The World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities 14th Edition, Safe and Ethical Cyberspace, digital assets and risk: How to assess the intangible impacts of A growing phenomenon?, is organised by The European Chair on Intellectual Capital, the University Paris-Sud And UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Information for All Program (IFAP),
June 14 & 15 2018
With a Regional Focus: FRANCE
Please register using this registration link (registration is free and required to attend the event)
Venue :
UNESCO Headquarters,
7 place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris

Conference report and speakers’ slides

The conference report will be made available here.
You will be able to download the speakers’ slides below very soon.

Session 1

  • “Safe and Ethical cyberspace”, Chafica Haddad, Chair IFAP Council
    (speech – no slides available)
  • “Innovation Policies at the Digital Age“, Dominique Guellec, OECD
  • “Platformisation of government agencies: Lessons from Estonia”, Marten Kaevats, Republic of Estonia Government Office (speech – no slides available)
  • “How a government addresses the issue of cyberrisks“, Guillaume Poupard, Director General, ANSSI (speech – no slides available)
  • “Digital agenda for cyber-risks”, Jakub Boratynski, DG Connect (on-line, no slides available)

Session 2

  • Key note speech: Indrajet Banerjee, UNESCO
    (speech – no slides available)

Session 3

  • “The emerging insurance market for cyber risks”, Leigh Wolfrom, OECD
  • “The new strategic value creation”, Philippe Cotelle, Airbus
  • “How to develop strategies for facing cyberrisks ?“, Laurent Peliks, EY
  • “Micro and Macro Impacts of Cyberrisks: Interim results of H2020 HERMENEUT Project“, Ahmed Bounfour, Niaz Kammoun, Altay Ozaygen, and Rokhaya Dieye, Paris-Sud University
  • “HERMENEUT Case Study Approach“, Alexander Szanto, BIGS

Session 4

  • “How much does France invest in Intangibles?“ , Rémi Lallement, France Stratégie
  • “Development of IP transfer ”, Didier Patry, France Brevets
  • “Patents: Towards a suitable quantitative and qualitative measurement of an intangible ?”, Frédéric Caillaud, INPI
  • “IP assets and value creation”, André Gorius, Solvay & LES France

Session 5

  • “Growing against conventional wisdom: economic development in Heilbronn-Franconia, Germany”,
    Johannes Glückler, Heidelberg University
  • “The digitalization of SMEs in service industries: How can policy help?”, Maximilian Benner, Vienna
  • “Innovation through Smart Specialisation in MENA Countries”, Tanja Woronowicz, Bremen University
  • “Knowledge transfer and the impact issue: an institutional perspective”, Laura Kreiling, Paris-Sud University

Session 6

  • “Japan’s strategic vision on IP and national branding”, Takayuki Sumita, Secretary General, Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters, Cabinet Office
  • “Intangible capital of Brazil: the need for impact evaluation”, Helena Tenório Veiga de Almeida, BNDES
  • “Intangible capital of Nordic Countries: a navigation map”, Leif Edvinsson, Carol Lin, National Chengchi University
  • “Adding Ethics to the IC Mix”, Susan Alexander, Lux IC

Session 7

  • “Digital platforms as evolving institutions: the case of China”, Xunhua Guo, Tsinghua University
  • “How to get value from data: Dawex business model”, Fabrice Tocco, Dawex
  • “How do platforms use data for innovation”, Christian Reimsbach-Kounatze, OECD
  • “Global platforms and investment in intangible capital: a review”, Ahmed Bounfour, Paris-Sud University

Session 8

  • “The Role of Intangible Capital in Global Value Chains“, Sacha Wunsch-Vincent, WIPO and Wen Chen, University of Groningen

Session 9

  • “Accounting and Financial Reporting in the Intangible Economy: Challenge and Solution“, Feng Gu, School of Management, University at Buffalo on his book with Baruch Lev, NYU “The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers”
  • “The Future of Intangibles”, Hannu Piekkola, University of Vaasa
  • “Opportunities from ideas and intangibles – digitalisation and cybersecurity policy”, Marianne Paasi, TU Berlin
  • “Our Next Steps on WICI’s Intangibles Study & Research”, Yasuhito Hanado, Waseda University
  • “Integrated Reports in Japan 2017“, Yoshiko Shibasaka, KPMG Japan
  • “Intellectual Capital for Communities Perspectives, Vision for the Future“, Satoshi Funahashi, Intellectual Capital Management Group
  • “Intellectual Capital for the Startup Community – what should be the next steps?“, Tadashi Takiguchi, Weru Investment
  • “Econophysic Approach:Update and Extensions“, Thomas J Housel, Wolfgang Baer and Richard Bergin, Naval Postgraduate School