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Fuminori Toyasaki Fuminori Toyasaki



As of Fall 2007, Dr. Fuminori Toyasaki will be an Assistant Professor of Management Science in the School of Administrative Studies at York University in Toronto, Canada. From 2005 to 2007 he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He successfully defended his doctoral dissertation in Business Administration specializing in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in August 2005.

He received a BS and an MS in Economics from Osaka University in Japan. From 1996 to 2001, he studied economic development and applied microeconomics from the perspective of spatial and temporal price and allocation models and computable general equilibrium models under Professor Hideo Hashimoto. He has been a member of the Japan Scholarship Foundation since 1998. 

His research interests include: reverse logistics, green logistics, environmental finance, supply chain management, environmental and resource economics, applied microeconomics, and microeconomic theory.

He was elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma in 2005.

Selected Publications:

Reverse Supply Chain  Management and Electronic Waste  Recycling: A Multitiered Network  Equilibrium Framework for E-Cycling Anna Nagurney and Fuminori Toyasaki  (Appears in  Transportation Research E: Transportation and Logistics 41: (2005) pp 1-28.) 

Supply Chain Supernetworks and Environmental Criteria
Anna Nagurney and Fuminori Toyasaki
(Appears in Transportation Research D: Transportation and the Environment 8: (2003) pp 185 - 213.)

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The Japanese Economic Association

International Center for Environmental Finance


Last Update:  August 3, 2007