i4j – THE INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT ON INNOVATION FOR JOBS
MENLO PARK, CA, U.S., MARCH 18-19 2013
Modernizing Education and Preparing Tomorrow’s Workforce through Mobile Technology
Qualcomm, Presented Irwin Jacobs, Founding Chairman and CEO Emeritus, Qualcomm
Re-Integrating Losers of Innovation-Driven Structural Change – What can Labor Market Policy Do?
Eric Thode, Senior Expert, Economic and Social Affairs, Bertelsmann Stiftung
Dead Wrong: America’s Economic Assumptions
Jim Clifton, President and CEO, Gallup
Suggestions for Bridging Industry and Employment Policies in National Governments
Sven Otto Littorin, IIIJ, Swedish Minister for Employment 2006-10, President of the European Council of Ministers (EPSCO) 2009.
The Age of the Entrepreneur: Demographics and Entrepreneurship
Dane Stangler, Director of Research & Policy, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, with Dan Spulber, Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Middle Class Job Creation in the Digital Era
Geoffrey Moore, Author, Speaker, Advisor
A Regional ‘Place-based’ Policy Approach for Innovation and Job Creation.
Emily Farchy, Giulia Ajmone-Marsan, Karen Maguire, Joaquim Oliveira Martins, William Tompson, OECD
Designing K-12 Education for the Innovation Economy
Esther Wojcicki, Educator, Board Chair, Learning Matters; Vice Chairman Creative Commons. Designing K-12 Education for the Innovation Economy
Complexity and Human-Centered Innovation
Tim Brown, CEO and President, IDEO and Agnes Kwek, Systems Designer, IDEO
The Global Virtual University – a Way to a Less Elitist, Elite Education
Lena Adamson, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden and Anders Flodström, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Importing Innovators that Create Jobs.
Robert Litan, Director of Research, Bloomberg Government
If Machines are Capable of Doing Almost Any Work Humans Can Do, What Will Humans Do?
Moshe Vardi, Rice University