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Toshi H Arimura

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Ken-Ichi Akao

Faculty of Social Sciences

Environmental and Resource Economics

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    Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Waseda University. Ph.D. in Agricultural Science. After holding positions such as Assistant Professor of Department of Forestry at Kyoto University and Lecturer of School of Social Sciences at Waseda University, he took the present position from April 2002.

    • A Theory of Disasters and Long-run Growth (with Hiroaki Sakamoto, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control 95 89-109, 2018)
    • Some rationalizability results for dynamic games (with Tapan Mitra and Gerhard Sorger, International Journal of Economic Theory 8(4), 361--379, 2012)
    • Tax schemes in a class of differential games (Economic Theory 35 (1) 155--174, 2008.)
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Hajime Katayama

Faculty of Commerce

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    Professor, School of Commerce, Waseda University, 2017 to present.
    Associate Professor, School f of Commerce, Waseda University, 2010 to 2017.
    Lecturer, School of Business and Economics, University of Sydney, 2003 to 2010.

    • Toshi H. Arimura & Hajime Katayama & Mari Sakudo, 2016. "Do Social Norms Matter to Energy-Saving Behavior? Endogenous Social and Correlated Effects," Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 3(3), 525-553.
    • Arimura, Toshi H. & Darnall, Nicole & Katayama, Hajime, 2011. "Is ISO 14001 a gateway to more advanced voluntary action? The case of green supply chain management," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 61(2), 170-182.
    • Arimura, Toshi H. & Hibiki, Akira & Katayama, Hajime, 2008. "Is a voluntary approach an effective environmental policy instrument?: A case for environmental management systems," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 55(3), 281-295.

Hideki Konishi

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Yasushi Kondo

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Input-Output Analysis of Material Cycles and Waste Management, Industrial Ecology

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    Yasushi Kondo is a professor at Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University. He received his BA and MA in Economics from Waseda University and PhD in Economics from University of Tsukuba. Prior to joining Waseda, he was an associate professor at Faculty of Economics, Toyama University. He was also a visiting professor at Industrial Ecology Programme, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and a visiting scientist at Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), Leiden University. His research interest includes quantitative approaches to material cycles and waste management. He has served on international academic journals: Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management as an associate editor, and Resources, Conservation & Recycling and Journal of Economic Structures as an editorial board member. He was awarded the ILCAJ Outstanding Achievement Award from the Institute of Life Cycle Assessment, Japan (ILCAJ) in 2019.

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Kiyoshi Saito

Faculty of Science and Engineering

Hiroto Takaguchi

Faculty of Science and Engineering

Ryo Takahashi

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Yuta Toyama

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Airo Hino

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Electoral Studies, Comparative Politics

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    2001/10 -2006/06 University of Essex Department of Government, Ph.D
    2000/04 - Waseda University Graduate School of Political Science Ph.D Programme
    1998/04 -2000/03 Waseda University Graduate School of Political Science, MA
    1994/04 -1998/03 Waseda University School of Political Science and Economics, BA

    • 2004/10-2005/07, Flemish Community Fellow at Instituut voor Sociaal en Politiek Opinieononderzoek (ISPO) of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL),
    • 2006/04-2007/03 FRS Fellow at Centre de Politique Comparée (CPC) of Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL),
    • 2007/04-2010/03 Associate Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University,
    • 2010/04-2014/03 Associate Professor at Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
    • 2014/04- Professor at Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University.
    • Context Impacts on Confirmation Bias: Evidence From the 2017 Japanese Snap Election Compared with American and German Findings
      Human Communication Research(2019)(Knobloch-Westerwick, S., Liu, L., Hino, A., Westerwick, A., & Johnson, B. K.)
    • Representing the Twittersphere: Archiving a representative sample of Twitter data under resource constraints International Journal of Information Management(2019)Vol. 48 p.175 - 184(Hino, A. and Fahey, R.)
    • Ranking and rating: Neglected biases in factor analysis International Journal of Public Opinion Research(2018)(Hino, Airo and Imai, Ryosuke)
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MALEN Joel Baker

Faculty of Commerce

Business Project

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    Ph.D. (Strategic Management and Organization) University of Minnesota, 2013
    M.A. (International Relations) Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, 2006
    B.A. (Economics) University of Rochester, 1999
    Associate Professor, Waseda University Department of Commerce, 2018-present
    Assistant Professor, Hitotsubashi University, 2013-2018

    • Environmental Externalities and Weak Appropriability: Influences on Firm Pollution Reduction Technology Development, Business & Society (2017) (coauthor A Marcus)
    • Promoting clean energy technology entrepreneurship: The role of external context, Energy Policy (2017) (coauthor A Marcus)
    • Techniques for navigating the risks of investing in cleaner energy technologies, in J. McIntyre, S. Ivanaj, & V. Ivanaj (eds.) CSR and Climate Change Implications for Multinational Enterprises. E Elgar. (2018) (coauthor A Marcus)

Junichi Yamanoi

Faculty of Commerce

Ayu Washizu

Faculty of Social Sciences

Input-Output Analysis of Renewable Energy, Empirical analysis for Smart Society.

Ngawang Dendup

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Environment, Energy and Development

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    PhD in Economics, Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University.

    • Information leverage: The adoption of clean cooking fuel in Bhutan. (2019). Energy policy, 125, 181-195. (with Arimura H. Toshi)
    • Demand for piped drinking water and a formal sewer system in Bhutan. (2018). Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 20(3), 681-703. (with Tshering, K.)
    • Climatic changes and their impact on socio-economic sectors in the Bhutan Himalayas: an implementation strategy. (2016). Regional Environmental Change, 16(5), 1401-1415. (with Hoy, A., Katel, O., Thapa, P. & Matschullat, J.)

Naonari Yajima

Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University

Environmental Economics, Urban Economics, Applied Micro econometrics

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    2011-2015 Department of Economics, Takasaki-City University of Economics (B.A. in Economics)
    2015-2017 Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University (M.A. in Economics)
    2017- Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University
    2019-2021 Research Associate, Waseda Institute of Political Economy, Waseda University
    2021年- Research Associate, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University

    • Miyamoto, T., Yajima, N., Tsukahara, T., and Arimura, T. H. (2020). Advancement of Green Public Purchasing by Category: Do municipality green purchasing policies have any role in Japan?. Sustainability, 12(21), 8979.
    • Yajima, N., Arimura, T. H., and Sadayuki, T. (2020). Energy Consumption in Transition: Evidence from Facility-Level Data. In Carbon Pricing in Japan (pp. 129-150). Springer, Singapore.
    • Yajima, N., and Arimura, T. H. (2019). Effectiveness of Multiple-Policy Instruments: Evidence from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policy in Japan (No. 1916).

Tatsuya Abe

Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Research Associate

Environmental Economics, Empirical Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconometrics

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    Tatsuya Abe is a research associate of Faculty of Political Science and Economics. He received his B.A. and M.A. in Economics from Waseda University.

    • Arimura, T. H., & Abe, T. (2020). The Impact of the Tokyo Emissions Trading Scheme on Office Buildings: What factor contributed to the emission reduction?. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 1-17.
    • Abe, T., & Arimura, T. H. (2020). An Empirical Study of the Tokyo Emissions Trading Scheme: An Ex Post Analysis of Emissions from University Buildings. In Carbon Pricing in Japan (pp. 97-116). Springer, Singapore.

Guanyu Lu

Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Environmental Economics, Input-Output Analysis

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    2018 Osaka Prefecture University Graduate School of Economics, MA
    2020 Waseda University Comprehensive Research Organization, Research associate
    2021 Waseda University Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Research associate

Guanyu Lu

Waseda Institute for Advanced Study

Climate policy instruments; Energy-economic and integrated assessment models; Industrial decarbonization

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    JU Yiyi is currently working as an assistant professor at Waseda Institute for Advanced Study (WIAS), Waseda University. She used to work in the Global Energy Policy and East Asia Research Unit in the Institute for Future Initiatives, University of Tokyo during 2019-2021. Her Ph.D. in International Development (environmental economics field) was obtained from Nagoya University in 2019.

    • Ju Yiyi*, Masahiro Sugiyama, Etsushi Kato, Yuhji Matsuo, Ken Oshiro, Diego Silva Herran, 2021. Industrial Decarbonization Under Japan’s National Mitigation Scenarios: A Multi-Model Analysis, Sustainability Science, 16, 411–427 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-021-00905-2
    • Ju Yiyi*, Fujikawa Kiyoshi, 2019, Revealing the impact of a projected emission trading scheme on the production technology upgrading in the cement industry in China: an LCA-RCOT model, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 4(April), 100019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rcrx.2019.100019
    • Ju Yiyi*, Fujikawa Kiyoshi, 2019. Modeling the cost transmission mechanism of the emission trading scheme in China. Applied Energy, 236(June 2018), 172–182. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.11.068
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