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30 octobre - 22 novembre 2018

Cycle de conférences : Shogo Takegawa (Université de Tokyo)

Shogo Takegawa (Université de Tokyo) est invité à l'EHESS dans le cadre du programme de professeurs invités de l'EHESS. Il donnera quatre conférences entre octobre et novembre 2018.

Social Policy in Japan
30 octobre 2018 (15:00-17:00) - Room A07_37 (EHESS, 54 bd Raspail 75006 Paris)
Lecture organized by the Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS.

Social Attitudes towards Income Redistribution in Japan
13 novembre 2018 (14:00-16:00) - Room 8 (EHESS, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris)
Lecture organized by the Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS.
Discussant: Arnaud Lefranc (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)

Paradox of Welfare in Japan
15 novembre 2018 (17:00-19:00) - Room 481C (Université Paris Diderot, bâtiment C, 5 rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris)
In the framework of the “Seminar on Contemporary Japan” (Inalco-Paris 7) organized by Arnaud Grivaud (Inalco) et Kanae Sarugasawa (Paris 7). The session will also include a lecture by Robert Boyer (EHESS, Institut des Amériques).

Varieties of Welfare Capitalism in East-Asia
22 novembre 2018 (15:00-17:00) Room 3 (EHESS, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris)
In the framework of the EHESS seminar organized by Yohann Aucante « Les réformes de la protection sociale : perspectives internationales comparées ».

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22 novembre 2018

Workshop inaugural : Global Islamic Market: Asian Perspectives on the Diversity of Capitalism

Workshop inaugural du projet financé par PSL, IRIS Études Globales : "Global Islamic Market: Asian Perspectives on Diversity of Capitalism".

This inaugural conference seeks to reexamine the history of Islamic economies. If the modern Islamic economies are rooted in the reformist movement in today’s Pakistan, our knowledge of financial transactions in the Muslim World must date to ancient Islamic jurisprudence and Jewish manuscripts written in the Middle Ages. What kind of normative transformation has occurred in the evolution of Islamic economic ideas of Islam? How have these ancient manuscripts been interpreted to bring them into more modern contexts, especially with regard to geographical and doctrinal differences? How can the development of Islamic capitalism be understood in the context of the global economic system, which includes the secular and non-Muslim world? The objective of this conference is to understand discuss the historical, political and social context of the birth of Islamic capitalism to further the discussion on the formation of the “Global Islamic Market.”

  • Date : 22 novembre 2018
  • Lieu : PSL Université (60 rue Mazarine, Paris)
  • Intervenants : Pascal Buresi (EHESS), Frédéric Coste (Sciences Po), Mohammed Hocine Benkheira (EPHE), Kaouther Jouaber-Snoussi (University of Dauphine), Bochra Kammarti (EHESS), Yana Pak (EHESS), Patricia Sloane-White (University of Delaware, US), Shin Yasuda (Takasaki City University of Economics), ...
  • Ouverture : Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS)
  • Inscription obligatoire à ffj@ehess.fr
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14 & 15 décembre 2018

Workshop : 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.


5 février 2019

Journée doctorale : L’économie alternative : religiosité, ruralité et migration

Journée doctorale organisée dans le cadre du Projet Campus Condorcet 2018-2019.

L’objectif de cette journée est de réfléchir à la question de l’économie alternative voire morale à l’heure actuelle en croisant différents travaux empiriques, théoriques et méthodologiques de jeunes chercheurs portant sur des aires géographiques diverses (Afrique, Asie, monde musulman).
Par économie alternative, on entend les types d’entraide sociale, les systèmes normatifs de référence, les formes de liens sociaux ou politiques et leurs métamorphoses, notamment dans les groupes restreints d’appartenance et leurs réseaux d’échange.

  • Date : 5 février 2019
  • Lieu : EHESS, Paris
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18 & 19 Mars 2019

Workshop International : Inequalities and Preference for Redistribution, Second Edition

Workshop organized in the framework of the research project "Inequalities and Preference for Redistribution" supported by the Toyota Foundation.

  • Date : March 18th & 19th 2019
  • Lieu : EHESS, Paris