 - Comparative Environmental Policy
Spring 2014POL 141Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning
Mark Tilton's research is in the field of comparative political economy, with a specialization in Japan. He has worked on antitrust and regulatory policy and is currently researching climate change policy. His teaching is also in the area of comparative and East Asian politics.
Restrained Trade: Cartels in Japan's Basic Materials Industries (Cornell University Press, 1996)
“Seeds of an Asian E.U.? Regionalism as a Hedge against the U.S. on Telecommunications Technology in Japan and Germany,” Pacific Review , Vol. 20, No. 3 (September 2007), pp. 301-327.
“Legacies of the Developmental State for Japan's Information and Communications Industries,” with Hyeonjung Choi, in Cornelia Storz and Andreas Moerke, eds., Information and Communication Technologies in Japan, Germany and the U.S.: Institutional Frameworks, Competitiveness and Learning Processes (London: Routledge Curzon Press, 2007).