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College of International Relations  /
Department of International Relations

 Daisuke   HAYASHI  Associate Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Graduate School of International Relations
■Graduate school/University/other
03/2003  Osaka University  School of Engineering  Department of Global Architecture, Environmental Engineering Division  Graduated
05/2005  Indiana University-Bloomington  School of Public and Environmental Affairs  Master's course  Completed
04/2020  University of Zurich  Department of Political Science  Political Economy and Development  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
Doctor of Philosophy (Political Science) (2020 University of Zurich)   Master of Public Affairs (2005 Indiana University-Bloomington)   Bachelor of Engineering (2003 Osaka University)  
■Career history
08/2005-06/2007  Hamburg Institute of International Economics, Research Program International Climate Policy, Research Fellow
07/2007-01/2011  Perspectives, Senior Consultant / Head of Business Unit Methodology Development
12/2010-12/2010  U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, Sustainable Development Mechanisms Program, Consultant
02/2011-03/2014  University of Zurich, Department of Political Science, Research Assistant
01/2014-02/2014  Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Science, Technology and International Affairs Program, Visiting Researcher
04/2014-  Ritsumeikan University, College of International Relations, Associate Professor
04/2019-03/2020  University of Zurich, Department of Political Science, Academic Guest
■Committee history
04/2018-03/2022  The Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies  Board Member
■Academic society memberships
The Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies  
Japan Environmental Council  
The European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists  
The Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics  
■Subject of research
The political economy of energy transitions in China and India
International transfer of green innovation: A comparative analysis of the wind and solar power industries in China and India
Regional economic impact of renewable energy deployment
Policy design of carbon market mechanisms (e.g., China's emissions trading scheme, the Clean Development Mechanism)
■Research keywords
Environmental policy, climate policy, energy policy, technological change, carbon market mechanism 
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Books
Renewable Energy Technology Innovation. In: The Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (ed) Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Dictionary  Maruzen Publishing  394-395  05/2018  978-4-621-30292-7
The Governance of International Technology Transfer: Lessons from the Indian Wind Industry. In: M. Knodt, N. Piefer, F. Müller (eds) Challenges of European External Energy Governance with Emerging Powers  Ashgate Publishing  251-268  11/2015  978-1-4724-5829-2
Mobilizing Mitigation Policies in the South through a Financing Mix. In: A. Michaelowa (ed) Carbon Markets or Climate Finance: Low Carbon and Adaptation Investment Choices for the Developing World  Wehner, S.  Routledge  168-187  01/2012  978-1-84971-474-7
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Papers
Harnessing Innovation Policy for Industrial Decarbonization: Capabilities and Manufacturing in the Wind and Solar Power Sectors of China and India  Hayashi D.  Energy Research & Social Science  70/ 101644  12/2020  10.1016/j.erss.2020.101644
Features and Prospect of China's National GHG Emissions Trading Scheme  Niizawa H., Hayashi D., Liu X.  Carbon Management  11/ 2, 155-167  02/2020  10.1080/17583004.2020.1721975
Energy Transitions in China and India: Leapfrogging in Wind and Solar Power Technology  Hayashi D.  Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs  4/ 2, 98-106  01/2019  2376-8002
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Research presentations
Policy Mixes for Innovation in China and India's Wind and Solar Photovoltaic Industries  Swiss Political Science Association Annual Congress 2020  02/2020
Regional Economic Impact of Renewable Energy Diffusion: A Quantitative Analysis based on an Extended Inter-Regional Input-Output Table for Fukushima Prefecture  Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2019 Annual Conference  09/2019
Energy Transitions in China and India: Policy Mixes for Leapfrogging in Wind Power Technology  International Sustainability Transitions Conference 2019  06/2019
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Other research achievements
Referee of Applied Energy; Carbon Balance and Management; Clean Air; Climate Policy; Energy for Sustainable Development; Energy Policy; Environment, Development and Sustainability; International Environmental Agreements; Ritsumeikan International Affairs; Journal of the Asia-Japan Research Institute of Ritsumeikan University.  05/2007-
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Competitive grants, etc. (exc. KAKENHI)
Research on China’s Emissions Trading System  ESPEC Foundation for Global Environment Research and Technology  08/2016  08/2017  Joint researcher
Analysis of Approaches for Improving the Effectiveness of Climate Policies in Developing Countries through Capacity Building on Measurement, Reporting and Verification of the Joint Crediting Mechanism  Ministry of the Environment, Japan  04/2013  03/2014  Joint researcher
Analysis of Approaches for International Project-Based Offset Mechanisms  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  09/2010  10/2012  Joint researcher
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Academic awards
Swiss National Science Foundation  Doc.Mobility-Stipendium  11/2013
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■Teaching experience   (Even top three results are displayed. In View details, all results for public presentation are displayed.)

Courses taught
2018  IR-EBR202 Environmental Economics I  Lecture
2018  IR-EBR302 Environmental Economics II  Lecture
2018  IR-EBR204 International Development Cooperation  Lecture
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Environmental policy and social systems