Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Challenges, Opportunities, and Digitally-Enabled Recovery in the Post-COVID Era 

Project Year

2021   

Project Number

PPSTI 07 2021A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPSTI 07 2021A 

Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Challenges, Opportunities, and Digitally-Enabled Recovery in the Post-COVID Era 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Connectivity 

Project Year

2021 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

80,000 

Co-funding Amount

48,447 

Total Project Value

128,447 

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

Korea; Malaysia; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2021 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Leah Tao 

Job Title 1

Global Policy Affairs Expert 

Organization 1

Didi Chuxing 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(86) 18322581648 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

taoshuting@didiglobal.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

Leah Tao 

Project Summary

Acknowledging the increasing importance of digital technologies to people’s life, business transformation and social governance, the project focuses on digital innovation and post-COVID recovery issues for an open, dynamic, resilient and inclusive Asia-Pacific community by 2040. 

The project will hold two workshops in August 2022, Thailand(hybrid) and December 2022, China(virtual). Public and private sectors’ representatives with experience in digital economy and transformation, from more than 8 member economies will elaborate on domestic challenges and opportunities arising from COVID, and more importantly on concerted suggestions on accelerating recovery through enhancing digital collaboration and connectivity among industry, academia and government. The percentage of female participants will be over 50% to ensure digital obstacles faced women are fully aware and discussed. 

The findings will be developed into a project report aiming to enhance digitalization capacity among all APEC stakeholders and capitalize on R&D and business investments for an innovative, collaborative and inclusive recovery.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought about challenges to the world, including economic sluggish, governance dysfunction, social disparities, and economic disintegration. This project seeks to draw people’s attention to the concept that digital technologies has been increasingly growing as a new instrument to sustain people’s daily life, boost economy recovery and promote multilateral cooperation during and post COVID-19. Against the background of “COVID new normality”, digital technologies and tools are massively adopted to tele-connect people all around the world in an effective and safe way. Those industries characterized by digital technologies has proved their flexibility and resilience in responding to social pandemic and crisis. It is expected that digitally-enabled economy is a key driver of recovery and growth in the aftermath of COVID-19.

The project aims to bring together public and private representatives from at least eight economies. These representatives, not only based on their own economies’ experience during the COVID-19, but also from the perspectives of different walks of lives, will evaluate their domestic challenges and emerging opportunities in the field of digital economy and transformation in the COVID new normality. Based on the evaluation and findings, representatives are encouraged to put forward concerted suggestions on restarting the economic growth through promoting digitalization research and business investment. Considering issues like gender disparity widened by the pandemic, this project will particularly focus on female group in the APEC region by engaging more than half of female participants to keep female being heard and empowered.

The key to achieving above-mentioned objectives is to draw broad participation across economies and sectors for a comprehensive assessment and concerted efforts in a bid to shape a collaborative APEC community for inclusive recovery.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project addresses the capacity building needs of public and private sectors in tackling opportunities and challenges presented by COVID-19. It also enables female participants to speak out the challenges they are confronted with and take advantage of policies and tools for an equal development.

The project is eligible for the Connectivity Sub-fund as it is in line with the pillars of the APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015-2025:

1) Physical Connectivity: the project explores how to enhance digital connectivity through levering private investment in digitalization initiatives and other public recovery plan;

2) Institutional Connectivity: the project outlooks a coherent regulatory framework and concerted roadmap for an inclusive recovery;

3) People-to-People Connectivity: representatives from various economies and sectors will be invited to share their perspectives and exchange original ideas on how to promote people-to-people connectivity in the post COVID-19 era in a digital way.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The project, by inviting practice sharing and policy exchanges, will help participants, especially those representing the APEC developing members, have a better understanding of digital economy and its role in post-COVID recovery. It enables all participants to well recognize the challenges and opportunities facing by public and private sectors in different economies both during and after the COVID-19.

In this project, capacity building works in two dimensions. On one hand, the proportional representatives from public and private sectors of various economies enable adequate exchanges on views from diversified perspectives, which helps promote multilateral cooperation in the field of digital technologies and innovations. The interpretation of regulatory framework by policy makers during two workshops helps private investors understand the potential ways of integrating their business plan into the policy framework and macro development strategies. The broad participation of private stakeholders will enhance policy makers’ knowledge and capacity to devise enabling and practical policies . On the other hand, this project provides participants with the experience of the best practices and success stories from APEC members. The domestic learnings of public-private cooperation from one economy will be discussed at regional level, which encourage more members to participate more fully in the regional digital ecosystem. The COVID-19 is not only a public health crisis, but also a great economic challenge for the globe. Under the principle of equitable development, this project works as a platform to increase economies’, especially developing economies’, competency in digital knowledge and contribute to narrow the digital divide. Through these workshops and reports, the successful practices should be replicated; and the goal of integrated development and shared prosperity of regional digital economy in the Asia Pacific could be achieved.

The project report developed after the workshops will be circulated through APEC channels to further enhance all members’ awareness of building up domestic digital capability and striving for digitally-enabled growth.

Objectives

The overall objective of the project is to further enhance digitalization capacity and facilitate collaborations among APEC economies and stakeholders, including by leveraging research and development and the business community, to bolster up the region’s innovative, collaborative and inclusive recovery from pandemic. By hosting two public-private dialogues with at least eight APEC members participating, this project addresses the NZ 2021 priority: Pursuing Innovation and a Digitally-Enabled Recovery. Striving for an inclusive growth through innovation and digitalization, the project contributes to the fulfillment of APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040. The project also aims to enhance women’s capacity in digitalization as part of concerted efforts to fulfill APEC Women in STEM Principles and Actions.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  Echoing the 2021 APEC theme of “Join, Work, Grow. Together” and NZ 2021 priority: Pursuing Innovation and a Digitally-Enabled Recovery, at least 8 economies’ representatives will be invited to jointly formulate a concerted action plan on how to harness the utilization of digital technologies to drive the APEC region’s swift recovery for an open, dynamic and resilient Asia-Pacific community by 2040, as outlooked in APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040. Following the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap (AIDER), the project calls on holistic policy frameworks for the the Internet and Digital Economy and conducive environment for innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services in the region. The project contributes to the APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015-2025 by committing itself to strengthen physical, institutional, and people-to-people connectivity.

Alignment – Forum: This project supports the vision of PPSTI Strategic Plan (2016-2025) by fostering multi-stakeholder dialogue —government, private sector and academia from member economies, facilitating policy exchanges and enhancing capacity building in securing digitally-enabled recovery. The broad participation across economies and sectors makes the project a platform that foster STI cooperation in a wide range. According to the PPSTI Statement on COVID-19, science, technology, and innovation (STI) should contribute to the APEC region’s post-COVID-19 recovery. The project seeks to capitalize on the flexibility and resilience possessed by digital economy in responding to crisis and recapturing growth momentum. It meets the pressing need for further cooperation within APEC members in an increasingly digitalized world. The project also advocates evaluating the impact women suffered from the unexpected outbreak of COVID-19 and ensuring that women are given equal access to digital upskills and digital economy.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

OutputsThe project will hold two workshops and develop a project report containing case study analysis and policy recommendations. The setting of two workshops secures a wider and more diverse range of participation of attendees located in different times zones and sets aside enough time to collect characteristic case studies. 

1) The first hybrid public-private workshop, to be held in August 2022 in conjunction with SOM3 and PPSTI 20 in Thailand for one day, will encourage participation of both in-person and virtual attendees from all APEC economies. The PO team will invite at least 6 speakers and seek nomination of at least one participant from each economy. The key theme of the first workshop is “taking a fresh look at the resilient role of digital technologies and tools have already been playing in responding to the outbreak of epidemic, sustaining people’s daily life and reactivating the economy for the past two and a half years”. Speakers will present best practices and, along with all attendees, discuss and elaborate on learnings and policy recommendations. The workshop will be organized in two sessions: 1) Building up COVID new normality via integrating digital technologies into all sectors; 2) Universalizing digital technologies towards an inclusive and equitable recovery (for more details, please refer to  Annex). Two high-level panels, each lasting for around two hours, of experts, government officials, representatives of the private sector and the research community, and specialists on digital matters, will respectively zoom in on above two session topics and inspire discussions. Striving for a non-biased and balanced discussion, each session will have male and female panelists from public and private sectors and academic community. 

2) The second virtual public-private workshop will be held in December 2022 in China for one day. PO will invite (at least) another 6 speakers and participants to look ahead and propose the approaches and regulatory framework necessarily considered or taken for a thriving in the context of the post-pandemic and the challenges ahead. This workshop aims to align people’s awareness and policy priorities with the accelerated advancement and application of digital technologies in the society and put forward foresighted and sustainable principles to direct the way of digital economy developing. A balanced involvement of private sector and public sector, developed economies and under-developed economics, male and female, etc. will be delivered. The workshop will be organized in two sessions: 1) Digital inclusion and digital transformation for the well-being of all; 2) Going towards a trusted digital ecosystem.  Each session will last two hours, followed by 20-30 minutes’ free discussion. 

3) A post-workshop survey will be disseminated after each of the workshops to assess impact of the project, such as the knowledge gain amongst workshop attendees and the adoption status of the policy recommendations proposed in the Project Final Report, provide feedback for other projects afterwards to improve. The surveys will be sent forward to every attendees and the result will be included in the Completion Report. 

4) A 20-page Project Final Report, containing all best practices collected at two workshops and policy recommendations, will be developed by a contracted external think-tank. All session topics listed above will be included and analyzed in the report and at least 5 policy recommendations will be initiated to provide a reference for policy makers. The purpose of the report is to demonstrate to a more range of audience in the region the role has been played by digital technologies in different phases of the epidemic, and at the same time to raise both public and private sectors’ awareness of the urgency to formulate holistic and sound regulatory framework as a part of concerted effort to push forward digitally-enabled recovery in the post-COVID Era. The report will be submitted to PPSTI for endorsement and then circulated as an APEC publication on official website to be accessible to all member economies as a useful reference for digital economy policy formulating and broader regional cooperation. 

Outcomes: The public-private workshops are designed to: 

1) Improve participants’ awareness and knowledge of how the digital economy has aided economic recovery from Covid-19, promote the uptake of best practices and approaches and facilitate collaboration between APEC economies. This will be measured through the post-workshop participant surveys to assess knowledge gain and intended application of best practices and recommendations by participants 

2) Call for attention to the economic disadvantages women face, especially during and after COVID and make sure female perspectives are heard and women can be empowered in the digital era. This will be measured via the post-workshop survey, which will ask participants whether they assess the event gave sufficient consideration to female perspectives on the digital technology topics under discussion. At least two policy recommendations will be developed trying to support female’s inclusion into digital society. 

Beneficiaries: Targeted participants are policy makers, researchers and businesspeople with experience in digital economy and transformation from all APEC member economies (especially developing economies). By facilitating dialogue to share knowledge, information and experience: 

1)  Government policy makers in the field of science and innovation are the primary targeted beneficiaries. The project provides a platform where policy makers are directly exposed to emerging demands of business sector. Project reports and policy recommendations will be disseminated and serve as reference in policy making process. Policy makers will build capacity in developing next-step policies to fuel the digital economy for recovery. 

2)  Business representatives of private sectors will also benefit from the direct communication with policy makers. The targeted industries will mainly include the newly developing ICT fields such as big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and those sectors experiencing digital transformation, such as scientific research, transportation and logistics. For those start-ups in digital technology business, this project equips them with senses on how to proceed with public-private partnership. They could also get suggestions from the neutral experts on the partnership principle and lessons. In short, business representatives will develop know-hows to be applied in future business activities. Through PO organization’s business network and contacts gained from hosting PPSTI 01 2018A - APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Sharing Economy and Digital Technology Connectivity for Inclusive Development, appropriate participants will be identified and invited. 

3) Researchers are another groups of invited participants. Their professionalism and neutrality endow their suggestions with high credibility and value. Utilizing the very first-hand information of the most cutting-edge and hot issues of digital economy in the post pandemic era provided by the project, the researchers will be able to make in-depth study that can be used to enlighten policy-makers and business activities. 

4) Female group is an important beneficiary of the project. Engaging more than half of female participants is key to ensure that female perspective is totally considered and integrated in workshop discussions and project report. 

5) Those experts from international organizations like OECD, UN DESA and WHO will also benefit from sharing knowledge and learns with APEC stakeholders.

Dissemination

The Project Final Report will be disseminated electronically to all workshop speakers, participants and PPSTI members for their comments and improvement. After endorsement by PPSTI, the report along with policy recommendations will be published on APEC website for all’s reference. The PO team has no intention to put in commercial use of any outputs. 


Gender

Targets

Female Participants (%)

50%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

50%

The project encourages participation from both men and women in principle. As women are often disproportionately under-represented in economic affairs, this project will ensure the equal participation and engagement of women through PO’s and PPSTI points’ invitation to the project. Preferences will be given to female when inviting speakers. The PO team will keep record of the proportion of gender. The PO team aims to involve female speakers or best cases featured female in every session. Female participants will be encouraged to enrich the workshop from a female perspective and speak for the group of women who suffered from social disparities during and after the pandemic.

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

Time

Activities

Outputs

April – June 2022

1) Procurement and vendor contract planning

2) Identify speakers and collect topics

1) Contracts with vendors

2) Agenda(draft)

May–18 June 2022

Design and disseminate administrative arrangements for the first workshop: a tentative agenda, list of speakers, nomination form and registration details, etc.

1) General Administrative Circular

2) Agenda

17 August 2022 (tentative date)

The first hybrid public-private workshop in Thailand

Public-private workshop

August 2022

Disseminating and collecting the post-workshop participant survey

Post-workshop participant survey

September–October 2022

Design and disseminate administrative arrangements for the second workshop: a tentative agenda, list of speakers, nomination form and registration details, etc.

1) General Administrative Circular

2) Agenda

1 October 2022

Submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

December 2022

The second public-private workshop in China  

Public-private workshop

December 2022

Disseminating and collecting the post-workshop participant survey

Post-workshop participant survey

December 2022 – 20 April 2023

Drafting and submission of Project Report to APEC Secretariat for review, followed by PPSTI endorsement

Endorsed Project Final Report

April – June 2023

Reimbursement of all project costs

Payment completion

August 2023

Assess project implementation

Project Completion Report

June 2024

Participation in the Longer-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects (LTEAP) survey

Risks

1) Difficulties in cross-border traveling and holding physical meeting. The Covid-19 coronavirus has become a long-term challenge for any physical event, considering the time cost caused by quarantine and health risks to travelers. The PO team will have all tele-conference arrangement ready in case speakers and participants have difficulty to travel.

2) Failure to control the proportion of public and private sector participation. The PO team will carefully select a list of speakers and participants and have their attendee confirmation as soon as possible. Enough time will be set aside for keep adjusting the attendee.

3) To what extent can the female attending the meeting speak for the disadvantaged group of gender. The female participants who have professionals on the topic of digital economy usually have a decent educational background. It is difficult to say whether they can stand on the position of vulnerable groups and look for opportunities for them in the transformation of digital economy. The PO should choose female participants who has already paid enough attention to women’s issue.

4) Low quality of reports or policy recommendations. An external think-tank will be contracted to draft the reports and put forward policy recommendations. The PO team will also continually communicate with experts and PPSTI focal points to keep amending the report for a better version.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.               A hybrid public-private workshop in Thailand

1. No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

1. No. of attending economies

8

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3. % of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.               A virtual public-private workshop

4. No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5. No. of attending economies

8

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6. % of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.               Post-workshop surveys

7. No. of survey questions

8

Survey analysis

Completion Report

8. % of survey sent/valid feedback

80%

Completion Report

Completion Report

4.  Project Final Report

9. No. of pages

20

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

10. Submission to the Secretariat

20 April 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

11. No. of policy recommendations

5

Project Final Report

Project Final Report

Outcomes

1.      1.  Improve participants’ awareness and knowledge of how the digital economy has aided economic recovery from Covid-19, promote the uptake of best practices and approaches and facilitate collaboration between APEC economies.

1. No. of workshop attendees

60 for hybrid workshop and 100 for online workshop

Completion Report

Completion Report

2. % of participants’ positive response to post survey on whether the workshops helped improve their awareness and knowledge

80%

Survey Analysis

Completion Report

2.      2. Call for attention to the disadvantage position women in especially during and after COVID and make sure female to be heard and empowered in the digital era

3. % of female participants’ positive response to post survey on whether the workshops takes women’s voice into consideration and aims to support women

80%

Survey Analysis

Completion Report


Linkages

The workshop will invite experts from international organizations like OECD, G20, and research institutions like University of Chile. These expert speakers are expected to share know-hows in the workshops. As one member of the PO team is the advisor to ABAC China’s alternative delegate, the Project Final Report will have chance to be presented in ABAC’s meeting and seek ABAC’s co-endorsement as cross-fora contribution.

The project also received full support from Thailand Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation. Thailand, as the host economy of APEC 2022, will contribute to the project implementation through inviting influential speakers & participants and securing meeting venue for the hybrid workshop.

This project is designed as a sequel to APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Sharing Economy and Digital Technology Connectivity for Inclusive Development endorsed in 2018 by PPSTI. Compared to the project 2018, this second-phase project is not only dedicated to digital economy and digital connectivity, but also blazes a new path of exploring the role digital economy plays in fuelling recovery in the post COVID-19 era.

The project responds to the PPSTI’s statement of “strengthen cooperation on the application of technologies, especially on those related to combating COVID-19 and leading to economic recovery.” It also addresses the NZ 2021 priority and contributes to the success of APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040.

Sustainability

The project will raise the awareness of both public and private sector about the vital role of digital economy in the post COVID-19 era and foster synergies between public and private sectors to enable more. After project completion, it is expected that policy makers participants will have a better understanding on the role of digital economy as the engine of economic recovery, and thus creating a more enabling policy environment for innovation and investment in the field. The PO’s organization with monitor the status of any participant economies taking forward any of the recommendations proposed in the Project Final Report by collecting feedbacks through post-workshop participant surveys and browsing the competent ministries’ statements and announcements posted on official website every two months.

The Project Final Report will serve as a useful reference to people from APEC region for a longer term. As next steps of this project, the PO will also keep in touch with workshop participants and continue to participate in PPSTI meetings or events. The result of post-workshop participant surveys on the project’s outcome will be conducted and presented in report to PPSTI.

Project Overseers

Ms. Leah TAO currently works as Global Policy Affairs Expert at Didi Chuxing, a world leading app-based ride-hailing platform. Leah is familiar with digital economy development in China as well as in many APEC member economies. She has been personally engaged in business activities in the digital sector during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Leah is experienced in hosting APEC projects and have connection with many digital economy experts from APEC economies. She was the main execution PO member of the APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Sharing Economy and Digital Technology Connectivity for Inclusive Development endorsed in 2018 by PPSTI and supported the implementation of Building Capacity in Promoting Inclusive and Responsible Business for Sustainable Growth in Digital Society under CTI during 2020-2021.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

An institution will be contracted for event management, with main duties:

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours

1

Assist PO to set up virtual conference rooms for two workshops, and guide virtual attendees through registering for all events and provide technical solution for the project implementation

200

2

Arrange appropriate meeting rooms for physical workshop in Thailand and make decorations (travel to Thailand might needed)

50

3

Assist PO to receive in-person attendees in Thailand, i.e., transportation, hotel reservations and COVID-related queries

50

4

Design and prepare event visual designs, including virtual background for virtual meetings and posters for physical workshop

50

5

Administrative issues for two workshops, i.e., note-taking, photo-taking, volunteers, etc.)

50

6

Print and distribute workshop papers and other materials when required by PO

20

Total

420

Budget Note 2:

An external institution, preferably with extensive link to academia and has reach experience in international studies, will be contracted for external research of the project, with main duties:

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours

1

Draft Project Final Report.

The report has to include Executive Summary, Summary and analysis of all best cases from two workshops, and Policy recommendations.

All cases presented during the project have to be collected and analyzed properly individually in the report.

The contractor is encouraged to keep in touch with speakers to exchange ideas on the presented cases.

The contractor shall undertake substantive research and analysis, specifically: identify best practices to be presented at two workshops, and undertake analysis of them; conduct careful examination of the presentations and discussions at the workshops; undertake several rounds of research on project topics; and draft a high quality 20-page report containing at least five policy recommendations on how to further unleash the potential of digital technologies and build up sustainable digital ecosystem for post-COVID recovery need to be proposed as important contribution made by the contractor to the project.

If speakers’ presentations or summaries of Workshop discussions are required to be part of the report, they shall be in addition to the 20 pages.

230

2

Support PO to improve workshop agendas

20

Total

250


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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