Fredrik Bajers Vej 5
P.O. Box 159 DK-9100 Aalborg
Phone: +45 9940 9940
This workshop is being held in the spirit of contributing to the revitalisation of EuroLics and we will reserve time for a discussion on organising possible follow-up events.
31.05.2018 kl. 09.00 - 31.05.2018 kl. 17.45
The workshop will be divided into two half-day sessions, the morning session devoted to Transformative Innovation Systems, and the afternoon session to Industry 4.0.
9.00-9.15 - Welcome and Introduction by Birgitte Gregersen, Aalborg University: How relevant is the notion of Innovation Systems for analysing transformative change?
9.15-9.35 - An innovation systems perspective on transformative change. Introduction by Cristina Chaminade, Lund University
[Background paper: Chaminade, Lundvall & Haneef: Innovation policies for transformative change: an IS perspective]
9.35-9.55 - Innovation, innovation policy and sustainable transitions. Introduction by Jan Fagerberg, Oslo University
[Background paper: Fagerberg: Mission (im)possible? Role of innovation (and innovation policy) in supporting structural change & sustainability transitions]
9.55-10.15 - Reconceptualising policy for sustainable innovation. Introduction by Jakob Edler, Manchester University
[Background paper: Boon & Edler: Demand, challenges and directionality. Re-conceptualising policy for innovation, forthcoming SPP 2018]
10.15-10.30 - Coffee break
10.30-11.30 - Open discussion [Jesper Lindgaard Christensen, Aalborg University, will open the discussion]. Focus on convergence or/and divergence in the different analytical frameworks. Is there a common ground?
11.30-12.00 - Wrap up session: What should be the next steps (within EuroLics) on Transformative Innovation System? Potential output of the workshop
12.00-13.00 - Lunch (Fibigerstraede 11, room 117)
13.00-13.15 - Opening comments by Ned Lorenz, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis and Aalborg University
13.15-13.45 - Robotics and the debate on employment and earnings by Bart Verspagen, Maastricht University, UNI-MERIT
13.45-14.15 - IDigital Industrial Policy in Europe by Padmashree Sampath, UNCTAD, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Adjunct professor Aalborg University
14.15-14.45 - Open discussion structured around the following questions:
14.45-15.00 - Coffee break
15.00-15.30 - Privatization of a research field: Who decides where Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence is going? by Daniel Hain and Roman Jurowetzki, Aalborg University
15.30-16.00 - A Place-based View on Industry 4.0 in Systems of SMEs by Marco Bellandi, University of Florence
16.00-16.30 - Skills, Work Organization and Job Polarization in Denmark by Jacob Rubæk Holm, Aalborg University and Ned Lorenz
16.30-16.45 - Coffee break
16.45-17.15 - Open discussion structured around the following questions:
17.15-17.45 - Wrap up session: Directions for future EuroLics activities: Cooperation with AfricaLics and Globelics.
Registration no later than May 23, 2018 to Birgitte Gregersen firstname.lastname@example.org
IKE research group, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Fibigerstraede 11, 9220 Aalborg Oe, room 115. Lunch: Fibigerstraede 11, room 117
23.05.2018 kl. 12.00