DISCOVERING CHINA’S INNOVATIVE POWER
First copy, then optimize: China has a rather dubious reputation when it comes to the appropriation of Western technologies. But is this image still justified? There are indeed indications that the country has become significantly more innovative recently. In some areas, such as cashless payments or electro-mobility, China is even a pioneer. What are main factors behind China’s innovative rise? In what ways does China differ from Western systems of innovation? What role do public-private networks play? The China Global Center at Jacobs University has invited several China experts and innovation scholars. Come and join the debate.
Prof. Tobias ten Brink (Jacobs University Bremen, China Global Center): Welcome and introduction
Sarah Münnich (Digital Transformation Officer, C. Melchers GmbH & Co. KG, Bremen): Herausforderungen eines Global Players im Wandel des Handels im asiatischen Raum.
Prof. Dr. Monika Schädler (Hochschule Bremen): China innovativ? Politik, Wirtschaft und Universitäten
Keynote ̶ Discovering China’s innovative power
Prof. Ingo Liefner (University of Hanover, East China Normal University, Shanghai; advisor at the “Deutsch-Chinesische Plattform Innovation“ by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research)
Speeches will be held in German or English; entrance fee: 40 Euro; entrance is free for students and scientists. Registration is possible via e-mail to chinaglobal [at] jacobs-university.de until January, 18.