How Sustainable Is the China Innovation Juggernaut?
November 03, 2021 • 12:30 PM • Virtual
In a relatively short period of time, China has gone from being perceived as an innovation laggard to being viewed as an "innovation juggernaut." Has China's "long march" to become a global technological leader been successful? What are the realistic prospects for China's innovation system, especially in light of Western constraints on cross-border research collaboration and the flow of advanced know-how into China in fields like semiconductors and artificial intelligence? This panel of seasoned experts will provide insights into the key variables that will shape China's emerging technological trajectory: Paul Triolo, Eurasia Group; Craig Allen, US-China Business Council; and Matt Turpin, Hoover Institution; moderated by Denis Simon, Executive Director of the Center. Sponsored by The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law; co-sponsored by the Duke University Center for International & Global Studies and the Duke University Asian/Pacific Studies Institute. Registration required: https://bit.ly/3iyzAV2. More information: https://bit.ly/3dsFG6g. Or contact Balfour Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law's seminar series "Conversations on Innovation: New Thinking and New Approaches" seeks to shed light on innovation policy issues that are on the horizon.
- Craig Allen
President, US-China Business Council
- Paul Triolo
Practice Head for Geotechnology, Eurasia Group
- Matt Turpin
Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution
- Denis Simon moderator
Executive Director, The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law
▪ The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law
▪ Duke University Center for International and Global Studies
▪ Duke University Asian/Pacific Studies Institute
This online program is free and open to all; however, registration is required.