Fast Cycle Innovation in the Asia Pacific
This symposium will explore the success of countries in the Asia Pacific including South Korea, Taiwan and now China in engaging in Schumpetarian fast cycle innovation.
This CBSI Symposium examines the innovative trajectories of the economies of the Asia Pacific. The implications for the internationalisation of innovation and the significance of maintaining investment in research and innovation are considered. How can Australia compete with the rapidly changing techno-economic paradigms of the Asia Pacific?
|10.00am - 10.45am||Introduction: Fast Cycle Innovation in the Asia Pacific
Thomas Clarke, University of Technology Sydney
|10.45am - 11.15am||
Schumpeterian Analysis of Economic Catch-Up
|11.15am - 11.30am||Morning coffee|
|11.30am - 12.30pm||The Creation and Disruption of Innovation?
Michael Lester, Long View Partners
|12.30pm - 1.00pm||Discussion: Fast Cycle Innovation in Australia?|
Thomas Clarke is Professor of Corporate Governance at the University of Technology Sydney. He is editor (with Keun Lee) of Innovation in the Asia Pacific: From Manufacturing to the Knowledge Economy, Springer 2017, and former President of the Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference (APIC). http://ap-ic.org/information/
Keun Lee is Professor in the Department of Economics of Seoul National University, in the Republic of Korea. He is President of the International Schumpeterian Society, and author of Schumpeterian Analysis of Economic Catch-Up, Cambridge University Press, 2013. http://iss2018seoul.com/eng/index.php
Michael Lester is an independent innovation consultant with Long View Partners. Formerly he was a senior executive with the OECD, World Bank (IFC), Australian Federal Government, and NSW Government specialising in innovation and economic development.