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Naoko Tojo

Naoko Tojo

Senior lecturer

Naoko Tojo

A Survey on Japanese Stakeholders' Perception of the Concept of Extended Producer Responsibilit


  • Tomohiro Tasaki
  • Naoko Tojo
  • Thomas Lindhqvist

Summary, in English

The concept of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) has been underpining recycling/waste/product policy of a number of countries over the past two decades. However, it is considered that the understanding of the concept varies. This presents the findings from a survey conducted in Japan in 2013 to find out the actual perceptions of various stakeholders in Japan. It is part of a global survey conducted in the same year.


  • The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics

Publishing year




Document type

Conference paper


  • Social Sciences Interdisciplinary


  • Extended Producer Responsibility
  • EPR
  • survey
  • perception
  • Japan

Conference name

18th Annual Meeting of Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies

Conference date

2013-09-21 - 2013-09-22

Conference place

Kobe University, Japan