BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Microsoft Corporation//Outlook 16.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:China Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16010101T000000 TZOFFSETFROM:+0800 TZOFFSETTO:+0800 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT CLASS:PUBLIC CREATED:20230314T113640Z DESCRIPTION:Keynote Conversation\nIn a fast-changing\, fragmented world\, h ow can we create sustainable value? \nThe crises facing humanity are chall enging traditional concepts of economic value. The current financial syste m may be capable of supporting new ideas such as cryptocurrencies\, but in novations designed to support a more sustainable future are often still se en as risky investments. \nHow do we value water conservation or research into vaccines when their economic benefits may be decades away? How can w e better leverage collective intelligence to truly tackle challenges\, and apply a moonshot approach to the world’s complex problems? And what rol e should governments or public funds play in innovation ecosystems? \nProf essor Mazzucato has been studying these dynamics and advising policy maker s on how to steer finance towards long-term structural change since long b efore Covid-19. Did the pandemic change her assessment? How do we define v alue now? How applicable is her advice to Asia’s economies\, and how can countries do better at collaborating?\nProfessor Mazzucato shares her tho ughts on how to focus the financial system on solving the problems that re ally matter\, and how Asia fits into the global framework of innovation. \ nSpeaker(s):\n* Mariana Mazzucato \, Professor\, Economics of Innovation and Public Value\, University College London\; Author\, “Mission Economy”\n* Host: Erica Poon Werkun \, Head of Securities Research\, Asia Pacifi c\, Credit Suisse\n \n DTEND;TZID="China Standard Time":20230321T105000 DTSTAMP:20230314T113540Z DTSTART;TZID="China Standard Time":20230321T100000 LAST-MODIFIED:20230314T113640Z LOCATION:Level LL Ballroom\, Conrad Hotel\, Hong Kong PRIORITY:5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-us:Keynote Conversation: In a fast-changing\, fragmente d world\, how can we create sustainable value? TRANSP:OPAQUE UID:040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E0080000000050A5E415AC56D901000000000000000 010000000162AE5EF8D049A4EB9EC41285097B0C3 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Keynote Conversation

In a fast-changing\, fragmented wor ld\, how can we create sustainable value? \;

The crises facing humanity are challenging traditional concepts of economic value. The current financial system may be capable of supporting new ideas such as cryptocurrencies\, but innovations designed to support a more sustainable future are often st ill seen as risky investments. \; \;

How do we value w ater conservation or research into vaccines when their economic benefits m ay be decades away? How can we better leverage collective intelligence to truly tackle challenges\, and apply a moonshot approach to the world’ \;s complex problems? And what role should governments or public funds pla y in innovation ecosystems? \;

Professor Mazzucato has been studying these dynamics and advising policy ma kers on how to steer finance towards long-term structural change since lon g before Covid-19. Did the pandemic change her assessment? How do we defin e value now? How applicable is her advice to Asia’\;s economies\, and how can countries do better at collaborating?

Professor Mazzucato shares her thoughts on how to focus the fin ancial system on solving the problems that really matter\, and how Asia fi ts into the global framework of innovation. \;

Speaker(s):

  • Mariana Mazzucato\, Professor\, Economics of Innovati on and Public Value\, University College London\; Author\, “\;Mission Economy”\;
  • Host: \ ;Erica Poon Werkun\, Head of Secu rities Research\, Asia Pacific\, Credit Suisse

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