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OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2009
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  22 Jan 2010
Pages: 144 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264063716 , OECD Code: 922009031P1
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At a time when world economy is in the midst of the most severe economic downturn since the Great Depression, the OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2009 provides the statistical information necessary to define a response to the global challenges accompanying the downturn.

This edition of the  Scoreboard  illustrates and analyses a wide set of indicators of science, technology, globalisation and industrial performance in OECD and major non-OECD countries (notably Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa). Indicators are organised around five issues: responding to the economic crisis, targeting new growth areas, competing in the world economy, connecting to global research, and investing in the knowledge economy. The Scoreboard also includes StatLinks, "clickable" access to the underlying data in Excel® spreadsheets.


Table of contents:

Executive Summary
Highlights
1. Responding to the Economic Crisis
-1.1. Venture capital in the economic crisis
-1.2. R&D in the economic crisis
-1.3. R&D growth over the business cycle
-1.4. Financing R&D during a recession
-1.5. Trends in business R&D
-1.6. Business R&D by technology intensity
-1.7. Business R&D by firm size
-1.8. Patent intensity over the business cycle
-1.9. Trademarks over the business cycle
-1.10. Trends in researchers
-1.11. Foreign direct investment flows
-1.12. Trends in the employment of foreign affiliates
-1.13. Labour productivity growth over the business cycle
-1.14. ICT investment over the business cycle
2. Targeting New Growth Areas
-2.1. Patents in environment-related technologies
-2.2. Environmental sciences
-2.3. Telecommunication networks
-2.4. Health-related R&D
-2.5. Health-related patents
-2.6. Biotechnology R&D
-2.7. Public-sector biotechnology R&D
-2.8. Biotechnology patents
-2.9. Biosciences
-2.10. Nanotechnology patents
-2.11. Nanosciences
-2.12. Government R&D budgets
-2.13. Public-private cross-funding of R&D
-2.14. Tax treatment of R&D
-2.15. Collaboration by innovating firms
3. Competing in the World Economy
-3.1. International trade
-3.2. International trade by technology intensity
-3.3. Manufacturing trade balance by technology intensity
-3.4. International trade in ICT goods and service
-3.5. Activity of foreign affiliates
-3.6. Electronic commerce
-3.7. Innovation and firm performance
-3.8. Innovation within companies
-3.9. Non-technological innovation
-3.10. Product and marketing innovation using trademarks
-3.11. Internet access and use by businesses
-3.12. Entrepreneurship
4. Connecting to Global Research
-4.1. International co-operation in research
-4.2. International research co-operation among regions
-4.3. International co-operation in science
-4.4. Cross-border inventions
-4.5. Technology balance of payments
-4.6. R&D funding from abroad
-4.7. Internationalisation of R&D
-4.8. International collaboration on innovation
-4.9. International mobility of doctoral students
-4.10. Foreign scholars in the United States
5. Investing in the Knowledge Economy
-5.1. New university graduates
-5.2. New doctoral graduates
-5.3. Human resources in science and technology
-5.4. Employment of tertiary-level graduates
-5.5. Employment of doctorate holders
-5.6. Earnings by educational attainment
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