1st Edition

The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Economics in Asia

Edited By Shunsuke Managi Copyright 2015
    668 Pages 155 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    690 Pages 155 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    Problems of climate change, biodiversity and air pollution are clearly growing globally, but more particularly in Asia because of its economic importance and richness in nature. The increasing interest in environmental and resource economics applied in regions of Asia will make this book an outstanding resource to the existing literature, particularly in the fields of environmental and resource economics and the integration of applied content in traditional and agricultural development.

    At present there is no single handbook or text on the state of current knowledge in environmental economics in Asia or one which offers a comprehensive guide to students and academics on the subjects of environmental economics research. This book will help to fill the gap in the existing literature.

    Introduction, Shunsuke Managi  2. Economic Analysis of Zero-emissions Stabilization, Kazushi Hatase and Shunsuke Managi  3. The Environmental Kuznets Curve in Asia, Eriko Miyama and Shunsuke Managi  4. Index Decomposition Analysis for Tracking Energy Efficiency Trends, Peng Zhou and Beng Wah Ang  5. A Cross-Country Decomposition Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Asian Countries, Hainan Shi, Shunsuke Okamoto, Shigemi Kagawa and Keisuke Nansai  6. Environmental Taxes: Practice, Jing Cao  7. Energy and Climate Change, Takayuki Takeshita  8. Theory of Emissions Trading and Taxation, Akira Maeda  9. Emissions Trading in Practice: Lessons learnt from the European Emission Trading Scheme, Regina Betz  10. Trade and the Environment, Yasuhiro Takarada, Takeshi Ogawa and Weijia Dong  11. The Effect of Extended Producer Responsibility on the International Trade of Waste, Takayoshi Shinkuma and Hajime Sugeta  12. Fisheries Management in Asia, Keisaku Higashida  13. Nonrenewable Resources in Asian Economies: Perspectives of Availability, Applicability, Acceptability and Affordability, Youngho Chang and Yanfei Li  14. Measuring sustainable development in Asia, Masayuki Sato  15. Valuation of Environmental Benefits in Asian Countries, Suresh Jain, Surender Kumar and Paramjit  16. Impact of Agricultural Chemicals on the Environment and Human Health in Asia: Are there Solutions?, Wasantha Athukorala, Vincent Hoang and Clevo Wilson  17. Benefit transfer of nature conservation values in Asia and Oceania based on meta-analysis: Data heterogeneity and reliability issues, Henrik Lindhjema and Tran Huu Tuanb  18. Effect of the announcement of conservation area and financial targets on charitable giving for forest conservation: A natural field experiment study in East Asia, Yohei Mitani, Koichi Kuriyama and Takahiro Kubo 19. Coastal Development, Coral Reefs and Marine Life in Asia: Tourism's double-edged sword, Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell  20. An Assessment of the Biodiversity Offsets and Mitigation Actions: Case studies on mining, energy and paper & pulp sctors in India, Tania Bhattacharya and Shunsuke Managi  21. Technological Change and the Environment, Surender Kumar  22. Productivity, Institutions and Climate Change: Lessons for Asian countries, Surender Kumar and Shunsuke Managi  23. Determining Future Environmental Value: Empirical analysis of discounting over time and distance, Tetsuya Tsurumi, Kei Kuramashi , Shunsuke Managi and Ken-Ichi Akao  24. Inequality and the Environment, Makiko Nakano and Shunsuke Managi  25. Voluntary Standards and Determinants: Analysis of ISO 14001Certification, Yutaka Ito, Shunsuke Managi and Toshi H. Arimura  26. Japanese Domestic Environmental Policy: With a Focus on Climate Change and Air Pollution Policy, Toshi H. Arimura  27. Programs, Prices and Policies Towards Energy Conservation and Environmental Quality in China, ZhongXiang Zhang  28. Measuring Embodied Emission Flows for the Interdependent Economies within China, Sören Lindner, Dabo Guan and Klaus Hubacek  29. Material flow accounting of the UK: Linking UK consumption to global impacts with an example of imports from China, Dabo Guan, Ashok Chapagain, Jan Minx, Martin Bruckner and Klaus Hubacek  30. Energy and Environmental Policy in Korea, Suduk Kim and Yungsan Kim  31. Environmental and Resource Policy in India, Priyadarshi Shukla and Diptiranjan Mahapatra


    Shunsuke Managi is Professor of Technology and Policy in the School of Engineering at Kyushu University, Japan, while also holding positions as IGES fellow at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies and as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tokyo. He is an editor of Environmental Economic and Policy Studies, a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and is the author of Technology, Natural Resources and Economic Growth: Improving the Environment for a Greener Future and editor of The Economics of Green Growth.