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This forthcoming publication addresses the role of national systems of IP in the socio-economic
development of emerging and developing countries, notably through their impact on
innovation. It presents a framework that identifies the key mechanisms how IP systems
can support their innovation and development objectives.
This page presents the OECD statistical work on human resources in science and technology, more specifically the OECD/UNESCO Institute for Statistics/Eurostat project on careers of doctorate holders.
Statistics on biotechnology firms, biotechnology R&D (including public sector expenditures), biotech applications and patents.
Since 1962, the OECD Working Party of National Experts on Science and Technology Indicators (NESTI) has been responsible for developing and updating the Frascati Manual, the OECD guidelines for measuring R&D. This page provides some background and invites feedback in view of the Manual's next revision.
OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy offer a comprehensive assessment of the innovation system of individual OECD member and non-member countries, focusing on the role of government. They provide concrete recommendations on how to improve policies which impact on innovation performance.
This page provides information about OECD work on innovation surveys and indicators.
The aim of the OECD Global Forum on the Knowledge Economy (GFKE) is to strengthen the OECD’s Global Relations in the areas of work covered by four DSTI Committees.
Interview with Andrew W. Wyckoff, OECD Director for Science, Technology and Industry on how to drive forward innovation and digital advancement.
In many OECD countries, investment in intangible assets is growing rapidly. In some cases this investment matches or exceeds investment in traditional capital such as machinery, equipment and buildings.
This paper proposes an exploratory characterisation of firms’ patenting behaviours across 15 countries. The stylised facts proposed are meant to serve as a basis for broader policy relevant analyses, and as a starting point for a more informed discussion on the role of country-specific framework conditions in explaining the observed differences in firm behaviours and outcomes.