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Agenda workshop Knowledge Economy

 

Investment in the Knowledge Economy – Governance rules and metrics for Sustainable Growth

 

23 April 2013

 

 


Time Frame

Subject

Speaker

16.00 – 16.05

Welcoming

David Clark,
Executive Director, TIGFI

16.05 – 16.15

Introduction by Ministry of Economy, New Technologies &Life Sciences

 

Patrizia Luchetta,
Director New Technologies &Life Sciences, Ministry of Economy and of Foreign Trade

16.15 – 16.35

Main challenges of the economy of intellectual assets by

Marie-Ange Andrieux
Co Chairperson of the Association Femmes Experts-Comptables Administrateurs

16.35 – 16.55

Governance Rules for Intangible assets by EFFAS representative

Anne-Laure Mention, Head of Research Unit, Public Research Centre Henri Tudor
Stefano Zambon,
Full Professor and Chair of Accounting and Business Economics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ferrara, Italy

17.15 – 18.05

Panel Discussion moderated by
David Clark


Executive Director, TIGFI

 

Marie-Ange Andrieux

Co Chairperson of the Association Femmes Experts-Comptables Administrateurs

 

Anne-Laure Mention, Stefano Zambon

Head of Research Unit, Public Research Centre Henri Tudor

Full Professor and Chair of Accounting and Business Economics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ferrara, Italy

 

Patrizia Luchetta

Director New Technologies &Life Sciences, Ministry of Economy and of Foreign Trade

 

Ingo Rollwagen

Senior Analyst, Deutsche Bank Research

 

Harald Gruber

Head of Division, Digital Economy and Education, EIB

 

Susan Alexander

Founder of Minerva

 

Eric van de Kerkhove

Member of the board of Trustees Federation Handicap International

18.05 – 18.20

Q&A

 

18.20 – 18.25

Conclusion

 

18.25

Cocktail

 

 

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