Name

KATAYAMA, Hajime

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Commerce)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
hajime.katayama@waseda.jp

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
00595746

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Political Science and Economics(Graduate School of Economics)

Affiliated Institutes

環境経済・経営研究所

研究所員 2016-

環境と貿易研究所

研究所員 2012-2016

イノベーション研究所

研究所員 2018-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

-2003 Pennsylvania State University Graduate School, Division of Economics Applied Econometrics

Degree

Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University Economic policy

Career

2003-~ 2010 Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sydney

Academic Society Joined

Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies

Research Field

Keywords

Applied Econometrics

Paper

Warranty, seller reputation, and buyer experience: Evidence from eBay used car auctions

Che X, Katayama H, Lee P and Shi N

Journal of Industrial Economics Peer Review Yes Accepted

What determines the sacrifice ratio? A Bayesian model averaging approach

Katayama H, Ponomareva N and Sharma M

Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics Peer Review Yes First published: 22 March 2019

Authority and communication in firms

Katayama H, Meagher KJ and Wait A

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization Peer Review Yes 155p.315 - 3482018-

Cooking Fuel Choices—Analysis of Socio-economic and Demographic Factors in Rural India—

CHATTOPADHYAY Mriduchhanda;ARIMURA Toshi H.;KATAYAMA Hajime;SAKUDO Mari;YOKOO Hide-Fumi

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 30(2) p.131 - 1402017-

CiNii

Detail

Outline:

Indoor air pollution from the combustion of traditional cooking fuels causes millions of annual premature deaths in the developing world. This study examines the socio-economic and demographic factors that affect household choices of cooking fuels used in India. Survey data collected from 68 households in the rural areas of West Bengal were analyzed. The results of the regression analyses show that the location of the kitchen and the availability of free fuel affect the choice of clean cooking fuels. Furthermore, household income, age and education level of the household head are positively associated with clean fuel choices, while household size and distance to the nearest market are negatively associated with clean fuel choices.

Same concerns, same responses? A Bayesian quantile regression analysis of the determinants for supporting nuclear power generation in Japan

Omata Y, Katayama H and Arimura TH

Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Peer Review Yes 19(3) p.581 - 6082017-

Do social norms matter to energy-saving behavior? Endogenous social and correlated effects

Arimura TH, Katayama H and Sakudo M

Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Peer Review Yes 3p.525 - 5532016-

The effect of ISO 14001 on environmental performance: Resolving equivocal findings

Arimura TH, Darnall N, Ganguli R and Katayama H

Journal of Environmental Management Peer Review Yes 166p.556 - 5662016-

Do households misperceive the benefits of energy-saving actions? Evidence from a Japanese household survey

Iwata K, Katayama H and Arimura TH

Energy for Sustainable Development Peer Review Yes 25p.27 - 332015-

Team performance and within-team salary disparity: An analysis of nippon professional baseball

Kamada T and Katayama H

Economics Bulletin Peer Review Yes 34(1) p.144 - 1512014-

A quantile-based test of protection for sale model

Imai S, Katayama H and Krishna K

Journal of International Economics Peer Review Yes 91(1) p.40 - 522013-

Gasoline price cycles under discrete time pricing

de Roos N and Katayama H

Economic Record Peer Review Yes 89(285) p.175 - 1932013-

Quantile regression analysis of body mass and wages

Johar M and Katayama H

Health Economics Peer Review Yes 21(5) p.597 - 6112012-

Substance use and adolescent sexual activity

Acworth A, de Roos N and Katayama H

Applied Economics Peer Review Yes 44(9) p.1067 - 10792012-

A game-level analysis of salary dispersion and team performance in the National Basketball Association

Katayama H and Nuch H

Applied Economics Peer Review Yes 43(10) p.1193 - 12072011-

Central bank independence, political regimes and the sacrifice ratio: A replication study of Caporale and Caporale (2008)

Katayama H, Ponomareva N and Sharma M

Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking Peer Review Yes 43(5) p.1035 - 10422011-

Is ISO 14001 a gateway to more advanced voluntary action? The case of green supply chain management

Arimura TH, Darnall N and Katayama H

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management Peer Review Yes 61(2) p.170 - 1822011-

The non-linear impact of currency unions on bilateral trade

Katayama H and Melatos M

Economics Letters Peer Review Yes 112(1) p.94 - 962011-

サプライチェーンを通じた環境取組みの進展:上場企業サーベイによるGSCMの分析

井口衡、有村俊秀、片山東

サステイナブルマネジメント Peer Review Yes 11(1) p.159 - 1732011-

Does the version of the Penn World Tables matter? An analysis of the relationship between growth and volatility

Ponomareva N and Katayama H

Canadian Journal of Economics Peer Review Yes 43(1) p.152 - 1792010-

Firm-level productivity studies: Illusions and a solution

Katayama H, Lu S and Tybout JR

International Journal of Industrial Organization Peer Review Yes 27(3) p.403 - 4132009-

Is protection really for sale? A survey and directions for future research

Imai S, Katayama H and Krishna K

International Review of Economics and Finance Peer Review Yes 18(2) p.181 - 1912009-

Protection for sale or surge protection

Imai S, Katayama H and Krishna K

European Economic Review Peer Review Yes 53(6) p.675 - 6882009-

Is a voluntary approach an effective environmental policy instrument? A case for environmental management systems

Arimura TH, Hibiki A and Katayama H

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management Peer Review Yes 55(3) p.281 - 2952008-

Why do the rich save more? A theory and Australian evidence

Chakrabarty D, Katayama H and Maslen H

Economic Record Peer Review Yes 84(s1) p.32 - 442008-

労働政策の評価 : 「構造推定アプローチ」と「実験的アプローチ」

今井晋、有村俊秀、片山東

日本労働研究雑誌 43(12) p.14 - 212001-

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Market Responses to Management Earnings Forecast: An Analysis of High-frequency Data on the Limit Order Book

2018/-0-2021/-0

Allocation Class:¥2730000

Research Classification:

The impact of managers' work-family spillover on entrepreneurship and firm performance

2018/-0-2022/-0

Allocation Class:¥16510000

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Introductory Regression Analysis A 1School of Commerce2020spring semester
Introductory Regression Analysis A 2School of Commerce2020spring semester
Intermediate Regression Analysis 1School of Commerce2020fall semester
Intermediate Regression Analysis 2School of Commerce2020fall semester
Analysis of Discrete Variables (Jpn)Graduate School of Economics2020fall semester
Advanced MicroeconometricsGraduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Applied MicroeconometricsGraduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Applied MicroeconometricsGraduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Applied Microeconometrics (M)Graduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Applied Microeconometrics (M)Graduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Applied Microeconometrics (D)Graduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Applied Microeconometrics (D)Graduate School of Commerce2020fall semester