MINERVA in-house research scheme

MINERVA is a 6-month in-house research scheme in Japan, designed to support its research and policy analysis of EU-Japan economic and industrial issues.

Policy analysis research in Japan

“MINERVA - EU-Japan Market and Policy Intelligence” is a 6-month in-house scheme in Japan, targeting EU / SMP-COSME (*) and Japanese academics, trade/ economic analysts, and civil servants.

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Everything you want to know about our 'Minerva' programme !

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Everything you want to know about our 'Minerva' programme !

Digital Transformation in Japan-Assessing opportunities for EU SMEs (Minerva Fellowship)

This report takes a look at digital transformation (DX) that has been a key and a growing topic over the past years, where Japan is no exception.

Local Decarbonisation in Japan: Municipalities, Regions and Clusters on the Road to Carbon Neutrality

This report takes a look at Japan’s decarbonisation strategies, with a focus on the local and regional levels. At the core of the report are a few main research questions. First, what role do Japanese municipalities and regions play in the transition to a decarbonised society? How do cities understand this role, and what programs have been implemented in service of a commitment to a greener future? What opportunities exist for a diversity of actors—residents, governments, businesses—to collaborate on decarbonisation?

Podcast recorded session of Dairy in Japan

An analysis of the current market and ist opportunities for European SMEs.

Dairy in Japan (Minerva Fellowship)

An analysis of the current market and ist opportunities for European SMEs.

EU-Japan Centre's News

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On 17 January 2023 in Tokyo, the 2022 Recommendations adopted by the EU-Japan Business Round Table…
Please take a look at the New Year's Special Column written by Mr. Tanabe, Managing Director of the…
The EU-Japan Centre’s office in Tokyo is regularly publishing "Industry and Policy News”. By…
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is currently accepting applications to the call for…
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is currently accepting applications to the call for…
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is currently accepting proposals to the call for…

Events

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07/02/2023
07-02-23 | 10:30 - 11:30 AM CET How do Japanese firms consistently survive and become some of the oldest firms in the world? Understanding firm longevity has always been at the forefront of…
17/02/2023
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation and UNIDO’s Investment and Technology Promotion Office in Tokyo (UNIDO ITPO Tokyo) are jointly organising a pitching and networking event to connect EU…

Library

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Monthly Japanese Industry and Policy News January 2023Topics covered on the January 2023 issue: ・This…
Monthly Japanese Industry and Policy News December 2022Topics covered on the December issue: ・This was…
Monthly Japanese Industry and Policy News November 2022Topics covered on the November issue: ・This was…
Report: Women Entrepreneurship in the EU and Japan This report seeks to identify cross-cultural,…