STI Review

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Prepared by the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (STI), the STI Review, published twice yearly, presents studies of interest to science, technology and industry policy makers and analysts, with particular emphasis on cross-country comparisons, quantitative descriptions of new trends and identification of recent and future policy problems. Because of the nature of OECD work, the STI Review explores structural and institutional change at global level as well as at regional, national and sub-national levels. Issues often focus on particular themes, such as surveys on firm-level innovation behaviour and technology-related employment problems.

STI Review, Volume 2000 Issue 2

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STI Review, Volume 2000 Issue 2

Special Issue on New Science and Technology Indicators You or your institution have access to this content

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11 Jan 2002
9789264193116 (PDF) ;9789264175815(print)

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OECD's journal on science, technology and industry issues.  This issue includes articles on science and technology indicators.
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Table of Contents

-Introduction - New Science and Technology Indicators for the Knowledge-Based Economy: Opportunities and Strategies
-Investment in Knowledge by Mosahid Khan
-Constructing Internationally Comparable Indicators on the Mobility of Highly Qualified Workers: A Feasibility Study by Mikael Akerblom
-Innovation Surveys: Lessons from OECD Member Country Experience by Dominique Guellec and Bill Pattinson
-To Be or Not To Be Innovative: An Exercise in Measurement by Jacques Mairesse and Pierre Mohnen
-Using Patent Counts for Cross-Country Comparisons of Technology Output by Helene Denis and Dominique Guellec
-Improving Measures of Government Support to Industrial Technology by Alison Young
-Measuring the Value of R&D Tax Treatment in OECD Countries by Jacek Warda

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