Presentation on theme: "SPIDER Web School for Policies, Innovation and Development Research PPED/IE/UFRJ – Ana Castro INCT-PPED – Renato."— Presentation transcript:
SPIDER Web School for Policies, Innovation and Development Research PPED/IE/UFRJ – Ana Castro INCT-PPED – Renato Boschi IBRACH – Anna Jaguaribe MINDS – Leonardo Burlamaqui
SPIDER Web: ACTIVITIES RESEARCH, POLICY DIALOGUES, CAPACITY BUILDING AND POST-DOC PROGRAMME EXECUTIVE TRAINING PROGRAM IBRACH – FUNAG – TSINGUA POLICY DIALOGES AND EXECUTIVE TRAINING PROGRAMS - MINDS MINTER AND DINTER PPED – INCT-PPED INNOVATION DIALOGUES BRAZIL – CHINA POS-DOC RESEARCH PROJECTS JOINT RESEARCH PROJECTS BETWEEN THE SEVEN GATES NEW RESEARCH PRIORITIES – NEW INCT-PPED
FACULTY Ana Castro (PPED/UFRJ- BR), Carlos.F L. Rocha(IE/UFRJ- BR), Fernando Carvalho (IE/UFRJ- BR), Mario Possas (IE/UFRJ- BR); Anna Jaguaribe (PPED/IBRACH- BR), Celia Kerstenetzki (UFF- BR), Leonardo Burlamaqui (FCE/UERJ- BR), Renato Boschi (IESP/UERJ- BR). FELLOWS/COLLABORATORS Roberto Frenkel, Martin Rapetti (CEDES- Arg), Jan Kregel; R. Wray (Levy- US), Jose Antonio Ocampo (Columbia-US); Lionello Punzo; Ugo Pagano (Siena- IT); Diego Ancochea (Oxford- UK); Gary Dymski (Leeds- UK); Geoffrey Hodgson (Heartforshire- UK); Ha-Joon Chang (Cambridge- UK); Mariana Mazzucatto (Sussex- UK); Jayati Gosh (Nehru- India) ; Xue Lan (Tshinghua- China). Others to join... SPIDER Web
Research and Post-Doc Without Borders: Policies, Innovation and Development. Goals: Governance and Development : Revising Theory and Renewing Policies ISSUES: Governance: Finance and Knowledge, Institutional Capacities and The Future of the State, Innovation and Competitiveness Policies; Development and Social Inclusion Policies.
Research and Post-Doc Without Borders: Network BRAZIL : Ana Castro, Anna Jaguaribe, Celia Kerstenetzki, Leonardo Burlamaqui, Carlos Frederico Rocha, Fernando Carvalho, Mario Possas, Renato Boschi ; ARGENTINA : Roberto Frenkel, Martin Rapetti USA: Jan Kregel; R. Wray;Jose Antonio Ocampo ITALY : Lionello Punzo; Ugo Pagano; ENGLAND : Diego Ancochea; Gary Dymski; Geoffrey Hodgson; Ha-Joon Chang; Mariana Mazzucatto; INDIA : Jayati Gosh; CHINA : Xue Lan.
RESEARCH NETWORK: ONE EXAMPLE INNOVATION DIALOGUES BRAZIL – CHINA – Goals: Discuss and participate in scenario exercises and evaluations on the evolution of technological innovation in areas of common interest. Develop a research agenda for cooperation on strategic development issues in the areas of: governance, innovation in information and communication technologies, energy, health and agribusiness, managing inequalities and building sustainable cities. Establish an effective policy-oriented research platform amongst participating research institutions, linking ongoing national and international networks of research and promoting collaboration and exchanges amongst researchers.
INNOVATION DIALOGUES BRAZIL-CHINA Key Issues Policy experiences analysis ( successes and failures) : policy instruments, modes of financing and coordination, business strategies and corporate relations. Government- business –university partnerships, Innovation tools: public laboratories, joint ventures, incubators and technology parks. Building scenarios and foresight exercises. Developing an agenda of research priorities and a platform for joint programs and researchers collaboration.
INNOVATION DIALOGUES BRAZIL – CHINA Activities: Annual program for capacity building and stimulating innovation dialogues between Brazil and China. Targeted participants: Policymakers, Financial institutions, Researchers and Corporations with activities/ operations in both countries – or interested in getting a better understanding of the issues. Background: Follow up to a very successful pilot program of executive training - IBRACH and School of Public Policy and Management University of Tsinghua. INNOVATION DIALOGUES BRAZIL –CHINA FIRST PILOT MEETING: RIO DE JANEIRO – AUGUST 4 – 5, 2014 ITAMARATY PALACE: IBRACH FUNAG INCT-PPED
SIENA – JOINT PROJECTS FOR DISCUSSION POST-DOC AND CAPACITY BUILDING RESEARCH WEB