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Conference on Japan's Growing Technological Capability: Implications for the U.S. Economy

October 23 and 24, 1991—Lecture Room

National Academy of Sciences—Washington, D.C.

National Research Council

Committee on Japan

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1991

Registration and Coffee

Opening Remarks by Chairman

C. FRED BERGSTEN, Institute for International Economics and Member, Committee on Japan

Technology Assessment in the U.S.-Japan Context

GEORGE GAMOTA, MITRE Institute

JIM MARTIN, Rockwell International

SHIGETAKA SEKI, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology

Open Discussion

Lunch

Impacts and Implications for the U.S. Technology Base

Macro Issues

DALE JORGENSON, Harvard University

MASARU YOSHITOMI, Economic Planning Agency of Japan

Open Discussion



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Japan's Growing Technological Capability: Implications for the U.S. Economy B Conference on Japan's Growing Technological Capability: Implications for the U.S. Economy October 23 and 24, 1991—Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences—Washington, D.C. National Research Council Committee on Japan WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1991 Registration and Coffee Opening Remarks by Chairman C. FRED BERGSTEN, Institute for International Economics and Member, Committee on Japan Technology Assessment in the U.S.-Japan Context GEORGE GAMOTA, MITRE Institute JIM MARTIN, Rockwell International SHIGETAKA SEKI, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology Open Discussion Lunch Impacts and Implications for the U.S. Technology Base Macro Issues DALE JORGENSON, Harvard University MASARU YOSHITOMI, Economic Planning Agency of Japan Open Discussion

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Japan's Growing Technological Capability: Implications for the U.S. Economy Micro Issues WILLIAM FINAN, Law & Economics Consulting Group DAVID TEECE, University of California, Berkeley Open Discussion Adjourn THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1991 Registration and Coffee Future Scenarios: Japan, Technology and Competition in the 21st Century JOHN CANTWELL, University of Reading FUMIO KODAMA, National Institute of Science and Technology Policy EDWARD GRAHAM, Institute for International Economics Open Discussion Policy Implications for the United States RICHARD NELSON, Columbia University Comments ERICH BLOCH, Council on Competitiveness HIROSHI OTA, Foreign Ministry of Japan Open Discussion Closing Remarks by Chairman C. FRED BERGSTEN Adjourn

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