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KUBO Takahiro

KUBO Takahiro
Researcher Name
KUBO Takahiro
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies(Biodiversity Conservation Planning Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Economics Research on Evaluation and Design of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Conservation
Degree(s)
Ph.D (Agriculture)
Professional Qualification(s)
Economics,Psychology,Agricultural Science
Environmental Speciality Field
Environmental economics,Behavioral science,Wildlife management
Keyword(s)
Environmental valuation,Protected area management,National park management,Wildlife management,Tourism
Brief Description of Research
Dr Kubo focuses on the economics and behaviour change concerning biodiversity conservation and wildlife and tourism management. He has expertise in the economic valuation of ecosystem services and behaviour change to address sustainability challenges, including climate change, biodiversity conservation, environmental degradation and resource scarcity. He is also interested in the incorporation of broad scientific knowledge into economic analysis and interdisciplinary approaches in conservation.
Career
2006.4-2010.3 Bsc, Hokkaido University
2010.4-2012.3 MSc, Hokkaido University
2012.4-2015.3 PhD, Kyoto University
2012.4-2015.3 Research fellow, JSPS)
2013.9-2015.2 Visiting scholar, University of Alberta, Canada)
2015.4-2020.3 Researcher, NIES
2020.2- Overseas research fellow, JSPS
2020.2- Visiting research fellow, University of Kent, UK
2020.3- Senior researcher, NIES
URL
http://kubotaka.wixsite.com/blog/english
https://researchmap.jp/tkubo?lang=en
https://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/3288/kubo-takahiro
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25098 : Harmonization with Nature Research Program
    • 25127 : Center for Climate Change Adaptation (CCCA)
    • 25136 : Strategic Conservation Planning Based on Assessment of Social-ecological Interactions
    • 25139 : Integrated Evaluation of Biodiversity and the Development of Tools for Conservation Planning
    • 25140 : Evaluation of Ecosystem Functions and Services and their Sustainable Use
    • 25184 : Studies on Adaptation Strategies Considering Social Change
    • 25202 : Development of new Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24695 : Harmonization with Nature Research Program
    • 24716 : Strategic Conservation Planning Based on Assessment of Social-ecological Interactions
    • 24719 : Integrated Evaluation of Biodiversity and the Development of Tools for Conservation Planning
    • 24720 : Evaluation of Ecosystem Functions and Services and their Sustainable Use
    • 24757 : Center for Climate Change Adaptation (CCCA)
    • 24784 : Projection and evaluation of natural capital and services of marine ecosystems to climate change
    • 24785 : Climate change impacts on ecosystems and ecosystem services for conservation areas
    • 24957 : Development of new Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
    • 24985 : Analysis and adaptation strategy on ecological and social consequences of tropicalization in coastal ecosystems
    • 24990 : Studies on Adaptation Strategies Considering Social Change
    • 25008 : Conservation of farmland ecosystems using marketing theory: Resolving trade-off between conservation and food production
    • 25011 : Development of environmental valuation methods using deep learning and big data
    • 25012 : Cost-benefit analysis of retention forestry in artificial forest: from the findings of large-scale demonstration experiments and deliberative monetary valuation
    • 25013 : Research on effective resource allocation for environmental policies in Japan
    • 25014 : Promotion of biodiversity conservation through changes in human behavior: Field experiments for policy evaluations
    • 25060 : Study on economic evaluation of ecosystem services of Lake Kasumigaura and its conservation measures
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24299 : Strategic conservation planning based on assessment of social-ecological interactions
    • 24302 : Integrated evaluation of biodiversity and the development of tools for conservation planning
    • 24303 : Evaluation of ecosystem functions and services and their sustainable use
    • 24340 : Climate Change Strategy Collaboration Office
    • 24354 : Harmonization with Nature Research Program
    • 24375 : Development of new approaches to environmental economics and evaluation
    • 24435 : Development of methods for environmental and energy policy studies using randomized controlled trials
    • 24490 : Evidence-Based Policy Making in Environmental Studies: Conceptual analysis of Evidence and development of application guidance
    • 24492 : New nature reserve design: complementary approach on cultural ecosystem services and biodiversity
    • 24493 : Cost-benefit analysis of retention forestry in artificial forest: from the findings of large-scale demonstration experiments and deliberative monetary valuation
    • 24494 : Do psychological benefits of urban greenspace increase with biodiversity? A landscape‐scale approach
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23825 : Evaluation of ecosystem functions and services and their sustainable use
    • 23826 : Integrated evaluation of biodiversity and the development of tools for conservation planning
    • 23829 : Strategic conservation planning based on assessment of social-ecological interactions
    • 23845 : Harmonization with Nature Research Program
    • 23861 : Climate Change Strategy Collaboration Office
    • 24001 : Development of new approaches to environmental economics and evaluation
    • 24139 : Projection and evaluation of natural capital and services of marine ecosystems to climate change
    • 24178 : Cost-benefit analysis of retention forestry in artificial forest: from the findings of large-scale demonstration experiments and deliberative monetary valuation
    • 24179 : Socio-economic impact evaluation of environmental policy in Japan
    • 24180 : New nature reserve design: complementary approach on cultural ecosystem services and biodiversity
    • 24181 : Do psychological benefits of urban greenspace increase with biodiversity? A landscape‐scale approach
    • 24182 : Assessment of tourism sustainability using socio-ecological approach: balancing conservation with tourism access
    • 24189 : Development of methods for environmental and energy policy studies using randomized controlled trials
    • 24190 :  
    • 24191 : Development of the regional-scale assessment of biodiversity in the era of depopulation
    • 24219 : Climate change impacts on ecosystems and ecosystem services in National parks (FY2017)
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23408 : Harmonization with Nature Research Program
    • 23409 : Strategic conservation planning based on assessment of social-ecological interactions
    • 23413 : Evaluation of ecosystem functions and services and their sustainable use
    • 23643 : Development of the regional-scale assessment of biodiversity in the era of depopulation
    • 23730 : Projection and evaluation of natural capital and services of marine ecosystems to climate change
    • 23753 : New nature reserve design: complementary approach on cultural ecosystem services and biodiversity
    • 23754 : Socio-economic impact evaluation of environmental policy in Japan
    • 23766 : Assessment of tourism sustainability using socio-ecological approach: balancing conservation with tourism access
    • 23794 : Cost-benefit analysis of retention forestry in artificial forest: from the findings of large-scale demonstration experiments and deliberative monetary valuation
    • 23795 : Do psychological benefits of urban greenspace increase with biodiversity? A landscape‐scale approach
    • 23796 : Genetic analysis of the Amami Rabbit Pentalagus furness in Tokunoshima Island
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23121 : Social impacts of protected areas: fundamental research of spatio-temporal variation in ecosystem service from the perspective of local community
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Original Paper
  • Book
  • How to Engage Tourists in Invasive Carp Removal: Application of a Discrete Choice Model
    Presenter : MAMENO K., Kubo T., Shoji Y., Tsuge T.
    Title : , Managing Socio-ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes for Sustainable Communities in Asia (2020)
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation
  • Research Lecture