Appendix A
THE DRAGON AND THE ELEPHANT

Understanding the Development of Innovation Capacity in China and India


The National Academies

Washington, DC

CONFERENCE AGENDA

Monday, September 24, 2007

8:30 AM

Welcome and Introductions

 

Ralph Cicerone, National Academy of Sciences

David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Chair

8:45 AM

Session 1: India and China in the Global Economy

 

David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Moderator

Nicholas R. Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics

Arvind Panagariya, Columbia University

Sean Dougherty, OECD Economics Department

9:45 AM

Session II: What is Our Interest?

 

Norman Neureiter, AAAS and U.S-Indian S&T Forum, Moderator

Tony Hey, Microsoft Research

Kent Hughes, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Da Hsuan Feng, University of Texas Dallas

10:45 AM

Session III: Human Capital Development

 

Pete Engardio, BusinessWeek, Moderator

V.S. Ramamurthy, Chairman, Indian Institute of Technology

Devesh Kapur, University of Pennsylvania

Vivek Wadhwa, Harvard School of Law Wertheim Fellow

Jai Menon, IBM Corporation

Cong Cao, Levin Graduate Institute, State University of New York

12:00 Noon

Session IV: Keynote Speech

 

Sam Pitroda, Indian Knowledge Commission

1:30 PM

Session V: Capital Markets and Investment

 

David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Moderator

Martin F. Kenney, University of California at Davis

Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University

Lee S. Ting, W.R. Hambrecht and Lenovo

Sandra Lawson, Goldman Sachs



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Appendix A THE DRAGON AND THE ELEPHANT Understanding the Development of Innovation Capacity in China and India The National Academies Washington, DC CONFERENCE AGENDA Monday, September 24, 2007 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions Ralph Cicerone, National Academy of Sciences David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Chair 8:45 AM Session 1: India and China in the Global Economy David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Moderator Nicholas R. Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics Arvind Panagariya, Columbia University Sean Dougherty, OECD Economics Department 9:45 AM Session II: What is Our Interest? Norman Neureiter, AAAS and U.S-Indian S&T Forum, Moderator Tony Hey, Microsoft Research Kent Hughes, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Da Hsuan Feng, University of Texas Dallas 10:45 AM Session III: Human Capital Development Pete Engardio, BusinessWeek, Moderator V.S. Ramamurthy, Chairman, Indian Institute of Technology Devesh Kapur, University of Pennsylvania Vivek Wadhwa, Harvard School of Law Wertheim Fellow Jai Menon, IBM Corporation Cong Cao, Levin Graduate Institute, State University of New York 12:00 Noon Session IV: Keynote Speech Sam Pitroda, Indian Knowledge Commission 1:30 PM Session V: Capital Markets and Investment David T. Morgenthaler, Morgenthaler Ventures, Moderator Martin F. Kenney, University of California at Davis Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University Lee S. Ting, W.R. Hambrecht and Lenovo Sandra Lawson, Goldman Sachs 45

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46 APPENDIX A 3:00 PM Session VI: Research and Commercialization Infrastructure Introduction: J. Thomas Ratchford, George Mason University, Chair Mu Rongping, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences Panel: Denis F. Simon, Levin Graduate Institute, SUNY, Moderator Lan Xue, Tsinghua University, Beijing Harkesh K. Mittal, Department of Science and Technology, India Adam Segal, Council on Foreign Relations Carl Dahlman, Georgetown University Venkatesh Rao Aiyagari, Science and Engineering Research Council, Department of Science and Technology, India Richard Forcier, Hewlett-Packard 4:45 PM Session VII: Legal Environment: Competition Policy, Standards, and Intellectual Property Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey Ballantine, Moderator Pete Suttmeier, University of Oregon Shamnad Basheer, George Washington University Law Center Bhaven Sampat, Columbia University Soonhee Jang, Eli Lilly 6:00 PM Poster Session in the Great Hall Tuesday, September 25, 2007 9:00 AM Welcome and Introduction Mary L. Good, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Chair 9:15 AM Session VIII: Multinationals’ Experience Bruce Stokes, National Journal, Moderator Jim Jarrett, Intel Corp. Jin Chen, Zhejiang University 10:30 AM Session IX: Industry Trends Section 1: ITC Products and Services Patrick Canavan, Motorolla, Moderator Ashish Arora, Carnegie Mellon University Jason Dedrick, University of California at Irvine Lee S. Ting, W.R. Hambrecht and Lenovo Balaji Yellavalli, Infosys Technologies, Ltd. Roy Singham, ThoughtWorks, Inc. Section 2: Automobiles and Aerospace Manufacturing Mary Good, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Moderator Pete Engardio, BusinessWeek Thomas Pickering, Boeing Paul T. McCarthy, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

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APPENDIX A 47 Jane Zhao, University of Kansas School of Business Warren Harris, Incat, a Tata Technologies Company Rishikesha T. Krishnan, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Section 3: Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Charles L. Cooney, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Moderator Vincent Ling, Dragonfly Sciences, Inc. Kuan Wang, National Institutes of Health Section 4: Energy Marco Di Capua, U.S. Department of Energy/Beijing, Moderator Dilip R. Ahuja, National Institute of Advanced Studies, India Trevor Houser, China Strategic Advisory Lifeng Zhao, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 1:30 PM Session X: Reports from Breakout Sessions Plenary 2:45 PM Session XI: What Did We Learn? Denis F. Simon, SUNY Levin Graduate Institute Marco Di Capua, U.S. Department of Energy Pete Engardio, BusinessWeek Mu Rongping, Chinese Academy of Sciences Rishikesha Krishnan, Indian Institute of Management 3:30 PM Adjourn

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