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©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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The Philosophy of Science Outlook Science Outlook – An independent review of the STI landscape in Malaysia and the way forward Stocktaking Study key trends & challenges Data gathering International reviewers ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015   Identify indicators Benchmarking Evaluation Analysis Way forward Towards evidencebased informed decision making Future implications Recommendations

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Conduct of the Study Science Outlook – Inclusive input from members of Parliament, policy makers, scientific community, academia, industry leaders, international STI organisations, STI professional bodies and NGOs 8  Stakeholder  Engagements     InternaHonal  and  NaHonal  levels   4  Interna)onal  Reviewers   14  Steering  Commi6ee  Members   6  Working  Groups   -­‐STI  Governance  (13  members)     -­‐RDC  (11  members)   -­‐STI  Talent  (6  members)   -­‐Energising  Industries  (6  members)   -­‐STI  EnculturaHon  (10  members)   -­‐Strategic  InternaHonal  Alliance  (5  members)   73  Organisa)ons  and  25  Experts  /  Leaders   Involved  in  Surveys,  Industry  PercepHon  Audit,  Focus   Group  Discussions,  Interviews,  Hansard  Analysis,   Media  Engagement  Exercises  &  Financial  Modelling   28  Organisa)ons   196  References     Provided  key  informaHon  &  data   22  Analysts   ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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Science Outlook Aims to provide evidence-based insights and new perspectives on the Malaysian STI landscape based on six strategic thrusts in the National Policy on STI (2013 – 2020) ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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Transition of the Malaysian Economy STI drives the Innovation-Led Economy 2001 to 2020 (8MP-11MP) 1981 to 2000 (4MP-7MP) Resource-Led Economy Basic Input Factors !  Infrastructure P;-= !  Collateralised riskfree capital !  Labour !  Institutional Support Innovation-Led Economy Critical Success Factors !  STI Talent (Knowledge Worker) !  Value creation from R&D !  Market forces 1957 to 1980 (1MP-3MP) Agriculture Based Economy Basic Input Factors !  Land !  Labour Rewards are rapid & sustainable: •  Wealth creation •  Employment creation •  Societal well being ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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6 Chapters in the Science Outlook Key Focus Areas that contribute to a robust STI ecosystem ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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STI Governance

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1. STI Governance Need for : •  Overarching STI Master Plan to implement National STI Agenda •  Well coordinated and integrated policy measures ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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1: STI Governance •  Planning needs to be hand in hand with evaluation & monitoring •  Evaluation & monitoring to be institutionalised with accountability ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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1: STI Governance Nations with high economic output have stable STI governance structure ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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1: STI Governance Current Parliamentary Debates Based on Hansard Analysis 2008-2013 ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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An Enabling Environment For Effective STI Governance •  Focus on continuous Monitoring & Evaluation as well as Ideation •  Empowerment of centralised STI coordination & monitoring body that transcends across ministries •  Parliamentary Select Committee on STI will build the necessary political will & create legislative consensus towards promoting STI agenda •  Proposed Science Act (of Malaysia) will serve as an overarching Master Plan for a unified execution strategy ©Akademi  Sains  Malaysia  2015  

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