Saeed Valadbaygi

Saeed Valadbaygi

Executive Director & CTO

Saeed Valadbaygi is a researcher, developer, and editor specializing in democratic institution-building, political economy, and the role of exponential technologies in responding to state fragility, financial volatility, and population displacement. With a transdisciplinary background in industrial engineering, cognitive science, data science, and political science, he serves as the Executive Director and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Global Centre for Risk and Innovation (GCRI)

Email: [email protected]

2021
Integrated Value Reporting System (iVRS)

Stakeholder Engagement Mechanisms

Integrated Value Reporting System (iVRS) is a research project focusing on stakeholder engagement and verification layers for ESG disclosures

2020
Global Risk Index (GRIx)

Data for Global Risk Mitigation

Global Risk Index (GRIx) is a research project focusing on an international standard indexing system to catalogue open data sources relating to global risk reduction and humanitarian crises

2020
Earth Cooperation Treaty (ECT)

QV/QF for Digital Public Goods

Earth Cooperation Treaty (ECT) is a research project focusing on international law treaties that enable filing patent applications for public goods infrastructure

2018
Micro-production Model (MPM)

Work-integrated Micro-credentials

Micro-production Model (MPM) is a research project delivering integrated pathways on existing national portfolios on the right to inclusive education, skills development, and career mobility through LLL for all

2020
Sustainable Competency Framework (SCF)

Quadruple Helix for the Future of Work

Sustainable Competency Framework (SCF) is a research project focusing on dynamic approaches to skills taxonomies, competencies and policies for the twin digital-green transition

2020
Decentralized Innovation Commons (DICE)

Web3 for the Future of Societies

Decentralized Innovation Commons (DICE) is a research project on the next-generation of internet for sustainable innovation in pluralistic democracies

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