Yagi and Managi (2018, BSE)

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Yagi, M. and Managi, S., “Decomposition Analysis of Corporate Carbon Dioxide and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Japan: Integrating Corporate Environmental and Financial Performances,” Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol.27 (8), pp.1476-1492, 2018. doi: 10.1002/bse.2206

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「日本における企業の二酸化炭素と温室効果ガス排出量の分解分析:企業の環境・財務パフォーマンスの統合」

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近年の実証的研究は、二酸化炭素(CO2)と温室効果ガス(GHG)排出量の観点から企業の環境パフォーマンス(CEP)と企業の財務パフォーマンス(CFP)との間の正の関係を裏付けることが多い。ただし、この関係はCEP(絶対および相対CEP)およびCFP(会計ベースおよび市場ベースのCFP)の測定に依存する。この関係を構造的に理解するために、文献に基づいて、本研究はCO2とGHG排出量と経済的要因を統合する恒等式モデルを提案する。このモデルは、CO2(GHG)排出量を、炭素原単位(GHG原単位)、エネルギー原単位、売上原価率、総資産回転率(TATR)、レバレッジ、および株主資本に分解する。サプライチェーンGHG排出量のモデルは、さらにサプライチェーンGHG強度を採用する。分解法として、本研究では対数平均ディビジア指数(LMDI)を使用する。CO2モデルの適用例として、2011年度から2015年度までの16セクターの日本の製造業企業を対象とする。推計結果として、2015年時点のCO2排出量の変化(-802.1キロトン[kt])は次のように分解される(炭素原単位:2922.5 kt、エネルギー原単位:-26036.3 kt、売上原価率:-6350.5 kt、TATR:-8495.6 kt、レバレッジ:-7912.3 kt、株主資本:45070.1 kt)。相対寄与率の平均値は、炭素原単位が20.6%でエネルギー原単位が19.1%であり、残りの約60%が経済的要因である。 2015年の時点で、16のセクターのうち、総CO2排出量の変化は、株主資本に対して統計的に有意に正の関係があり、TATRおよびレバレッジに対して有意に負の関係がある一方で、炭素強度とエネルギー強度、および売上原価比率は有意な関係が見られなかった。

Recent empirical studies often support the positive relationship between corporate environmental performance (CEP) in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and corporate financial performance (CFP). However, this depends on the measurements of CEP (the absolute and relative CEP) and CFP (accounting-based and market-based CFP). To understand the relationship structurally, based on the literature, this study proposes identity models that integrate CO2 and GHG emissions and financial factors. The models decompose CO2 (GHG) emissions into carbon intensity (GHG intensity), energy intensity, the cost-to-sales ratio, the total-assets-turnover ratio (TATR), leverage, and equity. The model of supply-chain GHG emissions additionally adopts supply-chain GHG intensity. As a decomposition method, this study uses the log-mean Divisia index (LMDI). As an application example of the carbon dioxide model, this study targets Japanese manufacturing firms in 16 sectors from fiscal years (FY) 2011 to 2015. Results show that the change in CO2 emissions as of 2015 (−802.1 kilotonnes [kt]) is decomposed into 2922.5 kt for carbon intensity, −26036.3 kt for energy intensity, −6350.5 kt for the cost-to-sales ratio, −8495.6 kt for the TATR, −7912.3 kt for leverage, and 45070.1 kt for equity. Average values of relative contribution ratios are 20.6% for carbon intensity, 19.1% for energy intensity, and the remaining approximately 60% for financial factors. Among the 16 sectors, as of 2015, the change in total CO2 emission is statistically significantly positive for equity and significantly negative for the TATR and leverage, and it is not significantly correlated to the carbon intensity, the energy intensity, and the cost-to-sales ratio.

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