Valuing the benefits of cleaner air in Jakarta metropolitan area

Mia Amalia, Budy Resosudarmo, Jeff Bennett, Arianto Patunru

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    his book is a volume of essays celebrating the life and work of Yoshiro Higano, professor of Environmental Policy, Doctoral Program in Sustainable Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan. Prof. Higano’s research strongly focuses on the comprehensive evaluation of resources and research content for decision science and engineering, including simulation modeling for environmental quality control, the evaluation of environmental remediation technologies, integrated river (lake) basin management, and synthesized environmental policy. Yoshiro Higano is the past president of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI) and the current president of the Japan Section of the RSAI (JSRSAI). He also served as executive secretary for the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organizations (PRSCO). This edited volume covers a wide range of regional science approaches, theory, policy, evaluation, modeling, simulation, and practice. It is a valuable reference work for researchers, scholars, policy makers, and students in the field of regional science. The volume celebrates Prof. Higano’s contributions to the JSRSAI, PRSCO, and RSAI. Essay contributors include his former students and a wide array of regional scientists, each with a personal connection to Prof. Higano.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSocioeconomic Environmental Policies and Evaluations in Regional Science - Essays in Honor of Yoshiro Higano
    Editors Hiroyuki Shibusawa, Katsuhiro Sakurai, Takeshi Mizunoya, Susumu Uchida
    Place of PublicationSingapore
    PublisherSpringer Science+Business Media
    ISBN (Print)978-981-10-0097-3
    Publication statusPublished - 2017


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