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Empirical analysis of policies on climate change and waste management
Lectures and Seminars
Students attending my undergraduate seminar learn introductory environmental economics and discuss about its policy application.
At the seminar for graduate students, ongoing research projects of participants are presented and discussed.
Environmental Economics is an exiting research field that inspires interdisciplinary thinking and policy innovation. Please join us.
- "Evaluating Unit-Based Pricing of Residential Solid Waste: A Panel Data Analysis," Environmental and Resource Economics, 58(2), 245-271, 2014. (with T. Usui)
- "The Influence of Decision-making Rules on Individual Preferences for Ecological Restoration: Evidence from an Experimental Survey," Ecological Economics, 68 (8-9), 2426-2431, 2009. (with N. Ito, K. Kuriyama, Y. Shoji, T. Tsuge, and Y. Mitani)
- "A Choice Experiment Approach to the Valuation of Mortality," Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 31 (1), 73-95, 2005. (with T. Tsuge and A. Kishimoto)