Shinsuke Uchida

Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics

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Scholarly Papers (4)

Be Cautious with the Precautionary Principle: Evidence from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12687
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 28 Oct 2019
Matthew Neidell, Shinsuke Uchida and Marcella Veronesi
Columbia University, Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics and University of Verona - Department of Economics
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precuationary principle, nuclear energy, electricity, mortality

The Unintended Effects from Halting Nuclear Power Production: Evidence from Fukushima Daiichi Accident

NBER Working Paper No. w26395
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 30 Oct 2019 Last Revised: 13 Feb 2023
Matthew Neidell, Shinsuke Uchida and Marcella Veronesi
Columbia University, Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics and University of Verona - Department of Economics
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Evaluating Temporary Certified Emission Reductions in Reforestation and Afforestation Programs

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 30 Dec 2007 Last Revised: 02 Jun 2008
Gregmar I. Galinato and Shinsuke Uchida
Washington State University - School of Economic Sciences and Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics
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carbon sequestration, countervailing effects, Clean Development Mechanism, forest rotation, reforestation and afforestation, social welfare, temporary certified emission reductions

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The Effect of Temporary Certified Emission Reductions on Optimal Forest Rotations and the Supply of Sequestered Carbon

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 23 Jul 2007
Gregmar I. Galinato and Shinsuke Uchida
Washington State University - School of Economic Sciences and Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics
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forest rotation, temporary certified emission reductions (tCERs), carbon sequestration

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Thermometer of Discrimination: Analyzing the Nexus between Temperature and Hate Crimes

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 31 Jan 2024 Last Revised: 01 Mar 2024
Michele Baggio and Shinsuke Uchida
University of Connecticut - Department of Economics and Nagoya City University - Graduate School of Economics
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Key Words: Climate change, Discrimination, Hate crime, Temperature, Weather