I’m heading to Poland this weekend to speak at the Krynica Economic Forum, the most prominent public policy conference for Central and Eastern Europe. My organization, ACT, is sponsoring a daylong session on public policy and innovation, on which I’ve organized four panels:
- Localizing the Lisbon Strategy – How to Cultivate Innovation Ecosystems
- Open, Closed or Somewhere In-Between? The Future of ICT and Software Innovation
- Copyrights and Patents – Incentives for (or Barriers to) Innovation Creation?
- Distributing Your Innovation: Avoiding Trade Barriers in a Flat World
We’re fortunate to have some top-notch speakers, including the Vice-President of the European Commission Gunter Verheugen, the Assistant Director of the World Intellectual Property Organization Francis Gurry, prominent open source advocate Larry Rosen, and Federico Etro, a professor at the University of Milan and President of Intertic (an International Think-tank on Innovation and Competition).
p>"Do Napisania" w Polsce (I’ll be writing from Poland)