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Webinar: 2022 IDSSP-JASID Research Seminar-The 5th TU-RIPS Seminar on Sept. 25th, 2022 [for Members and Generals]

2022 IDSSP-JASID Research Seminar-The 5th TU-RIPS Seminar on Sept. 25th, 2022 We are pleased to announce that there will be a research seminar on business innovation during the crises. We have invited a guest speaker and a commentator from Sri Lanka, who are famous in this field. Business Innovation During the Crises: no trade-off between human rights and business performance Date: Sunday, September 25th, 2022 Time: 15:00-16:30 (JST, GMT+9) Place: Online, Zoom This seminar...

Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #13, on June 30 [for Members and Generals]

The Kyoto Environment and Development seminar series (zoom) are open to anyone, and so feel free to join us. For participation, prior registration is required here. https://sites.google.com/view/aes-kyotonre Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #13 June 30 How do small-scale cassava farmers overcome global issues? –cassava profit and technical efficiency in Cambodia Date&Time: June 30 Thus, 10:30-11:30 (JST) Language: English Venue: Zoom Web Seminar Speaker: Hisako Nomura (Kyusyu University) Abstract: Abstract: Cassava farmers are facing economic...

CSHE Online Zoom Seminar ”Higher Education and its Research in Cambodia: For what and for whom?”

The higher education and its research in Cambodia was developed not only recent, but also uneven. The first modern university was established only in 1960 and expanded briefly before it was interrupted by the first civil war (1970-1975) and was shuttered by the Khmer Rouge regime (1975-1979). It then remained underdeveloped during the second civil war (1979-1991). Only fairly recently has higher education and its research become an important pillar of Cambodian development strategy...

Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #11, on June 9 [for Members and Generals]

The Kyoto Environment and Development seminar series (zoom) are open to anyone, and so feel free to join us. For participation, prior registration is required here. https://sites.google.com/view/aes-kyotonre Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #11 June 9 Verifying seafood ecolabeling as a certification of sustainable fish stock Date & Time: June 9, 2022, Thursday, 10:30-11:30 (JST) Language: English Venue: Zoom Web Seminar Speaker: Hiroki Wakamatsu (PRIMAFF: Policy Research Institute of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and...

Special Talk Session with Prof. Arturo Escobar ‘Encountering Development’ Revisited: In Search of Pluriversal Transitions

The modernist project of development after the Second World War imposed a onesided view of the world, reducing diverse cultural realities to an abstract market principle and thus causing loss of cultural autonomy, environmental destruction, climate change and social exclusion. Encountering Development (1995), arguably Arturo Escobar’s most influential book, provides systematic analysis of development discourses and governmentality in Latin America and explores a new era of ‘post development’ that can be gleaned from pluriversal...

Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #10, on May 26 [for Members and Generals]

The Kyoto Environment and Development seminar series (zoom) are open to anyone, and so feel free to join us. For participation, prior registration is required here. https://sites.google.com/view/aes-kyotonre Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #10 Date & Time: May 26, 2022, Thursday, 16:45-17:45 (JST) Language: English Venue: Zoom Web Seminar Speaker: Stein Holden (Norwegian University of Life Sciences) Title: Is diminishing impatience in time-dated risky prospects explained by probability weighting? (Paper: https://www.nmbu.no/download/file/fid/54426 This is work in progress that...

Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #9, on May 19 [for Members and Generals]

The Kyoto Environment and Development seminar series (zoom) are open to anyone, and so feel free to join us. For participation, prior registration is required here. https://sites.google.com/view/aes-kyotonre Kyoto Environment and Development Seminar #9 Date & Time: May 19, 2022, Thursday, 10:30-11:30 (JST) Language: English Venue: Zoom Web Seminar Speaker: Ai Takeuchi (Ritsumeikan University) Title: Flood risk and household waste management: An experimental study of the effect of information provision on the avoidance of probabilistic...

Activity Report of the Research Group: ”Innovation and Development for Solving Social Problems” 

Research Group: ”Innovation and Development for Solving Social Problems”                   This research group (RG) was proposed last year to aim for discussing innovative approaches to tackle social problems, which are common in the world and need attention. The research topic also reflects on the theme of the 31st JASID Annual Conference, organized by Tsuda University, which commemorated its 120th anniversary in 2020; “Time for Change: Innovation for Inclusive Society”. Members consist of the Executive Chair,...

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