Shinji Kaneko

Last Updated :2022/08/02

Affiliations, Positions
International Office, Executive and Vice President
E-mail
kshinji{at}hiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • Kyushu University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Japan, 1996/04, 1999/02
  • Kyushu University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Japan, 1994/04, 1996/03
  • Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering, Japan, 1989/04, 1994/03

Academic Degrees

  • Dr. of Engineering, Kyushu University
  • Master of Engineering, Kyushu University

Research Fields

  • Environmental science;Sustainable and environmental system development;Environmental policy and social systems
  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil and environmental engineering

Research Keywords

  • Development and Environment
  • Poverty and Environment
  • Environmental Economics
  • Environmental Policy
  • Climate Policy
  • Urbanization and Environment
  • Renewable Energy

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA)
  • Environmental Policy and Governance
  • START, 2005
  • Japan Society of Civil Engnieers

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Introduction to Overseas Dispatch and Study Abroad
  2. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Introduction to Overseas Dispatch and Study Abroad
  3. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Collaborative Online International Seminar A
  4. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Collaborative Online International Seminar A
  5. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Collaborative Online International Seminar B
  6. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Collaborative Online International Seminar B
  7. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation A
  8. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation A
  9. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation B
  10. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation B
  11. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation C
  12. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Study Tour Abroad for Realization and Transformation C
  13. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Invitation to Integrated Global Studies II
  14. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Year, Graduation Thesis
  15. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Cross-disciplinary Collaboration Project
  16. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Project Research
  17. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Environmental Policy
  18. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Intensive, Master Thesis
  19. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Practices for International Civil Servants A
  20. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Economic Development I
  21. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Economic Development II
  22. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Economic Development I
  23. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Economic Development II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Is there a causal relation between ethanol innovation and the market characteristics of fuels in Brazil?, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 74, 161-168, 201202
  2. Causality between pillars of sustainable development: Global stylized facts or regional phenomena?, ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 14(1), 197-201, 201203
  3. Are firms' voluntary environmental management activities beneficial for the environment and business? An empirical study focusing on Japanese manufacturing firms, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 105, 121-130, 20120830
  4. Impacts of urbanization on national transport and road energy use: Evidence from low, middle and high income countries, ENERGY POLICY, 46, 268-277, 201207
  5. Estimating the value of economic benefits associated with adaptation to climate change in a developing country: A case study of improvements in tropical cyclone warning services, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 86, 117-128, 201302
  6. CO2 Emission and Energy Policy Effect in China: a Provincial Level Analysis, Proceedings of the 14th Annual conference The Japan Society for International Development, 193-198, 20021101
  7. Long-term Perspective on Population and Food Supply and Demand in Asia Based on Empirical Equations and BaU Scenarios,, Journal of Global Environmental Engineering, 3, 99-119, 19970401
  8. Study on the Water Demand and Supply in China Based on Business as Usual Scenarios,, Journal of Global Environmental Engineering, 5, 139-154, 19990401
  9. An Analysis on Driving Factors for CO2 Emissions from Energy Use in Tokyo and Seoul by Factor Decomposition Method, Environmental Systems Research, 30, 295-304, 20020401
  10. CO2 EMISSIONS FROM ENERGY USE IN EAST ASIAN MEGA-CITIES: DRIVING FACTORS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS, Environmental Systems Research, 31, 20030401
  11. CO2 emission from energy use in East Asia mega-cities: driving factors, challenges and strategies, Proceedings of International Workshops on Policy Integration Towards Sustainable Urban Energy Use for Cities in Asia, 55-78, 20030401
  12. Analysis of Industrialization, Urbanization and Land-use Change in East Asia According to the DPSER Framework, Proceedings of 1999 NIES Workshop on Information Bases and Modeling for Land-use and Land-cover Changes in East Asia, 19990401
  13. CO2 emission and policy effect in China: a provincial level analysis, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of Japan Society for International Development, 20020401
  14. Is there any turning point in the EKCs for CO2 emission? Empirical econometric analysis and east-Asian countries and mega-cities trajectories, Proceedings of the 2002 Annual Conference of the Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 20020401
  15. Comparative study on indirect energy demand, supply and corresponding CO2 emissions of Asian Mega-cities, Proceedings of International Workshops on Policy Integration Towards Sustainable Urban Energy Use for Cities in Asia, 193-203, 20030401
  16. CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY OF INSOMNIA AND SIGNS OF DEPRESSION IN JAPANESE MALE SHIFT WORKERS, WORKING UNDER VARIOUS SHIFT PATTERNS, 27th International Congress on Occupational Health = Iguassu Falls= Brazil, 20030401
  17. Leptogenesis and low energy CP violation, a link, Journal of Physics G: Nucl. Part. Phys., 29(8), 1877-1880, 20030701
  18. Fur Mites induce dermatitis associated with IgE hyperproduction in an inbred strain of Mice, NC/Kuj., J.Dermatolo.Sci, 19, 37-43, 19990401
  19. Collocational Analysis of Life Science English (2) - Lists of common collocates of carry, confer, contribute, detect, elucidate, give, know, obtain, raise, understand -, 39, 55-88, 20050401
  20. Collocational analysis of life science English (1) - Lists of common collocates of possibility, probability, implication, involvement, abscence, presence, evidence -, Studia Humana et Naturalia, 38, 19-53, 20040401
  21. Life Science Dictionary: a versatile electronic database of medical and biological terms, 20030401
  22. Depelopment of a genre-specific electronic dictionary and automatic gloss-embedding system, 20030401
  23. CP violation of neutrino oscillation and leptogenesis, Physical Review Letters, 89, 231601-1-231601-4, 20020401
  24. Productivity of market and environmental abatement in China, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 459-470, 20060401
  25. Technology choice and CDM projects in China: case study of a small steel company in Shandong Province, Energy Policy, 1139-1151, 20060401
  26. Dynamics of energy-related CO2 emissions in China during 1980 to 2002: The relative importance of energy supply-side and demand-side effects, Energy Policy, 3549-3572, 20060401
  27. Coverage and reliability of Chinese statistics regarding sulfur dioxide emissions during the late-1990s, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 415-434, 20060401
  28. Economic growth and the environment in China: an empirical analysis of productivity, Int. J. Gloval Environmental Issues, 89-133, 20060401
  29. Analysis of International Interdependence between China and Japan from the Perspective of Interregional Economic and Environmental Interactions, International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE) 30th Conference, 20070218
  30. An analysis on driving factors for CO2 emissions from energy use in Tokyo and Seoul by factor decomposition method, Environmental Systems Research, 30, 295-304, 20021001
  31. CO2 emissions from energy use in East Asian mega-cities: Driving factors and their contributions, Environmental Systems Research, 31, 209-216, 20031001
  32. Environmental productivity in China, Economics Bulletin, 17(2), 1-10, 20040401
  33. ""Driving forces behind the stagnancy of China's energy-related CO2 emissions from 1996 to 1999: the relative importance of structural change, intensity change and scale change"", Energy Policy, 33(3), 319-335, 20050201
  34. Technology choice and CDM projects in China: case study of a small steel company in Shandong Province, Energy Policy, 34(10), 1139-1151, 20060701
  35. Dynamics of energy-related CO2 emissions in China during 1980 to 2002: The relative importance of energy supply-side and demand-side effects, Energy Policy, 34(18), 3549-3572, 20061201
  36. Income Inequality Changes during periods of Economic Recovery in Indonesia, The Empirical Economics Letters, 6(4), 307-313, 20070701
  37. Location optimization algorithm for emergency signs in public facilities and its application to a single-floor supermarket, Fire Safety Journal, 44(1), 113-120, 20090101
  38. External dependency of water supply system in Beijing: an application of water mileage, Headwaters to the Ocean, Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management, 445-449, 20081001
  39. Urbanization and water use situation in Beijing, China - an evidence from water production and supply sector, Headwaters to the Ocean, Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management, 451-457, 20081001
  40. Long-term urban growth and water demand in Asian mega-cities, Headwaters to the Ocean, Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management, 483-489, 20081001
  41. A comparative study on history of sewage works construction between Bangkok and Tokyo, Headwaters to the Ocean, Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management, 583-589, 20081001
  42. Estimation of historical/ spatial changes in subsurface material stock related to the construction sector of urban areas in Japan, Headwaters to the Ocean, Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management, 591-597, 20081001
  43. Enabling sustainability transitions in Asia: the importance of vertical and horizontal linkages, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 76(2), 255-266, 20090201
  44. Environmental Performance and Return to Pollution Abatement in China, Ecological Economics, 68(6), 1643-1651, 20090401
  45. Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: An attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities, Science of The Total Environment, 407(9), 3089-3104, 20090401
  46. Anthropogenic effects on the subsurface thermal and groundwater environments in Osaka, Japan and Bangkok, Thailand, Science of The Total Environment, 407(9), 3153-3164, 20090101
  47. Operational Performance of the Bangladesh Rural Electrification Program and its Determinants with a Focus on Political Interference, Energy Policy, 37(6), 2433-2439, 20090601
  48. Assessing the Herding Behavior Through Multi-Agent Model and its impact Assessment of Pastureland Degradation in Mongolia, Environmental Systems Research, 37, 227-235, 20091001
  49. Economic Evaluation for the Benefits of a Bamboo Forest Management in Satoyama: Case Study on Kagamiyama Area in Higashihiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, 23, 61-66, 20091101
  50. Are micro-benefits negligible? The implications of the rapid expansion of Solar Home Systems (SHS) in rural Bangladesh for sustainable development, Energy Policy, 39(7), 4022-4031, 20110701
  51. Ethanol demand under the flex-fuel technology regime in Brazil., Energy Economics, 33(6), 1146-1154, 20111101
  52. Does urbanization lead to less energy use and lower CO2 emissions? A cross-country analysis., Ecological Economics, 70(2), 434-444, 20101201
  53. Determining the effectiveness of the Danish packaging tax and policy:The case of paper and paperbord packaging imports., Resources,Conservation and Recycling, 55(9-10), 836-841, 20110801
  54. Nonincome Factors Behind the Purchase Decisions of Solar Home Systems in Rural Bangladesh., Energy for Sustainable Development, 15(3), 284-292, 20110901
  55. Citizens' perception of past environmental damage and liability in countries with transition: Evidence from Kemerovo, Russia., Transition Studies Review, 17(4), 763-776, 20101201
  56. Why are environmentally aware citizens unwilling to support drinking water quality improvements? Evidence from Kemerovo, Russia., Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(1), 1-16, 20110101
  57. Economic Evaluation of Drinking Water Supply in Countries in Transition: Case Study of the Russian Federation, Journal of Institute of World Economy and International Relations, 56, 245-261, 20091201
  58. Benefit Transfers with Latent Class Models: Air Pollution Risk Management of Power Plants in China, Kobe University Graduate School of Economics, Discussion Paper Series, 1003, 20100501
  59. Firms' reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and economic performance: analyzing effects through demand and productivity, Hiroshima University Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 1-1, 20110801
  60. Allocating Costs of Environmental Management among Generations: A Case of Environmental Liabilities in Transition Economies, Hiroshima University Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 1-7, 20111201
  61. Economy-wide impacts of consumer responses to environmental information disclosure in Tokyo and the other parts of Japan, Hiroshima University Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 2-1, 20120101
  62. Residential preferences for stable electricity supply and a reduction in air pollution risk: A benefit transfer study using choice modeling in China, Hiroshima University Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 2-12, 20120601
  63. A Study on Characteristics of Household Electricity Un-subscribers in Indonesia., Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 45-54, 20111201
  64. Identifying household Residential Electricity Un-subscribers under Two Electricity., Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 31-44, 20111201
  65. Operational Performance of Regional Electricity in Indonesia., Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 23-30, 20111201
  66. Current status of the Brazilian ethanol program :Report on Hiroshima University-IDEC's mission to Brazil., Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 111-122, 20111201
  67. Effects of the reduction of pollution emissions on the economic performance of firms: an empirical analysis focusing on demand and productivity., Journal of Cleaner Production, 19(17-18), 1956-1964, 20111101
  68. Decline in heavy metal contamination in marine sediments in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia due to increasing environmental regulations., Etsuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 92(2), 297-306, 20110401
  69. Ethanol demand in Brazil: Regional approach., Energy Policy, 39(5), 2289-2298, 20110501
  70. Decomposition of CO2 emissions change from energy consumption in Brazil: challenges and policy implications., Energy Policy, 39(3), 1495-1504, 20110301
  71. Decomposing the decoupling CO2 emissions and economic growth in Brazil., Ecological Economics, 70(8), 1459-1504, 20110601
  72. Dynamic sustainability assessment of countries at the macro level: A principal component., Ecological Indicators, 11(3), 811-823, 20110301
  73. Financial allocation strategy for the regional pollution abatement cost of reducing sulfur dioxide emissions in the thermal power sector in China., Energy Policy, 38(5), 2131-2141, 20100501
  74. Nonincome factors behind the purchase decisions of solar home systems in rural Bangladesh, Energy for Sustainable Development, 15(3), 284-292, 20110901
  75. Allocating Costs of Environmental Management among Generations: A Case of Environmental Liabilities in Transition Economies, Transition Studies Review, 19(2), 225-243, 20121001
  76. A comparative study on history of sewage works construction between Bangkok and Tokyo., Headwaters to the Ocean, 583-589, 20081001
  77. A water resource efficiency analysis of the Chinese industrial sector, Environmental Economics, 3(3), 82-92, 20121001
  78. Effects of Internal Migration on Residential Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions in Hanoi, Hiroshima University Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Development Policy Discussion Paper Series, 2(17), 20121101
  79. Does Urbanization Matter for Developing Long-term Climate Scenario?, Global Environmental Research, 17(1), 20130101
  80. Driving forces behind the stagnancy of China's energy-related CO2 emissions from 1996 to 1999: the relative importance of structural change, intensity change and scale change, ENERGY POLICY, 33(3), 319-335, 200502
  81. Technology choice and CDM projects in China: case study of a small steel company in Shandong Province, ENERGY POLICY, 34(10), 1139-1151, 200607
  82. Dynamics of energy-related CO2 emissions in China during 1980 to 2002: The relative importance of energy supply-side and demand-side effects, ENERGY POLICY, 34(18), 3549-3572, 200612
  83. Enabling sustainability transitions in Asia: The importance of vertical and horizontal linkages, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE, 76(2), 255-266, 200902
  84. Location optimization algorithm for emergency signs in public facilities and its application to a single-floor supermarket, FIRE SAFETY JOURNAL, 44(1), 113-120, 200901
  85. Environmental performance and returns to pollution abatement in China, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 68(6), 1643-1651, 20090415
  86. Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: An attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 407(9), 3089-3104, 20090415
  87. Anthropogenic effects on the subsurface thermal and groundwater environments in Osaka, Japan and Bangkok, Thailand, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 407(9), 3153-3164, 20090415
  88. Operational performance of the Bangladesh rural electrification program and its determinants with a focus on political interference, ENERGY POLICY, 37(6), 2433-2439, 200906
  89. Financial allocation strategy for the regional pollution abatement cost of reducing sulfur dioxide emissions in the thermal power sector in China, ENERGY POLICY, 38(5), 2131-2141, 201005
  90. Nonincome factors behind the purchase decisions of solar home systems in rural Bangladesh, ENERGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 15(3), 284-292, 201109
  91. Changes in environmentally sensitive productivity and technological modernization in China's iron and steel industry in the 1990s, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, 15, 485-504, 201008
  92. Does urbanization lead to less energy use and lower CO2 emissions? A cross-country analysis, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 70(2), 434-444, 20101215
  93. Dynamic sustainability assessment of countries at the macro level: A principal component analysis, ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 11(3), 811-823, 201105
  94. Decomposition of CO2 emissions change from energy consumption in Brazil: Challenges and policy implications, ENERGY POLICY, 39(3), 1495-1504, 201103
  95. Decline in heavy metal contamination in marine sediments in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia due to increasing environmental regulations, ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 92(2), 297-306, 20110410
  96. Ethanol demand in Brazil: Regional approach, ENERGY POLICY, 39(5), 2289-2298, 201105
  97. Decomposing the decoupling of CO2 emissions and economic growth in Brazil, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 70(8), 1459-1469, 20110615
  98. Are micro-benefits negligible? The implications of the rapid expansion of Solar Home Systems (SHS) in rural Bangladesh for sustainable development, ENERGY POLICY, 39(7), 4022-4031, 201107
  99. Determining the effectiveness of the Danish packaging tax policy: The case of paper and paperboard packaging imports, RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 55(9-10), 836-841, 2011
  100. Effects of the reduction of pollution emissions on the economic performance of firms: an empirical analysis focusing on demand and productivity, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 19(17-18), 1956-1964, 2011
  101. Ethanol demand under the flex-fuel technology regime in Brazil, ENERGY ECONOMICS, 33(6), 1146-1154, 201111
  102. Can environmental quality spread through institutions?, ENERGY POLICY, 56, 312-321, 201305
  103. Corporate Environmental and Economic Performance of Japanese Manufacturing Firms: Empirical Study for Sustainable Development, BUSINESS STRATEGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 22(3), 187-201, 201303
  104. Understanding the Implications of Environmental taxes: The Case of the Danish Weight Based Packaging Product Charge, ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND GOVERNANCE, 23(4), 274-282, 201307
  105. Decomposition analysis of air pollution abatement in China: empirical study for ten industrial sectors from 1998 to 2009, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 59, 22-31, 20131115
  106. Determinants of user satisfaction with solar home systems in rural Bangladesh, ENERGY, 61, 52-58, 20131101
  107. The effects of internal migration on residential energy consumption and CO2 emissions: A case study in Hanoi, ENERGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 17(6), 572-580, 201312
  108. How does a firm's management of greenhouse gas emissions influence its economic performance? Analyzing effects through demand and productivity in Japanese manufacturing firms, JOURNAL OF PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS, 42(3), 355-366, 201412
  109. The moderating effects of urbanization on carbon dioxide emissions: A latent class modeling approach, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE, 90, 302-317, 201501
  110. Do forest permits cause deforestation in Indonesia?, INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY REVIEW, 17(2), 165-181, 201506
  111. Attribute non-attendance in discrete choice experiments: A case study in a developing country, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY, 47, 22-33, 201509
  112. Evaluating households' preferences regarding reducing power outages in rural areas: cases in the Ganges Floodplain in Bangladesh, ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY, 18(1), 73-94, 201602
  113. Examining ordering effects in discrete choice experiments: A case study in Vietnam, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY, 45, 39-57, 201503
  114. Does Institutional Failure Undermine the Physical Design Performance of Solar Water Pumping Systems in Rural Nepal?, SUSTAINABILITY, 8(8), 201608
  115. On the discrepancy in the social efficiency measures between parametric and non-parametric production technology identification, JOURNAL OF AIR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT, 58, 9-14, 201701
  116. Do exogenous shocks better leverage the benefits of technological change in the staged elimination of differential environmental regulations? Evidence from China's cement industry before and after the 2008 Great Sichuan Earthquake, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 164, 1167-1179, 20171015
  117. Does corporate environmental performance enhance financial performance? An empirical study of indonesian firms, ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT, 23, 10-21, 201709
  118. Decision-making governance for purchases of solar photovoltaic systems in Japan, ENERGY POLICY, 111, 75-84, 201712
  119. Dynamic sustainability assessment of countries at the macro level: A principal component analysis, ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 11(3), 811-823, 2011
  120. Decomposition of CO2 emissions change from energy consumption in Brazil: Challenges and policy implications, ENERGY POLICY, 39(3), 1495-1504, 2011
  121. Decomposing the decoupling of CO2 emissions and economic growth in Brazil, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 70(8), 1459-1469, 2011
  122. Are micro-benefits negligible? The implications of the rapid expansion of Solar Home Systems (SHS) in rural Bangladesh for sustainable development, ENERGY POLICY, 39(7), 4022-4031, 2011
  123. Effects of the reduction of pollution emissions on the economic performance of firms: an empirical analysis focusing on demand and productivity, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 19(17-18), 1956-1964, 2011
  124. Causality between pillars of sustainable development: Global stylized facts or regional phenomena?, ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 14(1), 197-201, 2012
  125. Is there a causal relation between ethanol innovation and the market characteristics of fuels in Brazil?, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 74, 161-168, 2012
  126. Are firms' voluntary environmental management activities beneficial for the environment and business? An empirical study focusing on Japanese manufacturing firms, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 105, 121-130, 2012
  127. Impacts of urbanization on national transport and road energy use: Evidence from low, middle and high income countries, ENERGY POLICY, 46, 268-277, 2012
  128. Can environmental quality spread through institutions?, ENERGY POLICY, 56, 312-321, 2013
  129. Estimating the value of economic benefits associated with adaptation to climate change in a developing country: A case study of improvements in tropical cyclone warning services, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 86, 117-128, 2013
  130. Decomposition analysis of air pollution abatement in China: empirical study for ten industrial sectors from 1998 to 2009, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 59, 22-31, 2013
  131. Determinants of user satisfaction with solar home systems in rural Bangladesh, ENERGY, 61, 52-58, 2013
  132. The effects of internal migration on residential energy consumption and CO2 emissions: A case study in Hanoi, ENERGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 17(6), 572-580, 2013

Publications such as books

  1. 2001, Urbanization and Urban Environmental Management , Towards a Sustainable Asia and the Pacific= Report of ECO ASIA Long-term Perspective Project Phase II= Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, 2001, Report, Cocompilation, 13
  2. 2001, A Comparative Study on Urban Transportation and Air Pollution in Four Asian Mega-cities: The Cases of Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai , Urban Environmental Challenges in Asia -Current Situations and Management Strategies-= Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, 2001, Report, Cocompilation, 29
  3. 2012/03, Climate Change Mitigation and International Development Cooperation, Routledge, 2012, 03, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 248
  4. 2010/09, Does Organizational Capacity Matter for Climate Change Adaptation?: -an Empirical Study in South West Bangladesh, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2010, 09, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 104
  5. 2009/12, Chinese Economic Development and the Environment, EdwardElgar Publishing Ltd., 2009, 12, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 352
  6. 2016, Basic Studies in Environmental Knowledge, Technology, Evaluation, and Strategy, Springer, 2016, Scholarly Book, Joint work, 286