Maison Franco-japonaise: 日仏会館 Institut français de recherche sur le Japon à la Maison franco-japonaise (Umifre 19, MEAE-CNRS)

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Lunch Seminar on Japanese Economy and Society

Japanese perspective on European Union’s industry 5.0 policy

en anglais sans traduction
Date vendredi 17 mai 2024 / 12:30 - 14:00
Lieu room 601 & online
Conférencier Aleksandra KOBILJSKI (Senior Research Fellow at the French National Research Center CNRS)
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Speaker: Aleksandra Kobiljski, Senior Research Fellow (French National Research Center CNRS)  

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission launched a policy discussion on the theme of "Industry 5.0." While much of the policy debate centers around the aim of moving beyond efficiency and productivity as the twin goals of industry, it is also necessary to rethink the concept of efficiency in order to understand industry's continuing role in wider society. Redefining these parameters is as much a question of social imagination as it is a matter of technical capacity. Human experience remains a remarkably under-utilized resource in discussions of industrial efficiency and of industry's role in society. Drawing on concrete examples from Japan's industrial experience, this talk contributes to a rich vein of dialogue surrounding Industry 5.0 and the goals of our global industrial future. 

Aleksandra Kobiljski is a historian working on early Japanese industry. She currently runs J-InnovaTech, a European Research Council (ERC) funded project that looks into the structures of innovation and resilience in the strategic industries of 19th century Japan. Her research draws on human experiences in the recent past to enhance current understanding of industrial efficiency and performance metrics. Before joining CNRS, she taught history of technology at Harvard University. From 2018 to 2023, she was the director of the Japan Research Center at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences in Paris where she currently heads the Working Group on Environment, Industry and Technology.

Moderator: Raphaël Languillon-Aussel (FRIJ-MFJ)
Organization: FRIJ-MFJ
Support: CCI France Japon



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