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About AIEA

The AIEA

Asian Innovation and Entrepreneurship Association

The AIEA

The purpose of Asian Innovation and Entrepreneurship Association (AIEA) is to advance the economic growth and quality of life in Asian countries by stimulating and disseminating innovation in diverse areas of Asian society. In order to achieve the goal, AIEA builds strong partnerships and promotes cooperation among participant countries by: (1) building AIEA as a platform for coordinating activities; (2) preparing funds for various activities and programs which stimulate innovation; and (3) enhancing collaboration across university, government, and companies. Founding members of AIEA are:

  • China

    • Xudong Gao, Tsinghua University
      (Regional President)
    • Jian Gao, Tsinghua University
    • Xibao Li, Tsinghua University
    • Wei Zhang, Tsinghua University
  • Japan

    • Kazuyuki Motohashi, the University of Tokyo (Regional President)
    • Kazumitsu Nawata, the University of Tokyo
    • Hiroshi Ohashi, the University of Tokyo
    • Sotaro Shibayama, the University of Tokyo
    • Fumiko Takeda, the University of Tokyo
  • Korea

    • Wonjoon Kim, KAIST (President of AIEA)
    • Minki Kim, KAIST
    • Yoonseok Baik, KAIST
    • Keun Lee, Seoul National University
    • Taehyun Jung, Hanyang University
    • Jinyoung Kim, Korea University
    • Seongwuk Moon, Sogang University

The NBER

National Bureau of Economic Research

The NBER is the nation's leading nonprofit economic research organization. Twenty-two Nobel Prize winners in Economics and thirteen past chairs of the President's Council of Economic Advisers have been researchers at the NBER. The more than 1,100 professors of economics and business now teaching at colleges and universities in North America who are NBER researchers are the leading scholars in their fields. These Bureau associates concentrate on four types of empirical research: developing new statistical measurements, estimating quantitative models of economic behavior, assessing the economic effects of public policies, and projecting the effects of alternative policy proposals.