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23 mars 2020

[Reporté] Workshop FFJ-Banque de France : Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy

This workshop is organized in collaboration with FFJ and the Banque de France by Tatsuyoshi Okimoto (2019 FFJ/Banque de France Fellow) and Urszula Szczerbowicz (Banque de France).

Over the last 20 years, there have been significant changes in the environment of the macroeconomy, particularly monetary policy. The Bank of Japan established the quantitative easing policy in March 2001 as a pioneer of so-called “unconventional monetary policies (UMPs).” After the global financial crisis hit the economy in 2008, many major central banks also started UMPs, such as large-scale asset purchases and negative interest rates. One obvious question regarding UMPs is their effects on the macroeconomy and financial markets domestically and internationally. There are also intensive studies on other issues in macroeconomics, such as fiscal and exchange rate policies and innovation and new technology. In this workshop, the researchers from France, Japan, and other countries discuss those issues in macroeconomics and monetary policy.

  • Date: 23 March 2020
  • Venue: Banque de France, Paris
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31 mars 2020

[Reporté] Conference: Benjamin Britten and Japan - From noh to opera - The case of Curlew River

This conference is co-organized by FFJ, Université de Paris and INALCO (Japanese studies department).

Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) is a British composer, conductor, violist and pianist. He is considered by critics to be one of the greatest musical creators of the twentieth century.

  • Date: 31 March 2020, 18.00 - 19.30
  • Venue: Campus Paris Diderot, Room 479 C
    Bâtiment des Grands Moulins (5 rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Pari)
  • Speaker: Jason James is Director General of the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, a charity working to strengthen links between the UK and Japan. Having originally been fascinated by Japan on a choir tour at the age of 13, he chose to study Japanese at King’s College, Cambridge, graduating First Class with Distinction in 1987. Subsequently he worked as a banker and as Director of the British Council in Japan, among other things. His interests in Japan range from the economy and financial markets to history and culture. As a boy, he sang the treble solos at Benjamin Britten’s memorial concert in London in 1976, and also the part of the “Spirt of the Boy” in Britten’s opera Curlew River.
  • Contact: cecile.sakai@univ-paris-diderot.fr

1er avril 2020

[Reporté] Table ronde : Innovation Beyond Technology

Une table ronde est organisée en collaboration avec la Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS (FFJ), l’Institut francilien recherche innovation société (IFRIS) et l’Institut interdisciplinaire de l’innovation (i3, UMR 9217), à l’occasion de la parution de l’ouvrage Innovation Beyond Technology aux éditions Springer.

Cet ouvrage est le fruit d’une collaboration étroite entre la JST, le CNRS et l’EHESS pour l’organisation de deux conférences en 2015 et 2016 : « Engaging Society in Innovation and Creativity: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Humanities » et « Innovation Beyond Technique ».
Ce projet repose sur une série de convictions : l’innovation ne se limite pas à l’innovation technologique ; la contribution des sciences humaines et sociales est cruciale pour analyser ses différents aspects ; l’approche interdisciplinaire aussi bien au sein des sciences humaines et sociales entre elles qu’avec les sciences naturelles est nécessaire à la bonne appréhension du sujet ; enfin, une collaboration entre la France et le Japon peut être bénéfique grâce à la complémentarité des approches de leurs communautés scientifiques respectives.
L’ouvrage présente une approche originale et véritablement interdisciplinaire de l'innovation par certains des meilleurs spécialistes du domaine en France et au Japon.

  • Date : 1er avril 2020, 18h - 19h30
  • Lieu : EHESS, Salle A7_37 (54 bd Raspail 75006 Paris)
  • Introduction : Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS, FFJ)
  • Intervenants : Pierre-Benoît Joly (IFRIS, LISIS), Sandra Laugier (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Brice Laurent (MINES ParisTech, CSI-i3)
  • Discutants : Anne Rasmussen (EHESS, Centre Alexandre Koyré), Franck Aggeri (MINES ParisTech, CGS-i3), Mireille Matt (IFRIS, LISIS)
  • À propos de l'ouvrage
  • Contact : ffj@ehess.fr
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