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會議名稱:第34屆太平洋經濟共同體國際研討會 (The 34th Pacific Economic Community Seminar)
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會議性質:國際(內)研討會
會議日期:2019/10/22
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會議說明:

   The 34th Pacific Economic Community Seminar 

Human-Centered Digital Economy – Building a More Prosperous Future

 

Date: October 22nd 2019

Venue: International Hall, 2F, Ambassador Hotel Taipei

Organizer: Chinese Taipei Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee (CTPECC)


09.00-09.30     Registration
09.30-09.35     Welcome Remark
                        Chien-Fu Lin, Chairman, CTPECC
09.35-09.40     Group Photo     

KEYNOTE SPEECH
Chair: Chien-Fu Lin, Chairman, CTPECC
09.40-10.10 Overview: 
                    A Human-Centered Vision for the Digital Economy (suggested topic)
                    Connie Chang, Director General, National Development Council

10.10-10.30    Coffee Break

 SESSION 1:  The Tech Standoff and its Implications for the Global Digital Economy

Economic and trade conflict between the big players has escalated from a “hot” tariff war into a prolonged strategic standoff in the technology sector. Over the past year, a range of companies and economies have taken various measures to respond to this widening conflict, including by relocating production bases. Given the possibility of a historically unprecedented shift in the global economic order, what are the potential implications for the future of technological innovation, the growth of the digital economy, and the global technology value chain? Most economies cannot avoid the fight for leadership of the global tech industry, so how can they adapt and optimize their policies and approaches in such a scenario?

Session Chair:  Chen-sheng Ho, Vice Chairman, CTPECC
10.30-11.00  Jaehan Cho,
                     Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade
11.00-11.30  Can Van Luc, 
                     Chief Economist of the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam
                     (BIDV) and Director of  BIDV Training School
11.30-12.00  Hsin-Lun Yang, Industry Analyst, Institute for Information Industry

12.00-12.10      Q&A

12.10-13.30      Lunch

SESSION 2: Integration 4.0 and the Digital Economy  

Integration 4.0 is the foundation of the 4th industrial revolution, which promises a digitalized world with fundamental changes to the way we perceive time and space. Moreover, with the digital economy and new technologies such as AI, IoT, and blockchain continuing to shape regional economic integration and trade cooperation, can these emerging trends be harnessed to create new opportunities in the evolving international trade system and bring benefits to more people?

Session Chair:  Benjamin Yuan, 
                      Professor, Institute of Management of Technology, Chiao Tung University

13.30-14.00   Digital Trade’s Vital Importance to Pacific Economies
                      Stephen Ezell, Vice President, Global Innovation Policy,
                      The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation

14.00-14.30    Andrew Kam Jia Yi, Senior Fellow, The National University of Malaysia

14.30-15.00    Chaoyin Chi, Division Director, Industry, Science and Technology 
                       International Strategy Center Industrial Technology Research Institute

15.00-15.10    Q&A

15.10-15.30    Coffee Break

SESSION 3:       Human-centered Digital Society Strategy 

 While economic development and social concerns may have been hard to reconcile with one another in the past, the advent of today’s digital society has bridged the gap between these two fields. With the help of smart technology that brings together our living and economic environments, and through the integration of different industries and disciplines, technology is expanding to all economic sectors and corners of daily life, driving industrial transformation and the ways in which we live. If the desired outcome is a human-centric society that, through the integration of cyberspace and physical space, balances economic advancement with the resolution of social problems, how can we promote this strategy to realize such a digital society, from both an individual-economy and a regional perspective?
 

Session chair: Cheryl H.J. Tseng, TIER Consult (Former Chief Secretary, National Development Council)

15.30-16.00    May-Ann, Lim, Executive Director,
                       Asia Cloud Computing Association & Managing Director, TRPC Pte Ltd
16.00-16.30    Naoko Iwasaki, Professor, Institute of eGovernment, Waseda University
16.30-17.00    Jan-Ming Ho, Deputy Executive Secretary, Office of Science & Technology

17.00-17.10      Q&A

 
   

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