Research

Publication in Economic Journals

“The Vaccination Kuznets Curve: Do Vaccination Rates Rise and Fall with Income?” (2018). Journal of Health Economics 57: 195-205.

“Fisheries Management and Stock Depletion” (2017). Land Economics 93(1): 165-178.

Work in Progress

Climate Change, Vaccination Leakage, and Border Control
The impact of temporary school closures on influenza epidemics
Fishermen’s effort allocation in a multi-species fishery

Publication in non-Economic Journals

“Manageable Risks and the Demand for Food Products: The Case of Oyster” (2018). Aquaculture Economics & Management (with Hiroki Wakamatsu and Tsutom Miyata) (forthcoming)

“Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on the oyster market: a difference-in-differences estimation” (2018). Fisheries Science (with Hiroki Wakamatsu and Tsutom Miyata) (forthcoming)

“The preference of people in Singapore toward Japanese seafood products: an ordered choice analysis” (2018). Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 84(5) (with Keisuke Yanehashi, Evonne Yiu, and Nobuyuki Yagi) (in Japanese) (forthcoming)

“Consumers’ attitude toward inspection methods and institutions for potential radioactive contamination: a choice-based conjoint analysis” (2018). Journal of International Fisheries, 16, 19-37. (with Akira Nakamura, Nobuyuki Yagi, Takashi Suzuki, Taro Oishi and Hisashi Kurokura)

“Ex-vessel price formation of fish species with low and irregular harvests: The case for John dory in Mie Prefecture, Japan” (2018). Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi (with Ryosuke Naruo, Takashi Suzuki, and Nobuyuki Yagi) (in Japanese)

“Empirical analysis of the distribution and consumption form and transmission of the price of marine products, focusing on tuna” (2017). Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 83(5), 795-801. (with Takahiro Matsui, Toru Nakajima, and Nobuyuki Yagi) (in Japanese)

“Structural changes and imperfect competition in the supply chain of Japanese fisheries product markets” (2014). Fisheries Science 80(6) 1337-1345. (with Toru Nakajima, Takahiro Matsui and Nobuyuki Yagi)

“Kouritsusei Bunseki kara Kangaeru Gyogyokanri no Houkousei” [A note on the possible directions of fisheries management based on efficiency analyses]. (2014). In Tada M, Ro S, Ariji M, Matsui T and Harada S (Eds.), Kawariyuku Nihongyogyo [Changing Japanese Fisheries] (pp.279-287). Tokyo, Japan: Hokuto Shobo (in Japanese)

“Methodology and Application of a Model to Estimate Fishery Resource Trends by Effort and Catch Data” (2014). Journal of International Fisheries 13: 1-12. (with Taro Oishi, Nobuyuki Yagi and Masahiko Ariji)

“Structural changes and imperfect competition in the supply chain of Japanese fisheries product markets” (2014). Fisheries Science 80(6): 1337-1345. (with Toru Nakajima, Takahiro Matsui and NobuyukiYagi)

“Tuna goes around the world on sushi” (2012). Aquaculture Economics & Management 16(2): 155-166. (with Hisashi Kurokura, Akira Takagi and Nobuyuk Yagi)

“The Technical Efficiency Analysis for Japanese Fishery: The Case for the Offshore Bottom Trawl Fishery in Hokkaido” Kokusai Gyogyo Kenkyu 11: 101-119 (in Japanese) (with Ken Mori and Nobuyuki Yagi)

“Asymmetric price transmission in the Japanese seafood market” (2012). Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 78(3): 468-478 (in Japanese) (with Toru Nakajima, Takahiro Matsui and Nobuyuki Yagi)

“Structural Change and Price Transmission in Japanese Marine Products Market: The Case of Bluefin Tuna” (2011). Kokusai Gyogyo Kenkyu 10: 1-13 (in Japanese) (with Takahiro Matsui, Toru Nakajima and NobuyukiYagi)

“Capturing Changes in Asymmetric Price Transmission: A Rolling Window TAR Estimation Using Bluefin Tuna Case Study” (2011). Journal of International Fisheries 10: 1-18. (with Toru Nakajima, Takahiro Matsui and Nobuyuki Yagi)

“Econometric analysis of the factors contributing to the fish price increase in coastal TURFs in Japan: the case of the income pooling fishery for coastal shrimp “Sakuraebi Sergia lucens”” (2010). Fisheries Science 76: 711-718. (with Takahiro Matsui, Nobuyuki Yagi, Yoshihito Senda and Hisashi Kurokura)

“Substitute and complement relations among various fish species in the Japanese market: implications for fishery resource management” (2009). Fisheries Science 75: 1079-1087. (with Nobuyuki Yagi, Masahiko Ariji, Atsushi Takahara and Hisashi Kurokura)