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OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2013
Innovation for Growth
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  11 nov 2013
Pages: 276 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264200739 , Code OCDE: 922013051P1
Prix:   €65 | $91 | £58 | ¥8400 | MXN1170 , Frais de livraison inclus
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  • Description

    Published every two years, the STI Scoreboard analyses the major trends in knowledge and innovation in today’s global economy. Through statistical indicators it presents a policy-oriented review of science, technology, innovation and industrial performance in OECD and major non-OECD countries.


    Tables des matières:

    Acknowledgments 5
    Reader’s Guide 10
    Executive summary13
    1. Knowledge economies: Trends and features  17
    -Sources of growth and the crisis 18
    -The new geography of growth 40
    -The changing landscape of innovation 50
    -Science and innovation today 57
    -References 81
    2. Building knowledge 85
    -1. Investment in knowledge 86
    -2. Human resources and knowledge-based capital 88
    -3. Learning for innovation 90
    -4. Skills for innovation 92
    -5. New doctorates 94
    -6. Doctorate holders 96
    -7. Researchers 98
    -8. R&D 100
    -9. Higher education and basic research 102
    -10. Business R&D 104
    -11. R&D tax incentives 106
    -12. International funding of R&D
    -References 118
    3. Connecting to knowledge 121
    -1. R&D and knowledge flows122
    -2. Open innovation 124
    -3. Collaboration on innovation 126
    -4. International collaboration 128
    -5. Skills mobility 130
    -6. Researchers on the move 132
    -7. Research excellence 134
    -8. Science for innovation 136
    -9. From knowledge to inventions 138
    -10. Inventions across borders 140
    -11. Technology flows and markets 142
    -References 149
    4. Targeting new growth areas 151
    -1. R&D funding and specialisation 152
    -2. Green innovation 154
    -3. Health innovation 156
    -4. Biotechnology R&D 158
    -5. Nanotechnology R&D 160
    -6. ICT innovation 162
    -7. Broadband price and quality 164
    -8. Fixed and wireless broadband 166
    -9. Internet users 168
    -10. Emerging technologies 170
    -References 177
    5. Unleashing innovation in firms 179
    -1. Mixed modes of innovation 180
    -2. Broader innovation 182
    -3. Public support to innovation 184
    -4. The IP “bundle” 186
    -5. Trademarks 188
    -6. Knowledge-asset-related trademarks 190
    -7. Registered designs 192
    -8. Trademarks and patents 194
    -9. Entry, exit and survival 196
    -10. Firm employment dynamics 198
    -11. Access to capital 200
    -12. Policy environment 202
    -References 211
    6. Competing in the knowledge economy 213
    -1. Industry specialisation 214
    -2. ICT industry specialisation 216
    -3. Export structures 218
    -4. R&D specialisation 220
    -5. Technological advantage 222
    -6. Trade competitiveness 224
    -7. E-business uptake 226
    -8. Young innovative firms 228
    -9. Technological strengths 230
    -References 237
    7. Participating in the global economy 239
    -1. Employment 240
    -2. Services-manufacturing linkages 242
    -3. Firm size 244
    -4. Firm dynamics 246
    -5. Foreign affiliates 248
    -6. Trade and global value chains  250
    -7. Global demand 252
    -8. Trade and jobs 254
    -9. Trade and household consumption
    -References 261
    Data sources 263
    List of figures 267

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