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The Asian Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) is a large-scale computer simulation model developed by the National Institute for Environmental Studies in collaboration with Professor Matsuoka, Kyoto University and several research institutes in the Asian-Pacific region. The AIM assesses policy options for stabilizing the global climate, particularly in the Asian-Pacific region, with the objectives of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and avoiding the impacts of climate change.

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  • Dong H., Dai H., Dong L., Fujita T., Geng Y., Klimont Z., Inoue T., Bunya S., Fujii M., Masui T.: Applied Energy, 144, 165-174
    "Pursuing air pollutant co-benefits of CO2 mitigation in China: A provincial leveled analysis."
  • Ren S., Dai H., Wang P., Zhao D., Masui T.: Progressus Inquisitiones De Mutatione Climatis, 11 (1), 61-67
    "Economic Impacts of Carbon Emission Trading: Case Study on Guangdong Province."
  • Oshiro K., Masui T.: Energy Policy, 81, 215-225
    "Diffusion of low emission vehicles and their impact on CO2 emission reduction in Japan."
  • Fujimori S., Masui T., Matsuoka Y.: Energy Economics, 48, 306-315
    "Gains from emission trading under multiple stabilization targets and technological constraints."