11月19日(金) | Zoom

E-Japan - How the pandemic opened the doors to increased digitalisation

Covid-19 has highlighted several obstacles for promoting digitalisation in Japanese society. But could this be a good thing? Join us for a lecture with Karen Ejersbo Iversen, sector specialist in digitalization at the Royal Danish Embassy.
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E-Japan - How the pandemic opened the doors to increased digitalisation

Time & Location

11月19日 16:00 – 17:15 JST
Zoom

About The Event

E-Japan - How the pandemic opened the doors to increased digitalisation

Despite numerous ambitious strategies for Japan to become an "IT-Superpower," the digital advancements in Japan are not as impressive as planned. Covid-19 has further highlighted several obstacles for promoting digitalisation in Japanese society. But could this be a good thing? 

DCCJ has invited Karen Ejersbo Iversen, sector specialist in digitalization at the Royal Danish Embassy, to give a lecture on digitalisation in Japan, past, present and future.

The event will take place on Zoom.

Program: 

  • 16:00 welcome 
  • 16:05 Lecture by Karen Ejersbo Iversen 
  • 16:45 Q&A

About Karen Ejersbo Iversen: 

Karen Ejersbo Iversen holds a Ph.D. in Japanese Economic Policy, is chief consultant at the Danish Agency for Digitisation, and former chairman of the Denmark-Japan Society. She has for several years studied Japanese public digitalization, also as guest researcher at Tokai University in 2019 and 2021. She is currently posted in Tokyo at the Embassy of Denmark in Japan as a sector specialist in digitalization.

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