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The Resource Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima : Evidence from Field Experiments

Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima : Evidence from Field Experiments

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Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima : Evidence from Field Experiments
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Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima
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Evidence from Field Experiments
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SpringerBriefs in Economics Ser
Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima : Evidence from Field Experiments
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Consumer Energy Conservation Behavior after Fukushima : Evidence from Field Experiments
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  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 2 Energy Conservation in Japan -- Abstract -- 2.1 Energy Conservation Policies in Japan -- 2.2 Energy Conservation in the Residential Sector -- 2.3 Security of the Electricity Supply After Fukushima -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Consumer Response to Critical Peak Pricing of Electricity and Conservation Requests -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Experimental Design and Data -- 3.2.1 CPP Experiments -- 3.2.2 CR Experiments -- 3.2.3 Sample Construction and Randomization Tests -- 3.2.4 Time-of-Day Electricity Consumption -- 3.3 Estimation Results -- 3.3.1 LA/AIDS Model -- 3.3.2 Conservation Effects on Residential Peak Usage of Electricity -- 3.4 Discussion -- 3.5 Conclusion -- Appendix: Estimation of the Elasticity of Total Electricity Demand with Respect to the Electricity Price Index -- References -- 4 Effects of In-home Displays on Residential Electricity Consumption -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Learning Through Attention in the Presence of Biased Beliefs About Consumption -- 4.3 Experimental Design and Data -- 4.3.1 IHD Experiments -- 4.3.2 Randomization Tests -- 4.3.3 Information Acquisition and Electricity Consumption -- 4.4 Estimation Results -- 4.4.1 Econometric Model of Time-of-Day Electricity Consumption -- 4.4.2 Effects of Consumption Salience in the Initial Experiment -- 4.4.3 Persistence of Consumption Salience and Learning Effects: Evidence from the Second Experiment -- 4.4.4 Heterogeneous Effects of Salience and Learning -- 4.5 Discussion -- 4.6 Conclusion -- Appendix: Additional Estimation Results -- References -- 5 Energy-Saving Effects of Home Energy Reports -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Experimental Design and Data -- 5.3 Estimation Results -- 5.3.1 Econometric Model of Half-Hourly Electricity Consumption -- 5.3.2 Conservation Effects of HERs
  • 5.3.3 Hourly Effects of HERs -- 5.3.4 Persistence in the Conservation Effects of HERs -- 5.4 Conclusion -- Appendix: Additional Estimation Results -- References -- 6 Regional Impacts of Energy Conservation Policies -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Methodology and Data -- 6.2.1 CPP and IHD Scenario -- 6.2.2 HER Scenario -- 6.3 Regional Impacts of CPP, IHDs, and HERs -- 6.4 Conclusion -- References
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