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Research Director Hisashi YOSHIKAWA

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Hisashi YOSHIKAWA

  • Project Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) and Policy Alternatives Research Institute (PARI), the Unoversity of Tokyo

  • Advisor, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation
  • [Research Themes]

    Expertise

    • Natural resources, energy, environment and the policy

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    Profile

    Education

    • 1987 MPA, John F.Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
    • 1981 BA in Law, the University of Tokyo

    Career

    • 2016-present Research Director, The Canon Institute for Global Studies
    • 2016-present Advisor, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation
    • 2011-present Project Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) and Policy Alternatives Research Institute (PARI), The University of Tokyo
    • 2010- Senior Advisor for Lont-term Policy, International Energy Agency (IEA)
    • 2008- Deputy Director, Directorate for Science Technology and Industry, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
    • 2006- Head, Country Studies Division, IEA
    • 2004- Director, Services Policy Division, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
    • 2002- Counsellor, the Permanent Mission of Japan to the International Organizations in Geneva
    • 2001- Director, Petroleum Retail and Distribution Division, METI
    • 1998- Director, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI) New York
    • 1981 Joined the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)

    Papers

    • Sugiyama, M., Sakata, I., Shiroyama, H., Yoshikawa, H. and Taniguchi, T., 2016. Research management: Five years on from Fukushima. Nature, 531(7592), pp. 29-31.
    • Shiroyama, H., Yoshikawa, H., Sato, C. and Orsi, R., 2015. The Future of Energy Policy in East Asia. Handbook of Clean Energy Systems. Wiley CO.
    • UTokyo Policy Alternatives Research Institute (PARI) The University of Tokyo, (2015) "Improving Electricity Access in Myanmar: A Bottom-up Perspective"