2013 MissionThe objectives of the AIEA-NBER Conference are
- to build a broader research community on the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in order to enhance research and policy understanding in these areas;
- to share rigorous, current research by NBER and other leading international researchers in order to enhance research in these areas; and
- to promote research on the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in order to enhance economic prosperity.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Comparisons between Asia and North America In the midst of uneven econo- mic performance around the globe, there has been a significant increase in attention towards the economic drivers and consequences of innovation and entrepreneurship. The AIEA-NBER Conference Series aims to advance our understanding of innovation and entrepreneurship by together researchers from North America and Asia to present and discuss frontier research. The first meeting focuses on key differences (and commonaliti- es) between Asia and North America in the development and commercialization of innovation, and the role of entrepreneurial ecosystems in shaping economic performance.
KAIST Social Science Korea
(SSK) 2012 Research Group
Director, Prof. Wonjoon Kim
(Associate Professor, KAIST)
National Research Foundation
(NRF) of Korea Grant funded
by the Korean Government
Korean Society for Innovation
Management and Economics