We are happy to welcome as keynote speakers:
- Anne Huff (Founding Director of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM), London Business School) and James O. Huff (Metalwind): "Cognitive maps and path dependencies in organizational decision making"
Anne Sigismund Huff is the Founding Director of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM), a visiting professor at the TUM Business School with a joint appointment at the Center for Advanced Teaching and Learning in the Social Sciences at the University of Colorado. She has also been on the faculty of Cranfield School of Management and a visiting Professor at London Business School. She received an MA in Sociology and a PhD in Management from Northwestern University, and has been on the faculty at UCLA and the University of Illinois. Her research interests focus on strategic change, both as a dynamic process of interaction among firms and as a cognitive process affected by the interaction of individuals over time.
- Paul David (Senior Fellow , Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, & Professor of Economics (Emeritus), Stanford University Senior Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford Professor Emeritus of Economics and Economic History, The University of Oxford):
"Techno-Institutional Co-evolution...and the End of Copyright History"
Research Interests: The economics of technological change, demographic change, and institutional change, and other areas of theoretical and empirical research on the nature of path-dependence in economic processes; economic history, with special reference to long-term productivity growth and development in the U.S. and the North Atlantic economies since 1790.