June Workshop 2017 - ABOUT

June Workshop 2017

 

June Workshop 2017
Preliminary Results Workshop, June 21 - 22

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Conference Venue


Campus Duisburg
NanoEnergieTechnikZentrum
NETZ Building - Room 2.42
Carl-Benz-Straße 199 | 47057 Duisburg
June 21: 09.30-17.15
June 22: 09.00-16.45

About

Like every year, the “June Workshop” is the highlight of the GRK 1613/2 “Risk and East Asia” and will take place on the 21st and 22nd June. Our second year PhD students, who will have just returned from East Asia after their 9 month field work stay, will present their findings to a panel of renowned scholars. These scholars will help them with constructive feedback.

Participation in the June Workshop is by invitation only. If you are interested in participating, please get in contact with Vinita Samarasinghe.
(GRK coordinator, riskandeastasia@uni-due.de)

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Program

 

Wednesday, June 21, 2016
09.00–09.30 Registration
09.30–09.45 Opening Remarks Prof. Flemming CHRISTIANSEN, PhD
09.45–10.30 Aimi MURANAKA, “Supply of Foreign Skilled Labor by Japanese Companies: Case of IT Workers and Engineers from Vietnam”
10.30–11.15 Benjamin RABE, “The Changing Composition of Actors in Japanese Regional Innovation Clusters”
11.15–11.30 Tea/Coffee
11.30–12.15 Yu ZOU, “Decentralization and institutionalized cooperation and forest self-governance in China, theory and experiment”
12.15–13.30 LUNCH
13.30–14.15 Lia MUSITZ, "China’s E-Government and the rise of information technologies as legal actors"
14.15–15.00 Connor MALLOY, “Practicing livelihood and identity: A study of the (re)production of Muslim ethnic spaces in urban China”
15.00–15.30 Tea/Coffee
15.30–16.15 Antonia HMAIDI
16.15–17.00 Diana SCHÜLER, “New hopes, new risks - Entrepreneurship as occupational choice in the midst of institutional change in South Korea"
16.45-17.15 Announcements by the Speaker

 

Thursday, June 22, 2016
09.00-09.45 Dominique MIGUEL BORM, “#mediastrategy: Japanese social movement organisations and the media in the internet era"
09.45–10.30 Ying DING, “The Sibe Persistency: Why to maintain the Sibe language in Chabchal?”
10.30–10.45 Tea/Coffee
10.45–11.15 Anna VAINIO, “Un-pausing communities: Social construction of post-disaster future of Tohoku”
11.15–12.00 Lassi LAINE, “Fragile futures? - Precarious work and Chinese college graduates’ middle class aspirations”
12.00-13.15 LUNCH
13.15-14.00 Ningjing GE, "Corruption and unorthodox social norms in post-transitional China"
14.00-14.45 Hai GUO, “The use and abuse of rankian historiography: A case-study of the Japan-China joint research comittee”
14.45–15.15 Tea/Coffee
15.15-16.00 Elizaveta PRIUPOLINA, "Changing patterns of Sino-Russian partnership: mutual perceptions and strategic debates"
16.00-16.45 Jiajia MA, “The risk-sharing institutions of labor adjustments in the industrial development in China”
16.45-17.30 Closing remarks