Paul Talcott

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Freie Universität Berlin

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Academic Career

2009

FU Berlin, Japan Seminar, Advanced Research Fellow

2005-2006

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Visiting Research Fellow

2002-2006

Emory University, Department of Political Science, Assistant Professor

2000-2002

University of Tokyo, Institute for Social Science, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

1999-2000

Harvard University, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, Postdoctoral Fellow

1999

Harvard University, Department of Government, Ph.D.

Teaching Experience

SS 2011

Social Policy in Japan / FU Berlin, Japan Seminar

WS 2010/11

Public Policy in Japan / FU Berlin, Japan Seminar

WS 2009/10

The Politics of Elderly Policy in Japan / FU Berlin, Japan Seminar

WS 2008/9

Methods in Japanese Studies / FU Berlin, Japan Seminar

WS 2008/9

Translation Workshop, Demographic Change in Japan /  FU Berlin, Japan Seminar

2002-2005

Graduate and Undergraduate Courses in Comparative Politics, Public Policy, Health Policy, and East Asian Politics / Emory University, Atlanta, USA

Selected Publications

with Koichi Kawabuchi: Getting Vaccine Policy Right: A global-standard comprehensive policy for Japan, Shakai Hoken Junpo (Social Insurance News) 2413-2414 (February 1, February 11, 2010), 14-20, 20-27 (in Japanese).

Political Parties and the Aging Society, in: Florian Coulmas (ed.): The Demographic Challenge. A Handbook about Japan, 2008.

The Politics of Japan's Long Term Care Insurance System, in: Harald Conrad and Ralph Luetzeler (eds.): Aging and Social Policy. A German-Japanese Comparison, Munich 2003, Iudicium, 89-121.

 

Selected Presentations

The Regionalization of Japanese Health Care Policy, Nissan Seminar, St. Antony's College, Oxford University, May 2012.

Japanese Health Policy in a Regional Perspective, Risk in East Asia RTG, Duisburg University, December 2011

Roundtable on East Asian Studies (Chair), New Research Trends in Contemporary Asian Studies, Institute of Asian Affairs, Berlin, May 2006.

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