Raja Rajendra Timilsina (Ph.D)

Research fellow

School of economics and management

Kochi University of Technology

2-22 Eikokuji-cho, Kochi-shi, Kochi, JAPAN 780-0844

Tel : +81-(0)8040842275,

E-mail: raja@kochi-tech.ac.jp or timilsinaraja@gmail.com

Research Interests

Experimental economics, Environmental economics, Development economics, and Sustainability science

Publications: Articles in peer-reviewed journals and books

  1. Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., and Kamijo, Y. (2017). Sustainability of common pool resources. Plos one, 12:e0170981

  2. Timilsina, R R., and Kotani, K. (2017). Evaluating the potential of marketable permits in a framed field experiment: Forest conservation in Nepal. Journal of forest economics, 29:25–37

  3. Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., and Kamijo, Y. (2019). Generativity and social value orientation between rural and urban societies in a developing country. Futures, 105:124-132

  4. . Timilsina, R R., Shahrier, S., and Kotani, K. (2020b). Capitalism and sustainability dilemmas. In Saijo, T., editor, Future Design. Economics, Law, and Institutions in Asia Pacific, 151–167. Springer

  5. Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., and Nakagawa, Y. (2020). Exploring the possibility of linking and incorporating future design in backcasting and scenario planning. Sustainability, 12:9907

  6. Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., Nakagawa, Y., and Saijo, T. (2021). Concerns for future generations in societies: A deliberative analysis of the intergenerational sustainability dilemma. Journal of behavioral and experimental economics, 90:101628

  7. Pandit, A., Nakagawa, Y., Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., and Saijo, T. (2021). Taking the viewpoints of future generations as an effective method for achieving sustainable waste management. Sustainable production and consumption, 27: 1526-1536


Papers or articles submitted in peer-reviewed journals and books

  1. Timilsina, R R., Kotani, K., Nakagawa, Y., and Saijo, T. (2021). Intragenerational deliberation and intergenerational sustainability dilemma. European journal of political economy (Revision request)

  2. Timilsina R R., Kotani, K., Nakagawa, Y., and Saijo, T. (2020), Accountability as a resolution for intergenerational sustainability dilemma. Land economics (Revision request)

  3. Koirala, P., Timilsina, R R., and Kotani, K. (2020). Deliberative forms of democracy and intergenerational sustainability dilemma. Sustainability (Revision request)