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Capital Business Forum 4th edition

18 giugno 2019 ore 9:00 - 19 giugno 2019 ore 17:30
Aula Toti Viale Romania 32, Roma
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The 4th edition of the Capital Business Forum will take place at Luiss University, following the successful events in Beijing (2016 and 2018) at Beijing Normal University and in Washington D.C. (2017) at American University.
This event offers opportunities to share research and insights on the special business issues in Capital Cities around the world. 
Discussion topics:
• Industry and innovation clusters
• Business and industry relationships with government
• Smart capital cities
• Education, training and skill development


Welcome address
Fabiano Schivardi Vice Rector of Research Luiss

Session 1 – Chair: Fabian Homberg
Tomasz Mroczkowski - Unrelated diversification in an economic region: the crucial role of innovation capabilities
Richard Tee – Innovation Ecosystems
Zheng Feihu - R&D allocation paradox and IP protection: China's new discovery

Session 2 – Chair: Zhang Pingdan
Robert Grant - Leadership in Capital Cities: the role of wisdom
Christian Iaione - Collaborative city-making: the co-city approach
Kase Kimio - Bipolarity Tokyo-Osaka and Madrid-Barcelona

Session 3 – Chair: Richard Tee
Li Kun - Corporate Social Responsibility and Company Performance: A Big-Data Study from Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei
Erran Carmel - Capital Cities, but not business capitals
Fang Fang - GDP manipulation and livelihood investment
Iftekhar Karim - Entrepreneurship themes around Ethnic Enclave in capital cities

Session 4 – Chair: Erran Carmel
Yang Chengyu - How big is the income inequality in China
Kathryn Walters-Conte - Science City: US federal government technologies in Washington D.C. foster innovations for startups
Yu Jiajie - Corruption and the pattern of trade

Closing remarks: tbc

Conference Chair
Fabian Homberg Associate Professor HRM & OB Luiss

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