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YAMAGUCHI Rintaro

Researcher Name
YAMAGUCHI Rintaro
Div (Section) name/title
Social Systems Division(Environmental Policy Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Wealth accounting; Discounting; National accounting; Natural capital accounting
Degree(s)
Doctor of Economics
Professional Qualification(s)
Economics
Environmental Speciality Field
wealth accounting,discounting,natural capital accounting
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2021
    • 25504 : Decarbonized and Sustainable Society Research Program
    • 25516 : Integrative research toward balancing conservation and use of biodiversity and behavior change
    • 25534 : Establishing a Regime Inclusive of Future Generations in a Sustainable Society
    • 25649 : Macroeconomic foundation of inclusive wealth: theory and evidence on its relationships with production, consumption, and discounting
    • 25708 : Social systems domain: Foresight and advanced basic research
    • 25709 : Social systems domain: Policy-oriented research
    • 25710 : Social systems domain: Intellectual research infrastructure development
    • 25834 : Development of New Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25100 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 25130 : Research on Roadmap Development Toward Low Carbon Society in the World
    • 25151 : Policy Evaluation for Environmentally Sustainable Society
    • 25202 : Development of new Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
    • 25416 : Macroeconomic foundation of inclusive wealth: theory and evidence on its relationships with production, consumption, and discounting
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24697 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 24710 : Research on Roadmap Development Toward Low Carbon Society in the World
    • 24731 : Policy Evaluation for Environmentally Sustainable Society
    • 24957 : Development of new Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
    • 25088 : Macroeconomic foundation of inclusive wealth: theory and evidence on its relationships with production, consumption, and discounting
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24293 : Research on roadmap development toward low carbon society in the world
    • 24313 : Policy evaluation for environmentally sustainable society
    • 24356 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 24375 : Development of new approaches to environmental economics and evaluation
    • 24606 : Intragenerational income distribution, spatial heterogeneity, and time and space discounting
    • 24607 : Sustainability analysis in an economy with decreasing population and exogenous shocks
Research Result (Publication)
  • all
  • Original Paper
  • Review
  • Book
  • Social Cost-benefit Analysis of Decontamination After the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident. National and Subnational Sustainability: A Case Study of Japan
    Presenter : Okubo K., Yamaguchi R., Managi S.
    Title : , Wealth, Inclusive Growth and Sustainability (2019)
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation