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SMART SPECIALISATION STRATEGIES FOR INNOVATION -DRIVEN GROWTH Case studies - Group 4. By Dr. Raquel Ortega- Argilés University of Groningen. Composition of Group 4. KOREA – Gwangju Photonics Cluster SPAIN – Andalusian Aerospace Cluster TURKEY – East Marmara Automotive Cluster

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smart specialisation strategies for innovation driven growth case studies group 4

SMART SPECIALISATION STRATEGIES FOR INNOVATION-DRIVEN GROWTHCase studies - Group 4

By Dr. Raquel Ortega-Argilés

University of Groningen

Second Workshop, 10-11 May 2012, OECD-Paris

composition of group 4
Composition of Group 4
  • KOREA – GwangjuPhotonicsCluster
  • SPAIN – AndalusianAerospaceCluster
  • TURKEY – East MarmaraAutomotiveCluster
  • UK – The UK AutomotiveIndustry

VERTICAL CASES

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Understandtheprocess of industrytransformation

Ex–ante needs

  • Positioningtheindustry at the global level – whatothers are doing? What are wegood at? What can we try to do?
  • Identification, detection, assessment of new technologies –cross-technologydomains
  • Identification of marketpotential and financialneeds

Monitoring-Evaluation

  • Identificationof successes and failures: companies, application of policiesmeasures, etc.

Ex-post support

  • Creationof spillovers and absorptionof thereturns of theinvestmentsdone byprosperity, ec. growth.

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points to be included
Pointsto be included

Let’sStart!

  • WHERE?? Characteristics of theregionwheretheindustryislocated?? Myenvironment! Local inputs!
  • WHAT??Positioning of theindustry at global level: what can weachieve? What can webringtotheindustry?
  • FOR WHOM??Characteristics of themarket, currentneeds, potentialneeds, expectedchanges of themarketthat can affect me

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HOW??

  • What others do? Starting process of discovery – looking global competition (what is the future), university work (what are we doing at basic research level), by multinational presence (what multinationals may need locally), potential complementarities with other industries??
  • Whatwehave, whatweneed? Infrastructures, human capital, funding, training, re-branding??
  • Howmanywe are (criticalmass)? Complementaritieswithothersectors?
  • Cooperate? With whom (public-private partnerships); (other companies from sub-sectors); (business schools)? Where (locally, internationally)?

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Let’s LISTEN!

PUBLIC CONSULTATION

Stakeholders difficulties experienced in the

IMPLEMENTATION, DEVELOPMENT and COMMERCIALISATION

of specialisation evolutionary processes/patterns

Stakeholdersconsideration of policysupportmeasuresneeded: Role of pre-commercialprocurement ??

Thereis a need of transversal policies (human capital and talent??)

What can weachieve?

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Are wedoing ok??

MONITORING

Can we show successes and failures?

  • How I am goingtoevaluatethatcertainactivitieshavebeen a success?
  • Howtoevaluatepilotactivities, short-termresults and long-termresults
  • At intermediarylevel (technopol, university, etc.)
  • At firmlevel (scoreboard, surveystocheck: growth, profits, employment, spin-offs, exports, internationalisationprocesses)
  • At regional ornationallevel (employment, prosperity, productivity, etc.)

Do wehavetochangesomething?

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industrial clusters gwangju photonics cluster
INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERSGwangjuPhotonicsCluster
  • National Plan as a result of aneconomic crisis
  • Howistheinteractionbetweentheintermediaries and players in thecluster?
  • How has been done themonitoringprocess of thecluster ?

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industrial clusters east marmara automotive cluster
INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERSEast MarmaraAutomotiveCluster
  • Strenghting R&D and innovation competences through the supply chain: Howtheywill be assessed??
  • Increase the R&D capacity, innovation, design and brand building, How? Which are themechanismsthathavebeenappliedtosupportthe sector?? Whichkind of infrastructures?
  • Whichwerethemainconclusionsextractedfromthepublicconsultation?

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sectors industries andalusian aerospace sector
SECTORS/INDUSTRIESAndalusianAerospace Sector
  • Whichisthe role of themainplayers in thecluster?
  • Howthe inter-provincial processhavebeen set?

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sectors industries the uk automotive industry
SECTORS/INDUSTRIESThe UK AutomotiveIndustry
  • National Plan – tohelpthe sector in thetransitionintolow-carbonvehicles
  • Additionalexplanationneeded:
    • In thegoal of competitiveness (howthegovernmentincreasedthecompetition in thedevelopment of thesupplychainforthesevehicles)???
    • Howtheycreatethe viable environmenttosupportadoption???

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to develop further
Todevelopfurther
  • Failings in governmentsupport??
  • Measurestoovercomethelack of coordination
  • “intelligent fiscal incentives” focusedonthedesiredoutcomes??
  • Establishedcollaborations?
  • Fewacronymshaveto be check – TSB?
  • Consequences of theabolition of the regional agencies fortheindustry??

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