Rebooting the Innovation Economy

CSIS and RTI International launch a new report on:

"Rebooting the Innovation Economy"

The event will be webcast live (see registration page).

In partnership with RTI International, the CSIS Project on Prosperity and Development will publish a report titledÔÇ»Rebooting the Innovation Agenda: The Need for Resilient Institutions.

The fourth industrial revolution is underway, and technological changes will disrupt economic systems, displace workers, concentrate power and wealth, and erode trust in public institutions and the democratic political process. A lot of studies and conversations have focused on how technology itself will impact society, but little attention has been paid to the role that institutions will have to play in the new environment. The relationship between societies and their institutions is changing, and countries will have to strengthen their capacities to avoid heightened social divisions. Public institutions will have to enable the private sector and innovation-led economic growth to make way for technological disruptions, but also mitigate the potential negative impacts of change. They must build resilience through gradual and intentional interventions designed for long-term, sustainable development. It is also essential that institutions work hard to build credibility and use available development tools, such as development finance institutions and foreign aid, to mitigate the risks of disruption.

Countries and other stakeholders must pioneer these initiatives to successfully navigate the disruptions stemming from the fourth industrial revolution. The revision of existing models of education, skill development and investment and the integration of different stakeholders into the conversation will be critical in helping institutions play a productive role in rebooting the innovation agenda. In this context, the Project on Prosperity and Development launches a new report analyzing the role that institutions will play in the fourth industrial revolution and identifying concrete, sustainable development models and policies that institutions must implement to build trust, credibility, and prosperity.

Please join us at CSIS on January 14 to discuss this timely and important topic on the next steps that countries must take to adopt innovation without disrupting political and economic stability.

This event is made possible thanks to the generous support from RTI International.

FEATURING

Gary Shapiro
President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association

Shaarik Zafar
Public Policy Manager, Facebook

Sara Lawrence
Program Director, Economic Development, RTI International

Nate Tibbits
Senior Vice President, Global Government Affairs & Public Affairs, Qualcomm

CSIS EXPERTS

Daniel F. Runde
Senior Vice President; William A. Schreyer Chair and Director, Project on Prosperity and Development

Date

Jan 14 2019

Time

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Cost

Free to attend

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Regional Event

Location

CSIS
1616 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20036
Category

Organizer

CSIS - Center for Strategic and International Studies
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