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Fumio Kurosaki

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Department of International Tourism Management
Course of International Tourism Studies
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •   2004  - 2008 , The University of Leeds, Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)
  •   1992  - 1993 , University College of London, The Bartlett School of Architecture
  •   1984  - 1988 , Kyoto University, Engineering

Association Memberships

  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • The Japan Society of Transportation Economics

Committee Memberships

  •   2013 10  - 現在, The Japan Society of Transportation Economics, A Member of the Board

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2019 04  - 現在, Toyo University, Faculty of International Tourism Management, Professor
  •   2012  - 2019 03 , Institute of Transportation Economics
  •   2003  - 2006 , International Union of Railways World Division

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention), Civil engineering (planning and transportation), Transportation Planning
  • Humanities & social sciences, Commerce, Transport Economics
  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention), Architectural history and design, Religion and Architecture

Research Interests

    Transport Economics, Railway Management

Published Papers

Misc

  • Learning Lessons from Tokyo's Urban Railways, Railway Gazette International,   2017 12
  • Past and Future of Intercity and Commuter Rail Passenger Service in the U.S. (Thompson, L.著), 74, (7) 44 - 48,   2014 07
  • Through-Train Services: A Comparison between Japan and Europe, Japan Railway & Transport Review, 63,   2014 03
  • Japanese Railways and Their Outlook: An Environmental Perspective, Japan Railway & Transport Review, 51,   2009 02
  • European rail policy: achieving fair competition between modes of transport (Nash, C.著), 69, (1) 57 - 59,   2009 01
  • Railway policy: comparing Europe with Japan (Nash, C著.), 67, (12) 39 - 41,   2007 12
  • Results and perspective of the Japan National Railway reform from a European point of view (Nash, C.著), 67, (4) 77 - 79,   2007 04

Books etc

  • The Economics of Transport
    共訳Chap.1 (pp.1-9) ,Chap.7(pp.120-141)  2020 01
  • Reform of the Railway Sector and its Achievements
    監修Role of the Guest Editor, Chapter of JapanEuropean University Institute  2016 12
  • The Economics of Investment in High-Speed Rail
    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, International Transport Forum
    共著Chapter 4. Shinkansen investment before and after JNR reformOECD : ITF  2014

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Sustainable Urban Development and Role of Private Sectors: a Case of Japan, Intergovernmental 11th Regional Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum in Asia,   2018 10 04 , Invited
  • Contribution of Railways for the Sustainable Urban Development in Japan, Intergovernmental 11th Regional Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum in Asia,   2018 10 04 , Invited
  • A Study of IC Card Systems within Japanese Urban Railway Lines -Considering the Integration of Transportation Services-, 7th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures,   2018 06 21 , Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute
  • Integrated Land Development and Railway Operation -Experiences in theJapanese passenger railway sector-, ADBI Seminar: Research and Capacity Development for Plannning, Implementing, and Operating High Speed Railway (HSR) in Asia,   2018 02 15 , Invited, ADBI
  • For Railway Corridor Development in ASEAN Countries: A study to manage smooth cross-border operation & private financing, ADBI Seminar: Financing Infrastructure Connectivity for Economic Corridor Development,   2017 08 30 , Invited
  • Development and Integration of Transport System in Tokyo, ADB Philippine Transport Forum,   2017 07 03 , Invited
  • Japanese Railway Policy and the Roles of Railway Operators, ADB Technical Training on Urban Railway Policy,   2017 06 19 , Asian Development Bank
  • Urban Railway System Development in Japan -Contribution of the Private Sector-, UNCRD Regional EST Training Course on "Railways as the Low Carbon and Sustainable Transport Development Solutions in Achieving Safe, Inclusive, Efficient and Resilient Communities under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development",   2017 02 27 , Invited, UNCRD
  • Application of GIS and GPS to Railway Operations - Case in Japan and Further Possibilities-, 11th Florence Rail Forum,   2015 11 27 , Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute
  • Recent Railway Policy in Japan - from the view point of Vertical Separation, Kobe Univ. Railway Policy Workshop,   2015 02 27 , Invited
  • Shinkansen Investment before and after JNR Reform, OECD/ITF Round Table on the Economics of Investment in High Speed Rail,   2013 12 , Invited, OECD/ITF
  • Deregulation of Local Bus Services in Japan, Kurosaki, F., Oyauchi, H., 13th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 13),   2013 09 17 , Workshop 4 (Proceeding Vol.4, pp.105-119)
  • (1) Reforming Japanese Railway System and its Effects (2) Public Private Partnership in Japan, Asian Development Bank - KOTI Railway Training Program,   2013 03 20 , Invited
  • Transportation Research and Information in Japan,   2012 09 13 , Invited, Transportation Research Board (TRB)
  • Restructuring the Japanese National Railways, World Bank Seminar,   2006 07 03 , Invited

Awards & Honors

  •   2012 , Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Continuing International Contribution Award
  •   2010 10 , The Japan Society of Transportation Economics, Award of Japan Society of Transportation Economics

Others

  • JSCE Executive Professional Civil Engineer (Transportation)
  • Professional Engineer (Construction)

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • Community Living 1, Toyo University
  • International Transport, Toyo University
  • Railway management, Toyo University
  • Transport Industry, Toyo University
  • International Transport, Meiji University