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China-EU Research Center for Science, Technology, Innovation and Development | China-EU Innovation Dialogue Notice (Phase II)


Welcome to the 2nd China-EU Innovation Series webinar on October 18th! The webinar was organized in association with the Lise Meitner Research Group, the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.

Towards a new model of EU-China innovation cooperation: bridging the missing link between international university cooperation and international industry cooperation

Time:October 18, 2022, 11:00-12:30 (Helsinki time)/16:00-17:30 Beijing time

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  (https://tuni.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5UuduCrqzsoE9BdSmDSQxu8MtxRVvgyOaL4)

Speaker:Dr. Yuzhuo Choi, Senior Lecturer and Adjunct Professor, Higher Education Group (HEG), Faculty of Management and Business, University of Tampere, Finland

Moderator/Discuss:Dr. Anna Lisa Allers, Lise Meitner Research Group "China in the Global Science System", Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), Berlin

"My presentation is based on an article of the same name I recently published on Technovation. In view of the changing balance between China's challenges and opportunities for the EU, I propose a new model for China-EU cooperation in science, technology and innovation. The model calls for bridges and hidden links between China-EU university cooperation and China-EU industrial cooperation. While the interviews my research is based on were conducted in 2017-2018, before the dramatic changes in China-EU relations, I use the best practices discovered from empirical investigations to predict a pragmatic and sustainable model for China-EU innovation cooperation. For example, in developing the model, China-EU university cooperation can promote China-EU industrial cooperation, thereby promoting the development of China-EU multinational university industrial co-innovation networks by: 1) matching suitable industrial partners, 2) building trust between them, 3) Let industrial players have access to new resources,(4) Improve the reputation of international companies in their partner countries, (5) Create innovative business collaboration models.

Recommended reading materials:Cai Yi (2022). Towards a new model of EU-China innovation cooperation: bridging the missing link between international university cooperation and international industry cooperation. technological innovation.

doi:10.1016/j. Technological innovation. 2022.102553

dr choi yuk-cheukSenior Lecturer and Adjunct Professor at the Higher Education Group (HEG), Faculty of Management and Business, University of Tampere, Finland. He worked at HEG for 20 years and was an acting professor in the department from August 2013 to July 2014. He is the director of the Sino-Finnish Educational Research Centre, a networking organization involving more than 20 Chinese and Finnish universities, and the deputy director of the Centre for the Study of Transnationalism and Transformation (TRANSIT), an interdisciplinary research center for the three faculties of the University of Tampere. He is also a member of the coordinating group of the University of Tampere's Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Research Network. His main interests are higher education research and innovation research, focusing on the interaction between higher education and society. He has over 100 peer-reviewed publications in these fields, including papers in top/leading journals such as Higher Education, Higher Education Research, Higher Education Policy Review, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Journal of International Management Review, Technological Innovation, Minerva, Science and Public Policy, European Planning Research, Scientometrics and Sustainability.

Dr. Anna Lisa AllersHe is the head of the research group "China in the global scientific system" at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. As a Sinologist and political scientist by training, her research areas include local governance and administrative reform in China, the interaction of science and scholarship with China's political system, and comparative analysis of modern political systems. She is a member of the Youth Academy of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, and a member of the editorial team of the Chinese Governance Journal.

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