Japan-Insights – An Interview with Dr. Sébastien Lechevalier

Care-Led Innovation in Eldercare: A Three-Year Franco-Japanese Project Enters an Exciting New Phase

Japan-Insights met in Tokyo recently with Dr. Sébastien Lechevalier, a labor economist and professor whose work addresses innovation, institutional change, and public policy. As president of a foundation that promotes scholarly exchange between France and Japan, he also leads INNOVCARE, a multidisciplinary initiative supported by TIFO that aims to put well-being at the center of technological innovation, particularly in the field of eldercare. The project has grown to involve 60 individuals from 18 member institutions, seven of which are in Japan. Now in its third year, it is entering a new phase where the research being done may eventually inform national policy goals in France with regard to the long-term care of older adults.

Interview by Susan Rogers Chikuba

English

https://www.japan-insights.jp/index.html  (Japan-Insights top)

https://www.japan-insights.jp/stories/index.html  (story corner top)

https://www.japan-insights.jp/stories/stories06.html     (Sébastien Lechevalier story)

Japanese

https://www.japan-insights.jp/jp/index.html (Japan-Insights top)

https://www.japan-insights.jp/jp/stories/index.html  (story corner top)

https://www.japan-insights.jp/jp/stories/stories06.html (Sébastien Lechevalier story)



Cite this blog post
Sébastien Lechevalier (2023, December 19). Japan-Insights – An Interview with Dr. Sébastien Lechevalier. INNOVCARE. Retrieved June 22, 2024, from https://innovcare.hypotheses.org/2138

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