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Masaru YARIME

PhD in Economics and Policy Studies of Innovation and Technological Change, Maastricht University
Associate Professor, Division of Environment and Sustainability
Associate Professor, Division of Public Policy

Tel: (852) 3469 2283
Email: yarime@ust.hk
Office: Room 4616E (Lift 31-32)
Link(s): Personal Home Page

Biography

Masaru YARIME is an Associate Professor in the Division of Public Policy (PPOL) and the Director of the MPhil and PhD Programs in Public Policy at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He also has an appointment as Visiting Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) at the University of Tokyo.

His research interests focus on public policy, corporate strategy, and institutional design for promoting science, technology, and innovation for sustainability. For the past years, he has been engaged in research and educational activities from interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives, with an intention to understand the complex interface between engineering and social sciences and the dynamic interactions between technology and institutions in creating sustainability innovation. He is particularly interested in exploring the structure, functions, and evolution of knowledge systems involving various stakeholders in society. He has many experiences of cooperation and collaboration with key stakeholders in academia, industry, government, and civil society in Japan, Europe, and North America as well as in emerging countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, which has been contributing to analyzing and implementing innovations addressing multifaceted, inter-dependent sustainability challenges.

He contributes to many international initiatives, including the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Finance Initiative on Environmental Risk Integration in Sovereign Credit Analysis, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Technical Working Group on GHG Risk Management, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group III (Mitigation of Climate Change) Fifth Assessment Report, and the Expert Group on Catalogue of Policy Support Tools and Methodologies (Deliverable 4c) of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Currently, he is serving on the editorial board of international journals, including Sustainability Science, Environmental Science and Policy, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Frontiers in Sustainable Cities - Innovation and Governance, and Data & Policy.

He received B.Eng. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tokyo, M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology, and Ph.D. in Economics and Policy Studies of Technological Change from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. His previous positions include Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). He was Honorary Associate Professor at the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP) in University College London and had visiting appointments at Groupe de Recherche en Économie Théorique et Appliquée (GREThA) of the University of Bordeaux IV in France, Department of Science and Technology Studies of the University of Malaya in Malaysia, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Research Institute. He has been awarded the Abe Fellowship by the United States Social Science Research Council (SSRC).

Research Interests
  • Policy design and innovations
  • Emergence of the innovation systems approach
  • Energy policy and technology development
  • Climate change and global environmental governance
  • Big data and social science research
  • Governance of data-driven innovation
  • Science, technology, and innovation policy
  • Sustainability science
Publications

Journal Articles

  • Ahl, Amanda, Mika Goto, Yarime, Masaru, Kenji Tanaka, and Daishi Sagawa, "Challenges and opportunities of blockchain energy applications: Interrelatedness among technological, economic, social, environmental, and institutional dimensions," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 166, 112623 (2022).
  • Sakti, Anjar Dimara, Adam Irwansyah Fauzi, Wataru Takeuchi, Biswajeet Pradhan, Yarime, Masaru, Cristina Vega-Garcia, Elprida Agustina, Dionisius Wibisono, Tania Septi Anggraini, Megawati Oktaviani Theodora, Desi Ramadhanti, Miqdad Fadhil Muhammad, Muhammad Aufaristama, Agung Mahadi Putra Perdana, and Ketut Wikantika, "Spatial Prioritization for Wildfire Mitigation by Integrating Heterogeneous Spatial Data: A New Multi-Dimensional Approach for Tropical Rainforests," Remote Sensing, 14, 543 (2022).
  • Li, Veronica Qin Ting, and Yarime, Masaru, "Increasing Resilience via the Use of Personal Data: Lessons from COVID-19 Dashboards on Data Governance for the Public Good," Data & Policy, 3, e29 (2021).
  • Sakuma, Natsumi, Gregory Trencher, Yarime, Masaru, and Motoharu Onuki, "A comparison of smart city research and practice in Sweden and Japan: Trends and opportunities identified from a literature review and co-occurrence network analysis," Sustainability Science (2021).
  • Papyshev, Gleb, and Yarime, Masaru, "Exploring city digital twins as policy tools: A task-based approach to generating synthetic data on urban mobility," Data & Policy, 3, e16 (2021).
  • Spandagos, Constantine, Erik Baark, Tze Ling Ng, and Yarime, Masaru, "Social Influence and Economic Intervention Policies to Save Energy at Home: Critical Questions for the New Decade and Evidence from Air-condition Use," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 143, 110915 (2021). 
  • Shapiro, Matthew A., and Yarime, Masaru, "Effects of National Affiliations and International Collaboration on Scientific Findings: The Case of Transboundary Air Pollution in Northeast Asia," Environmental Science and Policy, 118, 71-85 (2021).
  • Asokan, Vivek Anand, Yarime, Masaru, and Motoharu Onuki, "A Review of Data-Intensive Approaches for Sustainability: Methodology, Epistemology, Normativity, and Ontology," Sustainability Science, 15, 955–974 (2020).
  • Ahl, Amanda; Yarime, Masaru; Goto, Mika; Chopra, Shauhrat S.; Manoj Kumar, Nallapaneni; Tanakã, Kenji; Sagawa, Daishi, , Exploring Blockchain for the Energy Transition: Opportunities and Challenges Based on a Case Study in Japan, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, v. 117, January 2020, article number 109488 (2020).
  • Trencher, Gregory; Taeihagh, Araz; Yarime, Masaru, , Overcoming Barriers to Developing and Diffusing Fuel-Cell Vehicles: Governance Strategies and Experiences in Japan, Energy Policy, v. 142, July 2020, article number 111533 (2020).
  • Kobashi, Takuro; Say, Kelvin; Wang, Jiayang; Yarime, Masaru; Wang, Dong; Yoshida, Takahiro; Yamagata, Yoshiki, , Techno-economic assessment of photovoltaics plus electric vehicles towards household-sector decarbonization in Kyoto and Shenzhen by the year 2030, Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 253, April 2020, article number 119933 (2020).
  • Kobashi, Takuro; Yoshida, Takahiro; Yamagata, Yoshiki; Naito, Katsuhiko; Pfenninger, Stefan; Say, Kelvin; Takeda, Yasuhiro; Ahl, Amanda; Yarime, Masaru; Hara, Keishiro, , On the potential of “Photovoltaics + Electric vehicles” for deep decarbonization of Kyoto's power systems: Techno-economic-social considerations, Applied Energy, v. 275, October 2020, article number 115419 (2020).
  • Spandagos, Constantinos; Yarime, Masaru; Baark, Erik; Ng, Tze Ling, , “Triple Target” policy framework to influence household energy behavior: Satisfy, strengthen, include, Applied Energy, v. 269, July 2020, article number 115117 (2020).
  • Ahl, Amanda; Goto, Mika; Yarime, Masaru, , Smart Technology Applications in the Woody Biomass Supply Chain: Interview Insights and Potential in Japan, Sustainability Science, 2019 (2019).
  • Akerlof, Karen; Tyler, Chris; Foxen, Sarah Elizabeth; Heath, Erin; Soler, Marga Gual; Yarime, Masaru, , A Collaboratively Derived International Research Agenda on Legislative Science Advice, Palgrave Communications, v. 5, (1), December 2019, article number 108 (2019).
  • Ko, Yekang; Barrett, Brendan F.D.; Copping, Andrea E.; Sharifi, Ayyoob; Yarime, Masaru; Wang, Xin, , Energy transitions towards low carbon resilience: Evaluation of disaster-triggered local and regional cases, Sustainability, v. 11, (23), December 2019, article number 6801 (2019).
  • Ahl, Amanda; Yarime, Masaru; Tanaka, Kenji; Sagawa, Daishi, , Review of blockchain-based distributed energy: Implications for institutional development, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, v. 107, June 2019, p. 200-211 (2019).
  • Asokan, Vivek Anand; Yarime, Masaru; Onuki, Motoharu, , Bridging Practices, Institutions, and Landscapes Through a Scale-based Approach for Research and Practice: A Case Study of a Business Association in South India, Ecological Economics, v. 160, June 2019, p. 240-250 (2019).
  • Asokan, Vivek Anand; Yarime, Masaru; Onuki, Motoharu, , A review of data-intensive approaches for sustainability: methodology, epistemology, normativity, and ontology, Sustainability Science, v. 15, (3), May 2020, p. 955-974 (2019).
  • Tantiwechwuttikul, Ranaporn; Yarime, Masaru; Ito, Kohzo, , Innovation System of Solar Photovoltaics in Thailand, Asian Research Policy, v. 10, (1), July 2019, p. 77-86 (2019).
  • Yarime, Masaru ; Li, Aitong, , Facilitating International Cooperation on Air Pollution in East Asia: Fragmentation of the Epistemic Communities, Global Policy, v. 9, November 2018, p. 35-41 (2018).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Learning and Open Data in Sustainability Transitions: Evolutionary Implications of the Theory of Probabilistic Functionalism, Environment Systems and Decisions, v. 38, (1), March 2018, p. 88-91 (2018).
  • Pathirana, Shakila M. ; Yarime, Masaru, , Introducing Energy Efficient Technologies in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Apparel Industry: A Case Study of Sri Lanka, Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 178, March 2018, p. 247-257 (2018).
  • Scholz, Roland Werner ; Yarime, Masaru; Shiroyama, Hideaki, , Global Leadership for Social Design: Theoretical and Educational Perspectives, Sustainability Science, v. 13, (2), March 2018, p. 447-464 (2018).
  • Ahl, Amanda ; Eklund, Johanna; Lundqvist, Per G.; Yarime, Masaru, , Balancing Formal and Informal Success Factors Perceived by Supply Chain Stakeholders: A Study of Woody Biomass Energy Systems in Japan, Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 175, February 2018, p. 50-59 (2018).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Learning and Open Data in Sustainability Transitions: Evolutionary Implications of the Theory of Probabilistic Functionalism," Environment Systems and Decisions38 (1), 88-91 (2018).
  • Pathirana, Shakila, and Yarime, Masaru, "Introducing Energy-Efficient Technologies in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Apparel Industry: A Case Study of Sri Lanka," Journal of Cleaner Production178, 247-257 (2018).
  • Scholz, Roland W., Yarime, Masaru, and Hideaki Shiroyama, "Global Leadership for Social Design: Theoretical and Educational Perspectives," Sustainability Science13 (2), 447-464 (2018).
  • Ahl, Amanda, Johanna Eklund, Per Lundqvist, and Yarime, Masaru, "Balancing Formal and Informal Success Factors Perceived by Supply Chain Stakeholders: A Study of Woody Biomass Energy Systems in Japan," Journal of Cleaner Production175, 50-59 (2018).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Facilitating data-intensive approaches to innovation for sustainability: opportunities and challenges in building smart cities," Sustainability Science12 (6), 881- 885 (2017).
  • Li, Aitong, and Yarime, Masaru, "Polarization and Clustering in Scientific Debates and Problem Framing: Network Analysis of the Science-Policy Interface for Grassland Management in China," Ecology and Society22 (3), 8 (2017).
  • Asokan, Vivek, Yarime, Masaru, and Miguel Esteban, "Introducing Flexibility to Complex, Resilient Socio-Ecological Systems: A Comparative Analysis of Economics, Flexible Manufacturing Systems, Evolutionary Biology, and Supply Chain Management," Sustainability9 (7), 1091 (2017).
  • Sato, Masahiro, Ali Kharrazi, Hirofumi Nakayama, Steven Kraines, and Yarime, Masaru, "Quantifying the Supplier-Portfolio Diversity of Embodied Energy: Strategic Implications for Strengthening Energy Resilience," Energy Policy105, 41-52 (2017).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Masafumi Nagao, Chen Chiahsin, Kentaro Ichiki, Tobai Sadayoshi, Mariko Kinai, Mio Kamitani, Shojiro Nakamura, Aiko Yamauchi, and Yarime, Masaru, “Implementing Sustainability Co-creation between Universities and Society: A Typology of Potential Models, Challenges and Strategies,” Sustainability9 (4), 594 (2017).
  • Sato, Masahiro, Ali Kharrazi, Hirofumi Nakayama, Steven Kraines, and Yarime, Masaru, “The Resilience of Embodied Energy Networks: A Critical Dimension for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” Global Environmental Research19 (2), 187-198 (2016).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Vanesa Castán Broto, Tomoko Takagi, Zoe Sprigings, Yuko Nishida, and Yarime, Masaru, "Innovative policy practices to advance building energy efficiency and retrofitting: Approaches, impacts and challenges in ten C40 cities," Environmental Science & Policy66, 353-365 (2016).
  • Kharrazi, Ali, Masahiro Sato, Yarime, Masaru, Hirofumi Nakayama, Yadong Yu, and Steven Kraines, "Examining the resilience of national energy systems: Measurements of diversity in production-based and consumption-based electricity in the globalization of trade networks," Energy Policy87, 455-464 (2015).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Toru Terada, and Yarime, Masaru, "Student participation in the co-creation of knowledge and social experiments for advancing sustainability: Experiences from the University of Tokyo," Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability16, 56-63 (2015).
  • Kharrazi, Ali, Steven Kraines, Elena Rovenskaya, Ram Avtar, Shuichi Iwata, and Yarime, Masaru, "Examining the Ecology of Commodity Trade Networks Using an Ecological Information-Based Approach: Toward Strategic Assessment of Resilience," Journal of Industrial Ecology19 (5), 805-813 (2015).
  • Hill Clarvis, Margot, Erin Bohensky, and Yarime, Masaru, "Can Resilience Thinking Inform Resilience Investments? Learning from Resilience Principles for Disaster Risk Reduction," Sustainability7 (7), 9048-9066 (2015).
  • Huang, Wei, Shenghui Cui, Yarime, Masaru, Seiji Hashimoto, and Shunsuke Managi, "Improving Urban Metabolism Study for Sustainable Urban Transformation," Environmental Technology and Innovation4, 62-72 (2015).
  • Shiroyama, Hideaki, Makiko Matsuo, and Yarime, Masaru, "Issues and Policy Measures for Phosphorus Recycling from Sewage: Lessons from Stakeholder Analysis of Japan," Global Environmental Research19 (1), 67-76 (2015).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Xuemei Bai, James Evans, Kes B McCormick, and Yarime, Masaru, "University Partnerships for Co-designing and Co-producing Urban Sustainability," Global Environmental Change28, 153–165 (2014).
  • Kharrazi, Ali, Steven Kraines, Lan Hoang, and Yarime, Masaru, "Advancing quantification methods of sustainability: A critical examination of emergy, exergy, ecological footprint, and ecological information-based approaches," Ecological Indicators37, 81–89 (2014).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Yarime, Masaru, Kes McCormick, Christopher Doll, and Steven Kraines, "Beyond the third mission: Exploring the emerging university function of co-creation for sustainability," Science and Public Policy41 (2), 151-179 (2014).
  • Mutisya, Emmanuel, and Yarime, Masaru, "Moving towards urban sustainability in Kenya: a framework for integration of environmental, economic, social, and governance dimensions," Sustainability Science9 (2), 205-215 (2014).
  • Hill Clarvis, Margot, Martin Halle, Ivo Mulder, and Yarime, Masaru, "Towards a new framework to account for environmental risk in sovereign credit risk analysis," Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment4 (2), 147-160 (2014).
  • Mutisya, Emmanuel, and Yarime, Masaru, "Microfinance for the Urban Bottom of the Pyramid Segment in Nairobi’s Kibera Slum in Kenya: Does Financial Training Impact on Sustainable Urban Development?" African Journal of Sustainable Development4 (1), 1-15 (2014).
  • Kharrazi, Ali, Elena Rovenskaya, Brian D. Fath, Yarime, Masaru, and Steven Kraines, "Quantifying the sustainability of economic resource networks: An ecological information-based approach," Ecological Economics90, 177-186 (2013).
  • Kudo, Shogo, and Yarime, Masaru, "Divergence of the sustaining and marginalizing communities in the process of rural aging: a case study of Yurihonjo-shi, Akita, Japan," Sustainability Science8 (4), 491-513 (2013).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Yarime, Masaru, and Ali Kharrazi, "Co-creating sustainability: cross-sector university collaborations for driving sustainable urban transformations," Journal of Cleaner Production50, 40-55 (2013).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Gregory Trencher, Takashi Mino, Roland W. Scholz, Lennart Olsson, Barry Ness, Niki Frantzeskaki, and Jan Rotmans, "Establishing sustainability science in higher education institutions: towards an integration of academic development, institutionalization, and collaborations with stakeholders," Sustainability Science7 (Supplement 1), 101-113 (2012).
  • Yarime, Masaru, and Yuko Tanaka, "The Issues and Methodologies in Sustainability Assessment Tools for Higher Education Institutions: A Review of Recent Trends and Future Challenges," Journal of Education for Sustainable Development6 (1), 63-77 (2012).
  • Pohl, Hans, and Yarime, Masaru, "Integrating Innovation System and Management Concepts: The Development of Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles in Japan," Technological Forecasting and Social Change79 (8), 1431-1446 (2012).
  • Shiroyama, Hideaki, Yarime, Masaru, Makiko Matsuo, Heike Schroeder, Roland Scholz, and Andrea E. Ulrich, "Governance for sustainability: knowledge integration and multi-actor dimensions in risk management," Sustainability Science7 (Supplement 1), 45-55 (2012).
  • Kharrazi, Ali, and Yarime, Masaru, "Quantifying the Sustainability of Integrated Urban Waste and Energy Networks: Seeking an Optimal Balance between Network Efficiency and Resilience," Procedia Environmental Sciences13, 1663-1667 (2012).
  • Wiek, Arnim, Francesca Farioli, Kensuke Fukushi, and Yarime, Masaru, "Sustainability science – Bridging the gap between science and society," Sustainability Science7 (Supplement 1), 1-4 (2012).
  • Jupesta, Joni, Rizaldi Boer, Govindan Parayil, Yuko Harayama, Yarime, Masaru, Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, and Suneetha M. Subramanian, "Managing the Transition to Sustainability in an Emerging Economy: Evaluating Green Growth Policies in Indonesia," Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions1 (2), 187-191 (2011).
  • Mutisya, Emmanuel, and Yarime, Masaru, "Understanding the Grassroots Dynamics of Slums in Nairobi: The Dilemma of Kibera Informal Settlements," International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies2 (2), 197-213 (2011).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Understanding Sustainability Innovation as a Social Process of Knowledge Transformation," Nanotechnology Perceptions6 (3), 143-153 (2010).
  • Dijk, Marc, and Yarime, Masaru, "The Emergence of Hybrid-Electric Cars: Innovation Path Creation through Co-Evolution of Supply and Demand," Technological Forecasting and Social Change77 (8), 1371-1390 (2010).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Yoshiyuki Takeda, and Yuya Kajikawa, "Towards Institutional Analysis of Sustainability Science: A Quantitative Examination of the Patterns of Research Collaboration," Sustainability Science5 (1), 115-125 (2010).
  • Baba, Yasunori, Yarime, Masaru, and Naohiro Shichijo, "Sources of Success in Advanced Materials Innovation: The Role of 'Core Researchers' in University-Industry Collaboration in Japan," International Journal of Innovation Management14 (2), 201-219 (2010).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Public Coordination for Escaping from Technological Lock-in: Its Possibilities and Limits in Replacing Diesel Vehicles with Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles in Tokyo," Journal of Cleaner Production17 (14), 1281-1288 (2009).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Promoting Green Innovation or Prolonging the Existing Technology: Regulation and Technological Change in the Chlor-Alkali Industry in Japan and Europe," Journal of Industrial Ecology11 (4), 117-139 (2007).

Books and Book Chapters

  • Barrett, Brendan, Andrew DeWit, and Yarime, Masaru, "Japanese Smart Cities and Communities: Integrating Technological and Institutional Innovation for Society 5.0," in Hyung Min Kim, Soheil Sabri, and Anthony Kent, eds., Smart Cities for Technological and Social Innovation: Case Studies, Current Trends, and Future Steps, London: Academic Press, 73-94 (2021).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Governing Data-driven Innovation for Sustainability: Opportunities and Challenges of Regulatory Sandboxes for Smart Cities," in AI for Social Good, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), and Google, 180-202 (2020).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Facilitating innovation for smart cities: the role of public policies in the case of Japan, Smart Cities in Asia: Governing Development in the Era of Hyper-Connectivity / Edited by Yu-Min Joo and Teck-Boon Tan. Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, 2020, p. 93-106, Ch. 6 (2020).
  • Tantiwechwuttikul, Ranaporn; Yarime, Masaru; Ito, Kohzo, , Solar Photovoltaic Market Adoption: Dilemma of Technological Exploitation vs Technological Exploration, Technologies and Eco-innovation towards Sustainability II / Allen H. Hu, Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Tsai Chi Kuo, and Shana Smith, editors. Singapore : Springer, 2019, p. 215-227 (2019).
  • Kharrazi, Ali; Akiyama, Tomohiro; Yarime, Masaru, Resilience Thinking and Sustainable Development, Encyclopedia of Sustainability in Higher Education / Walter Leal Filho. Springer, 2019 (2019).
  • Tantiwechwuttikul, Ranaporn; Yarime, Masaru, Financing Solar Photovoltaic Transitions: From Utility to Residential Market Adoption in Emerging Economies, Handbook of Green Finance: Energy Security and Sustainable Development / Editors: Jeffrey Sachs, Woo Wing Thye, Naoyuki Yoshino, and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary. Switzerland : Springer, 2019, p. 405-423, Book series: Sustainable Development (2019).
  • Yarime, Masaru, and Martin Karlsson, "Examining Technological Innovation Systems of Smart Cities: The Case of Japan and Implications for Public Policy and Institutional Design," in Jorge Niosi, ed., Innovation Systems, Policy and Management, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 394-417 (2018).
  • Nyberg, Roy, and Yarime, Masaru, "Assembling a Field into Place: Smart City Development in Japan," in Marc-David Seidel and Henrich Greve, eds., Emergence, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 50, Bingley: Emerald, 253-279 (2017).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Implementing Technology Assessment through Stakeholder Platforms: Strategic Resource Logistics for Socially Robust Models of Sustainability Innovation," in Antonio Moniz and Kumi Okuwada, eds., Technology Assessment in Japan and Europe, Karlsruhe: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Scientific Publishing, 129-145 (2016).
  • Trencher, Gregory, Daniel Rosenberg Daneri, Kes McCormick, Toru Terada, John Petersen, Yarime, Masaru, and Bernadett Kiss, "The role of students in the co-creation of transformational knowledge and sustainability experiments: Experiences from Sweden, Japan and the USA," in Walter Leal and Luciana Brandli, eds., Engaging Stakeholders in Education for Sustainable Development at University Level, Berlin: Springer, 191-215 (2016).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Integrated Solutions to Complex Problems: Transforming Japanese Science and Technology," in Frank Baldwin and Anne Allison, eds., Japan: The Precarious Future, New York: New York University Press and the United States Social Science Research Council (SSRC), 213-235 (2015).
  • Mochizuki, Yoko, and Yarime, Masaru, "Chapter 1 - Education for Sustainable Development and Sustainability Science: Re-purposing Higher Education and Research," in Matthias Barth, Gerd Michelsen, Marco Rieckmann, and Ian Geoffrey Thomas, eds., Routledge Handbook of Higher Education for Sustainable Development, London: Routledge, 11-24 (2015).
  • Yarime, Masaru, and Ali Kharrazi, "Understanding the Environment as a Complex Natural-Social System: Challenges and Opportunities for Public Policies," in Bernardo Alves Furtado, Patrícia A. M. Sakowski, and Marina H. Tóvolli, eds., Modeling Complex Systems for Public Policies, Brasilia: Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA), Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of the Presidency of the Republic, Federal Government of Brazil, 127-140 (2015).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Cynthia Carliell-Marquet, Deborah T. Hellums, Yuliya Kalmykova, Daniel J. Lang, Quang Bao Le, Dianne Malley, Kazuyo Matsubae, Makiko Matsuo, Hisao Ohtake, Alan Omlin, Sebastian Petzet, Roland W. Scholz, Hideaki Shiroyama, Andrea E. Ulrich, and Paul Watts, "Dissipation and Recycling: What Losses, What Dissipation Impacts, and What Recycling Options?" in Roland. W. Scholz, Amit. H. Roy, Fridolin S. Brand, Deborah. T. Hellums & Andrea. E. Ulrich, eds., Sustainable Phosphorus Management: A Global Transdisciplinary Roadmap, Dordrecht: Springer, 247-274 (2014).
  • Gomes, Catarina, and Yarime, Masaru, "Diversity of Human Capital as a Driver for Corporate Responsibility Engagement: The Case of the Luxury Industry," in Miguel Angel Gardetti and Ana Laura Torres, eds., Sustainable Luxury: Managing Social and Environmental Performance in Iconic Brands, Sheffield, United Kingdom: Greenleaf Publishing, 148-162 (2014).
  • Orsato, Renato J., Marc Dijk, Rene Kemp, and Yarime, Masaru, "The Electrification of Automobility: The Bumpy Ride of Electric Vehicles towards Regime Transition," in Frank Geels, Rene Kemp, Geoff Dudley, and Glenn Lyons, eds., Automobility in Transition? A Socio-Technical Analysis of Sustainable Transport, London: Routledge, 205-228 (2012).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Challenges and Opportunities in Sustainability Science: A Perspective Based on Research and Educational Experiences," in Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI), ed., Higher Education in the World 4: Higher Education Committed to Sustainability - From Understanding to Action, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 254-258 (2011).
  • Fadeeva, Zinaida, Laima Galkute, Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Dzulkifli Abdul Razak, Miguel Chakon, and Yarime, Masaru, "University Appraisal for Diversity, Innovation and Change towards Sustainable Development: Can it be done?" in Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI), ed., Higher Education in the World 4: Higher Education Committed to Sustainability - From Understanding to Action, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 308-313 (2011).
  • Alvial-Palavicino, Carla, and Yarime, Masaru, "Sharing and Shaping Perceptions: Dialogues with Expertise in the Deployment of Renewable Energy Technologies," in Matthew Cotton and Bernardo Heisler Motta, eds., Engaging with Environmental Justice: Governance, Education and Citizenship, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 189-200 (2011).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Exploring Sustainability Science: Knowledge, Institutions, and Innovation," in Hiroshi Komiyama, Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Hideaki Shiroyama, and Takashi Mino, eds., Sustainability Science: A Multidisciplinary Approach, Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 98-111 (2011).
  • Yarime, MasaruFrom End-of-Pipe Technology to Clean Technology: Environmental Policy and Technological Change in the Chlor-Alkali Industry in Japan and Europe, Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag, 472 pages (2009).
  • Yarime, Masaru, Hideaki Shiroyama, and Yusuke Kuroki, "The Strategies of the Japanese Auto Industry in Developing Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles," in Lynn Mytelka and Grant Boyle, eds., Making Choices about Hydrogen: Transport Issues for Developing Countries, Tokyo: United Nations University Press; and Ottawa: IDRC Press, 187-212 (2008).
  • Yarime, Masaru, "Innovation on Clean Technology through Environmental Policy: Emergence of the Ion Exchange Membrane Process in the Japanese Chlor-Alkali Industry," in Saeed Parto and Brent Herbert-Copley, eds., Industrial Innovation and Environmental Regulation: Developing Workable Solutions, Ottawa: IDRC Press; and Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 174-199 (2007).
Special Issues/Collections of Journal Articles
  • Data and Sustainability, Editor: Yarime, Masaru, Data & Policy, Cambridge University Press.
  • Data for Development Policy: Risk, Equity, and Solving Complex Problems with Limited Resources, Editors: Didier Alia (University of Washington), C. Leigh Anderson (University of Washington), Amparo Palacios López (World Bank Group), Federico Trindade (University of Washington), and Yarime, Masaru, Data & Policy, Cambridge University Press.
  • Data Governance for Innovation in Sustainable Smart Cities, Editors: Yarime, Masaru and Dorota Dominika Kamrowska-Zaluska (Gdansk University of Technology), Frontiers in Sustainable Cities - Innovation and Governance.