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Cross-cultural interchange & research institute newsletter Volume 22 pp. 3 - 3
published_at 2022-08-01
Creators : 宇 潼 Publishers : Yamaguchi University Faculty of Humanities Cross-cultural interchange & research institute Updated At : 2022-10-21 14:11:48
Cross-cultural interchange & research institute newsletter Volume 22 pp. 2 - 3
published_at 2022-08-01
Creators : 宮崎 花梨 Publishers : Yamaguchi University Faculty of Humanities Cross-cultural interchange & research institute Updated At : 2022-10-21 13:59:52
Cross-cultural interchange & research institute newsletter Volume 22 pp. 2 - 2
published_at 2022-08-01
Creators : Takahashi Masahito Publishers : Yamaguchi University Faculty of Humanities Cross-cultural interchange & research institute Updated At : 2022-10-21 13:37:10
Cross-cultural interchange & research institute newsletter Volume 22 pp. 1 - 1
published_at 2022-08-01
Creators : Hayami Seiko Publishers : Yamaguchi University Faculty of Humanities Cross-cultural interchange & research institute Updated At : 2022-10-21 13:24:06
published_at 2022-08
Creators : Koudkeo Phommachan Updated At : 2022-10-21 13:12:29
published_at 2022-09
Creators : Takahashi Yushi Updated At : 2022-10-21 11:30:51
URSI Radio Science Bulletin Volume 2020 Issue 372 pp. 22 - 28
published_at 2020-10-26
The power transmission effi ciency of a resonatorcoupled wireless power transfer (RC-WPT) system with some angular misalignments is examined in this paper. In addition to conventional single-spiral resonators, the dual-spiral resonators which we have proposed are used in the RC-WPT system. It was confi rmed that the power transmission effi ciency of the RC-WPT system decreased with the increment of angular misalignments. However, it was shown that the decayed power transmission efficiency due to the angular misalignments could be recovered by adding the appropriate axial displac ements between transmitting (Tx) and receiving (Rx) units.
Creators : Nur Syafiera Azreen Norodin | Hotta Masashi Publishers : Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale Updated At : 2022-05-27 14:10:56
published_at 2022-09
Creators : Kashiwaki Yasuko | Yoshida Masaki | Uehara Masafumi Updated At : 2022-10-11 15:52:40
Operations Research Forum Volume 3 pp. 48 -
published_at 2022-09-05
Zero-determinant strategies are memory-one strategies in repeated games which unilaterally enforce linear relations between expected payoffs of players. Recently, the concept of zero-determinant strategies was extended to the class of memory-n strategies with n _ 1, which enables more compli-cated control of payoffs by one player. However, what we can do by memory-n zero-determinant strategies is still not clear. Here, we show that memory-n zero-determinant strategies in repeated games can be used to control condi-tional expectations of payoffs. Equivalently, they can be used to control ex-pected payoffs in biased ensembles, where a history of action pro_les with large value of bias function is more weighted. Controlling conditional expectations of payoffs is useful for strengthening zero-determinant strategies, because play-ers can choose conditions in such a way that only unfavorable action pro_les to one player are contained in the conditions. We provide several examples of memory-n zero-determinant strategies in the repeated prisoner's dilemma game. We also explain that a deformed version of zero-determinant strategies is easily extended to the memory-n case.
Creators : Ueda Masahiko Publishers : Springer Nature Updated At : 2022-09-29 14:05:00
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 725 - 745
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Yanagisawa Noboru Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-07 15:52:12
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 453 - 476
published_at 2022-03-31
The establishment of the environmental protection law reflects the Chinese government's determination to achieve ecological civilization. Since January 1, 2015, when the revised Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China came into effect, environmental public interest litigation in China has been rapidly growing. In the implementation of environmental law, environmental public interest litigation plays an irreplaceable role. The mechanism of environmental public interest litigation will ideally enhance the effectiveness and prevention of environmental protection and become a major contributor to public awareness of environmental protection. Despite the fact that environmental public interest litigation in China has made great progress, there are still many shortcomings and defects. One of the major difficulties facing environmental public interest litigation in China is the lack of standing of plaintiffs in environmental public interest litigation. This paper will explore the necessity of plaintiff status for environmental public interest litigation in China's grassroots self-governance organizations based on the situation of environmental pollution in rural China, using village committees as an example.
Creators : Yu Guizhong | Yang Qingqing | Li Haifeng Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 10:36:43
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 787 - 830
published_at 2022-03-31
Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-07 16:24:45
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 747 - 786
published_at 2022-03-31
To date, the process of implementing the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and global climate change mitigation and adaptation obligations has been largely decoupling in most countries. This creates administrative duplication, costs, and hinders the development of effective problem solving. Against this background, we show the present state of research on policy integration and integrated policymaking. Following the research results of Bauer et al. (2021) and Teebken et al. (2021), this note briefly summarizes different understandings of policy integration and detailed criteria for evaluating policy integration from different academic perspectives. Implementing an interactive agenda requires political attention and institutional competence to address the interactions and complexity of each, understand policies at a national level, and translation. In this note, we will introduce the basic concept of what integration practice looks like, and focusing on the interaction between the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement.
Creators : Chen Li-chun Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-07 16:16:50
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 695 - 724
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Yuan Lihui Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-07 15:35:55
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 633 - 694
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Matsuda Atsuro | 齋藤 英智 | Hirano Tetsuya Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-06 16:07:34
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 593 - 632
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Kodama Shuhei Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 15:10:32
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 571 - 591
published_at 2022-03-31
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the movement of the economy when the consumption demand is fully realized after the economy achieves full employment. If the investment demand is fully realized, full employment will not be sustained. However, full employment will continue if the consumption demand is fully realized.
Creators : Umada Tetsuji Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 14:09:03
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 555 - 570
published_at 2022-03-31
本稿では,中国の浙江省の消費者を対象に実施したアンケート調査をもとに,新型コロナウイルス感染症の拡大が中国の消費者の消費行動に与えた影響を探るために,OLS回帰分析を用いて定量分析を行った。分析結果から,新型コロナウイルス感染症の拡大は中国における消費者の収入や仕事の安定さに一定の影響を与えていることがわかった。多くの回答者は将来の経済発展に対し強い確信を持っていることも確認された。また,新型コロナウイルス感染症の影響が強ければ強いほど節約的消費傾向が強まり,将来に確信を持つほど積極的消費傾向が強まることがわかった。
Creators : Bai Jinlong | Chen Jianping Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 13:56:32
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 531 - 553
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Akkemik K. Ali Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 11:20:28
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 509 - 530
published_at 2022-03-31
This paper empirically examines the impacts of household debt and leverage ratio, measured by the ratio of aggregate household debt to GDP, on consumption using provincial-level macro-data in China. Results show that household indebtedness has a positive and significant effect on consumption expenditure and this remains true for both household debt and leverage ratio, as well as long-term and short-term debts and leverage ratios, and the encouraging effects are heterogeneous across regions. When the debt-to-GDP ratio is below 100%, the consumption experiences faster growth than that when the debt-to-GDP ratio exceeds 100%. In addition, residents’ saving, per capita disposal income and the public expenditure on education, social security, as well as medical and health services are found to have significant positive effects on consumption, while CPI and child dependency ratio have depressive effects.
Creators : Wei Zhang | Li Haifeng Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 11:01:22
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 477 - 507
published_at 2022-03-31
As income levels increase, numerous households will consider investing in risky assets. Credit availability, especially for high-income households, is playing an increasingly important role in enhancing households holdings of risky assets (HHRA). The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of credit availability on HHRA. In this study, the data from the China Household Finance Survey in 2017 is utilized, and the approach of logit regression is employed to produce more accurate estimates. Meanwhile, this study also explores the heterogeneous roles of household income. The results show that the impact of credit availability on HHRA varies by household income. As household income increases from low to high, the effect of credit availability on HHRA transfers from negative to positive. Besides, the results also suggest that for high-income households, credit availability moderated with the attention to financial and economic information positively contributes to HHRA. Thus, it implies that policymakers and financial institutions are encouraged to expand access for households to invest in risky assets, enhance households’ availability of credit, and build more financing channels.
Creators : Chen Fuzhong | Lu Xiuli | Li Haifeng Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-05 10:51:45
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 421 - 451
published_at 2022-03-31
As global warming continues to intensify, how to prevent climate deterioration has become a serious concern for all countries. In recent years, although China’s GDP has leap to the second place in the world after the United States, it is accompanied by serious problems of environmental pollution and energy consumption with the rapid development of the economy. Under the common goal of global energy conservation and emission reduction, China has established seven carbon trading markets. Because the energy-chemical industry is a major concern for emission reduction and the carbon trading market has market regulation functions, examining the relationship between them is of great significance and can help the emission reduction effort. This study investigates the relationship between the carbon emission price of China's carbon trading market and the stock price of 30 listed companies in the energychemical industry. We use daily data to establish a panel model and var model, and then compare it with European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS). The result indicates that there is an asymmetric one-way relationship between the carbon emission price and the stock price of the energy-chemical industry in China. The main reason is that the internal endogenous mechanism and external response mechanism of the carbon trading market are not perfect. Then the government should improve relevant legal system and trading system, and furthermore, introduce third-party institutions and strengthen talent pools.
Creators : Lyu Jingye | Cao Ming | Dong Xiao Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-02 16:40:08
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 397 - 420
published_at 2022-03-31
Consumer capability refers to the ability to apply relevant knowledge and perform desirable behavior for achieving wellbeing. Previous research reveals that consumer behavior is more important than knowledge to indicate consumer capability. How to motivate individual consumers to engage in consumption activities that contribute to sustainable development? This is the question this conceptual paper attempts to address. This paper proposes a definition of sustainable consumer behavior and applies a theory-based, conceptual framework to develop action-taking programs in sustainable consumption education. Sustainable consumer behavior is defined as consumer acts that consider current and future interests of themselves and others when they purchase and use market goods. The behavior change theory used here refers to the transtheoretical model of behavior change (TTM), a commonly used behavior change theory in health and finance. The paper demonstrates how to facilitate the development of sustainable consumer behavior in education intervention programs based on principles outlined in TTM with specific examples. Implications for policies and future research are also discussed.
Creators : Jing Jian Xiao Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-02 16:28:57
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6 pp. 365 - 395
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Zhou Xueguang Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-02 15:22:40
Yamaguchi journal of economics, business administrations & laws Volume 70 Issue 6
published_at 2022-03-31
Creators : Hyodo Takashi Publishers : The Economic Society of Yamaguchi University Updated At : 2022-09-02 14:50:04