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UCHIYAMA, Katsuhisa Senior Economist

Research Interest

Environmental Economics, Environmental Management, Social Common Capital

Work Experience

2015-present Visiting Professor, Faculty of Economics, Gakushuin University.
2011-2015 Executive Director, Sustainable Management Forum of Japan.
2005-present Senior Economist, Research Institute of Capital Formation.
1999-2005 Associate Senior Economist, Research Institute of Capital Formation.
1997-1998 Research Associate, Program on US-Japan Relations, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University.
1993-1995 Economist, Japan Center for Economic Research.
1989-present The Japan Development Bank (Development Bank of Japan, 1999-).

Papers in English

  • "Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis and Carbon Dioxide Emissions," SpringerBriefs in Economics: Development Bank of Japan Research Series, 2016.
  • "Cost of Reduction of CO2 Emission in Japan: An Empirical Analysis on General Equilibrium Model," (with Kuroda, M., K. Nomura, M. Kuninori and K. Hanabusa), mimeo, 1999. (Prepared for The International Symposium on Global Environment and Economic Theory at Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University, Tokyo)
  • "Deepening Economic Interdependence in East Asia: Implications for the United States and Japan," Program on US-Japan Relations Occasional Paper, No. 98-16, Harvard University, 1998.

Professional Activities

Presentations

  • "Environmentally Conscious Actions and Firm Value: A Case for DBJ's Environmental Rating Loan," 5th Annual APEA (Asia-Pacific Economic Association) Conference, University of California, Santa Cruz, June, 2009.

Discussant

  • "Uncertain Climate Change, Learning, and Optimal Technological Portfolios," (Dr. Seung Rae Kim (Korea Institute of Public Finance)), 5th Annual APEA (Asia-Pacific Economic Association) Conference, University of California, Santa Cruz, June, 2009.