OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook

Frequency :
Biennial
ISSN :
1999-1428 (online)
ISSN :
2074-7187 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/19991428
Next Edition: 17 Oct 2014
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OECD’s biennial comprehensive review of key trends in science, technology and innovation policy in OECD countries. In addition to examining main trends across the OECD, the report delves into specific topics that are high on the agenda of innovation policy makers, such as the role of intellectual property rights and technology licensing markets in innovation performance, policies to enhance benefits of the globalisation of business R&D, human resources for science and technology, and the evaluation of innovation policy. While retaining its focus on developments in OECD countries, it also highlights key developments in a number of important non-member economies, including China, Russia and South Africa. A statistical annex provides up-to-date statistics on R&D funding, patents, researchers and other indicators of innovative performance.

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Publication Date :
04 Dec 2006
Pages :
250
ISBN :
9789264028494 (PDF) ; 9789264028487 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/sti_outlook-2006-en

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The OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook 2006 offers a comprehensive review of key trends in science, technology and innovation policy, and an examination of recent policy developments in OECD countries. In addition to examining main trends across the OECD, the report delves into specific topics that are high on the agenda of innovation policy makers, including the role of intellectual property rights and technology licensing markets in innovation performance, policies to enhance benefits of the globalisation of business R&D, human resources for science and technology, and the evaluation of innovation policy. While retaining its focus on developments in OECD countries, this edition of this biennial publication highlights key developments in a number of important non-member economies, including China, Russia and South Africa. A statistical annex provides up-to-date statistics on R&D funding, patents, researchers and other indicators of innovative performance.  StatLinks provide internet access to Excel® spreadsheets of data underlying the tables presented.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Chapter 1. Science, Technology and Industry: Recent Trends at a Glance
-A Benign Economic Environment
-Investments in R&D Have Rebounded
-New Patterns of R&D Performance
-Human Resources
-Scientific and Technological Output Has Expanded
-A More Global Context for Innovation
-Summing Up
Chapter 2. National Developments in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy
-Introduction
-National Strategies for Science, Technology and Innovation
-Strengthening Public Research and Public Research Organisations
-Support for Business R&D and Innovation
-Enhancing Collaboration and Networking among Innovators
-Globalisation of Research and Innovation
-Outlook: Future Challenges
Chapter 3. Human Resources in Science and Technology: Trends and Policies
-Introduction
-Labour Market Outcomes of S&T Graduates
-Policy Developments in the Area of HRST
-Conclusions
Chapter 4. The Internationalisation of R&D
-Introduction
-Major Trends in the Internationalisation of R&D
-Policy Implications
Chapter 5. Patent Licensing Markets and Innovation
-Introduction
-Managing and Exploiting IP
-Measuring Technology Markets
-Encouraging Patent Licensing: The Role of Public Institutions
-Conclusion
Chapter 6. Evaluation of Publicly Funded Research: Recent Trends and Perspectives
-Introduction
-Evaluation of Research Institutes and Groups
-Evaluation of Research Institutions and Operators
-Evaluation of Research Programmes and Procedures
-Evaluation of Research Systems
-Conclusions
Statistical Annex
-Gross Domestic Expenditure on R&D broken down by Financing (Government/Industry) and Performer (Industry, Higher Education, Government) USD, and Total Researchers, 2004
-Gross Domestic Expenditure on R&D (GERD) 1995-2005, USD
-GERD Intensity 1995-2005
-Gross R&D Expenditure, Constant 2000 USD, 1995-2005
-Basic Research Expenditure as a Percentage of GDP
-Total Researchers (FTE), 1995-2004
-Industry-Financed GERD as a % of GDP, 1995-2005
-Government-Financed GERD as a % of GDP, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Financed by Industry, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Financed by Government, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Financed by Other National Sources, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Financed by Abroad, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Performed by the Business Enterprise Sector, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Performed by the Higher Education Sector, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Performed by the Government Sector, 1995-2005
-Percentage of GERD Performed by the Private Non-Profit Sector, 1995-2005
-Business Expenditure on R&D (BERD) as a % of GDP, 1995-2005
-Business Expenditure on R&D in 2000 USD, 1995-2005
-Percentage of BERD Financed by Industry, 1995-2005
-Percentage of BERD Financed by Government, 1995-2005
-Percentage of BERD Financed by Other National Sources, 1995-2005
-Percentage of BERD Financed by Abroad, 1995-2005
-Higher Education R&D (HERD) as a % of GDP, 1995-2005
-Percentage of HERD Financed by Industry, 1995-2005
-Government Expenditure on R&D (GOVERD) as a % of GDP, 1995-2005
-Total Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays for R&D, USD, 1995-2006
-Civil Government Budget Appropriations by Socio-Economic Objectives, 2006
-R&D Expenditure of Foreign Affiliates, 1998-2004
-Number of Triadic Patent Families, 1997-2003
-Share of Countries in Triadic Patent Families, 1997-2004
-Technology Balance of Payments: Receipts 1995-2004, USD
-Technology Balance of Payments: Payments, 1995-2004, USD
-Technology Balance of Payments: Payments as a % of GDP, 1995-2004
-Tax Treatment of R&D, 1990-2006 (Rate of Tax Subsidies)
-Intensity in Business R&D Expenditures by Sector 1992 and 2002 as a % of Value Added
-Business R&D Expenditures by Sector, 1992 and 2002 as a % of Total R&D Expenditure
-Science and Engineering Articles by Country, 1990-2003 per million inhabitants
-Portfolio of S&E Articles by Field as a % of Total Publications 1996 and 2003