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Supporting Online Material for Computational Social Science

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Supporting Online Material for Computational Social Science David Lazer,* Alex Pentland, Lada Adamic, Sinan Aral, Albert-László Barabási, Devon Brewer, Nicholas Christakis, Noshir Contractor, James Fowler, Myron Gutmann, Tony Jebara, Gary King, Michael Macy, Deb Roy, Marshall Van Alstyne *E-mail: david_lazer@harvard.
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Organizers
th The organizers of the 13APK are: Indo-German Chamber of Commerce Deutsch-Indische Handelskammer
with the
German Chambers of Commerce Abroad Deutsche Auslandshandelskammern
In cooperation with: Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business Asien-Pazifik Ausschuss (APA) der deutschen Wirtschaft
German Federal Ministry of Economics and TechnologyBundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technolo-gie (BMWi)
APA is a joint initiative of the following business organizations: Federation of German Industries Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie (BDI)
Association of German Chambers ofIndus-try and Commerce Deutscher Industrie-und Handelskammertag e.V. (DIHK)
German Asia-Pacific Business Association Ostasiatischer Verein e. V. (OAV)
Federation of German Wholesale and Foreign Trade Bundesverband des deutschen Groß- und Außenhandels
Association of German Banks Bankenverband
Programme 13th Asia-PacificConference of German Business st rd 3 November20121 to  TheLeela Kempinski Hotel, Gurgaon, Delhi, India
19.30 hrs
09.00 – 11.00 hrs
11.00- 11.30 hrs 11.30 – 13.00 hrs
st Thursday, 1November 2012 Welcome Reception at the Mobile Space of the “Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities” programme in New Delhi nd Friday, 2November 2012 Welcome by APK Conference Chairmen at the Pearl Ballroom
Dr. Philipp Rösler Vice-Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology (BMWi), Federal Republic of Germany
Peter Löscher Chairman, Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA) and CEO, Siemens AG
Opening Panel I
Speakers:
Dr. Philipp Rösler Vice-Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology (BMWi), Federal Republic of Germany
Dr. Pranab Mukherjee Finance Minister, Govt. of India
Peter Löscher Chairman, Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA) and CEO, Siemens AG
Jürgen Fitschen Chairman, OAV - German Asia-Pacific Business Association and Member of the Management Board, Deutsche Bank AG
Moderator: Klaus-Dieter Frankenberger Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Coffee Break Opening Panel II – The Asian Perspective
Dr. Pranab Mukherjee Finance Minister, Govt. of India
Lim Hng Kiang(tbc) Minister of Trade, Republic of Singapore
13.00 – 14.30 hrsLunch
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14.30 - 16.00 hrs.
16.00 -16.30 hrs.
16.30 - 18.00 hrs.
Programme nd Friday, 2November 2012 2 Parallel Forums in Pearl Ballroom and Royal Room 1.ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES How can governments and industry balance strong national regulation for environmental  protection and self-government in the business sector? What can we learn from best practices to combine business success and environmental  protection? What do energy concepts of the future need to look like so as to satisfy requirements of  emerging markets? Panelists:
Dr. Hubert Lienhard President & CEO, Voith GmbH
Christine Loh, (tbc) CEO, Civic Exchange, Hong Kong
Jürgen Wild CEO, M+W Group GmbH
Moderator: Dr. Martin Wansleben CEO, Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK)
2. URBAN MOBILITY How can public and private transport in Asia’s urban areas be combined in a sustainable  way? How can new solutions in urban infrastructure and modes of transport contribute to solving  the problems of Asian urban areas? How can we prevent a race for rising national subsidies to promote e-mobility? Panelists:
Kamal Nath Minister for Urban Development, Govt. of India.
Dr. Roland Busch Board Member, Siemens AG CEO, Sector Infrastructure & Cities
Coffee Break
2 Parallel Forums in Pearl Ballroom and Royal Room 1. SCIENCE / INNOVATION What are the common interests of German and Asian companies and research institutions  in cooperating in R&D? Can/should competitors become partners? How does the dynamical development in R&D and innovation in the Asian emerging  countries influence the relationship between Germany and Asia? What can governments do to support the promotion of international R&D cooperation,  especially for technology-oriented SMEs?
19.00 hrs.
09.00-09.15 hrs.
09.15 - 10.30 hrs
10.30 - 11.00 hrs
11.00-12.30 hrs
12.30 - 14.30 hrs
14.30 - 16.00 hrs
Programme nd Friday, 2November 2012 Introductory Remarks: Prof. Dr. Annette Schavan Federal Minister of Education and Research Federal Republic of Germany
2. RAW MATERIALS: AVAILABILITY, RECYCLING AND SUBSTITUTION What needs to be done in trade policy in order to create a level playing field in international  commodity trade? What is the potential of urban mining for sourcing raw materials? How can we foster international solutions over national ones to substitute raw materials  in industry?
Panelists: Dinner Reception hosted by BMW at Hotel Oberoi, Gurgaon
rd Saturday, 3November 2012 Introduction and wrap up of first conference day
Peter Löscher Chairman, Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA) and CEO, Siemens AG
AMBASSADOR’S FORUM Panelists: Selected German Ambassadors in Asia Moderator:
Prof. Hans-Peter Keitel President, Federation of German Industry (BDI)
Coffee Break
2 Parallel Forums in Pearl Ballroom and Royal Room 1. SOURCING AND LOGISTICS: QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY How can the challenges to transparency, reliability and quality control in supply chain  management be tackled? How can supply chain optimisation meet the challenges of environmental and social  standards? Supply chain management after Fukushima – What are lessons learned in terms of product  safety and traceability? 2. WATER AND INDUSTRIES management approachesAdapting to regional needs – How can efficient technologies and  “Made in Germany” contribute to local challenges? Waste water treatment in the face of the megacity – a dirty future? How can both modern demands and the protection of ecosystems be met by modern water  supply solutions? Lunch
2 Parallel Forums in Pearl Ballroom and Royal Room 1. AGEING SOCIETY AND HEALTH CARE Will ageing societies and future health system reforms create the next Asian mega market? Asian medical tourism – Just a buzzword or a promising growth market? Are generics challenging European pharmaceutical companies in Asia?A matter of price –
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16.00 - 16.30 hrs
16.30 - 17.30 hrs
18.00 hrs.
Programme rd Saturday, 3November 2012 2. FINANCING What are the strategies of companies in Asia and Europe to cope with uncertainties in  the stability of major currencies? How can we ensure a level playing field in national schemes of trade promotion? What are the challenges for opening up financial markets to foreign investors? Panelists:
Dr. Markus Kerber CEO/Director General, Federation of German Industries (BDI)
Coffee Break
Concluding Remarks
Dr. Philipp Rösler Vice-Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology, Federal Republic of Germany
Peter Löscher Chairman, Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA) and CEO, Siemens AG
Closing Reception On the invitation of Dr. Philipp Rösler, Vice-Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology (BMWi) and the German Ambassador at the German Embassy Speakers:
Dr. Philipp Rösler Vice-Chancellor and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology, Federal Republic of Germany
N.N. The Ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany
End of Asia Pacific Conference programme and end of the “Germany and India 2011/2012: Infinite Opportunities” programme
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Morning
Evening
Morning
Evening
Morning
Evening
Supplementary Programme
th Sunday, 4November 2012 Supplementary Programme I busTransfer from Leela Kempinskito domestic airport by
Departure Delhi by charter Jet Airways/Kingfisher flight for Agra
Arrival at Agra and transfer by bus to hotel
Lunch at Phool Bhag, Taj Gateway Hotel Fatehabad Road
Visit to the Taj Mahal
Gala Dinner at the Poolside, Hotel Oberoi Amarvilas
th Monday, 5November 2012 Supplementary Programme II After breakfast, transfer to domestic airport
Departure Agra by charter Jet Airways/Kingfisher flight for Udaipur
Arrival at Udaipur and transfer by bus to hotel
Lunch at the Durbar Hall, Fateh Prakash Palace
Sound and Light Show at City Palace of Maharaja of Udaipur,
 followed by
Dinner Reception at the Sunset Terrace, Shiv Niwas Palace
th Tuesday, 6November 2012 After breakfast, Departure hotel by bus for City Tour of Udaipur
Lunch at the Pool area, Shikarbadi
Departure by boats to Jag Mandir Island for Gala Dinner
th Wednesday, 7November 2012 Supplementary Programme III After breakfast,
Transfer to domestic airport
Departure Udaipur by charter Jet Airways/Kingfisher flight for Mumbai.  (lunch on board)
Arrival at Mumbai and transfer to hotel Oberoi/ Trident Nariman Point
th 56AGM of the IGCC at the Regal Room, Hotel Trident Nariman Point
AGM Dinner Reception at the Rooftop, Hotel Trident Nariman Point
End of supplementary programme
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