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Published Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

2019

 

Brilé Anderson, Thomas Bernauer and Aya Kachi. “Does international pooling of authority affect the perceived legitimacy of global governance?" Review of International Organizations (First online in 2018; In print in December 2019) [Article]

 

2018

 

Yann Blumer, Lukas Braunreiter, Aya Kachi, Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Fintan Oeri. “A two-level analysis of public support: Exploring the role of beliefs in opinions about the Swiss energy strategy." Energy Research & Social Science 43:109-118. [Article]

 

2015

 

Aya Kachi, Thomas Bernauer and Robert Gampfer. “Climate policy in hard times: Are the pessimists right?" Ecological Economics 114:227-241. [Article]

 

2014

 

Robert Gampfer, Thomas Bernauer and Aya Kachi. “Obtaining public support for North-South climate funding: evidence from conjoint experiments in donor countries." Global Environmental Change 29:118-126. [Article]

 

Thomas Bernauer, Robert Gampfer and Aya Kachi. “European unilateralism and in-voluntary burden sharing in global climate politics: A public opinion perspective from the other side." European Union Politics 15(1):132-151. [Article]

 

2012

Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Jude C. Hays and Aya Kachi. “Modeling History Dependence in Network-Behavior Coevolution." Political Analysis 20:175-190.  [Article]

 

2010

 

Hays, Jude C., Aya Kachi and Robert J. Franzese, Jr. “A Spatial Model Incorporating Dynamic, Endogenous Network Interdependence: A Political Science Application." Statistical Methodology7(3):406-428. [Article]

Peer-Reviewed Book

2020

 

Peter Hettich and Aya Kachi (as Editors). Swiss Energy Governance: Political, Economic and Legal Challenges and Opportunities in the Energy Transition Springer Nature. (Contract written with Springer for publication in 2020)

Published Book Chapters, Contributions to Edited Volumes

2015

 

Jude C. Hays and Aya Kachi. “Interdependent duration models in political science "in Quantitative Research in Political Science, Vol.5 Edited by Robert J. Franzese. Sage Publications Ltd. [Link here]

 

2005

 

Shujiro Urata, Kozo Kiyota, Mitsuyo Ando and Aya Kachi. Report on a Survey on Impediments to Trade and FDI between East Asian and Latin American Countries. Japan Institute of International Affairs, Commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo, Japan.

 

2002

 

Aya Kachi. “Ch.9: Economics of Food Safety" (in Japanese). in Food and Agricultural Affairs in Japan: Political Economics of Producers and Consumers Edited by Motoshige Itoh. Tokyo, Japan: NTT Shuppan.

 

2001

 

Hiroyuki Sugiura, Motoshige Itoh, Yukiko Itoh and Aya Kachi. Report on the Issues Related to Asian Regional Economic Cooperation (in Japanese). The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo, Japan.

Working Papers

Julian Wucherpfennig, Aya Kachi, Nils-Christian Bormann and Philipp Hunziker. “A Fast Estimator for Binary Choice Models with Spatial, Temporal, and/or Outcome Interdependence." (Conditionally accepted at Political Analysis) [Working paper]

 

Aya Kachi and Rebecca Lordan-Perret. “How Political Predispositions Influence Factual and Perceived Knowledge about Energy Technologies: Empirical Analyses of Deep Geothermal Energy and Hydropower in Switzerland." (R&R).

Peter Hettich and Aya Kachi (editors). Swiss Energy Governance: Political, Economic and Legal Challenges and Opportunities in the Energy Transition (Under review at Springer Nature).

 

Roman Stutzer, Adrian Rinscheid, Thiago D. Oliveira, Pedro Mendes Loureiro, Aya Kachi, Mert Duygan. “Public Climate Change Counter-Action in Australia Despite Pro-Climate Collective Sentiment on Twitter." (Submitted)

 

Mert Duygan, Aya Kachi and Adrian Rinscheid. “A conceptual framework for elucidating how agency shapes discontinuation policies." Under review at Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. (Submitted) [Working paper]

Pascal Gantenbein, Aya Kachi, Mine Melzig and Silvan Keller. “The Rent Premium of Residential Minergie Buildings in Switzerland."

 

Philipp Hunziker, Julian Wucherpfennig, Aya Kachi, Nils-Christian Bormann. “A Scalable MCEM Estimator for Spatio-Temporal Autoregressive Models". [Working paper]

 

Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Aya Kachi. “What Motivates Us to Seek Information About Energy Policies?: Swiss Citizens’ Information Seeking Behavior on Deep Geothermal Energy."

 

Aya Kachi, Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Rahel Grossenbacher. “Acceptability of Deep Geothermal Energy by the Public in Switzerland: The Role of Knowledge, Trust, and Value Orientations"

 

Rahel Fritz and Aya Kachi. “Framing international trade: A Survey Experiment Eliciting Individual Trade Attitude and Information Updating"

 

Aya Kachi, Adrian Rinscheid and Rolf Wüstenhagen. “Making and breaking of energy transitions: Perspectives on stakeholder involvement and propositions for future research."