Presentation on theme: "Smart specialisation in Slovenia. Some economic data of Slovenia 2009201020112012*2013 EU average GDP growth rate -8.01.40.6 -2.5 -2.4 1.5 GERD as % of."— Presentation transcript:
Smart specialisation in Slovenia
Some economic data of Slovenia *2013 EU average GDP growth rate GERD as % of GDP n.a GERD per capita n.a GBAORD (€ million) n.a. 92,308 GBAORD as % of GDP n.a BERD (€ million) n.a. 132,956 (2010) BERD as % of GDP n.a (2010)
Basic documents Law on R&D (2002): SRA, TIA Slovenian Developement Strategy (2005) OP 2007–2013 RISS (2011) and NPHE (2011) and RI (2011) Tax allowance – 100 %. SIP (Slovenian Industrial Policy) (2/2013) SDS 2 ( ) – pubčlic debate closed 9/2013. S3...
Phases of S3 12/2012-5/2013: Background analysis, preeliminary identification of priorities; 5/2013-7/2013: 13 working sessions organised by Chamber of Commerce; drafting a strategy; 7/2013-8/2013: Public consultation; 9/ /2013: Cross-check of comments, cleaning of the text; Early 2014: final text adopted.
Methodology 1 person engaged at MEDT and 2 at GZS. After that interdepartmental coordination. Public debate – 13 workshops, interested public. After the end of public debate – no feedback. „Secrecy“ of phases …
Outcome(s) A drafted text, serving for public debate. S3 mostly „in line“ with adopted documents, but in some cases too ambitious. Lack of clear delimitation of authorities. Slowness of the process.
Some remarks The text is not consistent neither with itself nor with other adopted documents. S3 priorities are vague and undefined. Just few attention is devoted to non- manufacturing innovations (services!). There are some overlapping sentences and description – inaccuracy. The position of different institutions – SPIRIT; JAPTI; SEF; TIA; ARRS? Problems with monitoring – who and why?