The 8th World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities, World Bank (Paris), May 31st and June 1st 2012

Co-organised by The European Chair on Intellectual Capital Management, the University Paris-Sud and The World Bank.

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Download speakers’ slides and watch their interventions below.

Day 1 – Thursday May 31st, 2012


Mark A. Dutz, The World Bank & Professor Jean-Jacques Girerd, Vice-President, University Paris-Sud

Key Note Speech:
“Innovation and IPRs in Europe” Yves Lapierre, Director General, INPI

Session 1: The intangibles agenda and economic growth: Achievements and issues

Chairman: Leif Edvinsson, Lund University & The New Club of Paris

The OECD Programme for Intangibles, Alistair Nolan, OECD

Measuring intangibles in Brazil , Mark A. Dutz, The World Bank

The Japanese programme, an update, Yoshiaki Tojo, Director General Affairs and Policy Planning Department, NEDO

The UK programme, Tony Clayton, Chief Economist, IPO

Session 2: South Korea, intangible investments and the Knowledge economy agenda

Chairman: Jean-Eric Aubert, Senior Consultant, The World Bank

IPRs and Innovation in Korea’s Economic Catch-up, Keun Lee, Professor, Seoul National University

Productivity dynamics based on intangibles, Sanghoon Ahn, Korea Development Institute

Virtual Asset in the Virtual World, “Intangible” in the Real World: Korean Case, Woohyun Chang, Korea Development Institute

Intangible investment at industry level, Hyunbae Chun, Sogan University

Session 3: Open innovation (1): Research perspective

Chairman: Pirjo Stahle, Aalto University

Safe Nests in global nets: internationalisation and appropriability of R&D in the wireless industry, Alberto Di Minin, BRIE UC Berkeley & Management Scuola Superiore Santa Anna

Innovation from market exchanges, Kevin Boudreau, London Business School

Combinatoric innovation, Paul Louis Iske, Maastricht University, School of business and Economics

Open innovation practices in Germany, Ellen Enkel, Zeppelin University

Acceluction and open innovation: the first results of the ISD international programme by CIGREF, Ahmed Bounfour, University Paris-Sud

Key Note Speech:
Designing and governing a campus of the future: The Paris-Saclay Campus Dominique Vernay, President, Fondation de Coopération Scientifique, Paris-Saclay

Session 4: Open innovation (2): Emerging practices in companies and public organisations

Chairman: Chairman: Takayuki Sumita, METI

Patents licensing and open innovation at L’Oréal, Frédéric Caillaud, L’Oréal

How does a large company practice open innovation, Isabelle Wuest, Saint-Gobain

Innovation Policy Platform: an exercise of open innovation at a global scale, Dominique Guellec, OECD

Open innovation platform for SMEs, Laurence Joly, INPI

Key Note Speech:
The role of intangibles in transforming Chinese economy, Charles Hulten, Professor, University of Maryland and NBER

Day 2 – Friday June 1st, 2012

Key Note Speech:
Economics of openness in innovation, Philippe Aghion, Professor, Harvard University

Session 5: New markets for innovation and the role of strategic funds

Chairman: Fernando Galindo-Rueda, OECD

CDC initiatives for stimulating patent dealmakings, Partick Terroir, Managing Director, CDC Propriété Intellectuelle

Pricing patents and knowledge flow growth, Gerard Pannekoek, President and CEO of IPXI Holdings

The European investment Bank agenda for IPRs markets, Jacques Darcy, European Investment Bank

Session 6: Public data and innovation

Chairman: Guenter Koch, Execupery & The New Club of Paris

Open data, The World Bank perspective, Mark A. Dutz, The World Bank

Open data; the French perspective, Christophe De Meudler, APIE

Open data policy in Asia, Waltraut Ritter, Asia Pacific Intellectual Capital Centre, Hong Kong

“ Innovative reporting mechanism leveraged with XBRL interactive data for value creation », Mariko Mishiro, WICI

Session 7: Intangibles measurement and reporting

Chairman: Inge Wulf Clausthal University

Session 8: New approaches to innovation and knowledge management

Chairman: Simon Dueckert, Cogneon GmbH

Session 9: The Purple Economy, arts, diversity and cultural assets

Chairman: Hank Kune, Educore

Session 10: New approaches to innovation and knowledge management

Chairman: Hank Kune, Educore

The 21st Century innovation paradigm, Pirjo Stahle, Aalto University

Javier Carrillo, 7 tracks to the knowledge economy

David Creelman, “Will there be ISO standards for HR? »

IC and the Future of Luxembourg, Susan Alexander & Jean-Jacques Mertens

Session 11: Intangibles, Open innovation and the (new) policy agenda

Panel moderated by Jean-Eric Aubert

Bror Sarmelin (European Commission), Tenorio Veiga de Almeida (BNDES) , Takayuki Sumita (METI), Leif Edvinsson (Lund University), Ahmed Bounfour (University Paris-Sud), Keun Lee (Seoul National University).