Global supply chains link the welfare of disaster-hit companies and their surrounding communities to a network of corporations that have an economic incentive to help them bounce back.
Yasuyuki Todo has been a Professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University since 2014, after serving as a Department Head at the Department of International Studies, the University of Tokyo. He is also a Faculty Fellow at Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry. He received a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University in 2000. His research fields are international economics, development economics, and applied micro-econometrics. He focuses on the role of social and economic network in economic growth and resilience, using firm- and household-level data from various countries. He has published more than 50 academic papers in refereed journals including the Journal of Industrial Economics, the Journal of Regional Science, Ecological Economics, Research Policy, and World Development. He has also served a number of policy-advising committees in the national and local governments, including the Frontier Subcommittee of the National Policy Meeting of the Cabinet Office, the Committee for Japan’s Future under the Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy of the Cabinet Office, and the Industrial Structure Council of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Trade, and T20 Japan 2019 under G20.
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