OECD Science and Technology Indicators: R & D, invention, and competitiveness
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1986 - Business & Economics - 117 pages
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TRENDS IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
THE DECLINING ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
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aerospace Annex Australia Austria balance of payments basic research Belgium business enterprise R&D Business Enterprise sector Canada categories of industry cent comparative advantage computers decline Denmark domestic patent applications economic elasticity external patent applications fabricated metal fields of science finance France Germany government R&D Graph Greece gross operating surplus growth rates high R&D intensity high-intensity industries Higher Education sector increased indus industrial competitiveness industrial R&D industry groups investment Ireland Italy Japan Japanese large countries low-intensity industries machinery major countries manufacturing industry medium-intensity industries Member countries Million negative negative Netherlands Norway November number of researchers OECD area OECD countries OECD estimates OECD total OECD/STIIU Data Bank output percentage Portugal positive productivity R&D efforts R&D expenditure R&D funding R&D intensity industries R&D spending receipts research and development Spain Switzerland Table technological balance Total OECD total R&D trends Turkey Sweden United Kingdom value added Yugoslavia Zealand