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SEE 2020 Monitoring. Presentation by OECD Investment Compact for South East Europe Salzburg, Austria October 10, 2013. The OECD Investment Compact for SEE contributes to both monitoring and implementation of the SEE2020 strategy. SEE 2020 Monitoring. Sector competitiveness.

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See 2020 monitoring

SEE 2020 Monitoring

Presentation by OECD Investment Compact for South East Europe

Salzburg, Austria

October 10, 2013


See 2020 monitoring

The OECD Investment Compact for SEE contributes to both monitoring and implementation of the SEE2020 strategy

SEE 2020 Monitoring

Sector competitiveness


The monitoring component builds on a tradition of assessment of investment climate in see

The monitoring component builds on a tradition of assessment of investment climate in SEE

2010

2012

2013

2005

2006

2011

4th SEE ministerial in Sofia, Bulgaria, 10 June

Ministers agree on the need for a regional framework for investment consistent with EU principles and inspired by the OECD Policy Framework for Investment.

5th SEE ministerial in Vienna, Austria on 27 June

Ministers endorse a “Regional framework on Investment”

Completion of first Investment Reform Index

2nd Investment Reform Index released

6th SEE Ministerial

SEE 2020 Vision based on five pillars (integrated, smart, sustainable, inclusive and governance for growth

7th SEE Ministerial

Endorsement of SEE 2020 headline targets

8th SEE Ministerial

Endorsement of SEE 2020 Strategy

Greater time and staff commitment


Monitoring structure

Monitoring structure

  • Assess policies used to implement the SEE 2020 Strategy, based on tools developed by the OECD

  • Regional Framework for Investment (IRI)

  • Product-Market Regulation,

  • Labour Market Regulation,

  • Services Trade Restrictiveness Index,

  • Government at a Glance,

  • Education at a Glance,

  • Innovation Strategy

Track progress on the achievement of overall progress on the Strategy, including but not limited to the headline targets

Follow the SEE 2020 Strategy, including its pillars and dimensions


Implementation of monitoring through a tripartite assessment

Implementation of monitoring through a tripartite assessment

Regional organisations

Government

self-

assessment

Independent experts

Private Sector


Monitoring framework illustrative

Monitoring framework (illustrative)

Indicators

Pillars

Dimensions

D. Human Capital Development

Policy

Impact/

Outcome

Integrated

Qualitative

Quantitative

Smart

1. Quality, qualifications and mobility

  • National policy approach to widen participation in higher education

  • Development and implementation of work-related system of continuing education and training

  • Participation in education and training by educational level and gender

  • Educational attainment by educational level

  • Drop-out rates by educational institution

Sustainable

2. Inclusiveness and lifelong learning

Inclusive

3. Entrepreneurial learning

Governancefor growth

E. R&D and innovation

F. Digital Society

G. Culture & Creative sectors


Monitoring framework illustrative1

Monitoring framework (illustrative)

Indicators

Pillars

Dimensions

D. Human Capital Development

Policy

Impact/

Outcome

Integrated

1. No CET strategy exists.

2. A CET Strategy is being drafted.

3. CET strategy adopted, based on input from relevant public and private sector institutions and civil society. The strategy includes indicators of success, an action plan, allocated budgets and resources to monitor the strategy’s implementation.

4. Level 3 + Evidence of strategy implementation, with targeted support measures, linkages to the national qualification framework, and wide dissemination of information on CET programmes.

5. Level 4+ Strategy implementation occurs with a high quality of programme delivery. Information gathered is used to improve policy. Regular private sector consultation.

Qualitative

Quantitative

Smart

1. Quality, qualifications and mobility

  • Participation in education and training (25-64 year olds)

  • Reduce early leavers from education and training

  • Increase tertiary educational attainment as % of population

  • National policy approach to widen participation in higher education

  • Development and implementation of work-related system of continuing education and training

Sustainable

2. Inclusiveness and lifelong learning

Inclusive

3. Entrepreneurial learning

Governancefor growth

E. R&D and innovation

F. Digital Society

G. Culture & Creative sectors


Next generation competitiveness initiative monitoring component output example from iri 2010

Next Generation Competitiveness Initiative:Monitoring component output (example from IRI 2010)

Source: OECD InvestmentReform Index 2010


Next generation competitiveness initiative monitoring component output example from iri 20101

Next Generation Competitiveness Initiative:Monitoring component output (example from IRI 2010)

Source: OECD InvestmentReform Index 2010


See2020 strategy monitoring t imeline

2014

2015

2013 Q3

SEE2020 Strategy Monitoring: Timeline

June: Release of “SEE Outlook”

Sept.: Grid distributed to reg. org’s

2016 Q2

Jan: Consult grid with contact points from reg. org’s

May: Missions to working meetings of reg. org’s completed

Jan: Filled grids received from contact points of reg. org’s

Sept: 1st analysis completed

Oct: Review meetings with reg. org’s, their country contact points and local experts (4 meetings)

July: OECD work on grids starts

SEE ministerial

Febr-Mar: Grids filled by local independent experts and private sector representatives

Nov-Dec: In-house feedback on grid

June: Feedback on grids from governments received

Jan: Final review meetings with reg. org’s and their country contact points (4 meetings)


See 2020 monitoring

Thank you for your attention.

Alan Paic

Head

OECD Investment Compact for SEE

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)


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