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DIJ DWIH Web-Forum“National Approaches to Systemic Risk Germany and Japan under the COVID-19 Crisis”

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Streamed live on May 26, 2020

[Update] You can now find all presentation slides available for download on the DIJ website: https://www.dijtokyo.org/de/event/nat...
(here you will also find a list of further questions of the audience, answered by the panellists)

[27 May 2020]  
The perception, assessment, communication and containment of risks is an ongoing challenge for individuals, organizations and societies at large. The present COVID-19 pandemic reveals the profound problems countries confront and the difficult trade-offs they have to make when facing systemic risks combined with a high degree of uncertainty. It also shows remarkable differences in the way national governments, businesses and citizens are prepared for and trying to cope with the various dimensions of the crisis. In our online forum, two leading risk researchers from Japan and Germany will analyze and evaluate the crisis responses in their countries. The discussion will explore the similarities and differences in the national approaches, possible reasons and implications.
 
Program (Japanese Time)
16:00 Introduction and welcome by Franz Waldenberger, DIJ
16:10 Keynote by Ortwin Renn, Director, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
16:30 Keynote by Norio Okada, Prof. em. Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute
16:50 Moderated discussion
17:25 Closing remarks by Franz Waldenberger, DIJ


Co-organised by:

German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ) https://www.dijtokyo.org
German Centre for Research and Innovation Tokyo (DWIH Tokyo) https://www.dwih-tokyo.org/de/

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