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Title: What Thailand should do to promote a Knowledge Economy


1
What Thailand should do to promote a Knowledge
Economy?
  • Prof. Dr. Montri Chulavatnatol
  • Director
  • Agricultural Research Development Agency
  • (ARDA)
  • Email montri_at_arda.or.th
  • 19 May, 2006
  • NESDB WBI, Bangkok, Thailand

2
My Answers
  • IMINOVATION IMITATION INNOVATION
  • University Business Incubators
  • Innovation Clusters
  • Agro-innovation Enhancing resource-based economy
    (RBE)
  • Liberate the minds let million bulbs glow.

3
Copy-Imitation-Innovation


Innovation
Local RD


IPR
Global RD technologies

Imitation

Copy

Global RD is much more than local RD Speed
matters in competition.
4
Iminovation Imitation Innovation


Innovation
Local RD


IPR
Global RD technologies

Imitation

Copy

Global RD is much more than local RD Speed
matters in competition.
5
Technology Licensing Office (TLO) University
Business Incubator (UBI)
Royalty fees
University RD
License users Industry Commercial enterprises
TLO
Technology Know-how Creativity

UBI
New enterprises Start-up businesses
Researchers students
National competitiveness
6
Inspire, Teach, Connect, Create
  • Inputs
  • Faculty members
  • Researchers
  • Students
  • Alumni
  • Private business
  • Outputs
  • New businesses
  • IPs
  • New entrepreneurs
  • UBI
  • Inspiring
  • Consulting
  • Training
  • Networking

7
Building UBI system in Thailand
Commission on Higher Education Ministry of
Education
OSMEP SME Bank Venture capital
BIs under other ministries
UBI Policy Board
UBICO UBI Coordinating Office
Sub-projects Implementing units
UBIs
Pre-business support
8
Emerging trends of BI
  • Services to client companies outside BI.
  • BI attached to research/knowledge centers, eg.
    UBI
  • Innovation centers, eg. Tech parks
  • Virtual BI
  • Entrepreneurial support systems, eg. OSMEP, SME
    Bank, micro-finance, venture capital, angel funds.

9
U-I Link 4G Public-Private Partnership (PPP)
Foreign Tech suppliers
  • Graduates (main)
  • Placement center
  • Technologies
  • Tech Licensing Office
  • Consulting/
  • Academic services
  • Univ. Business Incubator
  • Industry
  • Needs
  • Manpower
  • Know-how
  • University
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Services

More competitive
10
????????????????? (Innovation cluster)
1. ???? ?????? (market users)
2. ???????????? ???????? (???????) Entrepreneurs
Investors
4. ????????????? Source of raw mat
??? ARDA
5. ???????? Researchers
3. ?????????????? Technology source
????? ???? ???? ??? ???? ??? Build or buy Thai
or global
11
RD in KBE
KBE enhancing RBE of Thailand
GOAL
Knowledge Exploitation (value creation) (Innovatio
n)
Knowledge diffusion
Knowledge generation
OBJEC- TIVES
-
-

Commercialization Cluster Iminovation
Education Skill development Tech transfer
PRO- CESSES
RD
Domestic market Exporters Investors Industrial
parks ST parks Univ Business Incubators Innovatio
n centers
Universities Colleges Schools Min of
labor Private sector BOI
Universities RD centers Private sector Industries
KEY PLAYERS
12
Thai agriculture Priorities?
FOOD FEED Grains Fruits nuts Vegetables Meats
Seafood
MATERIALS Wood Rattan Cotton Silk Paper Pararubber
Chitin
HEALTH LIFESTYLE Medicine Herbs Neutraceuticals
Cosmetics Ornamental plants Pets sports
ENERGY Biofuel Biodiesel Gasohol Biomass
ECOSYSTEM Forest Coastal Marine Climate Biodiversi
ty Microbes
NON-FOOD
A G R I C U L T U R E
13
Agricultural Competitiveness
SAFETY Consumers Farmers Environment (Organic) Cer
tification
QUALITY QA Standards Certification
PRODUCT COST DIVERSITY Yield per
cost Variety Availability (Seasonality)
RDE create competitive advantage
14
ARDA Agricultural RD Strategies for
Competitiveness
COMPETITIVENESS
RD Strategy 2 PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT Yield/cos
t Post-harvest Output control (HIGH TECH)
RD Strategy 3 INNOVATION TO ADD
VALUES Processing Diversification Value-chain
extension (HIGH TECH)
RD Strategy 4 DESIGN BRANDING Packaging Brand
Description (HIGH TOUCH)
RD Strategy 1 QUALITY, STANDARDS
SAFETY QA Test kits Certifications (HIGH TECH)
15
The Cassava Value Chain
Modified Starch
Cassava Roots
Cassava Starch
Tapioca Pearl
Waste meal
Glucose
Food Stuff
Fermentation
Animal Feed
Commodities Propylene glycol, MSG, Acetic Acid,
Succinic Acid
Cellulose
Pellet
Glucose Syrup
1,3-Propanediol PDO (DuPont/Genecor)
Chip
Vitamin C
Sorbitol
Lactic Acid
PLA
Ethanol
16
Emerging Bio Productsvalue chain extension
CO2 H2O
plants
photosynthesis
Plants algae
Sugar, starch, oil
Fermentation
Fermentation
PDO
Lactic acid
Catalyst
PHAs
Sorona
PHAs
PLA
17
????????????????Adding Agro-Valueswww.arda.or.th
  • ?????????????????????????????(???)Agricultural
    Research Development Agency(ARDA)

18
Let million bulbs glow
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