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The 2014 Berlin Research Symposium on Culture and Creative Industries

Source: IACCI  By: IACCI  Updated: 2014-09-22

First international Research Symposium on Culture and Creative Industries in Berlin

Seventh Symposium of the International Association of Cultural and Creative Industries (IACCI)

 

23th October 2014 / Berlin

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

 

8.30                 Registration and Coffee

 

9.30 – 10.00    Welcome and Opening Ceremony

 

Michael SOENDERMANN, Director Office for Culture Industries Research (KWF) Cologne/Berlin, Germany

Patricia WALKER ALLMOND, Non Executive President of the International Association of Cultural and Creative Industries (IACCI), Beijing/Hong Kong, China

N.N., German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Berlin, Germany

 

Moderator:

Gesa BIRNKRAUT, Professor University of Applied Sciences, Osnabrueck, Germany

 

10.00 – 11.30  Theme 1:Is the idea of creativity the most important concept of the 21st century? Are the jobs of the future to be found in the cultural and creative sector?

 

Speakers:

Françoise BENHAMOU, Professor Centre d’économie de la Sorbonne Paris, France

Dimiter GANTCHEV, Acting Director, Culture and Creative Sectors, WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland

Anthony, KRAUSE, Chief Policy and Research Unit in the Section of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, UNESCO Paris, France

Justin O’CONNOR, Professor Communications and Cultural Economy at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Jian-gang ZHANG, Professor, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, China

 

Comments:

Albrecht GOESCHEL, Consultant, former Project Manager at German Institute of Urban Affairs, Berlin, Germany

Michael HUTTER, Professor and Director Research Unit Cultural Sources of Newness, Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) Berlin, Germany

 

11.30 – 11.45  Coffee Break

 

11.45 – 12.45  Theme 2: Is it possible to determine the ‘true’ value of culture and creative industries through empirical research?

 

Speakers:

Hasan BAKHSHI, Director, Creative Economy, Policy & Research, NESTA London, UK

José PESSOA, Head of Culture Statistics, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Montreal, Canada

Dorota WEZIAK-BIALOWOLSKA, Joint Research Centre, EU Commission, Ispra, Italy

 

Comments:

Cornelia DÜMCKE, Director Culture Concepts, Berlin, Germany

Andreas Joh. WIESAND, Professor and Director Compendiumof Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe, Council of Europe/ ERICarts Strasbourg, France/ Bonn, Germany

 

12.45 – 14.15  Lunch & Networking // Press conference

 

14.15 – 15.15  Theme 3: Open topics

 

Presenters:

Ying FAN, PhD, Peking University, Beijing, China

Hristina MIKIC, Director, Creative Economy Group Belgrade, Serbia

Expert Group Cultural Economics and Creative Industries/ Compendium of Cultural Policies, Council of Europe/ ERICarts Strasbourg, France/ Bonn, Germany

Charles KNEVITT, British Expert, London, UK

Yongliang XIAO, Professor, Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry at the Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

 

Comments:

Christoph BACKES, Director u-institute at the University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany

Patricia WALKER ALLMOND, Non Executive President of the International Association of Cultural and Creative Industries (IACCI), Beijing/Hong Kong, China

 

15.15 – 15.30  Coffee break

 

15.30 – 16.30  Theme 4: The culture and creative industries and the new systematic of innovation

 

Speakers:

Eusebi NOMEN, Professor, Lead partner „EuroDesign Measuring Design Value“, Project on behalf of the EU Commission

Hardy Yong XIANG, Professor and Vice Dean, Institute for Cultural Industries, Peking University, (Executive President IACCI), Beijing/Hong Kong, China

 

Comments:

Rahel FALK, Austrian Institute of Economic Research, Vienna, Austria

Christian HANDKE, Associate Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

 

16.30 – 17.30  Outlook and Closing Ceremony

 

Tim RENNER, Professor and Permanent Secretary for Cultural Affairs, The Governing Mayor of Berlin, Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs, Berlin, Germany

Michael SOENDERMANN, Director Office for Culture Industries Research (KWF), Cologne/Berlin, Germany

Patricia WALKER ALLMOND, Non Executive President of the International Association of Cultural and Creative Industries (IACCI), Beijing/Hong Kong, China

Hardy Yong XIANG, Executive President of the International Association of Cultural and Creative Industries (IACCI), Beijing/Hong Kong, China

 

17.30 – 18.30  Get together

The Symposium will be held in English and German simultaneous translation.

 

Current information can be found on http://www.kulturwirtschaft.de/berlincci

The symposium registration is possible under: <anmeldung@rkw-kreativ.de>

Programme pdf download

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