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Korea Project Seminar: Copyrights – Good or Bad for Creative Industries?

October 26 2016
Venue: South School Building, Keio University, 2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8345 Japan
Speakers: Patrick Messerlin, Stephen Ranger, Jimmyn Parc
Time: 10:00

2nd GEM Global Seminar

Introduction 10:00-10:30

  • Welcome Address: Dr. Miyuki Taniguchi, Keio University.
  • Introductory Remarks: Prof. Patrick Messerlin, ECIPE and Sciences Po Paris.

Session 1. 10:30-11:30. General Topics of Cultural Economics

Moderator: Prof. Patrick Messerlin, ECIPE and Sciences Po Paris.

Speakers:

  • Yuki Kumazoe, Keio University: Analyzing the Works of ITO JYAKUCHU from Cultural and Economic Perspectives.
  • Stephen Ranger, ECIPE: Understanding Hip Hop’s Rise to Success.
  • Miyuki Taniguchi, Keio University: The Relationship between Income Inequality and Cultural Consumption in Japan

Session 2. 11:30-13:00. Copyrights: Intents and Realities (Roundtable Discussion) 

 Participants:

  • Matthias Helble, Asian Development Bank Institute.
  • Adam Johns, Doshisha University.
  • Kyuchan Kim, Korea Culture and Tourism Institute.
  • Patrick Messerlin, Sciences Po Paris.
  • Jimmyn Parc, Sciences Po Paris and Seoul National University.
  • Christopher Pokarier, Waseda University.
  • Miyuki Taniguchi, Keio University.

Closing Remarks. 13:00. Christophe Pokarier (Waseda University) and Mathias Helble (Asian Development Bank Institute).

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