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Title: Arthur%20Bayhan%20Chief%20Executive%20Officer%20Competitiveness%20Support%20Fund%20(CSF)


1
Arthur BayhanChief Executive OfficerCompetitiven
ess Support Fund (CSF)
  • INITIATIVE TO UPGRADE COMPETITIVENESS OF
    PAKISTANS ECONOMY

2
World Economic Forum - Global Competitiveness
Report (GCR)
Improving Pakistans Competitiveness
Globalization is a reality that countries can no
longer escape Competitiveness is the only way to
benefit from globalization and not become a
victim
3
World Economic Forum - Global Competitiveness
Report (GCR)
Improving Pakistans Competitiveness
The World Economic Forums Global
Competitiveness Report Is the Most Influential
Ranking of Country Competitiveness and Effects
Pakistans Image in the World Among Business,
Government and Financial Leaders Understanding
and Monitoring the Rankings is Important Improved
Competitiveness Leads to Sustained Economic
Growth Which Has Proven to Be Effective in
Poverty Reduction
4
World Competitiveness Ranking 2006(Total 125
Countries)
FINLAND - 2
USA - 6
S. KOREA 24
THAILAND - 35
S. Africa - 45
JORDAN - 52
China - 54
India - 43
KAZAKHSTAN - 56
TURKEY - 59
PAKISTAN - 91
5
Global Competitiveness IndexComponents for 2006
Pakistan
  • Institutions 79
  • Infrastructure 67
  • Macro economy 86
  • Market efficiency 54
  • Technological readiness 89
  • Innovation 60
  • Business sophistication 66
  • Education 104

6
Global Competitiveness IndexComponents for 2006
Pakistan, India, Thailand
  • Institutions 79 34 40
  • Infrastructure 67 62 38
  • Macro economy 86 31 88
  • Market efficiency 54 21 31
  • Technological readiness 89 55 48
  • Innovation 60 26 33
  • Business sophistication 66 25 40
  • Education 104 49 42

7
Global Competitiveness Report Has Two Indices
Pakistan ranked 67th on the Business
Competitiveness Index of Michael Porter Pakistan
ranked 91st on the Global Competitiveness Index
up from 94th place in 2005Lower rankings on the
GCI reflect inclusion of low health and education
indicators
Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)
Business Competitiveness Index (BCI)
Rank
Rank
120
108
100
99
98
100
94
91
80
79
80
72
65
67
67
64
57
60
54
48
45
43
40
31
27
20
0
India
China
Sri Lanka
Pakistan
Bangladesh
2006
2005
Source World Economic Forum, Global
Competitiveness Report, 2006-2007
8
CSF Action Plan to Improve Pakistan Ranking on
Global Competitiveness Index
Pakistan Can Improve by 6-8 Rankings Per Year
Rankings Can Improve to 60-65 by 2010
63
70
77
50
84
44
91
RANKING
38
33
27
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
YEARS
9
CSF Action Plan to Improve Global Competitiveness
Index Rankings
Improving Pakistans Competitiveness
  • CSF Action Plan Next Steps
  • Promote Broad Understanding and Support for
    Governments Economic Reform Agenda
  • Provincial Government Leadership Workshops
  • Presentations on Competitiveness to Business
    Leaders
  • Orientations for Local and International Press
  • Communicate Priorities to Relevant Ministries and
    Institutions and Ensure Timely Provision of Data
    to International Sources
  • Ensure Accurate Implementation of Executive
    Opinion Survey for Next Global Competitiveness
    Report March 2007
  • Focus CSF Activities on High Impact Areas

10
Operational Windows of the CSF
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Technical Assistance Window
  • Prepare and publish First Annual State of
    Pakistans Competitiveness Report
  • Carry out Competitiveness Analyses to Recommend
    Specific Actions with High Potential Impact
    Beginning with
  • Motorcycle industry
  • Food processing sector
  • Fishery
  • Automotive industry
  • Gender contribution to economic growth
  • Increase Public Awareness of Innovation and
    Competitiveness by Better Preparing Journalists
    in Cooperation with Stanford University
    Innovation Journalism Fellowship Program

12
CSF PARTNER ORGANISATIONS
CSF Has Signed MOUs for Cooperation With
  • HEC Commercialize Research for
    Knowledge-based Enterprise Development
  • PARC Agribusiness
  • Government of Sindh Cluster Development
  • World Economic Forum

13
Matching Grant Window
  • Main Criteria
  • High potential to generate jobs, income, exports
    and investments
  • High potential to improve quality of products and
    services
  • Benefits a cluster of firms in an economic
    sector
  • Amounts US20,000-US125,000 (catalytic
    investments triggering large potential impacts)
  • Co-Financing Requirement 50
  • Participants Private Sector, Government and
    Academia Triple Helix

14
CSF Uses the "Triple Helix Approach
Matching Grant Window
  • CSF Uses the Triple Helix Approach

15
CSF-HEC Joint Initiatives
  • Commercialize applied research and link private
    sector with university research
  • 20 private industry, 30 HEC and 50 CSF
  • Promote knowledge-based enterprise sector by
    facilitating international patent registrations
    from Pakistanis and Pakistani institutions
  • Organize for first time trade fairs highlighting
    science and technology-based projects developed
    at universities to attract private-sector
    investors looking for innovative products and
    systems to commercialize

16
Business Incubator Window Concept
Incubator Set-up
17
Business Incubator Window Operations
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