Coordinator of the INCAS project
Topics: labor economy, political economy of institutional change, study of inequalities and welfare, Japan, Korea.
Topics: Economic institutions, capitalism, labor institutions, technical change, institutional macroeconomics, economic history, financial crises, and European integration.
Topics: Issues of access to urban resources in Japan’s shrinking suburbs, socio-spatial transformations.
Topics: Newspaper industry, evolution of managerial practices in Japanese companies, recruitment policies, careers paths
Thesis: Journalistic practices and labour market transformations in Japanese newspaper industry.
Topics: Korea, State theory, political economy, regulation theory.
Thesis title: The changing form of the State and the financialization process in South Korea since the Asian crisis – under the supervision of Prof. Sebastien Lechevalier, Department of Spaces, Societies and Development, EHESS, Paris, France.
Topics: Economics, The History of Monetary and Financial Markets and Institutions.
Thesis title: The economic role of regional stock exchanges in XIX century France – under the supervision of Prof.Pierre-Cyril Hautcoeur, Paris School of Economics, EHESS, Paris, France.
Topics: International Trade, Corporate Finance, International Finance.
Topics: Internationalization Strategy, Global Value Chain, Institutional Logic.
Topics: management studies, strategic alliances in automotive industry.
Topics: Urban policy studies, political analysis of the sustainability development in Japan in comparative perspective with Europe and Africa
Topics: Japanese economic policy
Topics: economic history, banking and finance, financial institutions, sociology, geography.
Topics: Consumer finance market, institutional changes, Japan, political salience, household’s indebtedness, Japan.
Thesis title: Personal Loans regulation in Japan. A Political Economy History – under the supervision of Prof. Pierre-Cyril Hautcoeur, EHESS, Paris, France.
Topics: Comparative political economy and international political economy with an empirical focus on China, Japan, and Korea.
Topics: Modern Japanese History, cultural history of modern warfare