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Bourses de voyage FFJ/SASE aux jeunes chercheurs

Depuis 2018, la Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS soutient les jeunes chercheurs participant à la conférence de la SASE en récompensant cinq chercheurs travaillant sur l'Asie pour la qualité de leurs propositions et de leur parcours. Les cinq lauréats se voient offrir un billet aller-retour pour la conférence et la SASE encourage l'initiative en les exonérant des frais d'inscription à la conférence.

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Lauréats des bourses de voyage FFJ/SASE 2018 

Gabriel Chiu, “Neoliberalism with Chinese Characteristics: The Spirit of Entrepreneurship in Beijing”

Gabriel Chiu is currently a PhD Candidate in Sociology with the Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development. Previously, he was a pre-doctoral fellow with the Stanford Center at Peking University, which served as an institutional base for his fieldwork in Beijing. His doctoral coursework was generously supported by the Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science & Engineering.

Sebastian Diessner, “The Spectre of Central Bankruptcy in Europe and Japan: Towards a Political Economy of Central Bank Capital”

Sebastian is a PhD candidate in Political Economy, working on the politics of central banking with special focus on comparing and contrasting the monetary policy-making of the European Central Bank with that of other major central banks. His research interests include central bank independence and accountability, Eurozone macroeconomic governance, financial regulation, and quantitative and qualitative methods in the social sciences.

Fumihito Gotoh, “Normative Constraints: Why Japan Resisted Financial Globalisation Unlike China”

Fumihito Gotoh is a doctoral researcher in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick, working under the co-supervision of Dr Timothy J. Sinclair and Professor Christopher W. Hughes. He obtained a BA in Economics from Keio University and an MSc in Politics of the World Economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Muhammad Rizky Prima Sakti, “Re-Defining Islamic Corporate Governance in Creating Participatory Society: An Islamic Moral Economy Perspective” (co-écrit avec Hajime Kamiyama et Mohammad Ali Tareq)

Muhammad Rizky Prima Sakti is a Senior Researcher at the ISEFID (Islamic Economic Forum for Indonesian Development). He also served as a Research Assistant at the IRTI - IDB. Recently, He is a Research Fellow (Islamic Finance) at University of Tsukuba, Japan. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in Management of Technology (Finance) from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Kuala Lumpur Campus.

Min Young Song, “Can Mothers Work Now? : The Expansion of Work-Life Balance Policies and the Employment Status of Women Having Young Children in South Korea”

Min Young Song is a PhD student of Social Policy program at Social Welfare Department of Ewha Womans University. She is interested in a broad range of topics including labour, gender, family, care and inequality. Specifically, she is planning to develop a comparative study on the parental leave policy of new welfare states for my doctoral thesis.