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History

The AIEA-NBER Conference was formed in January, 2013,
  1. to build a broader research community on the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in order to enhance research and policy understanding in these areas;
  2. to share rigorous, current research by NBER researchers and other leading international researchers in order to enhance research in these areas; and
  3. to promote research on the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in order to enhance economic prosperity.
The founding presidents are Scott Stern (MIT and NBER) and Wonjoon Kim (KAIST and AIEA). The founding members of AIEA-NBER (2013) include a group of leading scholars in the Asia and NBER:
  • NBER

    • Scott Stern, MIT
    • Josh Lerner, Harvard University
    • Timothy Bresnahan, Stanford University
    • Thomas Hellman, Oxford University
    • Petra Moser, New York University
    • Erin Scott, NBER (currently, National University of Singapore)
  • China

    • Jian Gao, Tsinghua University
    • Xudong Gao, Tsinghua University
      (Regional President)
    • 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