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IEAS 50th Anniversary







IEAS 50th Anniversary Celebration Video        50 Years and Beyond



Online Lecture Series


Title:  What is the EU? Does it matter?

Speaker:  Yung-Djong Shaw,  Assistant Research Fellow

Time:  March 8, 10:30-11:00

Abstract:  In this brief talk celebrating the 50th anniversary of the IEAS, Shaw
discussed the EU’s legitimacy crisis and three theories trying to justify its existence.

Venue:  Watch Link
*This 30-minute lecture is in Chinese. It is available at 10:30, March 8.

Title:  Wisdom: A Skill Theory

Speaker:  Cheng-Hung Tsai, Research Fellow

Time:  March 11, 10:00-11:11

Abstract:  Wisdom is the best form of practical reasoning. It is
the common concern of philosophers, social scientists, moral

Venue:  Watch Link
 *This 71-minute lecture is in Chinese. It is available at 10:00, March 11.


Title:  Who Is The Spoiled Child: Bottomless Energy Demand or "Degrowth"

Speaker:  Chien-Yi Lu,  Associate Research Fellow

Time:  March 15, 13:30-15:30

Abstract:  The science is clear: many of the disasters and sufferings in the
world today is closely linked to the blind pursuit of economic growth by the
rich world. The literally endless demand for human labor and natural resources


Venue:  Watch Link
This 90-minute lecture is in Chinese. It is available at 13:30,March 15.



Title:  How prevalent is shadow education? Who uses it and why?
             A cross-national comparison among eighth-graders in 2019

Speaker:  Min-Hsiung Huang, Research Fellow

Time:  March 18, 13:30-14:30

Abstract: In many countries, students participate in private
tutoring after school to improve their academic performance.

Venue:  The end
*This 60-minute lecture with 30-minute Q&A is in Chinese. It is available at
13:30,March 18. (Please use Cisco Webex to join us.)