Hiroshima Institute of Health Economics Research (HiHER)

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Reaserch Results

Books

  • 藤田卓仙・小賀野昌一・成本迅(編). (2019) 認知症と情報, 勁草書房. 1-240.
  • 小賀野昌一・成本迅・藤田卓仙(編). (2018) 認知症と医療, 勁草書房. 1-275.
  • 成本迅・小賀野昌一・藤田卓仙(編). (2018) 認知症と民法, 勁草書房. 1-285.
  • 角谷快彦[訳]. (2018) 博士号のとり方[第6版]学生と指導教員のための実践ハンドブック, 名古屋大学出版会. 1-362.
  • Kadoya, Y. (2018) Human Services and Long-Term Care: A Market Model, Routledge. 1-184.
  • Naito, T., Lee, W., Ouchida, Y (Eds). (2017). Applied Approaches to Social Institutions and Economics, Springer. 1-370.
  • 成本迅 (2017). 実践!認知症の人にやさしい金融ガイド 多職種連携から高齢者への対応を学ぶ. クリエイツかもがわ. 1-104.
  • 中村保・大内田康徳. (2017). 経済学入門. ミネルヴァ書房. 1-296.
  • 角谷快彦(2016). 介護市場の経済学. 名古屋大学出版会. 1-256.
    *2017年日本公共政策学会賞(著作賞)受賞
  • 成本迅 (2016). 認知症の人の医療選択と意思決定支援. クリエイツかもがわ.1-224.

Book Chapter

  • Ouchida, Y., Okamura M., Orito, Y., Emission taxation and investment in cleaner production: The case of differentiated duopoly, in Nakayama, K., Miyata, Y. (Eds.) Theoretical and Empirical Analysis in Environmental Economics, Chapter 3, pp.35-48, Springer, 2019.
  • 角谷快彦「認知症による能力低下が経済に与える影響」,
    藤田卓仙・小賀野昌一・成本迅(編). (2019) 認知症と情報, 勁草書房. 1-240.
  • 大内田康徳「ベルトラン複占市場における品質改善投資と企業合併の効果」,
    秋本耕二・秋山優・永星浩一(編著)『理論経済学の新潮流』勁草書房, pp.94-109, 第5章, 2019年2月.

Journal Articles

  • Yuktadatta, P., Khan, M.S.R., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Financial Literacy and Exercise Behavior in the United States, Sustainability, n.d
  • Putthinun, P., Watanapongvanich, S., Khan, M.S.R., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Financial Literacy and Alcohol Drinking Behavior: Evidence from Japan, Sustainability, n.d.
  • Khan, M.S.R., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic: Are older people at higher risk?, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (SI: Epidemiology and Mental Health among Older Adults), n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., Khan, M.S.R., Narumoto, J., & Watanabe, S. (2021). Who is next? A study on victims of financial fraud in Japan, Frontiers in Psychology, n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., Watanapongvanich, S., Yuktadatta, P., Putthinun, P., Lartey, S.T., & Khan, M.S.R. (2021). Willing or hesitant? A socio-economic study on the potential acceptance of COVID-19 vaccine in Japan, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., Watanapongvanich, S., & Khan, M.S.R. (2021). How is emotion associated with driving speed? A study on taxi drivers in Japan, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 79 (May), 205-216.
  • Watanapongvanich, S., Khan, M.S.R., Putthinun, P., Ono, S., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Financial Literacy and Gambling Behavior in the United States, Journal of Gambling Studies. n.d.
  • Ono, S., Yuktadatta, P., Taniguchi, T., Iitsuka, T., Noguchi, M., Tanaka, S., Ito, H., Nakamura, K., Yasuhara, N., Miyawaki, C., Mikura, K., Khan, M.S.R., Kadoya, Y. (2021). Financial Literacy and Exercise Behavior: Evidence from Japan, Sustainability, n.d.
  • Oba, H., Kadoya, Y., Okamoto, H., Matsuoka, T., Abe, Y., Shibata, K., & Narumoto, J. (2021). The economic burden of dementia: Evidence from a survey of households of people with dementia and their caregivers, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, n.d.
  • Khan, M.S.R., Putthinun, P., Watanapongvanich, S., Yuktadatta, P., Uddin, M.A., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Do Financial Literacy and Financial Education Influence Smoking Behavior in the United States?, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, n.d.
  • Watanapongvanich, S., Khan, M.S.R., Putthinun, P., Ono, S., & Kadoya, Y. (2021). Financial Literacy, Financial Education, and Smoking Behavior: Evidence from Japan, Frontiers in Public Health: Health Economics. n.d.
  • Onphanhdala, P., Philavong, V., Kadoya, Y. & Khan, M.S.R. (2020). Access to Antenatal Care in Lao PDR: Analysis Using National Level Survey, Asian Economic Journal, 34 (3),  327-349.
  • Khan, M.S.R., Rabbani, N. & Kadoya, Y. (2020). Is financial literacy associated with investment in financial markets in the United States?, Sustainability. n.d.
  • Fukuda, K.& Ouchida, Y.(2020) Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the environment: Does CSR increase emissions?, Energy Economics. n.d.
  • Takashima, N., & Ouchida, Y. (2020). Quality‐improving R&D and merger policy in a differentiated duopoly: Cournot and Bertrand equilibria, Managerial and Decision Economics. n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., Khan, M.S.R. & Yamane, T. (2020). Government’s Stimulus Program to Boost Consumer Spending: A Case of Discount Shopping Coupon Scheme in Japan, Sustainability. n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R. (2020). Financial Literacy in Japan: New Evidence Using Financial Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude, Sustainability. n.d.
  • Watanapongvanich, S., Binnagan, P., Putthinun, P., Khan, M.S.R.,& Kadoya, Y. (2020). Financial Literacy and Gambling Behavior: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Gambling Studies. n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., Khan, M.S.R., Watanapongvanich, S., & Binnagan, P. (2020). Emotional status and productivity: Evidence from the special economic zone in Laos, Sustainability, 12 (4), 1544.
  • Kadoya, Y., Khan, M.S.R., Oba, H., & Narumoto, J. (2020). Factors affecting knowledge about the adult guardianship and civil trust systems: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Women and Aging, n.d.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R., Yamane, T. (2020). The Rising Phenomenon of Financial Scams: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Financial Crime. n.d.
  • Oba, H., Kadoya, Y., Matsuoka, T., & Narumoto, J. (2020), Cognitive decline reduces household spending among older people, Psychogeriatrics, Vol. 20 (1), pp. 28-34
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R. (2020). What Determines Financial Literacy in Japan?, Journal of Pension Economics & Finance, Vol. 19 (3), pp. 387-396
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R. (2019). Gender differences in the long-term care of older parents: Evidence from India. Journal of Family Studies, Vol. 25 (4), pp. 411-426
  • Vo, N.X., Vo, T.Q., Watanapongvanich, S. et al. (2019). Measurement and Determinants of Quality of Life of Older Adults in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Social Indicators Research, 142, 1285–1303
  • Witvorapong, N., Ratisukpimol, W. and Watanapongvanich, S. (2019), Effectiveness of alcohol-prevention social marketing in the presence of alcohol advertising, Journal of Social Marketing, Vol. 9 (3), 309-328
  • Witvorapong, N., & Watanapongvanich, S.  (2019). Using pre-commitment to reduce alcohol consumption: Lessons from a quasi-experiment in Thailand, Socio-Economic Planning Science. n.d.
  • Ouchida, Y. (2019). Cooperative choice of corporate social responsibility in a bilateral monopoly model. Applied Economics Letters. Vol.26(10), 799-806
  • Vo, N.X., Vo, T.Q., Watanapongvanich, S., & Witvorapong, N. (2018). Measurement and Determinants of Quality of Life of Older Adults in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Social Indicators Research. n.d.
  • Sato, M. & Kadoya, Y. (2018). UXO clearance operation in Laos. SPIE Proceedings. 10628, 1-12.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R., Hamada, T., & Dominguez, A. (2018). Financial literacy and anxiety about life in old age: Evidence from the USA. Review of Economics of the Household. 16(3), 859-878.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R., & Sano, Y. (2018). Effects of China’s One-Child Policy on Group Cooperation: Survey Evidence. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy. 23(3), 327-339.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R. (2018). Can financial literacy reduce anxiety about life in old age?. Journal of Risk Research. 21(12), 1533-1550.
  • Kadoya, Y., & Khan, M.S.R. (2017). Can Concern for the Long-term Care of Elderly Parents Explain Son Preference at Birth in India?. Journal of Women and Aging. 29 (3), 254-266.
  • Kadoya, Y. (2016). What makes anxious about life after the age of 65? Evidence from international survey research in Japan, the United States, China, and India. Review of Economics of the Household. 14(2), 443-461.
  • Ouchida, Y., & Goto, D. (2016). Environmental research joint ventures and time-consistent emission tax: Endogenous choice of R&D formation. Economic Modelling. 55, 179-188.
  • Ouchida, Y., & Goto, D. (2016). Cournot duopoly and environmental R&D under regulator’s precommitment to an emissions tax. Applied Economics Letters. 23(5), 324-331.
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