Dr Takahiko Kiso

Dr Takahiko Kiso

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Dr Takahiko Kiso
Dr Takahiko Kiso

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Biography

I am a lecturer (assistant professor) at the Department of Economics in the University of Aberdeen Business School. My research primarily focuses on environmental and energy economics and public economics.


Qualifications

PhD, Agricultural and Resource Economics University of Maryland at College Park, USA 2013
MSc, Applied Mathematics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA 2007
MA, Economics University of Tokyo, Japan 2005
BA, Economics University of Tokyo, Japan 2003

Prizes and Awards

Honourable mention, EAERE Award for the Best Paper Published in Environmental and Resource Economics During 2019. European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. 2020.

Research

Research Overview

Primary: Environmental Economics, Energy Economics, Public Economics

Seconday: Applied Econometrics, Industrial Organisation, Transportation Economics

Current Research

'A Subsidy Inversely Related to the Product Price'. University of Aberdeen Discussion Papers in Economics and Finance, 19(8). 2019. (Latest version available upon request.) (Conditionally accepted: Economic Journal

'The Effect of Electricity Prices on Retrofit and New-build Installations of Residential Solar PV: Fukushima as a Natural Experiment'. Joint with Ron Chan. (Latest version available upon request.) (Previously version: ‘The Effect of Electricity Prices on Residential Solar PV Adoption: Fukushima as a Natural Experiment’. University of Aberdeen Discussion Papers in Economics and Finance, 18(10). 2018.) 

Research Funding and Grants

Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Scholarships. Co-investigator. Amount: £1,050,000. 2018–present.

Henderson Economic Research Fund. Co-investigator. Amount: £2,000. 2016.

University of Aberdeen Elphinstone Scholarship. Amount: £39,000. 2015–2018.

University of Aberdeen Elphinstone Scholarship. Amount: £37,800. 2014–2017.

Scottish Government / ClimateXChange Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Grant. Co-investigator. Amount: £257,000. 2014-2017.

Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

Current Courses

EC3023: Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Economics (UG)

EC3530: Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment (UG)

EC4030: Applied Economic Policy Evaluation (UG)

BU5558: Business Strategy (PG)

Past Courses

BU5033: Economic Analysis (PG)

Publications

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