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1998 - 2022

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Volume 24, issue 2, 2022

Using discrete choice experiments to explore how bioecological attributes of sites drive birders’ preferences and willingness to travel pp. 119-146 Downloads
Maria Salvo, Giuseppe Cucuzza and Giovanni Signorello
Does green policy pay dividends? pp. 147-172 Downloads
Nusrate Aziz, Belayet Hossain and Laura Lamb
A note on organizational structure and environmental liability pp. 173-193 Downloads
Laurent Franckx, Frans P. Vries and Ben White
Decomposition of air pollution emissions from Swedish manufacturing pp. 195-223 Downloads
Polina Ustyuzhanina
Green industrial policies and domestic production of biofuels: an econometric analysis of OECD countries pp. 225-261 Downloads
Elina Bryngemark and Patrik Söderholm
A Natural Disasters Index pp. 263-284 Downloads
Thilini Mahanama, Abootaleb Shirvani and Svetlozar Rachev
Trial runs as environmental policy with strategic firms pp. 285-303 Downloads
Takayoshi Shinkuma and Hajime Sugeta
Correction to: Is there a demand for flood insurance in Vietnam? Results from a choice experiment pp. 305-305 Downloads
Arnaud Reynaud, Manh Hung Nguyen and Cécile Aubert

Volume 24, issue 1, 2022

Household energy consumption pp. 1-5 Downloads
Shigeru Matsumoto, Kenichi Mizobuchi and Shunsuke Managi
Household electricity demand, the intrinsic flexibility index and UK wholesale electricity market prices pp. 7-27 Downloads
Jacopo Torriti
An economic model of home appliance replacement: application to refrigerator replacement among Japanese households pp. 29-48 Downloads
Jiaxing Wang and Shigeru Matsumoto
Impact of feed-in tariffs on electricity consumption pp. 49-72 Downloads
Kenta Tanaka, Clevo Wilson and Shunsuke Managi
Modelling household behavioural changes as an opportunity for sustainable home energy pp. 73-97 Downloads
Norzalina Zainudin, Jasmine Leby Lau and Chandramalar Munusami
The rebound effect in air conditioner usage: an empirical analysis of Japanese individuals’ behaviors pp. 99-117 Downloads
Minoru Morita, Kazuyuki Iwata and Toshi Arimura

Volume 23, issue 4, 2021

Effect of green network and emission tax on consumer choice under discrete continuous framework pp. 641-666 Downloads
Charu Grover and Sangeeta Bansal
Economic growth and environment in the United Kingdom: robust evidence using more than 250 years data pp. 667-681 Downloads
Amine Ben Amar
The impact of lynx and wolf on roe deer hunting benefits in Sweden pp. 683-719 Downloads
Katarina Elofsson and Tobias Häggmark
Air pollution and urban road transport: evidence from the world’s largest low-emission zone in London pp. 721-748 Downloads
Muxin Zhai and Hendrik Wolff
The dual nature of money: why monetary systems matter for equitable bioeconomy pp. 749-760 Downloads
Ansel Renner, Herman Daly and Kozo Mayumi
Adoption and diffusion of conservation agriculture technology in Zambia: the role of social and institutional networks pp. 761-780 Downloads
Abdul Nafeo Abdulai, Awal Abdul-Rahaman and Gazali Issahaku
Revisiting ISO 14001 diffusion among national terrains: panel data evidence from OECD countries and the BRIICS pp. 781-803 Downloads
George Halkos, Stylianos Nomikos and Antonis Skouloudis
Willingness to pay for reliable piped water services: evidence from urban Ghana pp. 805-829 Downloads
Anthony Amoah and Peter G. Moffatt
How effective are protected natural areas when roads are present? An analysis of the Peruvian case pp. 831-859 Downloads
Julio Aguirre, Elmer Guerrero and Yohnny Campana
Interactions among macroeconomic policies, the energy market and environmental quality pp. 861-913 Downloads
Ivan Hajdukovic
Effects of environmental regulation on firm entry and exit and China’s industrial productivity: a new perspective on the Porter Hypothesis pp. 915-944 Downloads
Mian Yang, Yining Yuan, Fuxia Yang and Dalia Patino-Echeverri
Quantifying virtual water scarcity risk transfers of energy system in China pp. 945-969 Downloads
Xuebing Yao, Xu Tang, Arash Farnoosh and Cuiyang Feng

Volume 23, issue 3, 2021

EEPS special issue on “Carbon Pricing in East Asia” pp. 495-500 Downloads
Toshi Arimura, Maosheng Duan and Hyungna Oh
Impact of the Saitama Prefecture Target-Setting Emissions Trading Program on the adoption of low-carbon technology pp. 501-515 Downloads
Mitsutsugu Hamamoto
The impact of the Tokyo emissions trading scheme on office buildings: what factor contributed to the emission reduction? pp. 517-533 Downloads
Toshi Arimura and Tatsuya Abe
Analysis of inter-regional effects caused by the wide-area operation of the power grid in Japan: an implication for carbon pricing schemes pp. 535-556 Downloads
Satoshi Nakano and Ayu Washizu
Factors determining firms’ trading decision in the Korea ETS market pp. 557-580 Downloads
Hyemin Park and Minkyung Lee
Treatment of indirect emissions from the power sector in Korean emissions trading system pp. 581-592 Downloads
Yong-Gun Kim and Jong-Soo Lim
Assessment of the performance of pilot carbon emissions trading systems in China pp. 593-612 Downloads
Dongya Li, Maosheng Duan, Zhe Deng and Haijun Zhang
Evaluating the impact of the KETS on GHG reduction in the first phase pp. 613-638 Downloads
Sung-Hyun Jun, Jee Young Kim and Hyungna Oh
Correction to: Evaluating the impact of the KETS on GHG reduction in the first phase pp. 639-639 Downloads
Sung-Hyun Jun, Jee Young Kim and Hyungna Oh

Volume 23, issue 2, 2021

Does national carbon pricing policy affect voluntary environmental disclosures? A global evidence pp. 211-244 Downloads
Mumtaheena Anwar, Sohanur Rahman and Md. Nurul Kabir
Influences of environmental regulations on skill premium: mediating effect of industrial structure optimization pp. 245-273 Downloads
Shu Kedong, Lu Yueyu, Yu Ziyan, Kuai Peng and Zhang Shu’an
Why do municipalities accept disaster waste? Evidence from the great east Japan earthquake pp. 275-308 Downloads
Yuichi Ishimura, Kenji Takeuchi and Fredrik Carlsson
Negotiating weights for burden sharing rules in international climate negotiations: an empirical analysis pp. 309-331 Downloads
Martin Kesternich, Andreas Löschel and Andreas Ziegler
Climate change and institutional change: what is the relative importance for economic performance? pp. 333-360 Downloads
Otto Brøns-Petersen and Søren Havn Gjedsted
Factors affecting vehicle exhaust emissions, driver motivations as a mediator pp. 361-407 Downloads
Yasser A. Al-Rawi, Mohammed Harith Imlus, Yusri Yusup and Sofri Bin Yahya
Increasing food production and mitigating agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union: impacts of carbon pricing and calorie production targeting pp. 409-440 Downloads
Ancuta Isbasoiu, Pierre-Alain Jayet and Stéphane De Cara
Impact of international lobby groups on international environmental agreements pp. 441-466 Downloads
Peymaneh Safaynikoo and Mohammad Hossein Dehghani
Accounting for adaptation and its effectiveness in International Environmental Agreements pp. 467-493 Downloads
Francesco Furini and Francesco Bosello

Volume 23, issue 1, 2021

Heat warnings and avoidance behavior: evidence from a bike-sharing system pp. 1-28 Downloads
Mariano J. Rabassa, Mariana Conte Grand and Christian M. García-Witulski
Economic value of wetlands services in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia pp. 29-53 Downloads
Fitsum Dechasa, Feyera Senbeta and Dawit Diriba Guta
Coastal armoring and sinking property values: the case of seawalls in California pp. 55-77 Downloads
Arlan Brucal and John Lynham
Environmental technology development and diffusion: panel data evidence from 56 countries pp. 79-92 Downloads
George Halkos and Antonis Skouloudis
The mitigation potential of eco-taxation on carbon emissions: income effects under downward rigid wages pp. 93-107 Downloads
Ferran Sancho
Regulatory failure and the polluter pays principle: why regulatory impact assessment dominates the polluter pays principle pp. 109-144 Downloads
Dieter Schmidtchen, Jenny Helstroffer and Christian Koboldt
Trees, ground vegetation, sidewalks, cycleways: users’ preferences and economic values for different elements of an urban street—a case study in Taipei pp. 145-171 Downloads
Chad M. Botes and Alberto Zanni
Promotion of residential water conservation measures in South Africa: the role of water-saving equipment pp. 173-210 Downloads
Djiby Racine Thiam, Ariel Dinar and Herbert Ntuli
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