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Lunch Seminar on Japanese Economy and Society

The Autonomy of Universities and Keynes: the Question of Women's Degrees


en anglais sans traduction
Date vendredi 04 mars 2022 / 12:30–14:00
Lieu Online
Conférencier Atsushi KOMINE (Ryukoku University)

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The younger Keynes was a radical rebel against Victorian virtues, while the older Keynes became more conservative. The former valued aesthetic contemplation, love, and friendship highly, while the latter came to suit with secular values, a public sense of responsibility and some types of tradition. In 1920 Keynes turned 37, neither a young don nor old. The University problem, especially the specific topic of women’s degrees, involved both private matters and the public sphere. In this speech I’d like to shed light on the practical side of the economist Keynes (1883-1946) and draw three lessons. First, the relationship between gender bias and education. Secondly, the fundamental question of what a university has been. Thirdly, the contemporary significance of Keynes’s economic thought itself.

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Atsushi Komine received his Master’s and Ph.D in Economics from Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan. Since 2008, he has been Professor of the History of Economic Thought at Ryukoku University, Kyoto, now Dean of the Faculty of Economics. He served the 34th President of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought (JSHET). His contributions to academic fields include numerous articles and books, such as Keynes and his Contemporaries: Tradition and Enterprise in the Cambridge School of Economics (Routledge, 2014); W. H. Beveridge in Economic Thought: A Collaboration with J. M. Keynes (Showa-do, 2007); and Text Mining and the History of Economic Thought (ed. Nakanishiya, 2021). He has good memories of Nice and Lille, where he attended international conferences.

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