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THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF INNOVATION POLICY COURSE 22 – 26 OCTOBER 2007. TOWARDS INNOVATION POLICY IN MALAYSIA. Serifah Habibah Abd. Majid. BRIEFING OUTLINE. Malaysia in Brief Current Status of Initiatives Towards Innovation Policy Achievements. MALAYSIA in Brief.

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towards innovation policy in malaysia

THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF

INNOVATION POLICY COURSE

22 – 26 OCTOBER 2007

TOWARDS INNOVATION POLICY IN MALAYSIA

Serifah Habibah Abd. Majid

briefing outline
BRIEFING OUTLINE
  • Malaysia in Brief
  • Current Status of Initiatives Towards Innovation Policy
  • Achievements
malaysia in brief
MALAYSIA in Brief

General Indicators/Info

  • Area : 330 252km2

(Peninsular Malaysia + Sabah + Labuan + Sarawak)

  • Population : 27.6 million
  • Multi-ethnic country (Malay, Chinese, Indian etc)

Economic Indicators

  • Labour Force : 11.8 million
  • Percentage of Unemployment : 3.5%
  • GDP : RM546.3 billion (USD147.6 billion)
  • Per capita income : USD 5,388
  • Comparison of GDP % p.a.
innovation governance structure
INNOVATION GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE

NATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL (NIC)

Chairperson : Hon. Prime Minister

SECRETARIAT

Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation

NIC WORKING COMMITTEE

Chairperson : Hon. Minister of Science, Technology & Innovation

structural support
STRUCTURAL SUPPORT

NATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL

  • Announced by the Hon. Prime Minister in April 2004
  • Shift in thinking – initial intention as an umbrella body for R&D activities
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TechnoFund

ScienceFund

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

3 Grant Schemes to move economy up the value chain

InnoFund

slide8

THE END TO END VALUE CHAIN

PRE-R&D

R&D

PRE-COM

COMMERCIALISATION

Incubation/

Early

Growth

Value

Realisation

Prototype

Development

Mature

Stage

Pre-R&D

Process

Value

Analysis

Concept/

Idea

Basic

R

Applied

R

Pilot

Plant /

CR Prototype

ScienceFund

Priority Setting, Technology Scanning

TechnoFund

CRDF,TAF/ TAF-W

VCs, MAVCAP,MOF, Industries

slide9

TechnoFund

ScienceFund

InnoFund

SCIENCEFUND

  • To generate new knowledge through basic and applied sciences;
  • To develop laboratory proof of concept; and
  • To enhance research capability and increase number of researchers.

Allocation under the 9th Malaysia Plan – RM 1.2 Billion

technofund

TechnoFund

ScienceFund

InnoFund

TECHNOFUND
  • Stimulate the growth and successful innovation of Malaysian medium and large enterprises by increasing the level of R&D to market or commercialisation.
  • Increase capability and capacity of Malaysian IHL and RI to commercialise the R&D findings through spin-offs / licensing.

Allocation under the 9th Malaysia Plan – RM 1.3 Billion

innofund

TechnoFund

ScienceFund

INNOFUND

InnoFund

Individual, Micro

and Small

Enterprises

Development of new or

improvement of

existing products,

process or services

with elements

of innovation

Community Groups

Conversion of

knowledge / idea into

products / process

/ services that

improve the quality

of life of communities

Allocation under the 9th Malaysia Plan – RM 0.2 Billion

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S&T INDICATORS, 1998 - 2004

2004

1998

2000

2002

Total R&D Expenditure (RM million)

Public

Private

R&D expenditure as a

percentage of GDP

Number of researchers

R&D efforts spent as a percentage of headcount (FTE)

Number of researchers per 10,000 labour force

2,843.8

810.2

2033.6

0.63

23,092

58%

21.3

1,127.0

380.9

746.1

0.39

6,249

55%

7

1,671.5

703.6

967.9

0.5

15,022

43%

15.6

2,500.6

867.5

1633.1

0.69

17,790

43%

18

Note : FTE - Full Time Equivalent is based on the actual proportion of time spent on R&D.

Source : National Survey of R&D 2006

slide14

Cont…

S&T INDICATORS, 1998 - 2004

1996

2004

1998

1998

2000

2000

2002

2002

1,999

176

1,823

1,549

24

1,525

Total Patents Filed

- Resident

- Non-resident

Total Patents Granted

- Resident

- Non-resident

5,963

193

5,770

566

21

545

6,227

206

6,021

405

24

381

4,937

322

4,615

1,492

32

1,460

Source : MOSTI Facts & Figures 2006

slide15

MAJOR ICT INDICATORS

Source : MOSTI Facts & Figures 2006

slide16

International Comparison

Note: Figure 2004

SOURCE: MOSTI National Survey on R&D 2006

slide19

TERMS OF REFERENCE

NATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL

  • To provide the strategic direction for enhancing the innovative capacity and accelerating the pace of innovation in the nation
  • To oversee the coordination of policy initiatives that impact on innovation
  • To oversee the development of a creative and entrepreneurial society
  • To assess the state of innovation in the country and the extent they meet prescribed national vision and objectives
slide20

TERMS OF REFERENCE

NIC WORKING COMMITTEE

vision 2020
VISION 2020
  • ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE
    • a fully developed country by the year 2020
  • The sixth challenge
    • establishing a scientific & progressive society, a society that is innovative & forward-looking, one that is not only a consumer or technology but also a contributor to the scientific & technological civilization of the future.
national vision policy master plan for knowledge based economy
NATIONAL VISION POLICYMaster Plan For Knowledge Based Economy
  • To increase international competitiveness

- competition among the developing and developed countries for FDI

  • The Information Age

The challenge : to transform into the K-economy, with potential growth by moving into a new and higher trajectory

slide23
1st key thrust
  • To move the economy up the value chain

2nd key thrust

  • To raise capacity for knowledge

and innovation

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