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23 October 2013
Joint National Seminar: Substantive Segment on Innovation Policy in Support of Innovative Green Technologies
Session I: Innovation Policies for Greening the Economy
1.    Diversification and innovation strategies in natural resource-rich economies: Benchmarking Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan
Mr. Thomas Andersson, President of the Board, Knowledge Economy and Enterprise Development (IKED), Sweden; Senior Advisor to the Research Council, Sultanate of Oman; and former President of Jonkoping University, Swedenpdf
2.    Introduction to the systemic approach of promoting innovative green technologies
Mr. Rumen Dobrinsky, former Director, Economic Cooperation and Integration Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf
3.    Environmental challenges and opportunities in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan – The importance of integration of innovation and environmental policies
Mr. Dieter Hesse, former Senior Economic Affairs Officer in the areas of economic analysis and environmental policy, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf
4.    Stimulating sustainable development: Green technologies, innovation and entrepreneurship
Mr. Thomas Andersson, President of the Board, Knowledge Economy and Enterprise Development (IKED), Sweden; Senior Advisor to the Research Council, Sultanate of Oman; and former President of Jonkoping University, Swedenpdf
Session II: Findings of National Assessment Reports on Innovation Policy – with special reference to the adaptation of green technologies
1.    Assessment and policy recommendations: Azerbaijan
Mr. Rumen Dobrinsky, former Director, Economic Cooperation and Integration Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf
2.    Assessment and policy recommendations: Kazakhstan
Mr. Dieter Hesse, former Senior Economic Affairs Officer, Economic Analysis Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf
24 October 2013
Joint National Seminar: Substantive Segment on Financing Innovative Green Technology Projects through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)
Session I:  Basic Principles of Public-Private Partnerships
1.    The UNECE approach to promoting international PPP best practices and standards: the International PPP Centre of Excellence
Mr. Tony Bonnici, Economic Affairs Officer, Economic Cooperation, Trade, and Land Management Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf

     Video: Introduction to PPPwatch
2.    International legal best practices in PPPs
Ms. Ana-Katarina Hajduka Shields, Croatia, Member of the UNECE Team of     Specialists on PPPspdf
3.    The PPP good governance challenge
Mr. Tony Bonnici, Economic Affairs Officer, Economic Cooperation, Trade, and Land Management Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europepdf
     Video: The PPP good governance (Haemodialysis - Philippines)watch
4.    Undertaking successful PPPs in Kazakhstan
Mr. Stephen Watson, United Kingdom, Head of Service – PPP Advisory, IPApdf
5.    Undertaking successful PPPs in Azerbaijan
Ms. Ana-Katarina Hajduka Shields, Croatia, Member of the UNECE Team of     Specialists on PPPspdf
6.    Emerging PPP market experience: lessons learned by Poland and how they can be applied to Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan
Mr. Bartosz Mysiorski, Poland, Member of the UNECE Team of Specialists on PPPspdf
Session II:  Case Studies in Green Technology PPP Projects
1.    International PPP best practice in renewable energy
Ms. Ana-Katarina Hajduka Shields, Croatia, Member of the UNECE Team of     Specialists on PPPspdf
2.    The use of clean technologies in transport PPP projects
Mr. Stephen Watson, United Kingdom, Head of Service – PPP Advisory, IPApdf
3.    PPPs in wind and solar farms
Ms. Ana-Katarina Hajduka Shields, Croatia, Member of the UNECE Team of     Specialists on PPPspdf