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Title: THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS


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THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS
WORKSHOP on SME STATISTICS 17-19 SEPTEMBER 2003
Marie-Florence Estimé Head SME Unit
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THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS Implementing the Bologna
Charter on SME Policies
  • TWO DIMENSIONS
  • GLOBALISATION
  • GLOBAL PARTICIPATION
  • (45 non-member economies)

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THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS
  • OBJECTIVES
  • Fostering entrepreneurial agenda SME
    competitiveness at the global level
  • Guidance to governments to help SMEs reap the
    benefits of globalisation
  • Improve dialogue and co-operation on SME issues
    and policies among stakeholders (policy makers,
    business community, international
    organisations/institutions NGOs).

4
THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS In addition to the
OECD member countries, a large number of
non-member economies participate
  • Algeria, Argentina, Azerbaidjan, Brazil,
    Brunei Darusalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile,
    China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, Estonia,
    Ghana, Hong Kong China, India, Indonesia, Israel,
    Kazakstan, Kenya, Kirghizistan, Latvia,
    Lithuania, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan,
    Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Romania,
    Russian Federation, Senegal, Singapore, Slovenia,
    South Africa, Tadjiskistan, Chinese Taipei,
    Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United
    Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

5
The Bologna Process List of Directorates
Services involved
  • Coordinating Directorate Directorate for
    Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI)
  • Other Directorates participating in the work
    carried out
  • Directorate for Employment, Labour Social
    Affairs (DELSA) Local Economic Employment
    Development Programme (LEED)
  • Development Co-operation Directorate (DCD)
  • Development Centre (DEV)
  • Sahel West Africa Club (SWAC)
  • Statistics Directorate (STD)
  • Directorate for Financial, Fiscal Enterprise
    Affairs (DAFFE)
  • Public Government Territorial Development (GOV)
  • Centre for Co-operation with non-members (CCNM)

6
The 2nd OECD Ministerial Conference on
SMEs Istanbul, Turkey, 3-5 June 2004 PROMOTING
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATIVE SMEs IN A GLOBAL
ECONOMY
4 themes ? Fostering entrepreneurship and
firm creation as a driver of growth in a global
economy ? Fostering SMEs access to innovation
and technology through access to financing and
through clusters, networks and partnerships ?
Promoting ICT use and e-commerce adoption by
SMEs ? Promoting SMEs for Development


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The 2nd OECD Ministerial Conference on
SMEs Istanbul, Turkey, 3-5 June 2004 PROMOTING
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATIVE SMEs IN A GLOBAL
ECONOMY
  • And 2 cross-cutting Issues
  • ? SME Statistics
  • ? Evaluation of SME policies

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IN SEARCH OF BETTER SME STATISTICS RELEVANT
INDICATORS FOR SME POLICYMAKERS
  • WHY ?
  • Existing data are insufficient for
    policymakers needs
  • More international comparability is required
    for better policy analysis
  • Clarification harmonisation of conceptual
    measurement issues is a prerequisite
  • HOW ?
  • Putting Forward PROPOSALS for
  • Making better use of existing resources to
    deliver better, more useful statistics at lower
    costs
  • Practical projects which have a realistic time
    frame for successful implementation.
  • The Istanbul Ministerial Conference could provide
    a possible breakthrough -- if these proposals
    would be endorsed by Ministers

9
Calendar of events for the 2nd OECD Ministerial
Conference on SMEs, Istanbul, Turkey, 2-6 June
2004
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THE OECD BOLOGNA PROCESS The 2nd OECD
Ministerial Conference on SMEs Istanbul, Turkey,
3-5 June 2004 PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND
INNOVATIVE SMEs IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY www.oecd-ist
anbul.sme2004.org
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