IC7, La 7e édition de la Conférence Mondiale sur le Capital Immatériel, Paris, Banque Mondiale, les 26 et 27 mai 2011

7e édition de la conférence Mondiale sur le Capital Immatériel pour les Communautés, Banque Mondiale Paris, les 26 & 27 mai 2011.
Co-organisée par la Chaire Européenne de l’Immatériel, l’Université Paris-Sud et La Banque Mondiale.

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Day 1 – Thursday May 26, 2011

Introduction :

Professor Jean-Jacques Girerd, Vice-President, University Paris-Sud & Carlos A. Primo Braga, Special Representative for Europe and Director, the World Bank

Key Note Speech

“Economics of Singularities” Lucien Karpik, Professor, Ecole des Mines de Paris

Session 1: Measuring Intangibles and Performances: Achievements and Issues

Chairman: Leif Edvinsson

The Japanese knowledge / IC agenda, an update: Yoshiaki Tojo, METI

The new OECD Programme for Intangibles, Alistair Nolan, OECD

Investment in intangibles and economic growth performance, a review, Vincent Delbecque, Ahmed Bounfour, University Paris-Sud

The Changing Wealth of Nations, Measuring capital in the 21st Century, The World Bank approach, Kirk Hamilton, The World Bank

Key Note Speeches

Human capital and the digital enterprise Bruno Ménard, Chairman, CIGREF Vice-President, IT, sanofi Aventis

When human development meets with business performance: The Air Liquide Experience Pierre-Etienne Franc, Director, Technology for the Future

Session 2: IC and Knowledge economy: National agendas

Chairman: Jacques Van Der Meer

IC of Nations Navigation, Carol Yeh-Yun Lin, Leif Edvinsson

Saika project, Antti Lönnqvist, Tampere University of Technology

Valuing intangibles of the public sector, The French experience, Kristof de Meulder , APIE, France

IC – based Innovation Gap Assessment for the Future Knowledge and Innovation – driven Economy in Serbia, Sladjana Cabrilo, University Educons, Novi Sad, Serbia

Session 3: Cities, Innovation and the future

Chairman: Hank Kune

ACSI – a new generation agenda for societal innovations, Pirjo Ståhle, University of Turku, Finland Futures Research Centre

The city of opportunities for the future, Hazem Galal, Jan Sturessen, PWC

Open innovation in the emerging Cleantech cluster in Guangdong, Waltraut Ritter, Research Director with APICC Asia Pacific Intellectual Capital Centre

Measuring innovation and sustainability in cities: the IC-index perspective, Andrés Barreneche, Ahmed Bounfour, University Paris-Sud

Session 4: Intangibles, risk analysis and KM practices

Chairman: Stefan Gueldenberg

KM practices in 3000 German companies, Peter Pawlowsky, Technische Universität Chemnitz

Modelling risk of intangibles, Tom Housel, Rebecca Lorentz, Naval postgraduate school of Management, Monterey, CA, US

Assessing human capital risk, Ante Pulic, Croatia

Assessing risks for SMEs, Susanne Durst, PhD, University Paris-Sud & University of Ferrara

Session 5: IPRS and the open innovation phenomenon

Chairman: Dominique Guellec

Patents for emerging technologies; the example of clean energy, Nikolaus Albert Thumm, European Patent Office

French Public Research as patent applicant, Laurence Joly, Observatoire de la Propriété Intellectuelle, INPI

IPRS regime and economic growth in emerging countries, Ricardo H. Cavazos Cepeda, OECD

Patents licensing and the open innovation phenomenon, Frédéric Caillaud, L’Oréal

Universities as knowledge markets, Javier Carrillo, University of Monterrey, Mexico

Session 6: Intangibles prospects and accounting: European and Global initiatives

Chairman: Takayuki Sumita

The WICI initiative: an update, Professor Hanado, Waseda University; Yoshika Shibasaka, KPMG Japan

The Prince of Wales Accounting for Sustainability Project, Paul Druckman

IC reporting, the BNDES programme,H. Tenorio Veiga de Almeida & JP Braga, BNDES, Brazil

The German experience in reporting, Inge Wulf, Clausthal University

Session 7: Art, knowledge and human progress: selected experiences

Chairman: Guenther Szogs

Art and People, Prof. Dagmar Woyde-Koehler & Stefan Sagmeister

Art and IC, The Austrian experience, Guenter Koch & Brandner & Andreas

Traditional knowledge at risk, The case of traditional knowledge in Morocco, Nourredine El Hachami, Eureka

Emotive knowledge and Artful management, Giovanni Schiuma, Università della Basilicata

Art and cities’ creativity, Raphaele Bidault-Waddington, Paris

Day 2 – Friday May 27, 2011

Chairman: Carlos A. Primo Braga

Key Note Speeches and Debates

Measuring Human Activities and Progress: The Stiglitz, Sen and Fitoussi Commission Report by Xavier Timbeau, Director, OFCE, Rapporteur

The French-German Approach, Conseil d’Analyse Economique / German Council of Economic Experts, The Report to President Sarkozy and Chancellor Merkel By Prof. Dr Christoph M. Schmidt

Comments from Dominique Guellec & Philippe Lukacs and discussion with audience.

Session 8: From Knowledge Economy to Human Progress: Walking the Talk

Morocco: a Nation-wide Effort for Human Development (ONDH), Rachid Benmokhtar, President, ONDH

Beyond GDP, the Gross National Happiness: Bhutan’s pioneering efforts, Jean-Eric Aubert

Economic Performance and Social Capital: Evidence from EU countries and French Regions, Jean-François Chantaraud, ODIS

Human Progress and Business Management: Iconic Examples, Philippe Lukacs, Catalyser & Ecole Centrale

Session 9: Looking at the Future

Moderator: Jean-Eric Aubert