Japan in the aftermath of the catastrophy: What consequences for the energy and economic policies
Japan has just experienced its most serious crisis since 1945. Beyond the drama of human suffering, this dual natural and nuclear catastrophe will have profound consequences for the country's economic, industrial and energy strategies.
To discuss the effects of this crisis, this seminar welcomes William Ramsay, Director of the Energy Program at Ifri, and Claude Meyer, researcher at the Groupe d'économie mondiale and professor at Sciences Po, Paris.
Chair: Céline Pajon, Research Fellow, Ifri Center for Asian Studies
The conference will be held in French and English.