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Yukihiro TORIKAI (surname TORIKAI 鳥飼, given name Yukihiro 行博), is a Japanese economist of Department of Human Development, School of Humanities & Culture, Tokai University (東海大学), which Shyonan campus is located in Hiratuka, Kanagawa (approximately 50 kilometres west of the center of Tokyo), and is the largest one of ten campus. Our university has nineteen facluties with almost therty thousand students.
My major is environmental economics for sustainable development from the view point of communitees and developing economies.

Background  経歴

1959 born in Ibarakiken, Japan

1983 B.A. Economics, Economics Department at Chuo University (中央大学), Tokyo, Japan

1986 M.A. Economics, Economics Department at University of Tokyo (東京大学), Japan

1988 .Ph.D. Economics, at University of Tokyo, Japan ,

Doctoral Dissertation:"Economic Behavior under Uncertainty: Case Studies of Philippine Rice Farmers"
Kind of academic degree:Doctor of Economics ,
Field of academic degree:Economics,
Year and Date of conferral of degrees:1988/03/29

1989-1990 Special Researcher of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science at University of Tokyo, Japan

1990-1996 Lecturer, School of Humanities & Culture, Tokai University

1998-1999 Visitor Researcher of Department of Agricultural Business Administration, Faculty of Agricultural Technology, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang:KMITL, Bangkok, Thailand

2010 Professor, School of Humanities and Culture, Tokai University





Specialty Field



Development economics and environmental economics, International cooperation, study on grass roots aids, study on the production system of private management firms, sustainable development.

My past research themes include textile production system in villages of Thailand and local technologies for production in China, influence of climate change from the view point of the energy economics and its practice in Kyoto Protocol of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

I am currently working on the possible combination of social development and Thai weaving techniques from the conceptual and practical viewpoints.




Research Contents



Modern society is globalized, and in such globalized world, materials, money and man move across the national boundaries, contributing to economic development. However, what moves in such a way is not limited to "what is good," and harmful wastes such as mercury and lead move across the national boundaries as narcotic drugs and weapons do.

In other words, development and environment, and furthermore peace and human rights are intricately intertwined. My research theme is to analyze a flow of materials, money and man in this globalized world, and make economic analysis of "new sustainable development" in due consideration of development, environment, peace and human rights.

For this purpose, it is necessary not only to use statistics and data of each country, but also to make a field study by staying in developing nations. I have so far visited and investigated villages, fishing villages, small factories, slums, and garbage collection sites of Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Nepal, China, Mexico and Peru. It can be said that this kind of research requires not only knowledge, but also physical strength.

Tokai University



The program in Human Welfare Economics looks at economics from the point of view of sustainable development, and maintain the world environment for the future. It also considers people living in the developing countries and the commons what they use. The department of Human Development promotes students to analyze the issues and resolve these problems.

This studies on international linkages aims at the development for all or international citizens everywhere by using economics of development and environmal protection.

Foreign students are also welcome, so that students can develop personal relationships with Jananese in my class. My program is useful for Japanese and non-Japanese students in the Courses of Human Development. I also treat central elements of the peace and war.

Accordingly, my program, regarded of the best of the school for the people who are interested in sustainable development or aim at the emprical studies of development economics, is required some efforts and skills for communication. However I organize seminars, opportunities for practical experience, discussions in small class sizes for less than twelve students. An intensive graduation thesis is obligation.

War and Peace



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The War between China and Japan was the beginning of the greate tragedy to Asian people as well as the people in the rest of the world. The Pacific War (WW2) was another total war and involved the Southeast Asia and other regions with many victims. Even in the Cold War, the South and North gap meant a continuation of large-scale conflict among properties for goods and services. The end of the Cold War in 1989, failed to usher in an era of peace and to decrease world poverty. A new world order based on globalization, development, and business, seems to remain well off in the distant future.

How can we build a peaceful twenty-first century? Environmental issues which especially threaten poor people have to be solved at the level of sustainable development. The program in resources and environmental economics aims to scientifically investigate the causes of environmental problems and attempt to sustain the future world.

Main Publications


Environmental Economics of Rural Communities , 2007, Taga-shuppan (ISBN 9784811571317)

Social Development and Environmental Protection, 2002, University of Tokai Press (ISBN 4486015851 )

Environmental Problems and International Co-operation, 2001, Seizan-sha (ISBN 4883590585 )

Economics for Development and Environmental Protection, 1998, University of Tokai Press (ISBN 4486014197 )


 BIO in Chinese


鸟饲 行博(男,1959年−),在日本国茨城县出生的经济学者。1988年,在东京大学研究生院完成了博士课程。经济学博士。东海大学教养学部人间环境学科社会环境课程助教授。現在,教授。中央大学经济学部兼任讲师。以可持续发展为目标「发展经济学和环境经济学」,研究教育草根民活论。





停留在发展中国家的地方自治团体,实地考察了关于劳动,所得,收获,木材的采取。这个结果,现场居民利用的共同所有地和共同所有资源,是地域地方自治团体的成员限定能利用的「公众地方」,掠夺的利用被抑制的事,表示了为此康门斯的悲剧和道?风险不成立的事。 在森林产生的木柴,河川,道路和公有地的牧草,沿岸的水产资源,以生物质做为核心,以多种形式广泛的存在。因此,为了形成可持续发展社会,不只是在自由贸易,对外直接投资,对发展中国家的政府开发援助,NGO的方面,在地域地方自治团体的活动下的公众管理的可持续发展和注目正确管理,继续发展社会开发,环境的保全,这些都是值得思考的。这是作为开发和保护环境的旗手赋予现场居民地位的,「草根民活论」。


BIO 経歴


BIO 露西亜語


Юкихиро Торикаи (яп. 鳥飼 行博 Torikai Yukihiro, родился в Мито, Япония, 1959) - японский экономист, профессор экономики Токайского университета. 

Юкихиро в 1959 году родился в японской префектуре Ибараки. В 1983 году закончил бакалавром экономики экономический факультет университета Чуо в Токио, в 1986 году закончил магистром экономики экономический факультет Токийского университета, и там же получил в 1988 году закончил докторскую степень, обучаясь в Высшей школе экономики Токийского университета.

Преподавательскую деятельность начал в качестве специального научного сотрудника в Японском обществе содействия развитию науки в Токийском университете (1989-1990), после продолжил преподавать в Школе гуманитарных наук и культуры Токайского университета (1990-1996). Затем с 1996 года как доцент, а с 2010 года по настоящее время - профессор института гуманитарных наук и культуры Токайского университета. Параллельно читал лекции в качестве приглашенного научного сотрудника отдела аграрного делового администрирования факультета технологии сельского хозяйства Технологического института Ладкрабанг имени короля Монгкута (Бангкок, Тайланд) в период 1998-1999 гг.

Основные идеи
неэффективное управление отходами (недостаточное финансирование) в условиях растущего потребления приводит к снижению качества жизни (при росте дохода на душу населения) из-за проблем с санитарией и удовлетворительного размещения мусора.
когда большинство жителей вовлечены в переработку, в создании замкнутого цикла потребления, утилизации отходов, то возникает увеличение себестоимости продукции, отсюда снижение спроса на продукцию, и как выход - начинается экспорт мусора с территорий развитых стран в период.

・Economics for Development and Environmental Protection. University of Tokai Press, 1998, ISBN 4-486-01419-7
・Environmental Problems and International Co-operation. Seizan-sha, 2001, ISBN 4-88359-058-5
・Social Development and Environmental Protection. University of Tokai Press, 2002, ISBN 4-486-01585-1
・Environmental Economics of Rural Communities. Taga-shuppan, 2007, ISBN 978-4-8115-7131-7
・Evaluation of the Japanese Development Assistance toward the Philippines. Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1998 pp. 1-48.
・Economic Development and Nation Building in Peru: Problems after Restructuring in the 1990s. Journal of Behavior and Social Sciences 1998 (1): 57-72. ISSN 1344-2767.
・The Structure of Capital Flow and The Post-Cold War: Japan’s Role as a Capital Supplier. Journal of the School of Humanities and Culture, 1994 24: 203-232.


1.Резюме Юкихиро Торикаи Сайт Токайского университета.
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鳥飼 行博 TORIKAI Yukihiro
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