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Fuminori Toyasaki

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School of Administrative Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 269
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20268
Email: toyasaki@yorku.ca
Attached CV: http://profiles.laps.yorku.ca/files/TOYASAKI-Fuminori_CV_wo_referee-3.pdf

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Dr. Toyasaki has been conducting research in the area of sustainable supply chain designs involving environmental and disaster/emergency issues. Specifically, his research interests are closed-loop supply chains and humanitarian logistics.

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He has been conducting research in the area of supply chain designs involving disaster and environmental issues. His research interests include: disaster and emergency logistics, humanitarian logistics, fund-raising operations for aid agencies, reverse logistics, and closed-loop supply chains. His works have been published in leading academic journals and recorded high citation counts.

Degrees

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Operations Management), McGill University, Canada
PhD (Management Science), University of Massachusetts Amherst, the United States of America
Master of Science (Economics), Osaka University, Japan
Bachelor of Science (Economics), Osaka University, Japan

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Board member (secretary), College of Sustainable Operations, Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), 2012-present Board member (online editor), College of Sustainable Operations, Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), 2008-2011

Community Contributions

He received: Recognition for Excellence in Teaching 2015-2016 from School of Administrative Studies (SAS); Recognition for Excellence in Research 2015-2016 from SAS; and Nominee for LA&PS Award for Distinction in Research, Creativity or Scholarship.

Research Interests

, Humanitarian Logistics, Supply Chain Risk Management, Game Theory, Optimization, Non-linear Programming, Closed-loop supply Chains, Management Science

Current Research Projects

An analysis of fund-raising in disaster and emergency context

    Summary:

    Current funding systems for disaster relief are considered to be one of the causes of inefficiencies in humanitarian operations. Aid agencies are currently facing multiple changes and challenges in their environment. I propose to engage aid agencies in a survey that will provide insights into the current state of their prevalent fundraising modes.

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    Start Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2012

    Collaborator: Wakolbinger Tina
    Collaborator Institution: Vienna University of Economics and Business
An Analysis of Impacts of Downstream Infrastructure on Environmentally Friendly Product Designs

    Summary:

    This project has two long-term objectives: 1. To develop models that address the impacts of downstream infrastructures in recycled end-of-life product operations on a number of important variables, including manufacturers’ investment in product design changes, manufacturers’ and recyclers’ profits, prices that end-users face, and social welfare. 2. To develop models that address the interaction between downstream infrastructures and different product generations associated with product design changes. The development of environmentally friendly product designs is widely recognized as an important characteristic of an environmentally sustainable economy. In achieving this goal, effective incorporation of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is expected to lead to product design improvement and effective recycling, especially in complex and durable products such as electrical and electronic equipment and vehicles. The potential benefits associated with EPR laws are well understood in the EU and in Japan. Unfortunately, governmental institutions and industrial companies in Canada seem to be lagging behind in implementing EPR laws. Concerning the implementation of EPR, a fundamental question arises: How can policy-makers create incentives that encourage product design changes? To answer this question, one cannot ignore the impacts of downstream infrastructures on manufacturers’ operations as a whole. The suggested research framework will take into account important characteristics of recycling activities of end-of-life products that have not been included in previous work. Examples of these characteristics include economies of scale in recycling costs and existence of a non-profit organization that allocates products to recyclers.

    See more
    Start Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2009

    Funders:
    NSERC Discovery Grants - Individual
Collection System Design, Strategy Choice and Financial Incentives for Product Recovery

    Summary:

    Collection represents the first phase of product recovery operations. This research project addresses a methodology for selecting collection strategies by simultaneously optimizing the service area of each collection facility and the financial incentive provided by the collector for each returned product. We represent the collection system via a continuous model, and use a stochastic utility choice model to incorporate the customers’ return decisions. This enables us to model and analyze the collector firm’s profit function under drop-off and pick-up collection strategies, and establish the analytical properties of the optimal collection area and subsidy decisions under each strategy. We show that higher subsidies induce the collector to install less collection facilities under the drop-off strategy, but more facilities under the pick-up strategy. The impact of cost, product and market parameters on the financial subsidy and collection area size, as well as on the choice of the collection strategy is also haracterized. We identify the variable collection cost parameters and the amount of used products in the market area as the main determinants of the collection strategy choice, and illustrate our results with numerical examples.

    See more
    Collaborator: Boyaci Tamer and Verter Vedat
    Collaborator Institution: Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University
    Funders:
    Junior Faculty Grant
Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Wakolbinger T. and Toyasaki F. (2011) , Impacts of Funding Systems on Humanitarian Operations, in Humanitarian Logistics: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing for and Responding to Disasters, Martin Christopher and Peter Tatham, editors, Kogan Page, forthcoming April 2011.

2011

Nagurney A, Cruz J., and Toyasaki F. (2008) , Statics and dynamics of global supply chain networks with environmental decision-making, in Pareto Optimality, Game Theory and Equilibria, A. Chinchuluun, A. Migdalas, P. M. Pardalos, and L. Pitsoulis, Editors, Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 803-836.

2006

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Toyasaki, F. and Wakolbinger, T. Joint fundraising appeals: allocation rules and conditions that encourage aid agencies' collaboration. Decision Sciences. (accepted for publication)

2018

Bukart, C., Wakolbinger, T., Toyasaki, F. (2017) Funds allocation in NPOs: the role of administrative cost ratios. Central European Journal of Operations Research. DOI 10.1007/s10100-017-0512-9.

2017

Toyasaki, F., Arikan, E., Sibermayr, L., Falagara I. (2017) Disaster Relief Inventory Management: Horizontal Cooperation between Humanitarian Organizations . Production and Operations Management, 26 (6), 1221-1237. (FT top 50 journals; Business Week's list of 20 premier journals).

2016

Mochizuki J., Toyasaki F. and Falagara I. S. (2015) . Simulation models for horizontal cooperation among humanitarian organizations in inventory management. Journal of Natural Disaster Science. (in press)

2015

Toyasaki, F. , Daniele, P., and Wakolbinger, T. (2014) . A Variational Inequality Formulation of Equilibrium Models for End-of-Life Products with Nonlinear Constraints. European Journal of Operational Research, 236, 340-350.

2014

Wakolbinger T., Toyasaki F., Nowak T., Nagurney A. (2014) When and for whom would e-waste be a treasure trove? Insights from a network equilibrium model of e-waste. International Journal of Production Economics, 154, 263-273.

2014

Toyasaki F, Wakolbinger T. (2014) . Impacts of earmarked private donations for disaster fundraising. Annals of Operations Research, 221(1), 427-447.

2014

Toyasaki, F. Wakolbinger, T., and Kettinger B. (2013) , The value of information systems for product recovery management. International Journal of Production Research, 51(4), 1214-1235.

2013

Toyasaki F. and Wakolbinger T. (2011) Impacts of earmarked private donations for disaster fundraising. Annals of Operations Research. (Published online: DOI 10.1007/s10479-011-1038-5) (The paper has been used as a reading article in a humanitarian logistics and health care course in University of Massachusetts, Amherst.)

2011

Toyasaki F., Boyaci T., and Verter V. (2011) . An analysis of monopolistic and competitive take-back schemes for WEEE recycling. Production and Operations Management , 20, 805-823. (FT top 50 journals; Business Week's list of 20 premier journals)

2011

Alves J. C., Lovelace K. J., Manz C. C., Matsypura D., Toyasaki F., and Ke K. (2006) , A cross-cultural perspective of self-leadership, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 21, 338-359.

2006

Nagurney A. and Toyasaki F. (2005) , Reverse supply chain management and electronic waste recycling: a multitiered network equilibrium framework for e-cycling, Transportation Research Part E, 41, 1-28. (ranked top 3 cited article in the last five years from 2009; http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/600244/description#description)

2005

Nagurney A. and Toyasaki F. (2003) , Supply chain supernetworks and environmental criteria, Transportation Research Part D, 8, 185-213

2003

2018


Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Disaster relief inventory management: horizontal cooperation between humanitarian organizations (with E. Arikan, I. S. Falagara, and L. Silbermayr), POMS 26th Annual Conference Washington D.C., May 8, 2015.

2015

Strategic decision-making about fundraising: comparison of competitive and joint fundraising (with T. Wakolbinger), INFORMS Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, October 6, 2013.

2013

Toyasaki F. The influence of technical, market and legislative drive on WEEE recycling (with Wakolbinger T., Nagurney A. and Nowak Thomas). POMS, April 2012, Chicago.

2012

Toyasaki, F., Daniele, P., Wakolbinger, T. A variational inequality formulation of equilibrium models for end-of-use products with nonlinear constraints. The 9th American Institute of Mathematical Societies Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications Orlando, Florida, USA July 1 - 5, 2012.

2012

Toyasaki F. Green information systems for product recovery management (with T. Wakolbinger and W. Kettinger), INFORMS 2011 Annual Meeting, North Carolina, Charlotte., November 13-16, 2011.

2011

Toyasaki F. An analysis of fundraising strategies for disaster relief operations (with T. Wakolbinger), POMS conference 2010, May 7 – 10, in Vancouver.

2010

Toyasaki F. A quantitative analysis of the effects of earmarking of private donations (with T. Wakolbinger), CORS - INFORMS International Meeting, Toronto, June 14 – 17, 2009.

2009

Toyasaki, F., T. Boyaci, and V. Verter “An analysis of monopolistic and competitive take-back schemes for WEEE recycling,” MSOM 2008 Supply Chain Management SIG (Special Interest Group) Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June 7, 2008

2008

Toyasaki, F. An analysis of monopolistic and competitive collection schemes for recycling (with T. Boyaci and V. Verter), 22nd European Conference on Operational Research July 8-11, 2007; and 18th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Dallas, Texas, May 4-7, 2007.

2007

Toyasaki, F. Operational impacts of monopolistic and competitive WEEE collection schemes (with T. Boyaci and V. Verter), invited session “Closed-Loop Supply Chains and Reverse Logistics,” INFORMS 2006 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 5-8, 2006.

2006

Toyasaki, F. Incentive-based collection strategies for product recovery (with R. Wojanowski, T. Boyaci, and V. Verter), Workshop on Business Aspects of Closed-Loop Supply Chains V, Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management, October 9-11, 2005.

2005

Toyasaki, F. Reverse supply chain management and electronic waste recycling: a mutitiered network equilibrium framework for e-cycling (with A. Nagurney), CORS/INFORMS Joint International Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May 16-19, 2004; and INFORMS 2004 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 24-27, 2004.

2004

Toyasaki, F. Statics and dynamics of global supply chain networks with environmental decision-making (with A. Nagurney and J. Cruz), 9th Workshop on Economics and Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, Kyoto, Japan, May 27-29, 2004; and INFORMS 2004 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 24-27, 2004.

2004

Toyasaki, F. Outline of Research Activities, MKIDS Mini-Workshop for Sponsor, Supernetworks Laboratory for Computation and Visualization, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, September 10, 2003.

2003

Toyasaki, F. Supernetworks, the environment, and sustainability (with A. Nagurney, J. Cruz, and D. Matsypura), Managing the Massachusetts Environment for the New Millennium, Worcester, Massachusetts, November 15, 2002.

2002

Toyasaki, F. Supply chain supernetworks and environmental criteria (with A. Nagurney), INFORMS 2002 Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, November 17-20, 2002.

2002

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Nowak T., Toyasaki F., Wakolbinger T, and Ng D. (2014) . Reverse logistics decision making for modular products: the impact of supply chain strategies. Lecture Notes in Management Science Vol. 6: 65–73, 6th International Conference on Applied Operational Research, Proceedings.

2014


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 A Quantitative Methods II LECT


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 Q Quantitative Methods II LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 R Quantitative Methods II LECT


Dr. Toyasaki has been conducting research in the area of sustainable supply chain designs involving environmental and disaster/emergency issues. Specifically, his research interests are closed-loop supply chains and humanitarian logistics.

He has been conducting research in the area of supply chain designs involving disaster and environmental issues. His research interests include: disaster and emergency logistics, humanitarian logistics, fund-raising operations for aid agencies, reverse logistics, and closed-loop supply chains. His works have been published in leading academic journals and recorded high citation counts.

Degrees

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Operations Management), McGill University, Canada
PhD (Management Science), University of Massachusetts Amherst, the United States of America
Master of Science (Economics), Osaka University, Japan
Bachelor of Science (Economics), Osaka University, Japan

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Board member (secretary), College of Sustainable Operations, Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), 2012-present Board member (online editor), College of Sustainable Operations, Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), 2008-2011

Community Contributions

He received: Recognition for Excellence in Teaching 2015-2016 from School of Administrative Studies (SAS); Recognition for Excellence in Research 2015-2016 from SAS; and Nominee for LA&PS Award for Distinction in Research, Creativity or Scholarship.

Research Interests

, Humanitarian Logistics, Supply Chain Risk Management, Game Theory, Optimization, Non-linear Programming, Closed-loop supply Chains, Management Science

Current Research Projects

An analysis of fund-raising in disaster and emergency context

    Summary:

    Current funding systems for disaster relief are considered to be one of the causes of inefficiencies in humanitarian operations. Aid agencies are currently facing multiple changes and challenges in their environment. I propose to engage aid agencies in a survey that will provide insights into the current state of their prevalent fundraising modes.

    Project Type: Funded
    Start Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2012

    Collaborator: Wakolbinger Tina
    Collaborator Institution: Vienna University of Economics and Business
An Analysis of Impacts of Downstream Infrastructure on Environmentally Friendly Product Designs

    Summary:

    This project has two long-term objectives: 1. To develop models that address the impacts of downstream infrastructures in recycled end-of-life product operations on a number of important variables, including manufacturers’ investment in product design changes, manufacturers’ and recyclers’ profits, prices that end-users face, and social welfare. 2. To develop models that address the interaction between downstream infrastructures and different product generations associated with product design changes. The development of environmentally friendly product designs is widely recognized as an important characteristic of an environmentally sustainable economy. In achieving this goal, effective incorporation of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is expected to lead to product design improvement and effective recycling, especially in complex and durable products such as electrical and electronic equipment and vehicles. The potential benefits associated with EPR laws are well understood in the EU and in Japan. Unfortunately, governmental institutions and industrial companies in Canada seem to be lagging behind in implementing EPR laws. Concerning the implementation of EPR, a fundamental question arises: How can policy-makers create incentives that encourage product design changes? To answer this question, one cannot ignore the impacts of downstream infrastructures on manufacturers’ operations as a whole. The suggested research framework will take into account important characteristics of recycling activities of end-of-life products that have not been included in previous work. Examples of these characteristics include economies of scale in recycling costs and existence of a non-profit organization that allocates products to recyclers.

    Project Type: Funded
    Start Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2009

    Funders:
    NSERC Discovery Grants - Individual
Collection System Design, Strategy Choice and Financial Incentives for Product Recovery

    Summary:

    Collection represents the first phase of product recovery operations. This research project addresses a methodology for selecting collection strategies by simultaneously optimizing the service area of each collection facility and the financial incentive provided by the collector for each returned product. We represent the collection system via a continuous model, and use a stochastic utility choice model to incorporate the customers’ return decisions. This enables us to model and analyze the collector firm’s profit function under drop-off and pick-up collection strategies, and establish the analytical properties of the optimal collection area and subsidy decisions under each strategy. We show that higher subsidies induce the collector to install less collection facilities under the drop-off strategy, but more facilities under the pick-up strategy. The impact of cost, product and market parameters on the financial subsidy and collection area size, as well as on the choice of the collection strategy is also haracterized. We identify the variable collection cost parameters and the amount of used products in the market area as the main determinants of the collection strategy choice, and illustrate our results with numerical examples.

    Project Type: Funded
    Collaborator: Boyaci Tamer and Verter Vedat
    Collaborator Institution: Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University
    Funders:
    Junior Faculty Grant

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Wakolbinger T. and Toyasaki F. (2011) , Impacts of Funding Systems on Humanitarian Operations, in Humanitarian Logistics: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing for and Responding to Disasters, Martin Christopher and Peter Tatham, editors, Kogan Page, forthcoming April 2011.

2011

Nagurney A, Cruz J., and Toyasaki F. (2008) , Statics and dynamics of global supply chain networks with environmental decision-making, in Pareto Optimality, Game Theory and Equilibria, A. Chinchuluun, A. Migdalas, P. M. Pardalos, and L. Pitsoulis, Editors, Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 803-836.

2006

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Toyasaki, F. and Wakolbinger, T. Joint fundraising appeals: allocation rules and conditions that encourage aid agencies' collaboration. Decision Sciences. (accepted for publication)

2018

Bukart, C., Wakolbinger, T., Toyasaki, F. (2017) Funds allocation in NPOs: the role of administrative cost ratios. Central European Journal of Operations Research. DOI 10.1007/s10100-017-0512-9.

2017

Toyasaki, F., Arikan, E., Sibermayr, L., Falagara I. (2017) Disaster Relief Inventory Management: Horizontal Cooperation between Humanitarian Organizations . Production and Operations Management, 26 (6), 1221-1237. (FT top 50 journals; Business Week's list of 20 premier journals).

2016

Mochizuki J., Toyasaki F. and Falagara I. S. (2015) . Simulation models for horizontal cooperation among humanitarian organizations in inventory management. Journal of Natural Disaster Science. (in press)

2015

Toyasaki, F. , Daniele, P., and Wakolbinger, T. (2014) . A Variational Inequality Formulation of Equilibrium Models for End-of-Life Products with Nonlinear Constraints. European Journal of Operational Research, 236, 340-350.

2014

Wakolbinger T., Toyasaki F., Nowak T., Nagurney A. (2014) When and for whom would e-waste be a treasure trove? Insights from a network equilibrium model of e-waste. International Journal of Production Economics, 154, 263-273.

2014

Toyasaki F, Wakolbinger T. (2014) . Impacts of earmarked private donations for disaster fundraising. Annals of Operations Research, 221(1), 427-447.

2014

Toyasaki, F. Wakolbinger, T., and Kettinger B. (2013) , The value of information systems for product recovery management. International Journal of Production Research, 51(4), 1214-1235.

2013

Toyasaki F. and Wakolbinger T. (2011) Impacts of earmarked private donations for disaster fundraising. Annals of Operations Research. (Published online: DOI 10.1007/s10479-011-1038-5) (The paper has been used as a reading article in a humanitarian logistics and health care course in University of Massachusetts, Amherst.)

2011

Toyasaki F., Boyaci T., and Verter V. (2011) . An analysis of monopolistic and competitive take-back schemes for WEEE recycling. Production and Operations Management , 20, 805-823. (FT top 50 journals; Business Week's list of 20 premier journals)

2011

Alves J. C., Lovelace K. J., Manz C. C., Matsypura D., Toyasaki F., and Ke K. (2006) , A cross-cultural perspective of self-leadership, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 21, 338-359.

2006

Nagurney A. and Toyasaki F. (2005) , Reverse supply chain management and electronic waste recycling: a multitiered network equilibrium framework for e-cycling, Transportation Research Part E, 41, 1-28. (ranked top 3 cited article in the last five years from 2009; http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/600244/description#description)

2005

Nagurney A. and Toyasaki F. (2003) , Supply chain supernetworks and environmental criteria, Transportation Research Part D, 8, 185-213

2003

2018


Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Disaster relief inventory management: horizontal cooperation between humanitarian organizations (with E. Arikan, I. S. Falagara, and L. Silbermayr), POMS 26th Annual Conference Washington D.C., May 8, 2015.

2015

Strategic decision-making about fundraising: comparison of competitive and joint fundraising (with T. Wakolbinger), INFORMS Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, October 6, 2013.

2013

Toyasaki F. The influence of technical, market and legislative drive on WEEE recycling (with Wakolbinger T., Nagurney A. and Nowak Thomas). POMS, April 2012, Chicago.

2012

Toyasaki, F., Daniele, P., Wakolbinger, T. A variational inequality formulation of equilibrium models for end-of-use products with nonlinear constraints. The 9th American Institute of Mathematical Societies Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications Orlando, Florida, USA July 1 - 5, 2012.

2012

Toyasaki F. Green information systems for product recovery management (with T. Wakolbinger and W. Kettinger), INFORMS 2011 Annual Meeting, North Carolina, Charlotte., November 13-16, 2011.

2011

Toyasaki F. An analysis of fundraising strategies for disaster relief operations (with T. Wakolbinger), POMS conference 2010, May 7 – 10, in Vancouver.

2010

Toyasaki F. A quantitative analysis of the effects of earmarking of private donations (with T. Wakolbinger), CORS - INFORMS International Meeting, Toronto, June 14 – 17, 2009.

2009

Toyasaki, F., T. Boyaci, and V. Verter “An analysis of monopolistic and competitive take-back schemes for WEEE recycling,” MSOM 2008 Supply Chain Management SIG (Special Interest Group) Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June 7, 2008

2008

Toyasaki, F. An analysis of monopolistic and competitive collection schemes for recycling (with T. Boyaci and V. Verter), 22nd European Conference on Operational Research July 8-11, 2007; and 18th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Dallas, Texas, May 4-7, 2007.

2007

Toyasaki, F. Operational impacts of monopolistic and competitive WEEE collection schemes (with T. Boyaci and V. Verter), invited session “Closed-Loop Supply Chains and Reverse Logistics,” INFORMS 2006 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 5-8, 2006.

2006

Toyasaki, F. Incentive-based collection strategies for product recovery (with R. Wojanowski, T. Boyaci, and V. Verter), Workshop on Business Aspects of Closed-Loop Supply Chains V, Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management, October 9-11, 2005.

2005

Toyasaki, F. Reverse supply chain management and electronic waste recycling: a mutitiered network equilibrium framework for e-cycling (with A. Nagurney), CORS/INFORMS Joint International Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May 16-19, 2004; and INFORMS 2004 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 24-27, 2004.

2004

Toyasaki, F. Statics and dynamics of global supply chain networks with environmental decision-making (with A. Nagurney and J. Cruz), 9th Workshop on Economics and Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, Kyoto, Japan, May 27-29, 2004; and INFORMS 2004 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 24-27, 2004.

2004

Toyasaki, F. Outline of Research Activities, MKIDS Mini-Workshop for Sponsor, Supernetworks Laboratory for Computation and Visualization, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, September 10, 2003.

2003

Toyasaki, F. Supernetworks, the environment, and sustainability (with A. Nagurney, J. Cruz, and D. Matsypura), Managing the Massachusetts Environment for the New Millennium, Worcester, Massachusetts, November 15, 2002.

2002

Toyasaki, F. Supply chain supernetworks and environmental criteria (with A. Nagurney), INFORMS 2002 Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, November 17-20, 2002.

2002

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Nowak T., Toyasaki F., Wakolbinger T, and Ng D. (2014) . Reverse logistics decision making for modular products: the impact of supply chain strategies. Lecture Notes in Management Science Vol. 6: 65–73, 6th International Conference on Applied Operational Research, Proceedings.

2014


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 A Quantitative Methods II LECT


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 Q Quantitative Methods II LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS3330 3.0 R Quantitative Methods II LECT