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dc.contributor.authorJoint Research Centre
dc.contributor.authorDirectorate-General for Research and Innovation
dc.contributor.authorGrablowitz, Alexander
dc.contributor.authorDelicado, Ana
dc.contributor.authorLaget, Patrice
dc.description.abstractIn 2002, The European Union adopted in Barcelona a R&D investment target aiming at a R&D intensity of 3% in 2010 with 2% stemming from the business sector. In order to achieve this target, R&D policy makers are requested to design and implement an appropriate policy mix for supporting and promoting enhanced R&D expenditures of the business sector. Statistical data on Business expenditures on R&D (BERD) and number of researchers in the business sector are key sources for informing policy makers about trends in business sector R&D. This report presents and analyses available statistical data on BERD and number of researchers on both, sectoral and EU Member State level in order to identify learnings for R&D policy makers. In addition, the paper presents a methodological approach for linking information on R&D policy measures aiming to enhance business sector R&D investments with statistical data, notably between R&D policy information presented in the ERAWATCH research inventory and relevant statistical categories i.e. government funding of BERD (GBERD) and the GBAORD chapter on "Industrial production, and technology"
dc.format.extent79 p.
dc.publisherOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities
dc.subjectIndustrial research
dc.subjectResearch and development
dc.subjectResearch policy
dc.subjectBusiness policy
dc.subjectFinancial statistics
dc.subjectEuropean Bank for Reconstruction and Development
dc.titleBusiness R&D in Europe: trends in expenditures, researcher numbers and related policies
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