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12 & 13 septembre 2018

Forum AEPD : Responding to Crises in East Asia

Second forum de l'AEPD, co-organisé par le GRIPS, le CSIS et la FFJ avec le soutien de la Japan Foundation.

  1. United States-China Relations and Future Security Arrangements in East Asia: An Overview
  2. Key Challenge One: South China Sea and Impact on ASEAN Stability
  3. Key Challenge Two: North Korea’s Nuclear Develoment and Geopolitical Implication
  4. Free Trade Vs Protectionism in the Era of Populism
  5. Asean and External Partners – How External Partners Contribute to Stability and Prosperity of ASEAN
  • Date : mercredi 12 et jeudi 13 septembre 2018
  • Lieu : GRIPS, Tokyo
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20-22 septembre 2018

Conférence annuelle INCAS : Understanding Institutional Change in Asia: A Comparative Perspective with Europe

  • Date : du 20 au 22 septembre 2018
  • Lieu : Université libre de Berlin
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14 & 15 décembre 2018

Labour Market Liberalisation after the Lehman Crisis
France, Germany and Japan in Comparative Perspective

Workshop co-organized by the Fondation France-Japon de L’EHESS in Paris, The Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB) and the German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ) in Tokyo.

The social and political costs of labour market inequalities are now widely acknowledged especially in countries with dual labour market structures like France, Germany and Japan. The workshop aims to shed light on this mixed picture of continuity and change by bringing together scholarship on France, Germany and Japan from all disciplines of the social sciences. The countries share many structural problems (e.g. dual labour market structure, limited mobility between standard and non-standard jobs) but differ with regard to their regulatory approaches and political and economic institutions. The comparison therefore allows exploring the changing politics of structural reform in economically advanced democracies as well as to readdress key questions in comparative political economy research, e.g. to what extent governments, employers and trade unions are willing and able to influence processes of liberalisation and mitigate resulting labour market dualisation.