Masaru Yarime , and Prof. Hsin-Ning Su. We discussed recent trends in energy policies and scenarios in China, platform business opportunities in the integration of data and energy, and geopolitical implications of energy transitions across the globe.
The deadline for submitting proposals has been extended to January 28, We discussed the outcomes of COP24 and implications for Hong Kong's long-term decarbonization strategy with experts from China, Europe and the industrial sector. The deadline for submitting an extended abstract or a full paper is February I will give a keynote speech on facilitating innovation for sustainability transitions. In the session on Blockchain Technologies in Power and Energy Systems, the latest findings of demonstration projects on distributed energy systems based on blockchain in China and Singapore were presented.
There remain many challenges in regulation and public policy for further development in this field. I was invited to attend the first roundtable for "Hong Kong Is Now," an independent initiative by Civic Exchange and World Resources Institute to contribute to the city's long-term decarbonization strategy. We discussed a range of possible actions we could take to significantly reduce carbon emissions so that Hong Kong will be close to carbon neutral by In our chapter, we discussed policy approaches to the development and diffusion of solar photovoltaics in Asian countries.
We will discuss policy challenges in fostering innovation for smart cities and opportunities for international collaboration in the development of the Greater Bay Area and beyond. SRI provides training programs for entrepreneurship and support to start-ups. We had a fruitful discussion on the past experience of addressing transboundary air pollution in East Asia and lessons and implications for policy and institutional arrangements to facilitate international cooperation on epistemic communities in the region.
The smart city invites companies and research organizations involved in the IoT ecosystem, including component manufacturing, application services, and media. We had a good discussion about research collaboration on smart city development.
Public policy plays an increasingly important role in stimulating innovation for tackling global challenges such as climate change and population ageing. With two areas of specialization on science, technology and innovation policy and environmental and sustainability policy, the MPP program provides students with professional training with a focus on problem-solving skills with real-world cases.
Career development opportunities are available in government agencies, private enterprises, and non-profit organizations. The deadline for applications is June 1, We discussed how the United States and Japan can work together to address global challenges in the context of technological disruption and political instability.
I discussed the emergence of data-driven innovation and policy and strategic implications in the context of global competition and cooperation.
In our paper with Dr. Aitong Li, we examined the fragmentation of the epistemic communities in tackling transboundary air pollution in East Asia. I organized a session on data-driven innovation and its implications for science, technology, and innovation policy in Hong Kong and beyond. We will discuss how the United States and Japan respond to global challenges in the context of the rapidly rising innovation hubs in China and India, considering institutional factors that encourage or discourage innovation and the impact of big data and AI on innovation policies and strategies.
I was invited to give a keynote speech on Japan's experience of developing smart cities and its lessons and implications for public policy to facilitate innovation for urban sustainability. We discussed recommendations for policy making on integrating various kinds of data, establishing common data platforms, and utilizing data to address societal challenges.
We will discuss how the United States and Japan can respond to global challenges in the context of the rapidly rising innovation hubs in China and India, considering institutional factors that encourage or discourage innovation and the impact of big data and AI on innovation policies and strategies.
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- The rise of China and its contest for discursive power - Paul SN Lee, .
- Speech by Financial Secretary at the CUHK Business School Conference.
- The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of English.
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We especially welcome applicants in the following three research areas: i science, technology, and innovation policy; ii social and urban policy; and iii environmental, energy, and sustainability policy. Among the issues discussed in the conference was big data and its implications for public decision making in addressing sustainability challenges in the context of smart cities. I will give a plenary speech on the role of science, technology, and innovation in addressing key challenges in the nexus and implications for public policy.
I made comments on renewable energy sources in Asia in Nikkei Asian Review. We will discuss key opportunities and challenges in the use of big data for public policy and governance in a wide range of areas, including science and technology, smart cities, and sustainability. We discussed resilience thinking and its implications for sustainable development in the Encyclopedia of Sustainability in Higher Education , which will be published soon by Springer.
A wide range of experts and stakeholders participated from across the globe, across industry and business sectors, as well as from local and regional authorities to discuss key challenges in facilitating adaptation and resilience to climate change. We had a fruitful discussion on sharing good practices and exploring collaboration among academia, business, government, and civil society organizations.
At the same time, they also pose difficult challenges in regulating and governing their development and deployment in society. This conference will provide an excellent opportunity to discuss with researchers and practitioners working in various fields related to public policy in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The deadline for submitting abstracts is November 20, In our paper we discussed blockchain-based distributed energy platforms with implications for public policy and institutional design.
HKUST will create a new campus there and work together with the local government to establish an international smart manufacturing platform. More than startup teams and companies participated in the competition from Hong Kong, Macao, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhongshan, and Foshan, engaging with invited venture capitals and angels.
Our paper that analyzes the epistemic communities working on air pollution in East Asia has been accepted for publication in the journal Global Policy. I made comments on Hong Kong government's new initiative to facilitate international collaboration with leading research institutions for innovation in South China Morning Post. A poster with Dr. Frank Ling was presented on a comparison of urban air pollution monitoring networks using low-cost sensors in fixed, mobile, and paired modes, with policy implications for tackling transboundary air pollution in developing economies.
We discussed the innovation systems of smart cities in Japan, U. I talked about sustainable business practices and approaches in different parts of the world, including Japan, U.
Speech by Financial Secretary at the CUHK Business School Conference
My seminar on comparative analysis of the innovation systems of smart cities in Japan, United States, and China will be held on September 28 at the Department of Geography and Resource Management in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Our paper written with Roy Nyberg was presented to discuss the nature of digital transformation through a case study of the development of smart cities.
The winners of each category will be announced at the Awards Presentation Ceremony on September I'm serving as one of the Judges for the awards. In the working group on Urban Renewable Energy, we explore pathways to low-carbon energy resilience through detailed examination of case studies at different scales and locations. My work on public policy research and education will focus on science, technology, and innovation policy for energy, environment, and sustainability.
We had a fruitful meeting with Dr. It was a great opportunity to discuss the current development of technologies and policies and future challenges for smart cities with experts in academia, industry and the central and local governments in China, particularly those in the Greater Bay Area including Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong.
I discussed the evolution of smart cities in Japan with implications for policy making and institutional design. I made comments for PV Magazine on the government's new initiatives to promote the development of distributed renewable energy systems in Hong Kong. In this Asian Development Bank Institute ADBI working paper with Ranaporn Tantiwechwuttikul, we discussed financial schemes for facilitating photovoltaic installations, such as the solar-as-service model, in the context of energy transitions in emerging economies.
Among the key issues discussed in this book are innovation systems in emerging economies, strategic alliance, entrepreneurship, finance, agglomeration and clustering, and digitalization of innovation.
Our chapter with Martin Karlsson examines the innovation systems of smart cities with policy and institutional implications. I had a fruitful discussion with the Asian Productivity Organization APO , a leading international organization working with governments in the Asia-Pacific region to improve productivity and competitiveness. We will collaborate on policy advice and strategy to help member countries be future-ready and improve their sustainable productivity. I served as Chair of the Panel of Examiners.
I gave lectures on economic analysis of innovation at the Graduate School of Public Policy in the University of Tokyo. One of the key issues focused on at the conference was the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its implications for dynamic capabilities for catching up and forging ahead, particularly in East Asian economies. I discussed the innovation system of smart cities in the Pearl River Delta Greater Bay Area in China from an international comparative perspective.
Students coming from diverse academic backgrounds addressed one of the most pressing global challenges, SDG Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. I served on the panel of judges for assessment of the final presentations at the Open Innovation Session. An independent panel of judges that includes myself will evaluate the entries and decide the winners, which will be announced at an Award Ceremony in September XU Zhenqiang, a leading expert on smart city development in China. We will collaborate to explore opportunities and challenges in establishing governance systems for smart cities in an increasingly digitalizing environment.
Among the issues we discussed in the conference are science-industry collaboration, open innovation, innovation ecosystems, and the digitalization of innovation in the context of the rise of China in science and technology. I made a presentation on stimulating innovation for smart cities and implications for China. The students participating from the two universities worked together to analyze key sustainability challenges in Hong Kong, including air pollution, energy, water, housing, and waste management, and presented their proposals for policy making.
In our chapter we discussed innovative financing approaches to introducing photovoltaic facilities, such as the solar-as-service model. The students are participating in lectures by researchers in academia and field trips and on-site discussions with practitioners in industry and the public sector to work together in teams on major urban sustainability challenges in Hong Kong, including air pollution, energy, water, housing, and waste management.
A poster on the potential of blockchain technology for industrial ecology was presented at the Gordon Research Conference on the Role of Industrial Ecology in Reaching the Sustainable Development Goals held on May in Les Diablerets, Switzerland. Chopra, Shauhrat S.
The rise of China and its contest for discursive power - Paul SN Lee,
We discussed policy and institutional challenges in creating innovation for smart cities with experts from China, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States. We are starting collaboration on sustainability education and research on and beyond campus through joint programs and exchange of students and researchers.
We discussed various approaches to stimulating innovation for smart cities in Japan, Hong Kong, mainland China, and the Untied States, with implications for public policy and institutional design.
The fellowships enable professionals in higher education to implement their ideas for educational innovations. I acted as one of the international experts for reviewing the proposals. We had constructive discussions to promote collaboration on education, research for facilitating innovation for sustainable smart cities. Sectoral systems: taxonomies, evolution and modeling, Franco Malerba. From market fixing to market creating: a new framework for innovation policy, Mariana Mazzucato. Strategic alliances: identifying recent emerging sub-fields of research, Fiorenza Belussi, Luigi Orsi and Andrea Ganzaroli.
National systems of innovation in developing countries, Jorge Niosi. National financial systems, credit constraints, and enterprise innovation performance: an international comparison of developing nations, Edward Lorenz and Sophie Pommet. Currency undervaluation on growth and exports in natural resource vs. Innovation policies and new regional growth paths, Markus Grillitsch and Michaela Trippl.
Examining technological innovation systems of smart cities, Masaru Yarime and Martin Karlsson. Does invention agglomerate? Knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship: going beyond the Schumpeterian entrepreneur, Franco Malerba and Maureen McKelvey. We will work together in teams on the city's major sustainability challenges, including air pollution, energy efficiency, water security, housing shortage, and waste management, and propose policy-focused solutions incorporating environmental, economic, social, and technological dimensions.
One of the key challenges discussed at the conference was the digitalization of innovation and its implications for sustainable development goals SDGs. I had a meeting with Dr. IIPCC, a global, non-profit, non-partisan organization, provides a platform for the innovator and entrepreneur communities and enterprises to increase their understanding of intellectual property.
We discussed collaboration on exploring the role of data in creating innovation and challenges in policy making and institutional design.
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