Nori Tarui

UHERO Research Fellow and Professor of Economics


PhD Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota 2004

MA Economics, Keio University 1999

BA Economics, Keio University 1997

University of Wisconsin-Madison (exchange study) 1995-96

Webinar: “How to Control Hawaii’s Coronavirus Epidemic and Bring Back the Economy: The Next Steps” (in Japanese, by Nori Tarui)

In collaboration with Maji Connection and the Consulate-General of Japan in Honolulu, UHERO’s Nori Tarui presents “How to Control Hawaii’s Coronavirus Epidemic and Bring Back …

Revenue Decoupling for Electric Utilities: Impacts on Prices and Welfare

Under traditional (cost-of-service) electric utility regulation, regulated utilities may not recover their fixed costs when their sales are lower than expected. Revenue decoupling (RD) is …

Electric Utility Regulation Under Enhanced Renewable Energy Integration and Distributed Generation

The economic environment for electric utilities is changing in the United States given increased penetration of distributed generation and limited rooms for sales growth. This …