The Potential for Public–Private Partnership in Commercializing Space

07 Jun , 17:00–18:15
The Global Economy in Search of a Balance
Congress Centre, conference hall D2

Investment in space initiatives and related fields has grown exponentially in recent years, posing a range of questions regarding the rules of governing the activity. How are various roles distributed between the private and public sectors in the world’s leading space nations? What adjustments to the national and international regulation should be made as near-Earth space becomes increasingly crowded? What are the key incentives and key hurdles to attracting private sector to the space industry and what are the prospects for growth of private investment in Russia and elsewhere, given the specifics of development of space technologies? What should be done to fully benefit from investments and when is public–private partnership the most effective form of collaboration?

Mikhail Remizov, President, National Strategy Institute

Alexey Belyakov, Vice-President, Executive Director of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
Andrei Dubovskov, President, Chairman of the Management Board, Sistema
Jean-Pascal Le Franc, Director for International Relations and Quality, National Centre for Space Studies
Kirk Pysher, President, International Launch Services (ILS)
Dmitry Rogozin, Director General, State Space Corporation ROSCOSMOS
Igor Snegurov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, VIS Group
Zhijian Wu, Chairman of the Management Board, China Space Foundation
Lionel Champeaud, Vice President, Head for Eastern Europe, Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH