Dr. Paul Talcott

Freie Universität Berlin

programa trAndeS

Postgraduate Program on Sustainable Development and Social Inequalities in the Andean Region

Program Officer

Address
Boltzmannstr. 1
14195 Berlin

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.

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.