SMART symposium May 2018

This May symposium is particularly relevant for researchers contributing to Work Package 2. 

Photo: UiO/ Ståle Skogstad

Programme

Tuesday, 8 May

9:00    WP leader Meeting (by invitation only)

11:00  Lunch, followed by SMART media training (by invitation only)

Agenda communications / media workshop (Benedicte B. Eie og Erik Aasheim)

12:00  How to get out there? From call to action. Share your good and bad experiences.

12:45  How to say it? Small groups: Key questions and talking points

13:05  How to do it? Video-interviews with individual feedback. 10 min each

15:00  How did we do it? Evaluations of videos in plenary.

16:45  Wrap up / Commitments

 

Wednesday, 9 May

SMART Comprehensive analysis

09:00  Session 1: Setting the scene

Sustainability as our framework, defined as securing the social foundation within planetary boundaries; through which SDGs must be understood

EU & specific SMART H2020 context for our SMART comprehensive analysis

  • Aim of analysis
  • Factual scope: European businesses selling products to… etc. Comparative Chinese and US reflections.

11:00  Short break (15 minutes)

11:15  Session 2

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)

13:00  Lunch

14:00  Session 3

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Step 1: Taxonomy of market actors – who are the most influential and critical to concentrate our discussion on?

  • Businesses:
    • Tentative proposal of key European business influencers on global value chains of products sold in Europe, to concentrate analysis on: a) parent companies of corporate groups, b) parent of group of cooperatives, c) lead company of contractual network with/including global value chain
  • Financial markets:
    • investors: public, hybrid, private;
    • various types of gatekeepers, intermediaries, facilitators
  • Products markets:
    • public procurers
    • consumers
    • Certifiers
  • Labour markets: employees, trade unions.
  • Others?
  • Good case studies to include within each category?

Note: results of discussion in Step 1, may lead to changes in the subsequent steps.

15:45  Break

16:15  Session 4

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)Step 2: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected market actors in financial markets

18:00  End of sessions

19:00  Joint dinner at Restaurant EIK, Universitetsgata 11

 

Thursday, 10 May NB: Symposium will be held at Scandic hotel, St. Olavs plass

09:00 Session 5

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)Step 2: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected market actors in financial markets

Step 3: Discussion of regulatory ecology of public procurers in product markets

Step 4: Discussion of regulatory ecology of consumers in product markets

10:30  Short break (15 min)

10:45  Session 6

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)Step 2: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected market actors in financial markets

Step 3: Discussion of regulatory ecology of public procurers in product markets

Step 4: Discussion of regulatory ecology of consumers in product marketsStep 5: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected actors in labour market

13:00  Lunch

14:00  Session 7

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)Step 2: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected market actors in financial markets

Step 3: Discussion of regulatory ecology of public procurers in product markets

Step 4: Discussion of regulatory ecology of consumers in product marketsStep 5: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected actors in labour marketStep 6: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected business actors with the market part informed by Steps 2-5

15:30  Short break (15 minutes)

15:45  Session 7 continued

16:30  Planning how to move forward with the SMART comprehensive analysis

17:00  End of day

 

Friday, 11 May

9:00   Session 8

Brief presentation of the systemic and regulatory ecology approach to our analysis.

Brief presentation and discussion of outline (made available to participants by e-mail and through our internal pages)Step 2: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected market actors in financial markets

Step 3: Discussion of regulatory ecology of public procurers in product markets

Step 4: Discussion of regulatory ecology of consumers in product marketsStep 5: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected actors in labour marketStep 6: Discussion of regulatory ecology of selected business actors with the market part informed by Steps 2-5

Plan work with reform proposals and on PCD which we define as the Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development (shift from PCD to SDG implementation).

  • Brainstorming: how shall we move forward to with reform proposals?
  • Brainstorming: how shall we move forward with policy coherence work?

10:45  Break

11:15  Session 8 continued

13:00  Lunch

 

 

 

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