Webinar

Webinar n°1 – Regulation, innovation systems and anthropogenic hypothesis

Tuesday 19 October 2021, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Robert Boyer (Professor, EHESS) – “Why is the emergence of an anthropogenic mode so difficult”
  • Keun Lee (Professor, Seoul National University) – “Varieties of Capitalism and Innovation Systems, and Post Pandemic Reform of East Asian Capitalism”

Webinar n°2 – Pandemics, global health and Covid-19

Tuesday 16 November 2021, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Jean-Paul Gaudillière (Professor, EHESS-CERMES3) – “Globalization, health and the challenges of Covid-19 in Europe and Asia”
  • Kayo Takuma (Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University) – “Changing Global Health Governance and the role or technology in it”

Webinar n°3 – Global health, public health and biotech

Tuesday 21 December 2021, 3 pm to 5 pm (French time) – Online

  • Wen Hua Kuo (Professor, National Yang-Ming University) – “Medico-Political Landscape of Health Technology – Vaccine and Cross-Strait Politics”
  • Makiko Matsuo (Project Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, IFI) – “The Introduction of Genome Editing Technology in the Food-Agricultural Sector in Japan – A Successful Story?”
  • Yves Tiberghien (Professor, University of British Columbia) – “Comparative Covid-19 Governance: The East Asian Covid 19 Paradox”

Webinar n°4 – Asian capitalisms and innovation

Tuesday 18 January 2022, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Naonori Kodate (Associate Professor, University College Dublin) – “The role of Incident-Reporting systems for improving patient safety in Japanese Hospitals: A comparative perspective”
  • Sébastien Lechevalier (Professor, EHESS-CCJ-FFJ) – “An Asian – European perspective on Social system of innovation and diversity of capitalism: Why does it matter for health?”

Webinar n°5 – Local/grassroot innovation and democracy

Tuesday 15 February 2022, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Arisa Ema (Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, IFI) – “From Principles to Practices: Building an AI Governance Ecosystem and Framework for Risk Control”
  • Harilal Madhavan (Economist, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research) – “‘Frugality’ concept in innovations and its applications in resource-poor settings”

Webinar n°6 – Political economy/economies of innovation

Tuesday 15 March 2022, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Matthieu Montalban (Associate Professor, Université Bordeaux) – “Towards a transhumanist capitalism?”
  • Cornelia Storz (Chair and Academic Director, Goethe Universität) – “Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Institutions”

Webinar n°7 – Science and technology studies, expertise and gouvernance of innovation

Tuesday 19 April 2022, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

  • Jeehoon Ki (Associate researcher, KISTEP) 
  • Brice Laurent (Professor, Mines ParisTech) – “The politics of scaling”
  • Hideaki Shiroyama (Professor, The University of Tokyo) – “Governance of Complex Risks in Japan – the cases of Fukushima nuclear accident and COVID-19”

Webinar n°8 – Conclusion and preparation of July 2022 stays and conference

Tuesday 17 May 2022, 9 am to 11 am (French time) – Online

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