2011年12月31日土曜日

Second Asia - Pacific Innovation Conference 2011.5.3-4

Program for Second Asia - Pacific Innovation Conference
  
  National University of Singapore together with Hitotsubashi University is pleased to host the Second Asia‐Pacific Innovation Conference, in collaboration with a consortium of the universities and other academic institutions, the WIPO (the World Intellectual Property Organization) and the RIETI (the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry). The conference will bring together scholars, including doctoral students, working on the economics, management and law of innovation. It will foster an inter‐disciplinary exchange of knowledge. Sessions will include contributed papers, keynote presentations and panel discussions.

Local Organizers
Ivan Png, National University of Singapore
Sadao Nagaoka, Hitotsubashi University
Reiko Aoki, Hitotsubashi University
Poh Kam Wong, NUS Business School
    -Conference dates: May 3rd (Tuesday) and 4th (Wednesday) in 2011
-Venue:National University of Singapore
-The conference will be held in English.

Conference Programme
 Day 1: May 3rd 2011
  8:10  REGISTRATION
  8:45  Conference opening
       Ivan Png, National University of Singapore
       Sadao Nagaoka, Hitotsubashi University and RIETI        
        Carsten Fink, Chief Economist of the WIPO
  9:00   KEYNOTE SPEECH 1
       Chair: Makoto Nirei, Hitotsubashi University
       -Innovation and productivity
        Bronwyn Hall, UC Berkeley and Maastricht University

        KEYNOTE SPEECH 2
        Chair: Ivan Png, National University of Singapore
       -Preemptive Duplication in Complementary R&D Project
        Jay Choi*, University of New South Wales and Michigan State University
  10:45  PARALLEL SESSION 1
         P.1.1 Special Session: University Technology Transfer (sponsored by WIPO)
         P.1.2 Contributed Session: R&D Competition 1
        
P.1.3 Contributed Session: Management of Technology
  13:15  KEYNOTE SPEECH 3
         Chair: Sadao Nagaoka, Hitotsubashi University
       -Patent system reform
        Carsten Fink, Chief Economist of the WIPO

        KEYNOTE SPEECH 4
        Chair: Reiko Aoki, Hitotsubashi University
       -Network Dynamics: Theory and Evidence
        Luis Cabral*, IESE Business School
  15:00  PARALLEL SESSION 2
         P.2.1 Invited Session: Standards, Patent Pools and Innovation
         P.2.2 Contributed Session: Science, University Research and University Industry
         
P.2.3 Contributed Session: Patent and Policy
  16:40  PARALLEL SESSION 3
         P.3.1 Invited Session: Trade Secrets and Incentive
         P.3.2 Contributed Session: Complexity and Spillovers
         
P.3.3 Contributed Session: Financing and Commercialization
 
 Day 2: May 4th 2011
   8:30  KEYNOTE SPEECH 5
       Chair: Reiko Aoki, Hitotsubashi University
       -Private Agreements for Coordinating Patent Rights: The Case of Patent Pools
        Nancy Gallini*, University of British Columbia
   9:30  PARALLEL SESSION 4
         P.4.1 Invited Session: Knowledge, Innovation and Catch-up
         P.4.2 Contributed Session: Sectoral Innovation and Industry Evolution
         
P.4.3 Contributed Session: Patents and Administration
  11:15  PARALLEL SESSION 5
         P.5.1 Contribution Session: National Innovation Performance 1
         P.5.2 Contributed Session : R&D and Patent
         P.5.3 Contributed Session: Inventors and Scientists 1
  13:45  PARALLEL SESSION 6
         P.6.1 Invited session: Inventors and invention process
         P.6.2 Contributed Session : Copyright, and Trademark
         P.6.3 Contributed Session : National innovation performance 2
  16:00  PARALLEL SESSION 7
         P.7.1 Invited Session: IPR law design
         P.7.2 Contributed Session : Technology transfer and co-creation
         P.7.3 Contributed Session: R&D Competition 2
  18:00  Adjourn 
         * Presenter ( for papers with multiple authors)

Conference Program:
  Background
The first Asia Pacific Region Innovation Conference was held in Melbourne in January 2010. Given a rapidly growing number of scholars in the Asia‐Pacific region interested in innovation issues, we envisage that we will host such conferences regularly, rotating among Asia‐Pacific countries. Participating institutions include:
-The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA),University of Melbourne
-Institute of Innovation Research and Center for Intergenerational Studies (Institute of Economic
 Research), Hitotsubashi University, Japan
-Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan
-NUS Business School, National University of Singapore
-IP Academy, Singapore
-University of Auckland Business School
-New Zealand Centre of International Economic Law (NZCIEL)
-College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University
-Seoul National University
-Center for Economic Catch‐up, KOREA
-School of Management, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Science
-Intellectual Property Law Center, Drake University Law School
-World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

To learn more, visit the Asia Pacific Innovation Network website at http://ap‐in.org/.