I am an Assistant Professor at Center for Social Systems Innovation, Kobe University.
My research interests are: consumer decision-making, valuation of non-market goods, and environmental benefit transfer; applications of choice modeling with a focus on environmental and agricultural issues such as energy policy, food label, and lifecycle impact assessment.
- K. Murakami, H. Shimada, Y. Ushifusa, and T. Ida (2022) Heterogeneous treatment effects of nudge and rebate: Causal machine learning in a field experiment on electricity conservation, International Economic Review, forthcoming.
- K. Murakami, N. Itsubo, and K. Kuriyama (2022) Explaining the diverse values assigned to environmental benefits across countries, Nature Sustainability.
- K. Murakami, N. Itsubo, K. Kuriyama, K. Yoshida, and K. Tokimatsu (2017) Development of weighting factors for G20 countries. Part 2: estimation of willingness to pay and annual global damage cost, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 23(12) 1-16.
- T. Ida, K. Murakami, and M. Tanaka (2016) Electricity demand response in Japan: Experimental evidence from a residential photovoltaic power-generation system, Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy, 5(1) 73-88.
- K. Murakami, T. Ida, M. Tanaka, and L. Friedman (2015) Consumers' willingness to pay for renewable and nuclear energy: A comparative analysis between the US and Japan, Energy Economics, 50 178-189.
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Graduate School of Law, Kobe University Rokkodai-cho 2-1, Nada-Ku, Kobe 657-8501, Japan. Email: email@example.com