Yohei Mitani
Yohei Mitani
Kyoto University, Division of Natural Resource Economics, Graduate School of Agriculture
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Combining ecological and recreational aspects in national park management: A choice experiment application
A Juutinen, Y Mitani, E Mäntymaa, Y Shoji, P Siikamäki, R Svento
Ecological economics 70 (6), 1231-1239, 2011
Forest owners’ willingness to accept compensation for voluntary conservation: A contingent valuation approach
H Lindhjem, Y Mitani
Journal of Forest Economics 18 (4), 290-302, 2012
Hypothetical bias reconsidered: Payment and provision uncertainties in a threshold provision mechanism
Y Mitani, NE Flores
Environmental and Resource Economics 59, 433-454, 2014
Forest owners’ participation in voluntary biodiversity conservation: what does it take to forgo forestry for eternity?
Y Mitani, H Lindhjem
Land Economics 91 (2), 235-251, 2015
Demand revelation, hypothetical bias, and threshold public goods provision
Y Mitani, N E. Flores
Environmental and Resource Economics 44, 231-243, 2009
Estimating economic values of vegetation restoration with choice experiments: a case study of an endangered species in Lake Kasumigaura, Japan
Y Mitani, Y Shoji, K Kuriyama
Landscape and Ecological Engineering 4, 103-113, 2008
The influence of decision-making rules on individual preferences for ecological restoration: Evidence from an experimental survey
N Ito, K Takeuchi, K Kuriyama, Y Shoji, T Tsuge, Y Mitani
Ecological Economics 68 (8-9), 2426-2431, 2009
Does gender matter for demand revelation in threshold public goods experiments
Y Mitani, N Flores
Economics Bulletin 3 (27), 1-7, 2007
Modeling observed and unobserved heterogeneity in choice experiments
A Juutinen, R Svento, Y Mitani, E Mantymaad, Y Shojie, P Siikamaki
Environmental Economics, 57-65, 2012
Meta‐analysis of landowner participation in voluntary incentive programs for provision of forest ecosystem services
Y Mitani, H Lindhjem
Conservation Biology 36 (1), e13729, 2022
Public goods referenda without perfectly correlated prices and quantities
Y Mitani, NE Flores
Allied Social Sciences Meeting, Atlanta, 2010
Robustness tests of incentive compatible referenda: Consequential probability, group size, and value-cost difference
Y Mitani, NE Flores
Unpublished manuscript, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2012
Altruist talk may (also) be cheap: Revealed versus stated altruism as a predictor in stated preference studies
EK Iversen, K Grimsrud, Y Mitani, H Lindhjem
Environmental and Resource Economics 83 (3), 681-708, 2022
Self-selection bias in estimating the determinants of landowners' Re-enrollment decisions in forest incentive programs
Y Mitani, H Shimada
Ecological Economics 188, 107109, 2021
Dose Incentive Really Matter for Forestry-management Incentive Programs? An Evidence from NIPF Landowners' Re-enrollment Decisions to a Joint Thinning Program in Ehime, Japan
生物資源経済研究 18, 1-14, 2013
How Group Size and Decision Rules Impact Risk Preferences: Comparing group and individual settings in lottery-choice experiments
M Fukutomi, N Ito, Y Mitani
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 98, 101873, 2022
Is a PD game still a dilemma for Japanese rural villagers? A field and laboratory comparison of the impact of social group membership on cooperation
Y Mitani
The Japanese Economic Review 73 (1), 103-121, 2022
Providing quality recreation experiences in Japan
Y Shoji, Y Mitani, T Mieno, K Kuriyama
Economics Bulletin 17 (7), 1-11, 2008
A new explanation for hypothetical bias: Subjective probabilities of hypothetical aspects in payment and provision
Y Mitani
European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics (EAERE) 16th …, 2008
The Choice Architect Meets Payment for Ecosystem Services Design
Y Mitani, H Shimada, G Kipperberg
Journal of Behavioral Economics and Finance 14 (Special_issue), S17-S22, 2021
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