International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia (ICSEA) 5th Conference

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Conference Venue

September 21-23, 2018 | Osaka, Japan

Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus (OIC) Building-B, 2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki, Osaka, JAPAN


Day 1, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21

Morning: Excursion Tour (under consideration)

    14:00 -               Registration

    16:20 to 18:00  Opening Plenary Session "Social Economy and Social Enterprise in Asia: Past and Future"
                                  at Conference Hall,  Building-B 1F
                     Keynote Speakers:
                     -Kawaguchi Kiyofumi,  "Japan's Social Economy and Social Enterprise Research: The place gone
                                                         by future" (Tentative title)
                                                         Former Ritsumeikan University President, Kyoto, Japan
                     -Yu-Yuan Kuan,  "International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia: A Retrospect since 2010
                                                 and the Future Outlook"
                                                 Professor of Social Welfare and Social Policy at National
                                                 Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan.

    18:30 to 20:00  Welcome Party at Camping Kitchen,  Building-A 1F
                                  Serving halāl friendly dishes is under consideration

Day 2, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22

 9:00 to 10:30  Parallel Session A
              A1: Paper Session "Community Development and Empowerment: Income Gap, Poverty,
                   and Sustainability of Rural and City (1)"  at Research Conference Room 1,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
              -Yoshinori Shimosakai, "Relevance of PPP and CSV: Case Study of Y-Port Project in Yokohama City"
              -Juzan Cho, "Business Development of Community Owned Sport Club and Social Enterprise:
                                    A Study based on Management Document of FC United of Manchester"
              -Kyoko Ichikawa, "Japan What do community organizations create through Service-Learning programs?"
                Moderator:  Katsutoshi Kaneko,  Osaka City University,  Japan

              A2: Paper Session "Social Inclusion and Diversity: Gender, Disability, Immigrant and Others (1)"
                      at Research Conference Room 2,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
              -Chao-Ching Wang,  "Marketization or De-Marketization" of the Provision of Childcare Service in Taiwan?
                                                An Analysis focusing on the Taiwanese Model of the Public-Sector Social Enterprises"
              -Tomoko Miura,        "A Study for the impact of Farmer-Consumer Partnership in Yuza town, in Yamagata
                                                prefecture"
              -Satoko Chikamoto,  "An Institutionalized Mecanisme of Supporting Families with Babies and Todolers
                                                in Japan: Focusing on the Movements of Non-profit Organaizations and 
                                                Consumer Co-operatives by Young Mothers"
                  Moderator:  Akira Kurimito,  Hosei University,  Japan

10:30 to 11:00  Coffee Break  at  Event Hall,   Building-B 1F

11:00 to 12:30  Parallel Session B
               B1: Paper Session   "Community Development and Empowerment: Income Gap, Poverty, and 
                                               Sustainability of Rural and City (2)"  at Research Conference Room 1,
                                               Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Hiroshi Tsutomi,   "Re-organizing Community as a mutual-aid entity A case from Shizuoka"
               -Jeremy September,  "The Influence of Circulation Efficiency on the Longevity of a Community
                                                  Currency Organization: A Dual Case Study"
               -Sang Hun Lim,      "Compressed Development, Welfare, and Social economy: Self-Sufficiency
                                               Communities in Korea"
                  Moderator:  Matsuyo Makino,  University of Hyogoy,  Japan

               B2: Paper Session  "Cross-Sector Collaboration and Competition (1)"  at Research Conference Room 2,
                                               Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Chie Shimizu,       "What is the motivation for members of international-NGOs to become a
                                              member and continue? From a marketing perspective"
               -Po Ying Amy Ho ,  "Sharing Economy in Hong Kong: an innovative strategy towards social transformation?"
               -Misa Aoki,              "Building Regional Economic Cycle through Cross-sector Collaboration: A Case of
                                              Kawakami Village in Nara Prefecture, Japan"
                  Moderator:  Satoko Chikamoto,  Consumer Co-operative Institute of Japan,  Japan

               B3: Paper Session   "Social Inclusion and Diversity: Gender, Disability, Immigrant and Others (2)"
                                        at Research Conference Room 3,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Kenji Iwamitsu,      "Social enterprises and social safety nets: A comparative study between the
                                               Japanese case and the South Korean case"
               -Koichi Nakao,        "The development of the social entrepreneurship education in Japan"
               -Xi Liu,                   "Socialinnovation in pluralistic welfare provision: Policy development of institutional
                                              eldercare in China"
                  Moderator:  Yu-Yuan Kuan,  National Chung Cheng University,  Taiwan

12:30 to 14:00  Lunch  at Event Hall,  Building-B 1F

14:00 to 15:30  Plenary Session  at  Conference Hall,  Building-B 1F
                          Keynote Speaker:  Moo Kwon Chung,  Professor of Department of Global Public Administration,
                                                                                      Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
                            Moderator and Discussant:  Matsuyo Makino,  University of Hyogo,  Hyogo,  Japan

15:30 to 16:00  Coffee Break  at Event Hall,  Building-B 1F

16:00 to 17:30  Parallel Session C
               C1: Paper Session   "Social Business, Finance and Market Design (1)"
                                                at  Research Conference Room 1,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Rikio Kimura, "Potential and limitations of critical realist institutional logics for analyzing
                                      organizational tensions experienced by Christian social enterprises: Cambodian cases"
               -Hideaki Fujiki, "Exploring a business model that balances between solving regional issues and
                                        managing regional financial institutions with Social Enterprises"
               -Endang Haryani,  "Proposed Accountability Systems for Non-profit Organizations in Indonesia"
                  Moderator:  Katsunori Sato,  Kagawa University,  Japan

               C2: Panel Session "Co-production as Social Innovation: Some Examples of Innovative Practices in
                                            Japanese Health and Eldercare" (Cross-Sector Collaboration and Competition (2) 
                                            at  Research Conference Room 2,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Johan Vamstad,  "Co-production in Japanese Health Care: for Service Quality or for Something
                                            Else?"
               -Chikako Endo,    "Filling the care gap? The case of older people’s participation in a healthcare
                                             cooperative"
               -Yukiko Yamazaki,   "Various Types of Volunteer Activities in Japanese Health Cooperative
                                              Members"
                  Moderator:  Yayoi Saito,  Osaka University,  Japan

               C3: Paper Session "Definition, Concept, Legal Framework, Historical Context, International
                                             Comparative Study"  at Research Conference Room 3,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Satoru Hashimoto,  "The historical and institutional context of social economy in Japan: in
                                            relation to the emergence and change of welfare state"
               -Xi Liu,      "Social innovation in pluralistic welfare provision: Policy development of institutional
                                   eldercare in China"
               -Kam Tong Chan,   "The Eco-system and Enabling Environment for Social Enterprise: the case
                                           of Hong Kong"
                  Moderator:Kam Tong Chan, Former The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

18:00 to 20:00   Dinner Party  at  Event Hall,  Building-B 1F

Day 3, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23

 9:30 to 11:00  Parallel Session D
               D1: Panel Session "Social Enterprises as Social Innovations in Japanese Health and Eldercare
                                              Social Impact, and Evaluation"
                                              at Research Conference Room 1,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Akira Kurimoto,  "Institutional framework of co-operative health and elderly care in Japan"
               -Victor Pestoff,    "Work Environment and Service Quality in Japanese Health and Eldercare"
               -Yayoi Saito,        "Communitarianism or New Public Governance? Findings of the Survey of
                                            Cooperative Health and Eldercare in Japan"
                  Moderator:  Moo Kwon Chung,  Yonsei University,  South Korea

               D2: Paper Session "Social Business, Finance and Market Design (2)"
                                              at  Research Conference Room 2,  Building-B 4F
               Participants:
               -Zeno C.S. Leung,  "WISE Management - Manager’s Competency of Work Integration Social
                                               Enterprise in Hong Kong"
               -Yuko Nishide,     "How have sexual minority organizations impacted on the attitudes and action
                                             of citizens for inclusive society in Japan?"
               -Annie Kuan,       "Social Innovation in a Social Business for Empowering the Migrant Workers
                                             from Southeast Asian Countries: A Case Study of the “1095 Culture Studio"
                                             in Taichung"
                  Moderator:  Hajime Imamura,  Toyo University,  Japan

10:30 to 11:00  Coffee Break  at Event Hall,  Building-B 1F

11:00 to 12:30  Closing Plenary Session  at Conference Hall,  Building-B 1F
                  Keynote Speaker:  Kam-Tong Chan, Former Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for
                                                Third Sector Studies,  The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
                  Moderator and Discussant:  Hajime Imamura,  Professor of Department of Global Innovation Studies,
                                                             Toyo University,  Japan