International workshop co-organisé par la chaire Michelin au Centre d'Etudes Avancées Franco-Japonais de Paris (CEAFJP) à l'EHESS et l'OCDE.
11:00-11:05 Introduction and Welcome
11:05-11:35 Jun Suzuki (2016 Michelin/EHESS Research Fellow / GRIPS) “Are academic patents useful for industry? -The evidence from citation analysis and the suggestion for inventor level analysis”
11:35-12:05 Caroline Paunov (OECD, STI, Science and Technology Policy division) “The Linkages between Scientific Disciplines, Technologies and Industrial Sectors”
12:05-12:35 Hélène Dernis (OECD, STI, Economic Analysis and Statistics Division) “Linking administrative records on IP – the OECD experience”
12:35-13:00 General discussion
Jun Suzuki is Professor of Innovation Policy at National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo since 2007. He has been working in the field of science, technology and innovation policy for more than 25 years. He received his Ph.D. in Management of Innovation from the University of Tokyo. His recent work focuses on the analysis of patent data and innovation activities. Currently, he is staying at EHESS France-Japan Foundation in Paris as a Michelin Fellow during his sabbatical leave.
Caroline Paunov is Senior Economist and Head of Secretariat for the OECD Working Party on Innovation and Technology Policy (TIP) at the Directorate for Science, Technology, and Innovation of the OECD. In her current position she oversees the Working Party’s work on digital and open innovation and on assessing the impacts of public research. Her econometric research work has been published in leading academic journals, including the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Development Economics and Research Policy. She holds a B.A. and M.A. (Hons) from the University of Oxford, a M.Sc. from the University Pompeu Fabra and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of London.
Hélène Dernis is a statistician and analyst at the Economic Analysis and Statistics (EAS) division of the Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) at the OECD. She is currently responsible of the STI Microdata lab, an infrastructure that integrates administrative records on intellectual property rights as well as bibliographic data on scientific publications in order to develop new experimental indicators on science, technology and innovation. In the past, she contributed to the development of new metrics based on patent data for measuring the innovative activity at the level of countries, regions, firms.
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