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Keita Honjo
Keita Honjo
Center for Environmental Science in Saitama (CESS)
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Estimating the hourly electricity profile of Japanese households: Coupling of engineering and statistical methods
H Shiraki, S Nakamura, S Ashina, K Honjo
Energy 114, 478-491, 2016
432016
When they don't bite, we smell money: Understanding malaria bednet misuse
K Honjo, LF Chaves, A Satake, A Kaneko, N Minakawa
Parasitology 140 (5), 580-586, 2013
372013
Adapting global shared socio-economic pathways for national scenarios in Japan
H Chen, K Matsuhashi, K Takahashi, S Fujimori, K Honjo, K Gomi
Sustainability Science, 2020
262020
Dynamic linear modeling of monthly electricity demand in Japan: Time variation of electricity conservation effect
K Honjo, H Shiraki, S Ashina
PLoS ONE 13 (4), e0196331, 2018
162018
Estimation of Direct and Indirect Household CO2 Emissions in 49 Japanese Cities with Consideration of Regional Conditions
Y Hirano, T Ihara, M Hara, K Honjo
Sustainability 12 (11), 4678, 2020
112020
N-player mosquito net game: Individual and social rationality in the misuse of insecticide-treated nets
K Honjo, A Satake
Journal of Theoretical Biology 342, 39-46, 2014
112014
Impacts of demographic, meteorological, and economic changes on household CO2 emissions in the 47 prefectures of Japan
K Honjo, M Fujii
Regional Science Policy & Practice 6 (1), 13-30, 2014
92014
Cooperative emissions trading game: International permit market dominated by buyers
K Honjo
PLoS ONE 10 (8), e0132272, 2015
62015
Social dilemmas in nature-based tourism depend on social value orientations
K Honjo, T Kubo
Scientific Reports 10, 3730, 2020
52020
Long-term projections of economic growth in the 47 prefectures of Japan: An application of Japan shared socioeconomic pathways
K Honjo, K Gomi, Y Kanamori, K Takahashi, K Matsuhashi
Heliyon 7 (3), e06412, 2021
22021
エネルギーシステム研究におけるゲーミングの役割
鈴木研悟, 本城慶多
シミュレーション & ゲーミング 29 (2), 55-65, 2020
12020
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