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Created in 2009 within EHESS, the Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS (FFJ) aims to promote exchanges in the human and social sciences between Japan and France on subjects of general interest.

The main themes of FFJ are:

    • Asian Capitalisms: Diversity and Institutional Change
    • Re-exploring the World and Breaking Down Barriers Between Cultural Areas
    • Thinking Innovation through the Interactions between Science, Culture and Society
    • Rethinking Global Cities: Global Issues and Local Practices
    • Inequality & Social Policies

FFJ Discussion Paper Series

In addition to the usual publications related to research activities (articles, special issues of journals and books), FFJ has established a series of working papers in the humanities and social sciences written by researchers related to FFJ. Since January 2018, these working papers have been submitted to an Editorial Board responsible for ensuring the scientific quality of the papers of the series.






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