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CEAFJP DISCUSSION PAPERS 


"CEAFJP Discussion Paper Series" est une collection de documents de travail présentant les résultats bruts de recherches ou d'analyses. Ils sont publiés pour encourager discussion et commentaires sur des résultats tangibles des programmes de recherche CEAFJP.
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DP 18-05
 
Novembre 2018
 
Developments in Well-Being at Work in Japan: A Survey and a Comparison with France

Louise Baudrand (EHESS), César Castellvi (EHESS), Nao Kinoshita (EHESS), Adrienne Sala (Sciences Po Lyon), Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS, Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS)

DP 18-04
 
Novembre 2018
 
Understanding AI Driven Innovation by Linked Database of Scientific Articles and Patents

Kazuyuki Motohashi (University of Tokyo, NISTEP and RIETI), 2017 CEAFJP/Michelin Fellow

DP 18-03
 
Novembre 2018
 
The Yen Exchange Rate and the Hollowing-out of the Japanese Industry

Ansgar Belke (University of Duisburg-Essen) & Ulrich Volz (SOAS University of London, 2017 CEAFJP/Banque de France Fellow)

DP 18-02
 
Octobre 2018
 
Cross-cultural (France and Japan) and Multidisciplinary Discussion on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Naoko Abe (Chercheure associée au CEAFJP)

DP 18-01
 
Juillet 2018
 
Impact of Shareholder-Value Pursuit on Labor Policies at Japanese Joint-Stock Companies: Case of Nikkei Index 400

Kostiantyn Ovsiannikov (Université de Tsukuba) ; Lauréat 2018 du Prix FFJ/SASE du meilleur article.

DP 17-05
 
Novembre 2017
 
Female Board of Directors and Organisational Diversity in Japan

Yukie Saito (Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS, University of Geneva, Institut de Recherches Sociologiques)

DP 17-04
 
Août 2017
 
Keiretsu Divergence in the Japanese Automotive Industry: Why Have Some, But Not All, Gone?

Akira Takeishi (Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University; CEAFJP Visiting Researcher) et Yoshihisa Noro (Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.)

DP 17-03
 
Juin 2017
 
Globalization and Support for Unemployment Spending in Asia: Do Asian Citizens Want to Embed Liberalism?

Sijeong Lim (University of Amsterdam) et Brian Burgoon (University of Amsterdam) ; Lauréats du Prix SASE/FFJ du Meilleur Article.

DP 17-02
 
Avril 2017
 
Does “Driving Range” really matter? The hidden cost of Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles and the potentially new value proposition of Electric Vehicles: Two cases from countryside and urban side of Japan-

Hidetada Higashi (Valéo Research Fellowship 2016, Centre d’études avancées Franco-Japonais de Paris)


DP 17-01
 
Mars 2017
 
How can we understand the differences between France and Japan in the growth of shared mobility services? The paradox of trust and its social construction.

Naoko Abe (Renault Research Fellow 2016, Centre d’études avancées Franco-Japonais de Paris)


DP 16-03
 
Septembre 2016
 
Parameter Bias in an Estimated DSGE Model: Does Nonlinearity Matter? 

Yasuo Hirose (Faculty of Economics, Keio University) and Takeki Sunakawa (Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo)


DP 16-02
Avril 2016
 
Financialization and industrial policies in Japan and Korea: 
Evolving complementarities and loss of institutional capabilities


Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS), Pauline Debanes (EHESS), 
and Wonkyu Shin (Kyung Hee University) 




DP 16-01
Avril 2016
 
How Do Credit Hours Assure the Quality of Higher Education?
Time-Based vs. Competency-Based Debate


Ayaka Noda (National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education (NIAD-QE)



DP 15-04
Décembre 2015
 
Government policy and the evolution of Japan's photovoltaic industry, 1961-2014

Maki Umemura (Cardiff University, Michelin/CEAFJP Fellow)

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DP 15-03
Décembre 2015
 
Japan's Financial Crisis and Lost Decades

Naohisa Hirakata (Bank of Japan)
Nao Sudo (Bank of Japan)
Ikuo Takei (Bank of Japan)
Kozo Ueda (Waseda University, Banque de France Senior Fellow)

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DP 15-02
Mai 2015
 
Can Increased Public Expenditure Efficiency 
Contribute to the Consolidation of Public 
Finances in Japan?

Brieuc Monfort (chercheur associé au CEAFJP)

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DP 15-01
Mai 2015

Policy Regime Change Against Chronic 
Deflation? Policy Option under 
a Long-Term Liquidity Trap 

Ippei Fujiwara (RIETI, Keio University, Australian National University) 
Yoshiyuki Nakazono (Yokohama City University) 
Kozo Ueda (Wasede University, CEAFJP
 Banque de France Fellow)