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HIDEMICHI FUJII Last modified date:2021.07.15

Associate Professor / Department of International Economy and Business / Faculty of Economics


Presentations
1. Hidemichi Fujii, Toxic Chemical Management for Circular Economy, The 2nd SNU-KYUSHU JOINT SYMPOSIUM, 2021.06.
2. Hidemichi Fujii, Toxic chemical substances management using TRI data, Kyushu-Illinois Strategic Partnership Colloquia Series, 2021.05, Toxic chemical management is vital to environmental protection and economic development in industrialized countries because it reduces the abatement costs associated with the use of toxic chemicals and minimizes the risk of accidental pollution. However, aspects related to toxic chemical emissions that are generated by the product supply chains that connect consumers to producers have not been widely studied. This talk introduces integrated decomposition analysis framework to clarify the main drivers of changes in the toxicity of production- and consumption-based chemical emissions. The results showed that toxic emissions from the US industrial sector decreased by 83% over the studied period because of pollution abatement efforts adopted by US industries. A variety of pollution abatement efforts were used by different industries, and cleaner production in the mining sector and the use of alternative materials in the manufacture of transportation equipment represented the most important efforts..
3. Hidemichi Fujii, How Does Information and Communication Technology Capital Affect Productivity in the Energy Sector?, SNU-KYUSHU JOINT SYMPOSIUM, 2020.09, By focusing on a distributed energy system that has been widely diffused for efficient utilization of renewable energy generation in recent years, this paper investigates the relationship between productivity growth and information and communications technology capital in the energy sector. Information and communications technology is a key factor in operating distributed energy systems in a way that balances energy supply and demand in order to minimize energy loss and to enhance capacity utilization. The objective of this study is to clarify the determining factors that affect productivity growth, focusing on three different information and communications technologies: information technology capital, communication technology capital and software capital. Our estimation sample covers energy sectors in 14 countries from 2000 to 2014. The results show that information technology and software capital contribute to increasing material productivity and capital productivity in the energy sector, respectively. Meanwhile, communication technology capital negatively affects these two productivity indicators..
4. Hidemichi Fujii, How does information and communication technology capital affect productive performance in the energy sector?, 13th Joint conference by Kyushu university, Renmin university and Nanjing university, 2018.11.
5. Roman Matousek, Hidemichi Fujii, Shunsuke Managi, Aarti Rughoo, The Financial Crisis and Bank Convergence: Evidence from the European Union and Eurozone, Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meeting, American Economic Association, 2015.05.
6. Hidemichi Fujii, ○Shunsuke Okamoto, Shigemi Kagawa, Sangwon Suh, Shunsuke Managi, Net emission transfer of toxic chemical substances: Empirical study for U.S. manufacturing industries, 24th IIOA Conference, 2016.07.
7. Hirotaka TAKAYABU, Shigemi Kagawa, Hidemichi FUJII, Shunsuke MANAGI, The Effects of Optimal Production Resource Reallocation on Carbon Footprint of Nations, 24th IIOA Conference, 2016.07.
8. Hidemichi Fujii, Shunsuke Managi, Research and Development Strategy in Artificial Intelligence Technology, The 7th Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference, 2016.11.
9. Hirotaka TAKAYABU, Shigemi KAGAWA, Shunsuke MANAGI, Hidemichi FUJII, The Effects of Productivity Improvement on Global CO2 Emissions, 25th IIOA Conference, 2017.06.