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International Forum

APDC - think thank Lisbon Civic Forum

March, 27th 2009

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

(Auditorium 3)

 

 

From Bust to Boom: New Chances for the Lisbon Strategy

The crisis as an unique window of opportunity

 

 

09:30 Introduction

Introduction

-          LCF-President - Andreas Pyka (University of Bremen, Germany)

The challenges for the Lisbon Agenda: Schumpeterian thinking tickled by Keynes

-          APDC President - Diogo Vasconcelos (Portugal)

ICT Infrastructure enabling Entrepreneurship

-          Rui Vilar - Chairman, Gulbenkian Foundation

 

10:00 - Part I: Shaping new Structures for a prosperous European Future

-          Tonie de-Koster - European Commission

-          Pier-Paolo Saviotti - INRA-GAEL, Université Pierre Mendès-France, Grenoble, France

Crises, Co-evolution and Economic Development 

-          Armin Reller - University of Augsburg, Germany

Innovative technologies and strategic resources

-          Thomas Hamacher - IPP Max Planck Institute for Plasmaphsics, Munich, Germany

New Strategies for Resources and Energy

Moderator: Pedro Guerreiro - Jornal de Negócios

  

11:20 - Coffee Break

 

12:00 - Part II: Shaping new Structures for a prosperous European Future

-          Gordon Lishman - International Federation on Ageing Pressure from Aging Societies, UK

-          Roy Thurik - Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Entrepreneurship and the cycle: a way out of the bust?

-          Vítor Bento - SIBS, Portugal

Bottlenecks to growth

Moderator: Peter Wise - FT

 

 

13:00 Lunch Break

 

 

14:00 Future-oriented Policy designs: Part I

-          Alfred Kleinknecht - TU Delft, The Netherlands

Flexible labour markets: good for jobs, bad for innovation?

-          Tibor Palankai - Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Lisbon and Knowledge-based society

Moderator: Ákos  Kengyel - Corvinus University of Budapest


15:00 Future-oriented Policy designs: Part II

-          Dimitri Zenghelis - London School of Economics, UK

The case for a 'green' stimulus.  

-          Ryszard Wilczynski - Warsaw University of Finance and Management, Poland

Post - crisis reforms of the international financial system; the role of Europe

-          Carlos Costa - European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

Financial Structures supporting the Design of new Structures

Moderator: Michael Lake - former journalist of the Guardian and EU ambassador to Turkey and Budapest

 

 

16:00 Conclusions & Debate

-          LCF-General Secretary - Horst Hanusch (University of Augsburg, Germany)

Keeping the economy in the Neo-Schumpeterian corridor

 

17:00          Farewell of the Conference       

 

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