Shinichiro Nakamura 早稻田大学政治经济学院教授

Dr. Shinichiro Nakamura is currently Professor of Industrial Ecology at Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. His most important contribution to IE is the development of Waste Input-Output (WIO) (Nakamura, 1999, Nakamura and Kondo, 2002) that provides a general accounting scheme and analytical modeling of the EoL phase within the hybrid framework, which made Input-Output analysis fully applicable to the whole life cycle of products.

 His previous academic positions include Visiting Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich, Germany, 2012, Guest Professor, Ecotopia Science Institute, Nagoya University, Japan, 2006-2012, Visiting Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Toronto, Canada, 1988-1990, Research associate, Department of Economics, University of Bonn, Germany, 1979-1985. He received his PhD in economics from University of Bonn, Germany,1983, with summa cum laude. His current and previous professional activities include Editorial Board Member, Resources Conservation and Recycling, 2018-, Associate editor, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2013-2017, Board member: Japan Institute of LCA 2004-2014, Co-chair: ISIE 2009, Lisbon, Session Chair; Gordon Research Conference on Industrial Ecology, 2008, Chairman, Commission on the technological strategy map in the 3R Field, METI, Government of Japan, 2005-2012, Chairman, Commission on the development of environmentally extended IO data base and the analytical model, Ministry of Environment, Government of Japan, 2010-2017, and External Ph. D. Examiner at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland; Aalto University, Aalto, Finland; Chuo University (Engineering), Tokyo, Japan, Tohoku University (Engineering), Sendai, Japan.  His awards include Asada Medal, The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan, 2012, Contribution Award, Japan Institute of Life Cycle Assessment, 2012, Honda Memorial Award for the Development of Recycling Technology, Clean Japan Center, Tokyo, 2006, Best Article Award, Japan Association of Waste Management Experts, 2001, and GEFFRUB Award for the best doctoral dissertation, University of Bonn, Germany 1983.