How will the post-corona world change? Both the new U.S. Biden administration and the European Commission have positioned green growth, decarbonization and digital transformation as keys to the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Where are the policies of the U.S. and Europe going? What efforts are industries undertaking in each country? How should Japan respond? Experts from the U.S., Europe, and Japan, as well as industry, will explore the frontiers of green growth and DX, and explore avenues for international cooperation in the post-corona era.

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Time and Date 17:00-19:10 (JST), Tuesday, March 2, 2021 (Registration opens at 16:45)
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17:00-17:05 Opening Remarks

YANO Makoto (Chairman, RIETI)


17:05-18:05 Session 1: Green Growth

17:05-17:25 Presentation

Christoph M. SCHMIDT (President, RWI Essen / Research Fellow, CEPR)

17:25-18:05 Panel Discussion
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ARIMURA Toshi (Faculty Fellow, RIETI / Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics and Director, Research Institute for Environmental Economics and Management, Waseda University)

Jean-Luc di PAOLA-GALLONI (Group Vice-President, Sustainable Development and External Affairs, Valeo)

David POPP (Caroline Rapking Faculty Scholar in Public Administration and Policy at the Maxwell School, Syracuse University)

Christoph M. SCHMIDT (President, RWI Essen / Research Fellow, CEPR)

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WATANABE Tetsuya(Vice President, RIETI)

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18:05-19:05 Session 2: Digital Transformation

18:05-18:25 Presentation

Richard BALDWIN (Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva)

18:25-19:05 Panel Discussion
Panelists (Alphabetical order)

Susan AARONSON (Research Professor and Director of the Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub, GWU Cross-Disciplinary Fellow, Affiliate, Institute for International Economic Policy; Sigur Center, and Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University)

Richard BALDWIN (Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva)

Georgios PETROPOULOS (Research Fellow, Bruegel)

TANAKA Kazuya (Research Fellow, GRIPS Alliance / School of Engineering, University of Tokyo / CTO&CSO, scheme verge Inc.)

TODO Yasuyuki (Faculty Fellow, RIETI / Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University)

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WATANABE Tetsuya(Vice President, RIETI)

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19:05-19:10 Closing remarks

Richard BALDWIN (Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva)


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