Technology, Governance and Regulation

Technology, Governance and Regulation

  • 08 - 09 July 2019
  • Jerusalem, Israel

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The Technology, Governance and Regulation Conference in Jerusalem was hosted by the Jerusalem School of Business Administration at the Hebrew University and co-organized by Professor Yishay Yafeh of the Hebrew University and Professor Sharon Belenzon of Duke University.

The conference took place in Jerusalem as follows:

8 July 2019, Mishkenot Shaananim, Jerusalem, Israel

9 July 2019, The Hebrew University, Mount Scopus Jerusalem, Israel

 

Supported by

The British Academy; the Asper Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the School of Business Administration, the Hebrew University; the I-CORE Center on Empirical Legal Studies

Contact person

For questions or assistance please do not hesitate to contact: 

Prof. Yishay Yafeh : yishay.yafeh@huji.ac.il

Monday 8 July, 2019

09:00
- 11:30

Session 1: Sources of Innovation

09:00
- 09:30

Welcome: Coffee and Greetings

09:30
- 10:00

Do Universities Substitute for Corporate Scientific Research?

Speakers:
10:00
- 10:30

Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find, or Have Firms Just Become Too Big?

Speakers:
10:30
- 11:00

Entrepreneurial Commercialization of Academic Science: Evidence from Twin Discoveries

Speakers:
11:00
- 11:30

Coffee

11:30
- 14:30

Session 2: Innovation and Labor Markets

11:30
- 12:00

The Effects of Automation on Workers, Firms and Local Labor Markets: Lessons from the US Telephone Industry in the Early 20th Century

Speakers:
12:00
- 12:30

The Dark Side of Technological Progress? Impact of E-Commerce on Employees at Brick & Mortar Retailers

Speakers:
13:00
- 14:30

Lunch

14:30
- 16:30

Session 3: Innovation and Governance

14:30
- 15:00

Corporate Governance with Diverse Ownership

Speakers:
15:00
- 15:30

CEO Activism as Communication to Multiple Audiences

15:30
- 16:00

Better Together? CEO Talent and Firm Performance

Speakers:
16:00
- 16:30

Coffee

16:30

Evening walking tour in the old city (dinner at Jacko’s Restaurant in Mahne Yehuda afterwards)

Tuesday 9 July, 2019

09:00
- 11:45

Session 1: AI and Smart Contracts

09:00
- 09:30

The Fine Print of Smart Contracts

Speakers:
09:30
- 10:00

A Penny for Your Data: Data Labor Compensation in a Two-sided Market

Speakers:
10:00
- 10:25

Coffee

10:15
- 10:45

Adoption and Diffusion of AI in Healthcare

Speakers:
10:45
- 11:15

The State of Web Server Software (tentative title)

11:15
- 11:45

Coffee

11:45
- 16:00

Session 2: Organization and Entrepreneurship

11:45
- 12:15

Intra-firm Division of Innovative Labor and the Organization of Science and Invention

12:15
- 12:45

A Scientific Approach to Entrepreneurial Decision-making: Results from Three Randomized Control Trials

12:45
- 13:45

Lunch

13:45
- 14:15

When Does AB Testing Affect Startup Performance?

14:15
- 14:45

Collaboration’s Credit Premium and Detrimental Collaboration: Evidence from Economics

Speakers:
14:45
- 15:30

Walking Tour of the Mount Scopus Campus

15:30
- 16:00

Coffee

19:00

Dinner (Mona Restaurant)

Speakers

Presentations

Do Universities Substitute for Corporate Scientific Research?

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Do Universities Substitute for Corporate Scientific Research?

Time:
09:30h
- 10:00h

Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find, or Have Firms Just Become Too Big?

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Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find, or Have Firms Just Become Too Big?

Time:
10:00h
- 10:30h

Entrepreneurial Commercialization of Academic Science: Evidence from Twin Discoveries

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Entrepreneurial Commercialization of Academic Science: Evidence from Twin Discoveries

Time:
10:30h
- 11:00h

The Effects of Automation on Workers, Firms and Local Labor Markets: Lessons from the US Telephone Industry in the Early 20th Century

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The Effects of Automation on Workers, Firms and Local Labor Markets: Lessons from the US Telephone Industry in the Early 20th Century

Time:
11:30h
- 12:00h

The Dark Side of Technological Progress? Impact of E-Commerce on Employees at Brick & Mortar Retailers

Back to all presentations

The Dark Side of Technological Progress? Impact of E-Commerce on Employees at Brick & Mortar Retailers

Time:
12:00h
- 12:30h
Back to all presentations

Automation, Jobs, and Competition

Time:
12:30h
- 13:00h
Back to all presentations

Corporate Governance with Diverse Ownership

Time:
14:30h
- 15:00h

Speakers

Back to all presentations

CEO Activism as Communication to Multiple Audiences

Time:
15:00h
- 15:30h

Better Together? CEO Talent and Firm Performance

Back to all presentations

Better Together? CEO Talent and Firm Performance

Time:
15:30h
- 16:00h
Back to all presentations

The Fine Print of Smart Contracts

Time:
09:00h
- 09:30h

A Penny for Your Data: Data Labor Compensation in a Two-sided Market

Back to all presentations

A Penny for Your Data: Data Labor Compensation in a Two-sided Market

Time:
09:30h
- 10:00h
Back to all presentations

Adoption and Diffusion of AI in Healthcare

Time:
10:15h
- 10:45h
Back to all presentations

The State of Web Server Software (tentative title)

Time:
10:45h
- 11:15h

Intra-firm Division of Innovative Labor and the Organization of Science and Invention

Back to all presentations

Intra-firm Division of Innovative Labor and the Organization of Science and Invention

Time:
11:45h
- 12:15h

A Scientific Approach to Entrepreneurial Decision-making: Results from Three Randomized Control Trials

Back to all presentations

A Scientific Approach to Entrepreneurial Decision-making: Results from Three Randomized Control Trials

Time:
12:15h
- 12:45h
Back to all presentations

When Does AB Testing Affect Startup Performance?

Time:
13:45h
- 14:15h

Collaboration’s Credit Premium and Detrimental Collaboration: Evidence from Economics

Back to all presentations

Collaboration’s Credit Premium and Detrimental Collaboration: Evidence from Economics

Time:
14:15h
- 14:45h

Panel Discussions

Session 3: Policy Panel, Innovation and Inequality