The third INCAS annuel meeting will take place at the St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, from 25th May to 26th May 2017.
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« Understanding institutional change in Asia: A comparative perspective with Europe », 15-17 September, 2016, Tokyo
The 15th EAJS International Conference will be held from 30 August to 2 September 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal. The European Association for Japanese Studies invites paper and panel proposals for the forthcoming 15th EAJS International Conference. Panel and paper proposals should be written in English and submitted no later than 14 December 2016.
The Khazanah Institute, the French Embassy in Malaysia and the Malaysia France University Centre are organizing the Franco-Malaysian international conference entitled « The Malaysian capitalism in comparative perspective », which will take place on 7-8th November 2016 Kuala Lumpur.
Abenomics initially generated high expectations, but the mood has currently shifted to present it as another failed economic experiment. Opinions on Abenomics are however often closed to caricatures. It is thus crucial to provide a critical and balanced evaluation.
Seminaire doctoral de la Maison franco-japonaise : Économie Politique de la Promotion des Startups en Corée du Sud
Cette présentation de Pauline Debanes porte sur les transformations institutionnelles sous-jacentes à l’émergence et au développement de l’écosystème des startups en Corée du Sud depuis la fin des années 1990. Les aspects clés mis en avant sont : le contexte plus général de financiarisation et le rôle de l’État.
The 2nd annual meeting of the INCAS project will be held at Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan), from 15th to 17th September 2016.
Angelo Riva will held a special seminar at the Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies(IMES), Bank of Japan, Tokyo on June 27th, 2016.
A series of conferences by Kathleen Thelen, Ford Professor of Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Directrice d’étude invitée at the EHESS (june 2016).
Angelo Riva will be taking part of the Organizational and Financial Economics Seminar organised by the Waseda Institute for Advanced Studies, on May 16th, 2016.
This lunch seminar offers a presentation followed by a discussion dedicated to a specific issue of the time and aims to bring a better understanding of Japanese economy and society.
Revue de la régulation seeks to provide a forum for research in the field of regulationist studies and, more broadly, for the full spectrum of institutionalist approaches in economics and beyond. The journal seeks above all to foster a broad discussion that includes other social sciences such as economic sociology, history, political science, management, etc.
The 2016 SASE conference in Berkeley, California, hosted by the University of California, Berkeley from 24 – 26 June 2016, will seek contributions that explore the relationship between economy and morality from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives, reaching back to SASE’s origins and moving forward into new territories. Fiat Lux!
Business history around the World – today & tomorrow Thursday 25 – Saturday 27 August 2016, Bergen, Norway Today business and globalization are under fire. Both multinational and local businesses are challenged by a combination of an insecure macroeconomic environment and expectations about commerce’s social role. Recent economic data has called into question the inevitability of high growth rates in even the most dynamic emerging markets, such as China and Brazil, and raised questions about the viability of old and new business models. Much of Europe has not completely recovered from the 2008 Crisis and its aftershocks. In contrast to many...
7th Annual Conference in Political Economy
Call for Papers and Activist Proposals
Political Economy: International Trends and National Differences
September 7 – 9, 2016
School of Economics & Management, University of Lisbon
The Seventh Annual Conference in Political Economy will review the development of political economy in response to the crisis, and the emergence and renewal of political economy in different countries and regions. In doing this, this Conference will:
Examine emerging traditions, and compare and contrast their approaches and insights with those of existing schools of political economy.
Contribute to the further enrichment of political economy in the context of the ongoing crisis and the apparent, if uneven, loss of dynamism of global capitalism.
Highlight the points of contact between political economy and the modalities of activism that have prospered since the onset of the global crisis.