Mon, 11 Jul|
IN CONVERSATION | CARLOTA PEREZ with RAPHAEL KAPLINSKY
The 'IN CONVERSATION' series portray prominent innovation scholars of the day in the form of intellectual-biographical interviews. The 7th episode features CARLOTA PEREZ in a deep conversation with RAPHAEL KAPLINSKY on 11 July 2022
Time & Location
11-Jul-2022, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm UTC
About the Event
About the Event
The IN CONVERSATION series portrays prominent innovation scholars of the day in the form of intellectual-biographical interviews with other senior scholars.
In the SEVENTH event CARLOTA PEREZ will be interviewed by RAPHAEL KAPLINSKY (on 11 JULY, 2022) at 12 NOON GMT | 1 pm - London
12 NOON. GMT | 01.00 pm - London |
8 am - New York | 9 am – Brazil | 1 pm - London | 2 pm - Denmark, France, South Africa | 3 pm - EAT | 5.30 pm - India | 8 pm China & Malaysia | 9 pm - Tokyo | 10 PM Canberra
The event will be anchored by SHAWN CUNNINGHAM
Structure of the program (2 hours split up as follows)
Brief intro to the program and introducing Raphael Kaplinsky (by the anchor) 5 minutes
i. Introductory remarks by Raphie and Carlota 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 Carlota, 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 Carlota 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 scholars [Gabriela Dutrenit and Slavo Radosevic ] will ask questions or make comments on Carlota's work. After Carlota's response to them the forum will be open for questions from the general audience.
Brief Biodata of the speakers
British-Venezuelan researcher, lecturer and international consultant, Carlota Perez studies the mutual shaping of technical change and society and the lessons provided by the history of technological revolutions for economic growth and development. In Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital: The Dynamics of Bubbles and Golden Ages (Elgar 2002), she put forward her theory of the emergence and diffusion of technological revolutions and of the role of finance in the process. Her work has contributed to the present understanding of the relationship between technology, innovation and economic development; between technical and institutional change; and between finance and technological diffusion. She is currently working on a sequel, Beyond the Technological Revolution, funded by Anthemis UK, which will analyse the roles that government, business and civil society play in the deployment of the potential of each revolution. She is Honorary Professor at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) at University College London, UK and at SPRU, the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, UK; Adjunct Professor of Technology and Socio-Economic Development at the Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance at TalTech, Estonia. http://www.carlotaperez.org/about
Gabriela Dutrénit is an economist with a PhD in Science and Technology Research Studies from the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK. She is coordinator of the Master Program in Economics, Management and Policies of Innovation, and the related area of the PhD Social Sciences program at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), Mexico. She is a regular member of the Mexican Academy of Science. She is coordinator of LALICS (Latin American Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems), the Latin American Chapter of GLOBELICS. During 2012-2014 she was Coordinator of the Scientific and Technological Advisory Forum in Mexico. Gabriela Dutrénit’s research interests include: innovation and development, in particular learning and technological capability accumulation at the firm level; university–industry linkages; research and development (R&D) and innovation policy. She has coordinated several evaluations of the Mexican policy of science, technology and innovation. https://cord.asu.edu/content/gabriela-dutrenit
Slavo Radosevic is Professor of Industry and Innovation Studies at the UCL where he has also been acting director of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies. He had worked at University of Sussex SPRU as a researcher (1993-1999) and before that as a researcher in Croatia. His main research interests are in science, technology, industrial change, foreign direct investments and innovation policy in Europe, with particular reference to central and eastern Europe (CEE). He has published extensively in international journals in these areas and has edited several volumes on these issues. He favours empirically oriented and policy relevant research projects, based on neo-Schumpeterian economics. He acts as an expert for the EC, OECD, UNESCO, UNIDO, World Bank, UNECE and Asian Development Bank and several governments in CEE. He also had significant policy-making experience in Croatia and ex-Yugoslavia at the highest policy level. He was a special advisor to the EC DG Commissioner for Regional and Urban Policy (2015-2019). He is visiting professor at National Research University Higher School of Economics St Petersburg.
Dr. Shawn Cunningham is a process consultant working in the field of innovation and competitiveness improvement of the private sector. He supports a range of institutions, leaders and advisors around on topics such as making decisions under conditions of uncertainty or complexity, strengthening organisations or conducting learning processes through ongoing search, discovery and adjustment. He has conducted diagnoses and supported improvement processes in various industries and locations around the world.
Appointed as a Professor of Practice with the DST/NRF/Newton Fund Trilateral Chair in Transformative Innovation, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Sustainable Development that is hosted by the College of Business and Economics at the University of Johannesburg. He is a faculty member of the University of Stellenbosch Business Schools Executive Education unit. He serves as an advisor to several think tanks, universities, development organisations and government departments both locally and abroad. More about Shawn: https://www.mesopartner.com/home/about-us/shawn-cunningham