Sayaka Sakoda is Assistant Professor at Doshisha University. She is also Research Fellow of the Life Risk Research Center (Doshisha University) and Associate Researcher at the Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS. Her research themes focus on income distribution, family economics and health economics.
She co-authored several books and articles, including “Unequal Society in Married Couples” Chuô Kôron Shinsha (with T. Tachibanaki, in Japanese, 2013), “Economics of Divorce” (with T.Tachibanaki, in Japanese, forthcoming) and “What Discourages Elderly Use of Infusion Pumps in Japan?”(with M. Tamura and N. Wakutsu, 2018).
She will take part to the Visting Scholar Program designed by EHESS, on proposal of Sébastien Lechevalier(Chine, Corée, Japon - CCJ).
Historical Evolution of Inequalities and Evolving Attitudes towards Redistribution: An Approach Based on the Concept of Self-responsibility
In the framework of the EHESS seminar “Comprendre le changement institutionnel en Asie. Une perspective comparée avec les États-Unis et l’Europe” organized by Sébastien Lechevalier.