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IN CONVERSATION -16 | JAN FAGERBERG with BEN MARTIN

The 'IN CONVERSATION' series portray prominent innovation scholars of the day in the form of intellectual-biographical interviews. The 16th episode features JAN FAGERBERG in a deep conversation with BEN MARTIN on 20 FEB. 2024

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IN CONVERSATION -16 | JAN FAGERBERG with BEN MARTIN
IN CONVERSATION -16 | JAN FAGERBERG with BEN MARTIN

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20-Feb-2024, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm UTC

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About the Event

About the Event

The IN CONVERSATION series portrays prominent innovation scholars of the day in the form of intellectual-biographical interviews.

In the 16th event JAN FAGERBERG  will be interviewed by BEN MARTIN

Penel of discussants: MARYANN FELDMAN, BART VERSPAGEN 

The event will be moderated by SWATI MEHTA

 

On 20 FEBRUARY, 2024

At 2 PM GMT | 2 PM UK 

9 am - New York | 11 am – Brazil | 3 pm - Denmark, France, Italy | 4 pm South Africa | 5 pm - EAT | 7.30 pm - India | 10 pm China & Malaysia | 11 pm - Tokyo | 1 AM Canberra (NEXT DAY)

Structure of the program (2 hours split up as follows)

Brief intro to the program and introducing BEN MARTIN by SWATI, Moderator 5 minutes

i. Introductory remarks by BEN and JAN FAGERBERG is introduced (10 minutes) followed by a conversation between them as follows

ii. Formative years and major influences - (10 minutes)

iii. Contributions, Critique and weakness, Current work & future course - (35 minutes): starting from the important contributions of  JAN , evolving towards a critical evaluation of his work. Then moving on to discussions on what next given the changing circumstances, how the theoretical contributions are relevant in current circumstances etc. It is a platform to convey what they want future generations to take from  JAN  and how they can further develop standing on the strong base that was created.

iv. Comment on Status of Innovation Economics and what next? - (10 minutes)

Some of the possible questions could be the following. However the speakers can shape it the way they want it to be!· How did you end up doing research on innovation?· What were your most important contributions to the field?· To what degree have you engaged in teamwork and collective research?· How do you see the relationship between economics and innovation studies?· How do you see the role of innovation policy and innovation politics in development strategies?· How do you see the future for innovation studies?· At what level should we study innovation – micro, meso and macro?· What kind of methods should we use to study innovation and economic development?· What kind of advice would you like to give to young innovation scholars?· What role can innovation play in meeting global challenges?

B  R E A K - 5 MINUTES

v. Discussion (1 hour): For the 1 hour discussion a panel of 2 scholars (MARYANN FELDMAN, BART VERSPAGEN ) will ask questions and / or make comments on  JAN 's work. After  JAN 's response to them the forum will be open for questions from the audience.

Finally BEN winds up the session with a vote of thanks.

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