Integrated Global Models of Sustainable Development

Edited by : Akira Onishi

Centre for Global Modeling, Japan

Futures of Global Interdependence Modeling System: Integrated Global Model for Sustainable Development

Akira Onishi, Center for Global Modeling, FOST (Foundation for Fusion of Science and Technology), Japan

Masahiro Onishi, The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Japan

World3 and Strategem: History, Goals, Assumptions, Implications

Dennis Meadows, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research, University of New Hampshire, USA

The World Input-Output Model (WIOM)

Wassily Leontief, Institute of Economic Analysis, New York University, USA
Akira Onishi, Centre for Global Modeling, Japan

The Project LINK Model

Lawrence R. Klein, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, USA

International Futures Simulations (IFS) Model

Barry Bernard Hughes, Graduate School for International Studies, University of Denver, USA

The Futures of Global Interdependence (FUGI) Model

Akira Onishi, Centre for Global Modeling, Japan

The Revised Minimum Standard Model Extended (RMSM-X)

Thilak Ranaweera, Development Data Group, World Bank, USA
Jos Verbeek, The World Bank, USA

The Threshold 21: National Sustainable Development Model

Weishuang Qu, Gerald O. Barney, Douglas Symalla, and Leslie Martin, Millennium Institute, USA

Global Modeling and Reasoning Support Tools

Narasingarao Sreenath, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University, USA

Integrated Assessment: Implications of Uncertainty

Hadi Dowlatabadi, Center for Integrated Study of the Human Dimensions of Global Change, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Development Planning: PANGAEA-Gaming Simulation Exercise for Training in Sustainable Regional Development

Hideki Kaji, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University, Japan
Yasunori Minagawa, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD), Japan
Hidehiko Kanegae, Department of Social Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Technology Assessment: Dynamic New Earth 21 Model

Kenji Yamaji, Department of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Economy-Energy-Environment: The 3E COMPASS Model

Kimio Uno, Keio University, Japan

Refugees and Social Justice: The GEWS (Global Early Warning System) Model

Akira Onishi, Centre for Global Modeling, Japan

Global Information and Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture

Abbur Rashid, Global Information and Early Warming System, FAO, Italy

The Regional Air Pollution Information and Simulation (RAINS) Model

Markus Amann, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria

Integrated World Model (IWM) (Regional World IV)

Frederick O. Kile, Microtrend, USA


Fred Haslam, Vancouver, Washington, USA

Global Recall and Networld Game: Global Access to Global Models

Medard Gabel, World Game Institute, USA

The EITF World Econometric Model: A Multisectoral Approach for Output and Foreign Trade

Shuntaro Shishido, Economic Research Institute for Northeast - ERINA, Japan

The FUGI Global Model 9.0 M200

Akira Onishi, Centre for Global Modeling, Japan

Methodologies of Modeling and Simulations of Global Systems

Akira Onishi, Centre for Global Modeling, Japan