Current Issues in Public Utilities and Public Policy

Current Issues in Public Utilities and Public Policy

Empirical Studies Focusing on Japan


  • 著者
  • 水谷文俊, 浦上拓也, 中村絵理 編著
  • 出版社
  • Springer
  • 出版年月
  • 2023年01月
  • ISBN
  • 9789811974892 / 9789811974885







  • Public Utilities and Infrastructure
    • An Analysis of the Effect of Demand Response on Electricity Consumption: Assessing Households’ Heterogeneous Reaction to Dynamic Pricing
    • Estimation of Tap Water Demand in Japan: A Panel Data Analysis
    • Economies of Scale and Consolidation Effects in the Japanese Sewerage Industry
    • Productivity Measurement and Decomposition of Total Factor Productivity in Japan’s Postal and Parcel Delivery Industry
    • Preferential Slot Allocation for LCCs at a Congested Airport, and Airfare: The Case of Haneda Airport in Tokyo
    • The Impact of Airport Concession on Technical Efficiency: Evidence from Major Airports in Japan
  • Transportation
    • Travel-Based Multitasking in Japan Between 2001 and 2016: Descriptive Analysis
    • Understanding the Relationship Between Daily Travel and Long-Term Subjective Well-Being
    • The Relationship Between Bicycle Accidents and Urban Structure in Cities in Japan
    • Brand Strategy in Airline Mergers: Simulation Examples with Delta and Northwest
    • The Impact of Cooperation on the Multimarket Contact Effect in the U.S. Airline Industry
  • Governance and Policy
    • The Japanese Sewerage Industry: Institutional Aspects and the Governance Systems
    • Evaluating the Institutional Reforms and Private Participation in Japanese Container Ports—Evidence from Multi-stage DEA Analysis
    • Industrial Structure Change and Corporate Strategy: The Case of the Japanese Apparel Industry
    • Effects of Sustainable Development Goals Engagement on Profit in Public Utilities: Comparison with General Private Companies
  • Governance and Policy
    • The Relationship Among Corporate Social Responsibility, Network Cooperation, Green Innovation, Environmental Performance and Firm Performance: Evidences in Viet Nam