Ali Kharrazi is Assistant Professor at the Global Education for Innovation and Leadership Program at the University of Tokyo, Japan, and Guest Research Scholar at the Advanced Systems Analysis Group, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria. Previously he was a Researcher at the Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo, Japan. His research focus is on advancing and applying the concept of resilience through data-driven approaches for Sustainable Development Goals in water, energy, food, trade, and urban systems.
Ecological Networks Environmental Science and Management Environmental Sciences International Trade and Trade Policy network science Resilience Sustainability Sustainability Science sustainable development System resilience
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