Tomohiro SHISHIME

Former Staff (from Jul 1998 - Jul 2011 )
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Peer-reviewed Article
In Business Strategy and the Environment
Author:
Yang Jie
Qu Sixiao
Wang Leina
Bao Cunkuan
This paper explores the green supply chain management (GSCM) of companies based in the Yangtze River Delta, China. The companies' overall GSCM practice level (LGSCM) is measured by using the data from 165 valid respondents in a questionnaire survey conducted during April and May 2009. The relationships between LGSCM and the classified determinant...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation
This paper provides an overview of academic discussions and actual progress of a carbon tax policy in Japan, China and Republic of Korea located in Northeast Asia. Opportunities and barriers of introducing this policy in the region are identified by a comparative analysis of available information. The overview confirms the great importance of...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainable Development
Green purchasing (GP) is an important part of sustainable consumption, which reduces the impact of society on the environment. As few studies of people’s GP behaviours exist for China, this paper tries to close the gap by exploring GP behaviours of urban residents in Suzhou city, Jiangsu Province. A total of 336 valid samples in a questionnaire...
Discussion Paper
the 11th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation
This paper gives a glance of carbon emission status, the latest efforts and policy progress in Japan, China and Korea, and provides an integrative summary of previous discussions of carbon tax policy based on a comprehensive literature overview. By using the information collected from these countries, a comparative analysis is conducted to identify...
Book Chapter
In Sustainable Consumption and Production in the Asia-Pacific Region: Effective Responses in a Resource Constrained World
This chapter discusses corporate environmental information disclosure (CEID) as a policy option to promote SCP in developing Asia. Corporate environmental reporting and environmental performance rating programmes as CEID initiatives in the region are reviewed and discussed. • CEID schemes in developing Asia hold promise for promoting environmental...
Book Chapter
In アジア太平洋における持続可能な消費と生産:資源制約を乗り越えてアジアは豊かさを実現できるか
本章では、アジア途上国における持続可能な消費と生産を推進するための政策オプションとして、企業の環境情報開示(CEID)について論じる。アジアで採用されているCEIDイニシアティブ、企業の環境報告書及び環境パフォーマンス評価プログラムを検証・考察する。 ―アジア途上国においてCEIDスキームは環境パフォーマンスの促進に有効であるが、改善が必要な部分もある。企業の環境報告書が的確であることは少なく、環境パフォーマンス評価プログラムは環境パフォーマンスの良くない企業に対しては環境改善に向けより大きなインセンティブとなる。 ―持続可能な生産を大規模に推進するには、CEID政策を一組の政策の一部として捉え、他のCCや市場ベースの手段と組み合わせて使うべきである。CEID政策は独立した政策ではなく...
Discussion Paper
Implementation of Environmental Policies in Urban and Rural China - Its Success, problems and Deficiencies
Chinese environmental policies highly relied on the command and control measures in the past, which seems insufficient due to the feasibilities of the policies themselves or relatively weak enforcement capacities. Chinese government has recognized the problem and started to modify its environmental policy framework by adding alternative approaches...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Cleaner Production
Author:
Qinqin Yu
Tetsuro Fujitsuka
Beibei Liu
Jun Bi
This paper analyzes the functions of a government-oriented disclosure program in China, which rates company environmental performance into five colors and discloses the results to the public. The rating results and their annual changes during 2005–2007 are statistically summarized by using the detailed database provided by municipal environmental...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Cleaner Production
Author:
Can Wang
Tetsuro Fujitsuka
This paper develops an analytical framework based on the reasoned action theory and discusses the environmental activism (EA) of residents living close to the polluting companies. The data was collected by a questionnaire survey conducted in August of 2009 in Suzhou city of Jiangsu Province, China, which successfully obtained a total of 343 valid...
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