Department of Policy and Planning Sciences, Graduate School of University of Tsukuba

KONISHI Yoshifumi

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  • KONISHI Yoshifumi
  • E-MAIL: ykonishi_at_sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
  • TRIOS: www.trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/researcher/0000004039
  • WEB: www.applied-economics.org/cv_e
Position Associate Professor
Room 3F1114 (5072)
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Principal affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems: Division of Policy and Planning Sciences
Other affiliations School of Science and Engineering: College of Policy and Planning Sciences
Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering: Department of Policy and Planning Sciences (Policy and Planning Sciences)
Research interests Empirical Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Transportation and Environment
Degree Ph.D. in Applied Economics
University of Minnesota
Education / Professional experience Experiences
Visiting Associate Professor, Vancouver School of Economics, Univ. of British Columbia, 2017.2-2017.3
Visiting Researcher, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, 2016.9-2017.8
Research Associate, Research Institute for Env. Econ. Mgmt., Waseda University, 2016-present
Research Fellow, Tokyo Center for Economic Research, 2014-present
Associate Professor of Economics, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sophia University, 2012-2017
Assistant Professor of Economics, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sophia University, 2010-2012
Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Williams College, 2008-2010
Business Analyst, Investment Research Department, Goldman Sachs & Co., 1999-2001
Courses taught Undergraduate Courses
・Empirical Microeconomics
・Public Economics
Graduate Courses
・Statistical Analysis
・Econometrics
Academic societies American Economic Association
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Japanese Economic Association
Society of Environmental Economics and Policy Studies
Representative publications [1]. Can Green Car Taxes Restore Efficiency? Evidence from the Japanese New Car Market (with Meng Zhao), Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 4(1):51-87 (2017) (Web of science IF: 4.33)
[2]. Emissions Trading, Firm Heterogeneity, and Intra-Industry Reallocations in the Long Run (with Nori Tarui), Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 2(1), 1-42 (2015) (Web of science IF: 4.33)
[3]. Water-quality Trading: Can We Get the Prices of Pollution Right? (with J. Coggins and B. Wang), Water Resources Research 51(5), 3126-3144 (2015) (SNIP: 1.55, SJR: 2.29)
[4]. Does Information on Health Status Lead to A Healthier Lifestyle? Evidence from China on the Effect of Hypertension Diagnosis on Food Consumption (with Meng Zhao and Paul Glewwe), Journal of Health Economics 32(2), 367-385 (2013) (SNIP: 2.11, SJR: 2.86)
[5]. Does Smoking Affect Schooling? Evidence from Teenagers in Rural China (with Meng Zhao and Paul Glewwe), Journal of Health Economics 31(4), 584-598 (2012) (SNIP: 2.11, SJR: 2.86)
[6]. Efficiency Properties of Binary Ecolabeling, Resource and Energy Economics 33(4), 798-819 (2011) (SNIP: 1.42, SJR: 1.41)
[7]. A Framework for Estimating Willingness-To-Pay to Avoid Endogenous Environmental Risks (with Kenji Adachi), Resource and Energy Economics 33(1), 130-154 (2011) (SNIP: 1.42, SJR: 1.41)
[8]. Environmental Risk and Welfare Valuation under Imperfect Information (with J. Coggins), Resource and Energy Economics 30(2), 150-169 (2008) (SNIP: 1.42, SJR: 1.41)
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Research projects Transportation and Environment
Optimal Incentive Schemes for Reducing Vehicle-related Emissions
Impact of Regulatory Loopholes on Technical Change
Emissions Trading
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