Toshio Katsukawa is an associate professor at Mie University in Japan.
He is a specialist of fisheries management theory and practice. He received PhD from University of Tokyo for studies of adaptive management theory, which was robust to uncertainty in stock assessment. He has been working for the reform of Japanese fisheries, and involved in the field study of fisheries management policy of many countries, including Norway. Recently, he has been supporting the reconstruction of fisheries suffered by Tsunami.