Project Title

Workshop on Effective Domestic Policymaking for Stimulating Economic Upgrading through Global Value Chains 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

CTI 14 2019A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

CTI 14 2019A 

Project Title

Workshop on Effective Domestic Policymaking for Stimulating Economic Upgrading through Global Value Chains 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and Global Value Chains (FTAAP and GVCs) 

Project Year

2019 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

110,303 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

110,303 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Russia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; China; Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/05/2019 

Expected Completion Date

31/03/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Arina Podvyaznikova (wef 9 September 2021) 

Job Title 1

Not Applicable 

Organization 1

Ministry of Economic Development 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(7-495) 8702921 Extension 18505 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

podvyaznikova@economy.gov.ru  

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Arina Podvyaznikova 

Project Summary

The emergence of global value chains (GVCs) has provided economies with opportunities to achieve higher economic growth and living standards. The ever-increasing importance of GVCs has been widely discussed in the WTO, OECD, World Bank and G20 with the aim of promoting greater inclusion of various stakeholders in global production processes. However, to achieve economic upgrading through GVCs, domestic policymaking has to be thoroughly evaluated.

The workshop will focus on sharing best practices and policymaking experiences that led to increased gains from domestic value added production. The workshop will be arranged in the second half of 2020 in (Moscow, Russia) (TBC). The specific objectives of the workshop are: (1) to examine the key challenges that impede APEC economies’ ability to economically upgrade through GVCs (2) to review existing APEC economies’ domestic policies that contribute towards their more effective GVCs participation and higher value added production (3) to compile best practices in APEC region that stimulate economic upgrading through GVCs.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The emergence of global value chains (GVCs) has allowed economies to reduce production costs and increase their product competitiveness by utilizing production opportunities in economies where locational advantages confer a competitive benefit. Effective participation in GVCs also favour faster industrialization and technological development of economies due to increased transfer of technical knowledge, skills and expertise. Both developed and developing economies can benefit from GVC participation, however, not all economies and businesses are equally involved in GVCs and are able to fully extract potential benefits that participation in global production processes could offer. At the same time, a more “profitable” participation can be ensured by effective domestic policymaking, which also has to account for all the modern-day developments in the global economy, including, among others, the fourth industrial revolution. Therefore, to promote effective participation in GVCs’, domestic policies need to simultaneously address a combination of spheres, including domestic policies that create an enabling environment for businesses, infrastructure, intellectual property protection, human capital and education, business environment and competition, macroeconomic and financial stability, innovation and technology. The sharing of domestic experiences and best practices by APEC economies in this respect could foster better understanding by the governments of the domestic policy frameworks that favour a more effective participation in GVCs that would enable businesses, including Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), to better integrate and benefit from such participation, essentially contributing to stronger, more inclusive, and sustainable growth and development globally.

The project can also help to identify the main challenges that prevent economies from economically upgrading through GVCs and increasing gains from domestic value added production. As the APEC region plays an integral role in the formation and development of GVCs, individual and joint efforts by the APEC economies in promoting a more effective regulatory environment would enable a more efficient functioning of GVCs that would benefit not just the APEC economies themselves by stimulating higher domestic value added production, but also other economies worldwide that are integrated into global production processes, including both developed and developing economies.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project falls under the APEC Support Fund – Sub-Fund on Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and Global Value Chains (ASF on FTAAP and GVCs). The project directly relates to ASF on FTAAP and GVCs funding priorities with regards to promoting GVC development and cooperation as following:

-   Addressing trade and investment issues that impact GVCs;

-   Enabling developing economies to better participate in GVCs;

-   Assisting SMEs to benefit from GVCs;

-   Improving the investment climate for GVCs development;

-   Enhancing resiliency of GVCs.

The proposed project will also demonstrate concrete efforts to address and advance progress on APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains Development and Cooperation endorsed at the APEC Economic Leaders Meeting in 2014 (Annex B to the 2014 Leaders Declaration), as well as APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020 – 2025 endorse at the APEC Ministers responsible for Trade Meeting in May 2019.

Relevance – Capacity Building: While some APEC economies are very experienced in developing regulations to economically upgrade through GVCs, the others, especially developing APEC economies, are not able to equally benefit from participating in global production processes. In this regard, a capacity building seminar aimed at information and experience sharing will be of particular importance to all APEC economies, including developing ones’ by enabling them to obtain, strengthen and develop knowledge and skills needed to improve their policies and regulations in this regard. In particular, this project is aimed to address particular needs of businesses, including MSMEs, to better integrate into GVCs and build capacity of APEC economies to extract maximum benefits from such participation by sharing experience and best practices in this sphere.

Objectives

The overall objective of the project is to facilitate a better understanding among APEC economies of how different domestic policy instruments in various policy areas (individually and/ or in combination) can contribute towards a more effective participation of economies and businesses, including MSMEs (also women-owned MSMEs), in GVCs, as well as their upgrade through GVCs.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The proposed project seeks to build upon the outcomes of the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains Development and Cooperation and will demonstrate concrete efforts to address and advance progress in implementing APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020 – 2025 endorse at the APEC Ministers responsible for Trade Meeting in May 2019.

The proposed project will contribute to the APEC goals set in APEC Action Agenda on Advancing Economic, Financial and Social Inclusion in the APEC Region by “increasing equal access to new opportunities and employment by progressing structural reform in the key areas of competition policy, ease of doing business, good regulatory practices and cooperation” and “harnessing the benefits of digitalization and better understanding the impacts of technological innovation”;

The proposed project will contribute to the implementation of the Da Nang Declaration; Creating New Dynamism, Fostering a Shared Future following the 25th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and of  the Joint Ministerial Statement following the APEC Ministerial Meeting in Da Nang.

Alignment – Forum: The proposed workshop contributes to one of the key areas of Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) work program for 2019 - deepening regional economic integration, including through implementation of the Lima Declaration on FTAAP. In particular, to the topic of Global Value Chains (GVC) Cooperation and Development. The project includes the actions aimed to facilitate economies’ participation in GVCs, including MSMEs.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:

Output

Description

Pre-Workshop Questionnaire

1.  In order to carry out comprehensive research in this area that would contribute towards a meaningful discussion during the workshop, a respective questionnaire will be developed and circulated in APEC in advance of the workshop. Responding to the questionnaire will be mandatory for the economies wishing to participate in the Workshop. Such questionnaire will be aimed at identifying (1) existing challenges, both international and domestic, APEC economies face in economically upgrading through GVCs and maximizing domestic value added production; (2) best practices and experiences of the APEC economies in promoting a more effective integration into global production processes that stimulate higher domestic value added production. Key findings of the undertaken research will be presented at the workshop. A respective compilation of such findings will be distributed in the lead up to the workshop in a format of an “APEC GVC questionnaire findings” document. This document will also help streamline the discussion during the Workshop.

The targeted surveyees are:

- governmental officials representing a ministry or an agency responsible for formulating trade policy: policy relating to digital agenda, intellectual property rights protection policy, investment policy – or any other policy sphere that is related to GVC integration. Such surveyees should be able to share experiences and best practices in policy making (in their respective policy areas) aimed at facilitating a more effective GVC integration and upgrade;

- representatives from the private sector, including MSMEs, that actively participate in GVCs or have a problem integrating into GVCs. Such surveyees should be able to identify the existing challenges regarding GVC participation and provide successful cased of GVC participation.

Workshop

2.   A two-day Workshop to be held in Moscow in 2020.

3.  Participants of the Workshop will discuss the existing challenges their economies face in economically upgrading through GVCs and share domestic experiences and best practices aimed at promoting effective integration into global production processes that stimulate higher domestic value added production.

A tentative list of discussion topics for the two day event is as follows:

(1) modern-day challenges and developments in the global economy and international trade (such as those related to the 4th industrial revolution) and their impact on the role and formation of GVCs;

(2) domestic factors that impede on the effective integration of an economy in the global production processes;

(3) upgrading through GVCs - optimal policy toolkit: experiences and best practices of the APEC economies;

(4) Case studies. The voice of business (also MSMEs, including women-owned MSMEs): success stories and key challenges;

(5) Discussing potential recommendation for APEC economies regarding domestic policymaking that would stimulate effective GVC participation and inclusive value chain development;

(6) Next steps and the way forward for APEC. In particular, possible specific issues could be defined as areas for further exploration and exchange of views.

The discussion will be led by a moderator. The format of the discussion for each session as follows: (1) introduction of the issue; (2) exchange of views/ experiences/ best practices; (3) short summary; (4) Q&A.

The duration of each sessions will be set between 1 hour 30 minutes and 2 hours, which will allow for a comprehensive and thorough discussion of each topic. There will also be a thirty minutes introduction at the beginning of the first day of the workshop. To conclude the two day workshop, one hour would be dedicated for an overall summary of the discussions and a final Q&A session.

Since the subject of the discussion is highly relevant to the ongoing discussions in the World Trade Organization (WTO), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the World Bank, as well as other relevant international organizations (IOs), participation of experts from such IOs is highly welcomed.

It is planned that each session will be led by at least a speaker from the WTO, OECD, UNCTAD, the World Bank or other relevant international organisation, a speaker from a governmental body (specifically, representing a ministry or an agency responsible for formulating international trade policy, policy relating to digital agenda, intellectual property rights protection policy, investment policy – or any other policy sphere that is related to GVC integration), as well as a speaker from private sector, including MSMEs. As for government officials, middle and high expert level is welcomed (minimum level – head of division).

Summary report

4.    A summary report (ranging from 10 to 20 pages) will provide a general overview of the key results generated by the questionnaire distributed among APEC economies and the discussions during the Workshop regarding effective domestic policymaking for stimulating economic upgrading through global value chains. The format of a summary report will be APEC Publication.

The report will be composed but not limited to the following sections:

-  introduction of the project;

-  summary review of existing global economic and domestic challenges that prevent APEC economies from effectively participating in global production processes and economically upgrading through GVCs. based on the briefings of discussions at the Workshop and briefings of the presentations made at the Workshop;

-    summary review of  the best practices (if any) of the APEC economies in this sphere based on the briefings of discussions at the Workshop and briefings of the presentations made at the Workshop;

-  suggested recommendations made by Workshop attendants for APEC further work in the sphere of effective domestic policymaking for stimulating economic upgrading through GVCs.

5.  The abovementioned findings and recommendations, generated both through the distributed questionnaire and the conducted Workshop, will be presented to CTI.

 
Outcomes: After the workshop, participants are expected to gain a more in-depth understanding of the modern-day factors affecting GVCs formation, challenges APEC economies face in upgrading through GVCs and APEC economies’ best practices and experiences in combatting such obstacles and promoting a more effective GVC participation. The respective sharing of knowledge and experiences would allow each APEC economy to practically benefit from accumulating and absorbing the best practices of others. 

As a result, in the middle to long term this will enable policymakers from the APEC economies to devise possible instruments and approaches to facilitate higher domestic value added production more effectively.

The workshop can also contribute to the discussions at the WTO (both ongoing and prospective) regarding the need to update the regulations and adapt the WTO to the modern-day economic realities. 

Beneficiaries:  

The direct project participant will be:

- governmental officials representing a ministry or an agency responsible for formulating trade policy in various policy that will be able to share experiences and best practices in policy making (in their respective policy areas) aimed at facilitating a more effective GVC integration and upgrade;

- representatives from the private sector, including MSMEs (also women-owned MSMEs), that actively participate in GVCs or have a problem integrating into GVCs, that will be able to speak about their respective experiences regarding GVC participation;

- representatives of WTO, OECD, UNCTAD, the World Bank or other international organisations that are involved in the relevant research and discussions.

Representatives from academia and relevant non-governmental organizations would also benefit from the proposed discussions at the workshop.

The direct beneficiaries of the workshop will be CTI and other APEC related fora representatives. 

The results of the workshop will promote governments’ understanding and knowledge (especially, ministries and agencies involved in policy formulation that is relevant to facilitating GVCs’ participation) regarding the optimal policy toolkit that is necessary for promoting a more effective GVC participation. It will also help governments to get acquainted with possible approaches to address modern-day challenges that impede on the effective participation of their economies in GVC. 

The results of the workshop will help businesses, including MSMEs, to get more information on this issue facilitating their further integration in global value chains. Thus, participation of representatives of private sector, including MSMEs, is strongly recommended.

Gender diversity will be strongly encouraged. Representatives will be reviewed by the Project Overseer to ensure they are the most relevant persons with respect to the objectives and substance of the workshop.

Dissemination

“APEC GVC questionnaire findings” document, presentations (made at the Workshop) and related materials, as well as Summary Report will be available to members in electronic format for distribution to public officials from APEC. Electronic publications of the abovementioned documents will also be sent to Workshop speakers and participants to disseminate the Workshop’s documents widely.

The materials will be sent to the APEC Secretariat for distribution through the APEC document database. The summary report will be published on the APEC website.

Organizers will encourage participants to circulate documents domestically to assure effectiveness in dissemination. A summary report of the Workshop will also be prepared and submitted to CTI. The Summary Report will be published as an APEC Publication. It will be published on APEC Publications website.

The Summary report can be helpful for audience from different backgrounds of expertise such as government officials and policy makers, academicians and business.

Gender

A better understanding of various factors affecting economies’ participation in GVCs, as well as policy instruments that could stimulate higher domestic value added production is aimed at facilitating a more efficient participation of APEC economies’ businesses, including MSMEs, in GVCs. This would also contribute towards a more successful and effective participation of women-owned MSMEs in GVCs, and a more comprehensive inclusion of gender dimension into the economic and social upgrading in GVCs. The workshop is also aimed at specifically discussing issues related to the integration of women owned MSMEs into GVCs (see section B, Outputs, Workshop, Discussion topics, 4).

The Project Proposal will promote the following pillar of women’s economic empowerments: “access to markets” (as the project is envisioned to promote a more effective participation of APEC economies, including women-owned MSMEs, in GVCs and international trade).

The participation of women brings a crucial perspective not represented in conventionally male-dominated spheres. Therefore, from the origination of this project, female experts have been closely involved. Women are encouraged to participate in the preparation and implementation of the project:

- Gender diversity will be strongly encouraged. At least, 1/3 of participants and 1/3 of the invited experts and speakers should be women.

- The proposal is drafted in consultation with governmental officials, experts half of whom are women.

-  The project team will include women members.

-  Women participants from APEC members are encouraged to attend the workshop.

-  As many women as possible will be invited to evaluate the project. Thus, an evaluation model of gender-disaggregated benefit can be expected as one of the outputs.

-  Russia will be disseminating information and invitation to as many women as possible, including through APEC PPWE (Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy) and female business associations of Russia. Women researchers will participate in the compilation of the summary report.

- The findings will be put on the APEC website so that they are accessible to all stakeholders. Equal employment opportunities for women and men in terms of logistical supplementation will be provided.

-  PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan



Timing

Tasks

Deliverables

December 2019

Draft program and develop agenda of the workshop

Program agenda and topics

January 2020

Initiating Contracting process

Signed Contract

January 2020

Ask CTI members to nominate participants for the workshop.

Program agenda and topics

January 2020

Update draft program and develop agenda of the workshop

Program agenda and topics

January 2020

Develop and circulate at CTI a respective questionnaire as part of preparations for the workshop (with preliminary deadline – March 2020).

Questionnaire

March 2020

Send invitation letters

Venue booking  (logistics and documentation)

Follow up the participants and speakers

Program agenda and topics

April 2020

Drafting and submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

April - May 2020

Engage in substantive and logistical preparation for the workshop.

Draft invitation and admin circular

Workshop materials

October 2020 (TBC)

Conduct a two-day workshop in Moscow, Russia

Host Workshop

February 2021

Drafting and submission of a draft APEC Publication to the Secretariat for review and approval.

APEC Publication (summary report)

March 2021

After approval by the Secretariat, circulation of the draft APEC Publication for comments and endorsement by the CTI.

APEC Publication (summary report)

May 2021

The drafting, submission and endorsement of the APEC Project Completion Report, Summary Report and all supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report, Summary Report and all supporting documents

June 2021

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Evaluation forms

Risks

Risk 1: Lack of confirmation of keynote speakers.

Risk management: To offset this risk an early confirmation of the dates, venue and the agenda of the Workshop will be ensured. This will enable sending out of invitations to keynote speakers in a timely manner. In addition, possible back-up speakers will be selected in advance of the event.

Risk 2: The selection of good speakers in order to make the Workshop interesting, informative and helpful.

Risk management: The Organizers will work closely with PO and co-sponsoring economies to nominate and invite the most suitable speakers for the workshop. Participants should be government officials involved in policymaking that is relevant to economy’s integration into global production processes, who have good background as well as relevant work experiences in the field. To ensure the results, invitations will be sent through different fora in APEC including Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI), Sub-Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP), Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformity (SCSC), Market Access Group (MAG), Group on Services (GOS), Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG), APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) and Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC). For the host economy, the workshop is free and open to business sector including business associations; apart from officials from the government and local authorities.  

Risk 3: The delay of nomination from APEC economies.

Risk management: To avoid undesirable consequences, the Organizers will send invitations to economies in advance, work with the economies to ensure relevant candidates are selected for participation.

Risk 4: Participants do not have the expertise on the main topic of the Workshop.

Risk management: The event general information document as well as the invitation to be circulated among CTI, members will highlight specific criteria to nominate participants to the Workshop (please refer to Beneficiaries section for more detailed criteria). In addition, the Organizer will closely cooperate with all the co-sponsoring economies in order to ensure the participation of “target audience”.

Risk 5: Low response rate to the questionnaire.

Risk management: Responding to the questionnaire will be mandatory for those economies wishing to participate in the workshop.

Monitoring and Evaluation

To ensure comprehensive evaluation of the project (workshop) the following indicators will be taken into consideration: response rate to the questionnaire distributed in the lead up to the workshop (at least 10); a number of participants and their expertise (not less than 40), a number of women participants (not less than 15), and a number of participating business representatives (MSMEs in particular) (not less than 10, 3 of which are MSMEs and 3 of which are women-owned). In addition, an evaluation form (including substance, relevance, quality and overall impact parameters) will be prepared and distributed to all participants to assess the effectiveness of the workshop. The report on the outcomes of the workshop will be prepared for CTI members’ consideration and adoption.

In order to carry out research in this area a respective questionnaire will be developed and circulated in CTI in advance of the workshop. Such questionnaire will be aimed at identifying (1) existing challenges APEC economies face in economically upgrading through GVCs and maximizing domestic value added production; (2) best practices and experiences of the APEC economies in promoting a more effective integration into global production processes that stimulate higher domestic value added production. Key findings of the undertaken research will be presented at the workshop. A respective compilation of such findings will be distributed in the lead up to the workshop in a format of an “APEC GVC questionnaire findings” document. This document will also help streamline the discussion.

At the end of the event, a survey will be distributed to workshop participants to obtain feedback. These results will be evaluated in the Summary report and will help to assess the possibility of organizing future events on a similar topic. This will help to identify the main needs of the public officials involved in policymaking that is relevant to economy’s integration into global production processes, including within the context of the relevant ongoing discussions in the WTO.

Linkages

Stakeholders who can closely engage in this project include CTI, SCCP, SCSC, MAG, GOS, SMEWG, ABAC, PPWE and PECC. PPWE will be invited to provide a gender-perspective on the issues and challenges women entrepreneurs (women-owned MSMEs) face when integrating into GVCs, or accessing markets and capital.

Non-APEC stakeholders include multilateral organizations such as WTO, UNCTAD, OECD, World Bank and other international fora.  

The project will not duplicate but is built on the series of APEC seminars, dialogues and workshops on issues related to global value chains. The areas and content of discussions are adequate and not duplicative with the previous projects or work outside APEC. While previous projects focused on specific spheres and policy areas (e.g. “workshop on promoting SME’s integration in GVCs in services – logistics” or “workshop on trade and investment interdependencies in GVCs: are policy frameworks for trade and investment, such as trade and investment agreements keeping apace?”), the purpose of this project is to create an overall broad picture of available policy instruments in various policy spheres that are used for GVC integration and upgrade, and examine their effectiveness.

APEC plays an important role in evolving the agenda on trade-related issues, including in the sphere of GVCs’ formation and integration. Thus, APEC can contribute towards further improvements and developments in the area subject to this workshop.

Sustainability

The results of the workshop will help the governments to get a fuller picture of the existing modern-day factors, both at the national and international levels, that prevent economies from effectively integrating into GVCs. APEC economies will get a better understanding of the possible instruments and approaches that could be used to facilitate higher domestic value added production. The respective sharing of knowledge and experiences would allow each APEC economy to practically benefit from accumulating and absorbing the best practices of others. 

The results of the workshop will help businesses, including MSMEs, to get more information on this issue facilitating their further integration into the global production processes.

To make sure that the workshop meets its objectives, the organizer will report to and seek approval from CTI for the recommendations in particular and the report in general. 

The organizer will consider proposing future events to follow up the outcome of the project depending on the respective recommendations received from the participants of the Workshop (please refer to Section B: Outputs. Workshop. List of tentative topics, 6).

Project Overseers

Ms. Alexandra Mochalova
Leading Advisor
Department for Trade negotiations
Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Tel:  +7 (495) 870-2921, extension 11127
E-mail:MochalovaAI@economy.gov.ru; alexandra.mochalova@gmail.com

Ms. Mochalova has been directly involved and contributed to the work on a wide range of trade policy and regional integration related issues over the past 5 years, including in the context of Russia’s participation in APEC.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

44 hours in total (researchers + technical assistance in installing and setting up of the specialized equipment etc.)

Researcher:

-  compiling questionnaires,

- collecting and analyzing the results of the undertaken questionnaires,

- conducting research on the key issues established by the project with the aim of presenting respective findings at the Workshop,

-  writing up reports.

Technical assistance: installation and set up of equipment.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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