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1 CGEE´s Contributions to ST&I Policy in Brazil Lucia Carvalho Pinto de Melo President The 4th International Seville Conference on Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA) 12 & 13 May 2011

2 Brazil in the World: land, population and economy a unique combination Area > 4 millions Km 2 Population > 100 millions Source: Investe Brasil, *PIB nominal R. Dauscha (ANPEI 3ª CNCT) PIB > US$ 400 billions Indonesia Nigeria Bangladesh Pakistan India Mexico Japan Russia EUA BRASIL China Canada Australia Spain United Kingdom France South Korea Germany Holland Italy

3 Brazil and the new geography of Science and Innovation

4 PRODUCER OF IRON ORE PRODUCER AND EXPORTER OF BEEF AND CHICKEN, ETHANOL FROM SUGAR CANE AND SOYBEAN COMPLEX PRODUCER OF IRON ORE PRODUCER AND EXPORTER OF BEEF AND CHICKEN, ETHANOL FROM SUGAR CANE AND SOYBEAN COMPLEX 1 1 Brazils economic profile PRODUCER OF ETHANOL LARGEST COSMETICS MARKET EXPECTED TO BE THE 3RD LARGEST MARKET FOR PCS IN 2010 LARGEST COSMETICS MARKET EXPECTED TO BE THE 3RD LARGEST MARKET FOR PCS IN 2010 LARGEST CELLULAR PHONE MARKET LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF COMMERCIAL PLANES EXPORTER OF CELLULLOSE LARGEST CELLULAR PHONE MARKET LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF COMMERCIAL PLANES EXPORTER OF CELLULLOSE LARGEST POPULATION, MARKET FOR BOOKS AND MUSIC LARGEST NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS LARGEST POPULATION, MARKET FOR BOOKS AND MUSIC LARGEST NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS PRODUCER OF VEHICLES (3.22 MILLION IN 2008) LARGEST CONSUMER MARKET Source: ABDI – The Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development

5 Energy pattern - transport sector Ethanol Gasoline Oil 2008

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7 Reproduced from Unep, Reproduced from Unep, February The environmental food crisis Liquid biofuels in the world

8 Brazil recovers a sustainable growth pace in

9 Brazil: coming up from the crisis

10 *Growth relative to the previous quarter(1st Q 2009), annualized and seasonally adjusted. Source: GDW JP Morgan 09/11/2009 and IBGE for Brazil 7,8 A country with global appeal According to UNCTADs World Investment Report 2008 (WIR08), the amount of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flow to Brazil placed the Country as the 5th most attractive location in the world. 10

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12 12 Brazilian companies go global 3rd largest aircraft company in the world Automotive, beverage, aircraft, cosmetics, mining, steel and oil&gas Brazilian companies, among others, invest overseas and expand their international operations. TOTVS 8th world biggest business company software JBS-FRIBOI 1st company in animal protein producion GERDAU 8th company in steel producion in the world NATURA Operate in 13.8% of the global CF&T market and have a growth rate of 2.3x that of the total market PETROBRAS 8th largest company in the world by market value VALE 2nd largest mining company in the world MARCOPOLO 7.0% of global production of bus bodies and components EMBRAER

13 Brazil: science budget

14 Fonte: Brazilian science towards a phase transition Nature Materials, July 2010 Brazil: where we are in Science Science funding a.The coloured bars show the CDP of the worlds 17 richest coutries, according to the International Monetary Fund. The solid line shows the GDP per capita. b.Percentagem of the GDP applied to research and development (R&D) so far in c.Research funding per researcher. d.Research funding per capita. The data are obtained from the Brazilian Department for Science and Technology and updated frequently.

15 ST&I in Brazil – some numbers (2008 and 2009) Institutions Research groups Researchers PhD holders Master holders , ,000 69,000 86,000 HR in S&T Published papers World production (2009) Patent requests (INPI- 2006) 30,415 2,69% 26,509 Scientific Production Graduate degrees awarded in ,654 33,360 11,400 Professional masters Academic masters PhDs (2009)

16 MCT Presidency of Republic SAE Ipea CCT Concea CNTBioCMCH Subordinate SFB Affiliated ANA IBAMA ICMBio Jardim Botânico RJ Subordinate Aeronáutica Exército Marinha Affiliated CAPES INEP Fundação Joaquim Nabuco Supervised Institutos Tecnológicos Federais Affiliated ANS ANVISA FIOCRUZ FUNASA HEMOBRAS Subordinate INMET Affiliated EMBRAPA Affiliated ABDI Supervised INMETRO BNDES INPI SUFRAMA Affiliated ANEEL ANP DNPM EPE Petrobrás Eletrobrás Subordinate ABC Affiliated Anatel Telebrás Affiliated SERPRO Agencies CNPq | Finep | CGEE | AEB | CNEN Private Sector Technology Parks and Incubators Hospitals Universities Institutes of ST&I Entities, Programs and ST&I Funding Sibratec INCTs The Main Actors of The National ST&I System

17 CGEE: a brief description Created in 2001 Non-profit private organization Overseen by the Ministry of Science & Technology Headquarter located in Brasilia, Federal District Nearly 90 employees Budget: USD 20 million per year Over 2000 experts coming from 300 institutions involved per year Over 400 studies conducted so far Member of the WFS and IIASA

18 An environment of increasing complexity for public policy decisions CGEE as a Think Tank to support ST&I policy in Brazil (Taking the definitions of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP, 2010) A bridge between Knowledge and Power A filter and synthesizer that facilitates the identification of policy issues, the design of policy solutions and the implementation of ans feedback on policy decisions

19 To promote Science, Technology and Innovation development to advance economic growth, competitiveness and well-being in Brazil Scope of activities Environment of ST&I Articulation Strategic Foresight Strategic Evaluation Information & Knowledge Diffusion

20 CGEEs administration board

21 Sugarcane-Based Bioethanol Energy for Sustainable Development Bioethanol Science and Technology Center French Portuguese English CGEEs studies

22 Aviation biofuels Technical Document on aviation biofuels Authorship: Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira Green chemistry Book on green chemistry in Brazil Study under the Management Contract between MCT and CGEE Diversifying the bioeconomy

23 Sectorial Strategic Program (PES)Sectorial Technology Agenda (ATS) Textile and Clothing Medical and odontological equipment and supplies Furniture Cosmetics Building and Construction Auto Parts Footwear Aeronautics Plastics Automation Naval Challenges 1. Priority Actions 2. Improving the quality of goods and production processes 3. Targets and indicators for medium/long-term competitiveness Building and Construction Footwear Textile and Clothing Plastics Automation Contributions to the Brazilian industrial policy Dimensions of analysis: Market Technology Regulatory and instutional environment Human resources Infrastructure Investments

24 Visualizing relation networks while leveraging strategic information The Innovation Platform

25 Knowledge GENERATION APROPRIATION DIFUSION Goverment Business sector Society in general NGOs Some challenges for ST&I policy in the new millenium Source: Mirra, E

26 Missing links / Foward looking Adaptado de Hassan, M. H. A. ST&I Priorities Policies and Investiments Global and Local Challenges

27 CGEEs studies

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29 Southwest - South North-Northeast coast Sertão – Northeast semi-arid Amazon Rainforest Midwest North Central For a sustainable development

30 Recent government orientation: trends, opportunities and challenges for CGEE Recent government orientation: trends, opportunities and challenges for CGEE Macroeconomic stability Economic growth with income distribution and social inclusion Infrastucture investments Internationalization Science Technology and Innovation as main vectors for a sustainable development (National Plan for ST&I) Brazil as a Natural Knowlegde Economy Future oriented technology analysis as an important tool to acomplish these gools

31 Other Publications - Available in

32 Thank You! Muchas Gracias! Muito Obrigada!

33 P 1 System Expantion P 2 Innovation P 3 Strategic areas P 4 Social Inclusion National Plan for ST&I – Strategic Priorities E 1 Innovation And Competitivity E 2 National and Global Challenges E 3 New Frontiers on S&T E 4 Strategig Management for ST&I CGEE Main lines Of activities E 5 Institutional Development Compromise with the national priorities on ST&I n de CT&I e industrialnnnnn

34 Brazil: country profile Total area: Population: GDP (2008): Investment in S&T: Scientists and researchers: Scientific papers: Car fleet: Energy: 8.5 million km2 191 million 1.5 US$ trillion (2% world) 1.2% GDP ~200,000 in % of world more than 90% of new cars flex 15% renewable source


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