* Month/Year Journal * Article Title & Authors
6/2019

Nature Sustainability

Volume 2,
Pages 508-514

Multinational life satisfaction, perceived inequality and energy affordability
Chapman, A. Fujii, H. Managi, S.
4/2019

Social Sciences

Volume 8(5),
Article 135

Investigating Ties between Energy Policy and Social Equity Research: A Citation Network Analysis
Chapman, A. Fraser, T. Dennis, M.
3/2019

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

Volume 44(13),
Pages 6371-6382

 A Review of Four Case Studies Assessing the Potential for Hydrogen Penetration of the Future Energy System
Chapman, A. Itaoka, K. Hirose, K. Davidson, F. Nagasawa, K. Lloyd, A. Webber, M. Kurban, Z. Managi, S. Tamaki, T. Lewis, M. Hebner, R. Fujii, Y.
3/2019

Sustainability Science

Volume 14(2),
Pages 355-374

 Japan’s Mega Solar Boom: Quantifying Social Equity Expectations and Realities at the Local Scale
Chapman, A. Fraser, T.
11/2018

Journal of Cleaner Production.

Volume 200,
Pages 39-47.
Developing national frameworks for inclusive sustainable development incorporating lifestyle factor importance
Chapman, A. Shigetomi, Y.
10/2018

Applied Energy

Volume 228,
Pages 1561-1568.

 An analysis of urban environmental Kuznets curve of CO2 emissions: Empirical analysis of 276 global metropolitan areas
Fujii, H. Iwata, K. Chapman, A. Kagawa, S. Managi, S.
10/2018

Science of the Total Environment

Volume 639,
Pages 385-396.

 Visualizing the shape of society: An analysis of public bads and burden allocation due to household consumption using an input-output approach
Chapman, A. Shigetomi, Y.
3/2018

Applied Energy

Volume 219,
Pages 187-198.

Prioritizing mitigation efforts considering co-benefits, equity and energy justice: Fossil fuel to renewable energy transition pathways
Chapman, A. McLellan, B. Tezuka. T.
 3/2018

Energy Research &
Social Science

Volume 37,
Pages 102-110.
Curiosity, economic and environmental reasoning: Public perceptions of liberalization and renewable energy transition in Japan
Chapman, A. Itaoka, K.
2/2018

Energy for Sustainable Development

Volume 42,
Pages 136-151

Social equity impacts in Japan’s mega-solar siting process
Fraser, T. Chapman, A.
1/2018

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Volume 81(2),
Pages 2019-2027.
Energy transition to a future low-carbon energy society in Japan’s liberalizing electricity market: Precedents, policies and factors of successful transition
Chapman, A. Itaoka, K.
1/2018
Sustainability
10(1), 244.
Key Drivers for Cooperation toward Sustainable Development and the Management of CO2 Emissions: Comparative Analysis of Six Northeast Asian Countries
Chapman, A. Fujii, H. Managi, S.
 1/2018

Journal of Cleaner Production.

Volume 172,
Pages 1014-1024.
Strategic and user-driven transition scenarios: Toward a low carbon society, encompassing the issues of sustainability and societal equity in Japan
Chapman, A. Pambudi, N.
11/2017

International Journal of Energy Research

Volume 41(14),
Pages 2374-2391.
Hydrogen import pathway comparison framework incorporating cost and social preference: Case studies from Australia to Japan
Chapman, A. Fraser, T, Itaoka, K.
10/2017
Social Sciences

Volume 6,
Article 4.
Feed-in Tariff Pricing and Social Burden in Japan: Evaluating International Learning through a Policy Transfer Approach
Tanaka, Y. Chapman, A. Sakurai, S. Tezuka, T.
11/2016

Energy Research &
Social Science.

Volume 21,
Pages 54-69.
Proposing an evaluation framework for energy policy making incorporating equity: Applications in Australia.
Chapman, A. McLellan, B. Tezuka, T.
8/2016

Journal of Cleaner Production.

Volume 128,
Pages 77-96.
Geography, urbanization and lock-in – considerations for sustainable transitions to decentralized energy systems
McLellan, B. Chapman, A. Aoki, K.
7/2016


Administrative Sciences.

Volume 6,
Article 3.
Strengthening the Energy Policy Making Process and Sustainability Outcomes in the OECD through Policy Design
Chapman, A. McLellan, B. Tezuka, T.
2/2016

Renewable Energy.

Volume 86,
Page 1265-1279.
Residential solar PV policy: An analysis of impacts, successes and failures in the Australian case.
Chapman, A. McLellan, B. Tezuka, T.