Project Title

Strengthening APEC Think Tank Cooperation on STI Strategy to Enhance Recovery Featured with Innovation, Inclusion and Sustainability 

Project Year

2021   

Project Number

PPSTI 05 2021 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPSTI 05 2021 

Project Title

Strengthening APEC Think Tank Cooperation on STI Strategy to Enhance Recovery Featured with Innovation, Inclusion and Sustainability 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2021 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

19,714 

Co-funding Amount

62,129 

Total Project Value

81,843 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; Indonesia; Korea; Papua New Guinea; Peru 

Expected Start Date

01/03/2022 

Expected Completion Date

28/02/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Sun Lijie 

Job Title 1

Secretary General 

Organization 1

China Association for International Science and Technology Cooperation 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(86-10) 65880603 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

thinktankpo@aliyun.com 

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

Sun Lijie 

Project Summary

As STI has a significant role in responding to the aftermath of COVID-19, new actions in STI area are urgently needed for APEC member economies to achieve a recovery. A satisfactory balance among innovation, inclusion and sustainability could help accelerate the process. Therefore, the establishment of think tanks cooperation and development for sharing STI knowledge could be of great value for policy makers to seek a recovery with innovation, inclusion and sustainability, by integrating regional working resources.

The project aims to share experience on existing think tanks and achieve a consensus on STI communication among APEC economies. It also focuses on the discussion and planning of promoting think tanks cooperation and necessary supportive mechanisms in STI field, and idea exchanges on developing an STI Think Tank integration to better inform APEC policy makers will be a main expected outcome of the project.

Planned activities:

June 2022: Workshop on APEC STI Think Tanks

Sept. 2022: APEC STI Think Tanks Dialogue

Relevance

Relevance – Region: In a post-Covid-19 period, how to achieve recovery and economic development driven by science, technology and innovation (STI) has become an important topic faced by policymakers among APEC member economies. However, the problem is that there is a lack of STI think tank in the region mainly focusing on policy-making at a strategic level while capable for gathering and studying on existing decision-making from think tanks of specific technology and subdivided topic area. 

STI think tank play a significant role in social economic development, providing reference for economies’ science and technology policy decision-making. It should be noted that each economy highly focuses on guidance and reference of think tanks in the area of STI when formulating economic policies. APEC member economies that rely on think tanks’ reports/research/recommendations could have sustained knowledge increase on STI think tanks and feasibility of developing means for think tank collaboration, which would make contribution to economy recovery and growth of the region. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The Project supports GPA priority of pursuing innovation-enabled recovery, as it focuses on contributing to economy recovery by promoting inclusive knowledge sharing and cross-border cooperation between STI professionals from all member economies to research and offer policy recommendation about realizing innovation-enabled, sustainable economic development. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The Project seeks to share knowledge and capacity building for STI professionals from all member economies to work together on researching realization of sustainable and innovation-enabled development. In such process of researching and teamwork, participants could: 1) have sustained knowledge increase on the status quo of STI think tanks in the region; 2) have the opportunity of mutual exchange for exploring STI strategic policy and decision-making research with wise resource as a core; 3) take an advantage of opportunities to expand the network of contacts in the area of SIT; and 4) give back to their entities such as think tanks, governments, universities and the industry by methods and knowledge gained from the project. 

This would be a capacity-building process for participating talents from member economies in researching and making policy recommendation about economy development of their own economies on basis of understanding towards situation of the entire APEC region.

Objectives

Our objective is to discuss and research about feasibility of developing means for think tank collaboration that pay attention to and research on making contribution to economy with STI. The proposed Project will conclude a material that summarizes think tanks in the STI field in the APEC region, and make policy recommendation about establishment of STI think tank means for collaboration in the future to policy makers, so as to contribute to realizing innovation-enabled economy recovery and growth of Asia-Pacific region.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  Regarding 2021 APEC priorities, the Project is directly linked to the theme “Economic and Trade Policies that Strengthen Recovery”. International trade and global supply chain are facing the most serious impact. The unprecedented economic crisis caused by COVID-19 calls policy makers to rebuild their structural policies. It is necessary to discuss about establishing means for think tank collaboration that can discuss policy recommendation on economic and trade policies. Such knowledge and information could help them in the region during the process of economic recovery.

Moreover, the think tank collaboration expected to cover the whole STI area in the region could also “increase inclusion and sustainable for recovery”, one of the 2021 APEC priorities. The PO team will particularly look into feasibility of bringing together think tanks to propose policy recommendations on basis of realizing inclusion and sustainable recovery and development of the region and support APEC’s work. STI development is one of the most important impetuses when we respond to COVID-19. There would be possible opportunities for policy makers involved in the Project to reach a consensus on how to build STI think tank collaboration that could better reach a sustainable economy during the post-pandemic period.

Alignment – Forum: The Project aligns to PPSTI Work Plan of 2021 about leveraging diverse knowledge systems for inclusive and sustainable growth, as it looks into feasibility of establishing means for think tank collaboration that bring together STI professionals from all member economies. Such gathering would be a solid basis for knowledge sharing across different knowledge systems of different member economies.

The Project supports PPSTI Strategic Plan (2016-2025) in Sub-Group C, “Enhancing Regional Science and Technology Connectivity”. Discussion on the form and the area of the think tank will include S&T knowledge sharing to gather best practices and experiences on building such a STI think tank platform. The discussion will also consist of the establishment of long-term supportive mechanisms in the STI field by regional STI cooperation, which helps create STI ecosystem and STI networks that strengthen regional STI linkages.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1)  Workshop on APEC STI Think Tanks

The first event will be a 1-day-workshop held online in June 2022. This event aims to gather representatives of STI think tanks at a strategic level in the APEC region to share knowledge on status quo of APEC think tank development and jointly discuss feasible collaborative mechanism. Through knowledge sharing and discussion at the workshop, participants will be able to gain knowledge on strategic think tank development mode, such as decision-making mechanism, management mode, talent source, quality management, media channels and international cooperation, but also participate in exploring think tank cooperation mechanism to contribute their experience and understanding. Tentative agenda of the 1-day workshop may include:

a) Opening Ceremony and PO's report on project overview

b) Knowledge sharing on STI strategic think tank development and previous working achievements (2-3 speakers)

c) Discussion on exploring collaborative mechanism among STI strategic think tanks and specific groups on technical/methodological fields (2-3 speakers)

d) Idea exchange and dialogue on APEC think tank to facilitate women in STEM (1-2 speakers)

e) Open discussion and plan on project outcome 

2)  Pre-Dialogue Questionnaire

In order to gather information about the project topics and case studies, the PO team plans to form a questionnaire before the Dialogue. As a pre-event work, the purpose of this questionnaire is to identify specific technology/subdivided think tanks focused on specific niches of technology (e.g., which specific STI area do you recommend to involve for the Dialogue; do you think which niche think tank could bring more benefit to the region if the think tank collaborative mechanism establish; etc.), collect information about key topics and case studies (e.g., what are previous successful cases of think tank collaboration could be brought up for the Dialogue discussion), and gather any other relevant information for the Dialogue. Targeting questionnaire respondents would be heads/experts/researchers of STI think tanks at a strategic level, as well as the counterpart of technology/subdivided think tanks.

3)  APEC STI Think Tanks Dialogue

The second event will be a 2-day-dialogue held in September 2022. Based on achievement at the Workshop and a pre-event survey to identify specific think tank area during the span of the two events, and knowledge sharing and discussion at the Dialogue, this event intends to focus on to feasible philosophies, ideas, paths or solutions for developing means of think tank coordination and collaboration mechanism to inform APEC policy makers that serve all such think tanks in the Asia-Pacific region. Participants attending the Dialogue could have a better understanding on how to collaborate with other think tanks from a strategic level to technology/subdivided level, and what are the demands and needs for think tanks at a technology/subdivide level when it comes to think tank collaboration. In addition, they could further come up with ideas, paths, etc., to help develop means of think tank collaboration mechanism but also possible policy recommendations contributing the outcome of the Project. Tentative agenda of the 2-day-dialogue may include:

    Day 1

Morning

- Opening ceremony

- Project background, objective and plan by PO

Afternoon

Theme I:

- Overall objective and goal of APEC STI think tank (2-3 speakers)

- Plan and best practice sharing on the mechanism of APEC STI think tank (2-3 speakers)

- Open Discussion

Day 2

Morning

Theme II:

- Collaboration demand from APEC technology/subdivided think tank (2-3 speakers)

- Experience and engagement idea sharing from APEC technology/subdivided think tank (2-3 speakers)

- Open Discussion

Afternoon

- Women in STEM and think tank: Cases sharing and discussion (2-3 speakers)

- Policy recommendation (a. what are the feasible philosophies, ideas, paths and solutions for developing means of think tank coordination and collaboration mechanism in the region; b. how to better support women participating in STI think tank; c. how to collaborate on think tank at the COVID-19 era; etc.)

4)  Project Report

The PO team will summarize contents on the 2 events, such as knowledge and cases shared by speakers, discussion on key topics, policy recommendations about driving development of think tanks in STI for consideration of PPSTI, women in STI think tanks, and summarize findings from pre-activity survey.

The Project Report is planned to be formed, which may include following contents:

a) Background to the Project Report.

b) Table of Content.

c) Executive Summary.

d) Introduction to STI think tanks.

e) Summaries of presentations and results of discussions.

f) Women in STI think tanks.

g) Policy recommendations.

h) Survey findings.

The report intends to target: 1) policymakers from developing and developed economies to guide local economic development; 2) women scientists, think tank professionals and those committed to the STEM industry to better understand women’s role in STI think tank development; 3) private and public entities as well as governments; and 4) STI professionals in strategy-based think tanks, technology-based think tanks, and subdivided area-based STI think tanks.

Outcomes:

1) Catalyzing exchange and communication between STI think tanks in the Asia-Pacific region:

Stakeholders of think tank would gain knowledge of regional diversified STI think tanks but also have the opportunity to release their information. based on basic understanding of forms, patterns, and aims of think tanks, stakeholders may find opportunity in cooperation with others in different kinds of cross-border collaboration like talent raising, research program, etc. The project post-survey will therefore include a question of STI think tank knowledge increase received from project events to measure the according outcome. In addition, meeting outputs (e.g., minutes, topics, keynote speeches, discussions, news) of the events related to knowledge increase will also serve as data information to measure its outcome,

2)Better common development of think tanks of member economies:

With knowledge sharing by platform of the event about better development of think tanks, the Project could facilitate circulation of useful and pragmatic solutions for developing think tanks among member economies. This would be helpful for economies, especially those member economies expect better work effect of their think tanks, to seek for solutions and reference about further consummation towards their think tanks in STI fields. The project post-survey will therefore include a question of STI think tank development solution increase received from project events to measure the according outcome. In addition, meeting outputs (e.g., minutes, topics, keynote speeches, discussions, news) of the events related to think tank development solutions will also serve as data information to measure its outcome.

Beneficiaries: 

Primary Beneficiaries:

1) Think tanks could refer to cases and experience shared on the events in planning of their work modes and future development, especially in cross-border collaboration and utilization of research conducted by themselves. Such references could help think tanks to figure out suitable and feasible modes for them to conduct more tasks in the future, and more solutions to make contribution to quality and sustainable growth of the member economy as well as the entire Asia-Pacific region;

2) Member economies with expectation about further development of think tanks or with think tanks still at early stage of development, could utilize outputs and outcomes of the project as a reference for realizing further development of domestic think tanks in STI field. Such development could result in more helpful and inspiring policy recommendations and suggestions for policy makers for such economies in better activate potential of STI field in helping with society development and economy growth, which could further benefit quality and sustainable development of such member economies;

3) Policy-makers: They will be invited to throw some light on existing STI policies and laws in respective economy, and suggest what issues might need to discuss and solve on the think tank platform in the future.

4) Stakeholders of think tanks that rely on think tanks in acquisition of research data, policy recommendation, development strategy and even technology services (including but not limited to science and technology promotion and administration authorities in the public sector, and all sizes of enterprises in the private sector) could also further benefit from the facilitation that this project brought to think tank organizations.

5) Women committed to working in STEM, STI development, STI think tank could increase their knowledge and capacity on STI development, gain equal opportunities to access to the field, have a deeper understanding of the ways of establishment and organization of a think tank, as well as increase their voice and expand their influence in SIT and think tank construction.

Dissemination

1) Record: The Project team will manage electronic record of the online Workshop under the rule and regulation of APEC, including audio record, video record, written record, etc., which will be used as conclusion of event achievements to compile the Project Report, as well as dissemination for participating scholars, experts, and other participants.

2) Project Report: A recommendation about establishing integration and collaboration with science, technology, and innovation think tanks to support the APEC work and regional coordination. The Project Report will be submitted to for review and approval of the Secretariat, and If approved by the Secretariat, then PO team will submit for comments and endorsement by PPSTI, applying for publishing as APEC Publication if approved by the Secretariat and endorsed by PPSTI. All participants are encouraged to download and to make a use of it. Also, they are encouraged to disseminate the knowledge gained upon returning to their economies to share with their colleagues and decision makers. There is no intention to use the work plan for commercial purposes.

Gender

All genders are encouraged to attend the events of the Project with anticipation of fair representation from respective gender. In order to ensure that the project benefits both men and women, gender equity will be actively pursued when finalizing invitations and speakers at events, in order to have equal input representing the views of men and women within economies. The Project team will try to involve at least 50% female participants/experts (50% female participants and 50% female speakers/experts). When collecting feedback from participants, the Project team will include a question of whether the workshop has addressed satisfactorily gender issues related to the main topic.

In recent years, the scale of female scientific and technological talents has gradually expanded, but their role in STI has not been fully brought into play. With STI and think tank knowledge sharing on the events, women could increase their knowledge and capacity on STI development, gain equal opportunities to access to the field, have a deeper understanding of the ways of establishment and organization of a think tank, as well as increase their voice and expand their influence in SIT and think tank construction.

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event.  This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs in STI area.

Targets

Female Participants (%)

50%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

50%

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

5

Innovation and Technology


Work Plan

Dates

Tasks

Deliverables

Mar 2022

Engage with experts and economies of interest for attending the workshop

Mar – Jun 2022

Express team goals and objective

Identify problem areas

Establish responsibilities and identify division of tasks

Kick-off meeting in China (Self-funded)

Apr 2022

Topic and theme of the Workshop

Agenda of the Workshop

Tentative participant list

Other information needed to be distributed

General Information Circular (GIC)

Jun 2022

Knowledge sharing on STI strategic think tank development and previous working achievements

Discussion on explore collaborative machinimas

Idea exchange and dialogue

Workshop on APEC STI Think Tanks (Online) (Self-funded)

Jul 2022

Record and wrap-up about the workshop that indicates performance, which will be circulated among speakers and participants, and shared to anyone who asks for sharing

Wrap-up materials of the workshop

Jul – Aug 2022

Contact technology-based and subdivided area-based think tanks for invitation

PO team to conduct extensive research of think tank categories, investigate information, communicate with stakeholders, and collect relevant and necessary data

Preparation of any relevant Dialogue output (e.g., minutes or announcement)

Think tank area study and preparation for the Dialogue

Jul 2022

Pre-dialogue survey

Replied questionnaires by tentative participants

Jul 2022

Topic and theme of the Dialogue

Agenda of the Dialogue

Tentative participant list

Other information needed to be distributed

General Information Circular (GIC)

Sep 2022

Discussion on possibility to establish means for STI think tank collaboration in the region

Idea sharing on future possible cooperation between think tanks including potential recommendations to better collaborate and inform APEC policymakers

APEC STI Think Tanks Dialogue in Jiangsu, China

1 Oct 2022

Submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report to APEC Secretariat

Post-event survey

Monitoring Report

Replied questionnaires by participants and experts

Oct 2022

Composition of the output document according to the shared information, concluded common senses, policy recommendations, etc., at the Dialogue

Circulation within Dialogue participants

Dialogue output document

Sep – Nov 2022

Wrap up all collected information, knowledge and opinions from the Workshop and Dialogue

Composition of the Project Report according to the concluded common senses and policy recommendations

Project Report

Dec 2022

Submit the Project Report for review and approval of Secretariat and forum endorsement (8 weeks)

Endorsed Project Report

Apr 2023

Drafting, submission of the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Dec 2023

Participate in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects survey conducted by the Secretariat

Risks

1) Weakened exchange performance between think tanks due to COVID-19. In order to manage such risk, the team will gather as much information and knowledge as possible in order to figure out the most efficient and influential plan to build a think tank that that could benefit the whole community. The team will begin outreach to participants and speakers early and broadly circulate invitations to economy contact point to encourage participation by demonstrating as wide as possible the benefit and attractiveness of the Project. In case of nonavailability of offline event due to COVID-19 pandemic, the project team would apply to transfer into organizing online event. 

2) Unbalanced participation of public and private sectors. As the Project is directly related to the public sector (as a large part of the think tanks are supported from their governments), participants and experts from the private sector may be less interested in discussions and knowledge sharing on the event. When inviting nominations, the Project team needs to understand that nominations from both sectors are needed. In case inadequate participation happens, the Project team will express willingness to invite nominations from the private sector. 

3) Performance of discussions. To mitigate the risk, PO could work closely with co-sponsor economies and other APEC sub-groups to select suitable and appropriate speakers. In addition, in order to produce fruitful and influential outcomes, PO will ensure speakers’ presentation related to event topics, presentation quality, participants’ knowledge in think tank and STI development by regularly discussing presentation content with speakers, disseminating STI and think tank knowledge to potential participants, etc.

4) Travel Restrictions. If travel restrictions happen during the implementation of the events of the project under the impact of the Covid epidemic, the delivery format of the project events will accordingly shift to fully virtual. Any other arrangements relating to offline event such as room rental, printing and flights fees for participants and experts will also shift to a virtual way of conducting the events of the project.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Output estimated indicators: Number of speakers/participants, number of participating member economies, number of presentations, female participation rates, etc. These indicators will be referenced during the two events (Workshop and Dialogue) of the Project.

No.

Evaluation Focus

Estimated Indicators

Overall Target

1

Workshop

Number of speakers

6

2

Number of participants

15

3

Number of participating member economies

8

4

Number of presentations

6

5

Female participation rates

50%

6

Dialogue

Number of speakers

10

7

Number of participants

25

8

Number of participating member economies

12

9

Number of presentations

10

10

Female participation rates

50%

11

Project Report

Number of pages

70

12

Submission to the Secretariat

Dec. 2022

For the purpose of identifying relevant technology-based and area-based think tanks, pre-survey of the Dialogue will be distributed one-month before the event starts.

No.

Estimated Indicators

Target

1

Number of returned questionnaires

10

2

Analysis of the survey

1

A post-event questionnaire after the think tank platform dialogue will be prepared and distributed to all participants, speakers, experts, and professionals to assess the effectiveness of the Project with respect to (1) to what extent of influence of think tank cooperation to developing economies; (2) to what extent the Project consolidate STI knowledge and resources in the APEC region; (3) the relevance of speakers’ presentation on event topics; (4) overall impact and suggestions for further improvement. The Project team will list all survey comments and results of the survey into the Project Completion Report, etc.

No.

Estimated Indicators

Target

1

Number of returned questionnaires

15

2

Analysis of the survey

1


Linkages

1) Other stakeholders may include international organizations, such as OECD, cross-border exchange platforms, and local and international think tanks in other fields. These organizations have been working on understanding knowledge exchange and have been critical to supporting economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic. As medicine, agriculture, and health have become major issues impacted by the pandemic, cooperation with other APEC sub-fora, including Agricultural Technical Cooperation, and Health, will be seek by the Project team in order to achieve economic recovery. The project will also seek the assistances and collaboration of ABAC, listening to their recommendations and suggestions on the establishment of think tank coving various technologies within the area of STI.

2) There are no previous or ongoing similar projects under the framework of APEC. Even though data studied by think tanks were considered as significant references when policymakers try to formulate polies, there are fewer proposals on building a think tank platform covering various STI knowledge and expertise, especially during the period of the pandemic.

3) It is mentioned in Suzhou Statement on the 2nd APEC-PPSTI “APEC Centers” Cooperation Conference that PPSTI APEC Centers encourage and support new initiatives from APEC Centers including APCTP's topical research program and APECTT's development of a network for facilitating technology commercialization.” Expected outputs and outcomes of the Project is closely linked to such initiative.

4)  As a lack of focus on collaborative and coordinated development of think tanks in the Asia-Pacific region covering various STI data and knowledge, discussion on the feasibility and possibility to build such platform can be seen as an important topic under the framework of APEC.

Sustainability

1) Follow-up with involved think tanks: the Project team will regularly contact representatives of involved think tanks to continuously observe on development status of involved think tanks from member economies. Meanwhile, such contact could also be potential information resources and partner in future research about feasible modes and solutions for further development of think tanks in the region and cooperation;

2) Regular update on output materials: the material that the Project team worked out based on discussions, case study and knowledge shared on planned events would be regularly updated, so that the latest but referable practices could be reference for the entire region;

3) Following-up work plan: based on achievements of this project, the Project team would plan to do follow-up researches and jobs to motivate research on issue of establishing means for think tank collaboration to better inform APEC policymakers, and continuously propose policy recommendation on this issue accordingly.

4) Proposal about a possible solution for contributing to economy recovery of the Asia-Pacific region: with organization of planned events and discussions on the events, the Project could be a reference for APEC and policy makers to further look into making use of knowledge and studies conducted by think tanks to help with economy recovery and quality and sustainable growth of the region, and probably thus further look into using APEC’s framework and effect of coordination to activate potential of STI field of member economies in contributing to quality, inclusive and sustainable growth of the region too.

Project Overseers

Ms. Sun Lijie is the Secretary General of China Association for International Science and Technology Cooperation. The Association is a social organization engaged in and promoting international cooperation in science and technology, and a channel and window for foreign partners to seek opportunities for scientific and technological cooperation in China.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The APEC funding budget is planned to be used for parts of participant expense as those economies may face challenge in developing STI think tanks. For example, Papua New Guinea’s economy is mainly based on mining industry and agriculture so that developing STI think tanks is urgently needed for local stakeholders who are committed to learn on think tank experiences from APEC member economies.


Waivers

Not Applicable.

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