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Appendix A
Symposium Agenda

“21st Century Innovation Systems for the United States and Japan: Lessons from a Decade of Change”


International Symposium Symposium Organized by


The National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) (NISTEP) Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology, Japan


and


The Board of Science, Technology, and Economic Policy U.S. National Academy of Sciences


in collaboration with


Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University, Japan


January 10-11, 2006


Tokyo, Japan


Day 1: January 10, 2006

9:30 AM

Welcome

Introduction: Takashi Inutsuka, Director Planning Division, NISTEP

Motohide Konaka, Director General, NISTEP, Japan



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Appendix A Symposium Agenda “21st century innovation Systems for the united States and Japan: lessons from a Decade of change” international Symposium Symposium organized by the national institute of Science and technology Policy (niSteP) (niSteP) Ministry of education, culture, Sports, Science & technology, Japan and the board of Science, technology, and economic Policy u.S. national academy of Sciences in collaboration with institute of innovation Research, Hitotsubashi university, Japan January 10-11, 2006 tokyo, Japan Day 1: January 10, 2006 9:30 aM 30 0 Welcome Introduction: Takashi Inutsuka, Director Planning Diision, NISTEP Motohide Konaka, Director General, NISTEP, Japan General, 2 PRePublication coPy

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2 APPENDIX A 9:45 aM 45 5 opening addresses Chair: Terutaka Kuwahara, Deputy Director General, NISTEP Terutaka General, NISTEP challenges in the u.S. innovation System Rep. Ronald Manzullo, Chairman, Committee on Small Business, p. United States House of Representaties evolution and challenges to the innovation System in Japan Taizo Yakushiji, Member, Council for Science and Technology , Policy, and Visiting Professor, Keio Uniersity 11:00 aM 1:00 :00 00 coffee break coffee 11:15 aM 1:15 :15 15 Panel i: Government’s evolving Role in Supporting corporate : R&D—u.S. and Japanese Models Moderator: Alice Amsden, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of or: r: : , Technology technology Policies in Japan: 1990 - Akira Goto, Professor, Research Center for Adanced Science and Technology, Uniersity of Tokyo, and Faculty Fellow, Research , , Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry Kazuyuki Motohashi, Associate Professor, Research Center for Professor, Adanced Science and Technology, Uniersity of Tokyo, and , , Faculty Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry Government’s evolving Role in Supporting corporate R&D— theory and Practice in the advanced technology Program in Stephanie Shipp, Director, Economic Assessment Office, Adanced Technology Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology Discussantt Ichiro Nakajima, Director and Professor, New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku Uniersity 12:45 PM 2:45 PM :45 45 lunch PRePublication coPy

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2 APPENDIX A 2:15 PM :15 PM 15 Panel ii: Government-industry R&D Partnerships—u.S. and i: Japanese experiments Moderator: Lonnie Edelheit, Retired Senior Vice President, Retired Research & Deelopment, General Electric, and National General , Academy of Engineering Semiconductor consortia in Japan: experiences and lessons Shuzo Fujimura, Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Visiting Professor, Research Center for Adanced Science and Research Technology, Uniersity of Tokyo , Hiroyuki Chuma, Professor, Institute of Innoation Research, Institute Hitotsubashi Uniersity, and Affiliated Senior Fellow, NISTEP , economic impacts of international R&D coordination: SeMatecH, the international technology Roadmap, and technology , innovation in Microprocessors Kenneth Flamm, Professor and Dean Rusk Chair in International and Affairs, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, Uniersity of Texas at Austin Discussant Kaoru Honjo, Executie Director, New Energy and Industrial Deelopment Organization Organization 3:45 PM 45 PM coffee break 4:00 PM :00 00 0 Panel iii: Government Programs to encourage innovation by iii: by Startups and SMes Moderator: Bradley Knox, Committee on Small Business, U.S. House of Representaties Government Programs to encourage innovation by Startups by & SMes: the Role of innovation awards Charles Wessner, Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, National Research Council Programs to Stimulate Startups and entrepreneurship in and Japan: experiences and lessons : Yasuhiko Yasuda, Professor, Toyo Uniersity , Discussant Tetsuya Iizuka, President and CEO, THine Electronics PRePublication coPy

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26 APPENDIX A Day 2: January 11, 2006 9:30 aM 30 0 Panel iV: interaction between intellectual Property and etween innovation Systems Moderator: Shozo Uemura, Former Deputy Director General, Uemura, World Intellectual Property Organization, and Visiting ntellectual roperty rganization, Professor, Research Center for Adanced Science and , Technology, Uniersity of Tokyo , issues and Possible Reforms in the u.S. Patent System Bronwyn Hall, Professor, Uniersity of California at Berkeley , Uniersity Reform of Patent System in Japan and challenges in Sadao Nagaoka, Director and Professor, Institute of Innoation Director Research, Hitotsubashi Uniersity Discussant Mark Myers, Xerox, (retired) and Wharton Business School, , , Uniersity of Pennsylania 11:00 aM 1:00 :00 00 0 coffee break 11:15 aM 15 aM Panel V: industry and university collaboration : Moderator: Toshiya Watanabe, Professor, Research Center for , Research Adanced Science and Technology, Uniersity of Tokyo industry-university Partnerships in the united States Irwin Feller, Senior Visiting Scientist, American Association for the Adancement of Science, and Professor Emeritus of , Economics, Pennsylania State Uniersity industry-university Partnerships in Japan Masayuki Kondo, Affiliated Senior Fellow, NISTEP, and Professor, , and , Yokohama National Uniersity Discussantss Gail Cassell, Vice President, Scientific Affairs, Distinguished Lilly Research Scholar for Infectious Diseases, Eli Lilly James Turner, Chief Democratic Counsel, Committee on Science, United States House of Representaties 1:00 PM 00 0 lunch PRePublication coPy

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27 APPENDIX A 2:15 PM 15 PM Panel Vi: Government Support for university Research : Moderator: Hiroshi Nagano, Principal Fellow, Japan Science and Fellow, Technology Agency DaRPa and the u.S. connected Science Model for innovation .S. connected S. . William Bonillian, Legislatie Director and Chief Counsel, Office Legislatie of Senator Joseph Lieberman, United States Senate United Government Support to university Research - trends and issues in Japan Ryuji Shimoda, Professor, Integrated Research Institute, Tokyo Professor, , , Institute of Technology Discussant William Spencer, Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, National Research Council, and Chairman, SEMATECH (retired) 3:45 PM 45 PM coffee break 4:00 PM Panel Vii: industry-university-Government cooperation: : the biotechnology challenge Moderator: William Bonillian, Legislatie Director and Chief Legislatie Counsel, Office of Senator Joseph Lieberman, United States United Senate Perspective on current trends in Drug Development in the united States Gail Cassell, Vice President, Scientific Affairs, Distinguished Lilly Research Scholar for Infectious Diseases, Eli Lilly is there a Sgnificant contribution of Public Sector in biomedical Research in Japan?: a Detailed analysis of Government/university Patenting, 1991-2001 Yosuke Okada, Associate Professor, Hitotsubashi Uniersity , Discussant Discussant Shozo Nagai, Patent Attorney and Director, Intellectual Property Diision, Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association PRePublication coPy

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28 APPENDIX A 5:30 PM closing Summary and Remarks and s Chair: Masayuki Kondo, Affiliated Senior Fellow, NISTEP, and , and Professor, Yokohama National Uniersity , William Spencer, Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, National Research Council, and Chairman, SEMATECH (retired) Sadao Nagaoka, Director and Professor, Institute of Innoation Director Research, Hitotsubashi Uniersity PRePublication coPy

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2 APPENDIX A “21st century innovation Systems for Japan and the united States: lessons from a Decade of change” Symposium Planning committee Masayuki Kondo, Co-chair William J. Spencer (nae), Co-chair Affiliated Senior Fellow Chairman Emeritus, retired National Institute of Science and SEMATECH Technology Policy (NISTEP) Kenneth S. Flamm, Co-chair and Professor Yokohama National University Dean Rusk Chair in International Affairs Sadao nagaoka, Co-chair Lyndon B. Johnson School of Director and Professor Public Affairs Institute of Innovation Research University of Texas at Austin Hitotsubashi University alice H. amsden akira Goto Professor of Political Economy Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research Center for Advanced Gail H. cassell (ioM) Science and Technology University of Tokyo Vice President, Scientific Affairs and Distinguished Lilly Research Hiroyuki tomizawa Scholar for Infectious Diseases Senior Research Fellow Eli Lilly and Company Second Theory-oriented Group lewis S. edelheit National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) Senior Research and Technology Advisor, retired Masaru yarime General Electric Senior Research Fellow bronwyn Hall Second Theory-oriented Group National Institute of Science and Professor of Economics Technology Policy (NISTEP) University of California at Berkeley Mark b. Myers Senior Vice President, retired Xerox Corporation alan Wm. Wolff Partner Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP PRePublication coPy