Rajib Shaw

Rajib Shaw

Professor
Graduate School of Media and Governance
Short BiographyEducation
1997: Doctor of Science: Osaka City University (thesis track)
1997: Master of Science: Yokohama National University
1991: Master of Science: Allahabad University (India)
1989: Bachelor of Science: Burdwan University (India)

Work
2017:Professor, Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
2016:Executive Director, International Council of Sciences (ICSU) Integrated Research for Disaster Risk (IRDR)
2016:Senior Fellow, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
2004-2015: Professor (2014-2015) and Associate Professor (2004-2013), Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
1999-2004: Researcher, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)
1997-1999: OYO Corporation (Consulting firm)
Areas of ExpertiseEnvironment and Disaster Management
Courses TaughtGEOGRAPHY OF PLANNING PRACTICE,INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT,ENVIRONMENT RISK SCIENCE,THEORY OF GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY,CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK(EG1),ADVANCED RESEARCH(EG1),DESIGNING A LOW-CARBON SOCIETY,ACADEMIC PROJECT,MASTER SEMINAR,SEMINAR(Community Development in Asia: focus on environment and disaster risk reduction),GRADUATE SCHOOL PROJECT (Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development)
AffiliationsChair, United Nations Science Technology Academia Advisory Group (ASTAAG)
Science Committee Member, Integrated Research for Disaster Risk (IRDR)
President, Asian University Network for Environment and Disaster Management (AUEDM)
Member, UN Disaster and Environment Working Group for Asia
Board Chairman, SEEDS Asia and Board Member, SEEDS India
Board Member, CWS Japan
Member, Japan Society of Natural Disaster Science
Member, Society for Regional Safety
Member, Japan Society of Disaster Recovery
Selected Publications2017
1. Shaw R., Shiwaku K. and Izumi T. (2017): Science and technology in disaster risk reduction: Potentials and challenges, Elsevier Academic Press, 525 pages.
2. Pal I. and Shaw R. (2017): Disaster risk governance in India and cross cutting issues, Springer Publisher, 413 pages
3. Djalante R., Garschagen M., Thomalla F. and Shaw R. (2017): Disaster risk reduction in Indonesia: progress, challenges, and issues, 668 pages.
4. Das Gupta R. and Shaw R. (2016): Participatory Mangrove Management in a Changing Climate: Perspective from Asia Pacific, Springer Publisher, 338 pages

2016
5. Banba M. and Shaw R. (2016): Land use management in disaster risk reduction, Springer, 473 pages.
6. Shaw R., Rahman A., Surjan A. and Parvin G. (2016): Urban Risk Reduction: Asian perspective, Elsevier Publisher, 370 pages.
7. Shiwaku K., Sakurai A. and Shaw R. (2016): Disaster resilience of education systems: Experiences from Japan, Springer, 241 pages.

2015
8. Shaw R. and Uitto Y. (2015): Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction, Springer, 287 pages.
9. Srivastava N. and Shaw R. (2015): Occupation-based risk reduction for climate-related hazards, Research Publishers, Singapore, 179 page
10. Fernandez G. and Shaw R. (2015): Youth participation and community-based disaster risk reduction, Research Publishers, Singapore, 199 pages
11. Izumi T. and Shaw R. (2015): Disaster management and private sectors: challenges and potentials, Springer, 342 pages
12. Habiba U., Abedin A., Ragib A. W. and Shaw R. (2015): Food security and risk reduction in Bangladesh, Springer, 272 pages
13. Rahman A., Khan A., Shaw R. (2015): Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches of Pakistan, Springer Publisher, 394 pages
14. Shaw R. (2015): Tohoku recovery: Challenges, Potentials and Future, Springer Publisher, 193 pages
15. Shaw R. (2015): Recovery from the Indian Ocean Tsunami: 10 years Journey, Springer Publisher, 503 pages
16. Krishna H. and Shaw R. (2015): Mountain Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Hindu Kush, Springer Publisher

2014
17. Shaw R. and Oikawa Y. (2014): Education for Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction, Springer Publisher
18. Shaw R. and Izumi T. (2014): Civil Society Organizations and Disaster Risk Reduction: An Asian Dilemma, Springer Publisher, 292 pages.
19. Shaw R. (2014): Community Practices for Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan, Springer Publisher, 239 pages
20. Matsuoka Y. and Shaw R. (2014): Hyogo Framework for Action and Urban Disaster Resilience, Emerald Publisher, 328 pages
21. Hori T. and Shaw R. (2014): Local Disaster Risk Management in a Changing Climate: Perspective from Central America, Emerald Publisher, 192 pages
22. Shaw R. (2013): Disaster Recovery: Used or Mis-used Development Opportunities, Springer Publisher, 431 pages

2013
23. Abedin A., Habiba U. and Shaw R. (2013): Water insecurity: a social dilemma, Emerald Publisher, UK
24. Neef A. and Shaw R. (2013): Risk and conflicts: local responses to natural disasters, Emerald Publisher, UK
25. Shaw R., Mallick F., Islam A. (2013): Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh, Springer Publisher, 366 pages
26. Shaw R., Mallick F., Islam A. (2013): Climate Change Adaptation Practices in Bangladesh, Springer Publisher, 417 pages
27. 清野純史, 藤井 聡, 小林潔司, 鄭 蝦榮, ショウ ラジブ, 竹内裕希子, 平山修久 (2013):
巨大災害と人間の安全保障, 208頁, 芙蓉書房出版

2012
28. Uy N. and Shaw R. (2012): Ecosystem-based Adaptation, Emerald Publisher, UK, 273 pages
29. Shaw R. (2012): Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction, Emerald Publisher, UK, 402 pages
30. Shaw R. and Takeuchi Y. (2012): East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Evacuation, Communication, Education and Voluntarism, Research Publisher, 280 pages
31. Shaw R. and Tran P. (2012): Environment and Disaster Linkages, Emerald Publisher, UK, 354 pages

2011
32. Shaw R., Shiwaku K. and Takeuchi Y. (2011): Disaster Education, Emerald Publisher, UK, 162 pages
33. Shaw R. and Nguyen H. (2011): Droughts in Asian Monsoon Regions, Emerald Publisher, UK, 186 pages
34. Shaw R. and Sharma A. (2011): Climate and disaster resilience in cities, Emerald Publisher, UK, 287 pages
35. Abe M., Takeuchi Y. and Shaw R. (2011): Adaptive and sustainable post tsunami human resettlement, RPS, Singapore, 209 pages
36. Surjan A., Takeuchi Y. and Shaw R. (2011): From Disaster and Climate Risk to Urban Resilience: Approaching through Community Based Environmental Improvement, RPS, Singapore, 282 pages

2010
37. Shaw R., Pulhin J. and Pereira, J. (2010): Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction: Issues and Challenges, Emerald Publisher, UK, 391 pages
38. Shaw R., Pulhin J. and Pereira, J. (2010): Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction: Asian Perspective, Emerald Publisher, UK, 478 pages
39. Iwasaki S. and Shaw R. (2010): Integrated Lagoon Fisheries Management: Resource Dynamics and Adaptation, Emerald Publisher, UK, 218 pages
40. Shaw R. and Thaitakoo D. (2010): Water Communities, Emerald Publisher, UK, June, 2010, 274 pages
41. Shaw R. and Krishnamurthy R. (2010): Communities and Coastal Zone Management: Research Publication, Singapore, February 2010, 354 pages

2009
42. Shaw R., Srinivas H. and Sharma A. (2009): Urban Risk Reduction: An Asian Perspective, Emerald Publisher, UK, December 2009, 373 pages
43. Phong T. and Shaw R. (2009): Integrated river basin management for effective flood risk reduction, Research Publication, Singapore, 268 pages
44. Shaw R., Sharma A. and Takeuchi Y. (2009): Indigenous Knowledge and Disaster Risk Reduction: From Practice to Policy: NOVA Publication, USA, 490 pages.
45. Shaw R. and Krishnamurthy R. (2009): Disaster Management: Global challenges and local solutions: University Press and CRC Press, 648 pages
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Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
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