Satish Joshi joined the faculty in 2000 to undertake research and teaching in the area of environmental and natural resource management and policy. His current research focuses on environmental life cycle analysis, corporate environmental management, alternative transportation fuels, biobased materials, and environmental accounting. His teaching interests include Corporate Environmental Management, Environmental Economics, Ecological Economics and Public Policy Analysis.
- Environmental policy analysis
- Corporate environmental management
- Economics and environmental performance of biofuels and biobased materials
- Regional impact assessment
Joshi, Satish V., Krishnan, Ranjani. 2010. Sustainability accounting systems with a managerial decision focus. Cost Management 24 (6): 20:30.
Sidique, Shaufique, Joshi, Satish V., Lupi, Frank. 2010. Factors influencing the rate of recycling: An analysis of Minnesota counties. Resources, Conservation & Recycling 54 (4): 242-249.
Zhang, Yimin, Joshi, Satish V., MacLean, Heather. 2010. Can Ethanol Alone Meet California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard? An Evaluation of Feedstock and Conversion Alternatives. Environmental Research Letters 5: 014002 (14 pp).
Gronowska, Magdelena, Joshi, Satish V., MacLean, Heather. 2009. A review of U.S. and Canadian biomass supply studies. BioResources 4 (1): 341-369.
Kumarappan, Subbu, Joshi, Satish V., MacLean, Heather. 2009. Biomass supply for biofuel production: Estimates for the United States and Canada. BioResources 4 (3): 1070-1089.
Joshi, Satish V. 2008. Can nanotechnology improve the sustainability of biobased products? The case of layered silicate biopolymer nanocomposites. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 12 (3): 474-489.
Carolan, J., Joshi, S. V., Dale, B. 2007. Technical and Financial Feasibility Analysis of Distributed Bioprocessing Using Regional Biomass Pre-Processing Centers. Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, 5(2). http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol5/iss2/art10/
Funded Research Projects
- Environmental and economic evaluation of cellulose derived fuels for the Canada/U.S. light-duty fleet
- Integrated economic and environmental protection assessment for Muskegon River watershed
- Design and engineering of green composites from bio-fibers and bioplastics