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Av city innovation systems-the metro manila experience

  1. 1. City Innovation Systems: The Metro Manila Experience Asian City Innovation Systems Initiative Aida L. Velasco, Project Leader Case Writers Paulynne Castillo Mitzie Conchada Raymund Habaradas Dennis Beng Hui
  2. 2. Asian City Innovation System Initiative Disentangle Asian innovation systems Define city innovation systems Design future city innovation systems
  3. 3. Disentangle Asian innovation System • Identify and analyze complex set of innovative activities, actors, and their interactions in the Asian context through literature review on innovation systems at the national, sectoral, and regional level.
  4. 4. Define city innovation systems • Define a new conceptual model for city innovation systems in the context of developing economies for policy recommendations for innovation and urban development
  5. 5. Design future city innovation systems • Foresight mapping, design, and development of integrated innovation systems and urban development
  6. 6. What is city innovation? • New or improved solutions that contribute towards enhance livability, prosperity, and equity of the city
  7. 7. Philippine Innovation Strategy • Strengthening human capital • Supporting business incubation and acceleration efforts • Regenerating the innovation environment • Upgrading the Filipino mindset
  8. 8. Metro Manila • Commonly known as the National Capital Region (NCR) • Composed of 16 cities and 1 municipality • Population: 11.6 million • Population Density: 18,093/sq. km. • Accounts for 33% of Philippine GDP • Contributes 41% of the country’s total tax collection
  9. 9. Metro Manila Land Use City/ Land Area by Land Use Type (sq.km) Municipality Residential Commercial Industrial Institutional Parks, roads Total Quezon City Caloocan Valenzuela Muntinlupa Las Pinas Marikina Manila Paranaque Taguig Makati Mandaluyong Malabon Pasay Pasig San Juan Pateros Navotas Total Area % of Total Area
  10. 10. Governance of Metro Manila • 1975: Metro Manila Commission • 1990: Metro Manila Authority • 1995: Metro Manila Development Authority • Metro-wide services: – Development planning – Transportation and traffic management – Solid waste disposal and management – Flood control and sewage management – Urban renewal, zoning, land use planning, and shelter – Health sanitation, urban protection, pollution control and public safety
  11. 11. Urban Concerns • Transport and Traffic Management • Flood Control • Solid Waste Management • Land Use, Housing and Urban Poverty
  12. 12. City Innovation Government Academe Socio-economic Issues City Innovations Improved city conditions NGO and cause-oriented Industry groups
  13. 13. City Innovation Systems Framework Process Information Product Space Service Institution City Physical Innovation Space Cognitive Space Position Paradigm
  14. 14. City Innovation Dynamics Socio-Economic City Growth and City Innovations Conditions Development *Transportation and innovation actors laws and policies traffic management *Employment resources *Environmental Conditions *Housing and land use
  15. 15. City Innovations • Gawad Kalinga: A social innovation - addresses social problem on urban housing and community development • Industry Clustering Innovation: Medical Tourism – development of more job opportunities and promotion of tourism • Industry Academe Partneship: UP-Ayala Technology Park – development and commercialization of new technology through industry-academe-government collaboration
  16. 16. Aspects of Innovation Aspects of Gawad Kalinga Medical Tourism UP-Ayala Tech innovation Park Product Housing/Community Healthcare/Leisure Real Estate development Service Community Medical travel Business incubation engagement Process Volunteerism Clustering of Collaboration helathcare facilities among government, in MM schools, and new ventures Paradigm Community Integration of health, Academically based involvement travel and leisure IT park Institution Government, NGOs, Industries , Government. schools Government Industries, schools
  17. 17. Innovation Analysis Aspects of Gawad Kalinga Medical Tourism UP-Ayala Innovation Technopark Novelty Volunteerism Integration of medical Business engagement of treatments and leisure state university Impact Improved lives and Job creation New venture community of informal development and job city dwellers creation Equity Sharing of resources Equity sharing to provide State university access to among communities poor access to healthcare income generation potential Economic and Donation based Private funding and P6.5 billion investment Financial Stability management and expected earnings of P200m Environmental Focus on urban Issue of land use and Environment friendly Sustainability environmental concerns environmental degradation design of IT Park Transferability Replicated in other major Clustering in other major Model for other state cities cities (Davao, Cebu) universities Political acceptability Strong support from local Collaboration of health care Strong industry, academe, government and tourism government collaboration
  18. 18. Metro Manila City Innovations Dynamics Gawad Kalinga UP-Ayala Technopark city development INNOVATIONS and growth population Medical Tourism knowledge infrastructure social issues policies urban migration employment resources transportation environment employment
  19. 19. Where do we go from here? • Technology and innovation – Education – R&D – Culture and social values • Success indicators • Innovations for progress – Macro (landscape) – Meso (regime) – Micro (micro)
  20. 20. Thank you!

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