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The 52nd GIST Seminar
"Promoting High Tech Entrepreneurial Systems: Reflections on the Israeli Experience"

The 52nd GIST Seminar<br>
Lecturer Prof. Morris Teubal (Emeritus Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Time 18:00-20:00, Wednesday, 4th September, 2013
Place Research Meeting Room 4-F, 4th floor, GRIPS (Minato-ku, Tokyo)
(7-22-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)(Access)
Sponsorship GRIPS Innovation, Science and Technology Policy Program (GIST)
Language English
Participation fees Free (Pre-registraion required)
Document Presentation Slides1 (150K) 

Presentation Overview

1. INTRODUCTION
 1.1 Motivation
 1.2 VC in Israel: Characteristics and Data
 1.3 Approach
 1.4 Issues
 1.5 Specific Research Objectives
 1.6 Structure of Paper

2. A THREE PHASE EVOLUTIONARY MODEL LEADING TO ISRAEL'S VS/EHTC DURING 1993-2000
 2.1 Data
 2.2 Summary of the three Phases
 2.3 Phase 1: Background Conditions (Diffusion of R&D and creation of Innovation Capabilities, 1969-84)
 2.4 Phase 2: Pre-emergence (Strengthening of R&D, University-Industry Links and SU/VC Experiments, 1985-1992)
 2.5 Phase 3: Emergence (1993-2000, The Yozma Program)

3. STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS AND POLICY TARGETING
 3.1 Priority-related Government Failure(GF): Introducing SIP and Policy Effectuation
 3.2 SIP (E) and Policy Targeting of a new Entrepreneurial Cluster-A Dynamic Example
 3.3 Comparing Policy Targeting of Type 1 and Type 2 priorities

4. INCLUSIVE GROWTH CONSIDERATIONS
 4.1 Promoting High Tech is not enough for Inclusive Growth
 4.2 Limitations of Israel's Innovation Strategy
 4.3 Comments on Trajtenberg

5. WHY ISRAEL SUCCEEDED IN POLICY TARGETING OF VC/EHTC?

6. COMMENTS AND CONCLUSIONS

Simplified personal history

Studies
1960-1963 Undergraduate Studies in Economics, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
1967         Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago

Academic positions
2010-        Emeritus Professor of Economics, The Hebrew University
1996-        Collegiate (Full) Professor of Economics (Hebrew University)
1988-9      Visiting Professor of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
1988-        Visiting Scholar, FAIR, Tokyo
1986-1995 Professor of Economics (Hebrew University)
1977/8      Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University

Other positions
2010-2011 Advisor to EC ‘Target” Program
2011         Advisor to IDRC project on Innovation Policy in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan
2010         Consultant to OECD on “Challenges and Policies for Promoting Inclusive Growth"
2010-2      Co-vice president, International Schumpeter Society
2010         Chair, International Evaluation Panel, Chile's Strategic Innovation Co

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