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Four questions included in the French version of the European Third Community Innovation Survey (CIS3)
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The OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) has taken the initiative to conduct an international survey on what kinds of Knowledge Management practices are used in the private sector, and how effective these are perceived to...
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In the late 1980s and early 1990s, schools in many countries seemed to be confronted with one of the most revolutionary changes since the advent of public education systems. Reforms designed to give families more choice as the clients of schools ...
This paper seeks to improve understanding of the links between innovation and competition policy. It is intended to help countries identify ways in which they can design and implement policies that best promote innovation while protecting against anti-competitive behaviour.
This seminar, the first in a series of three under the OECD E-Government Project, brought together government officials with responsibility for the development, implementation and co-ordination of e-government initiatives, private sector experts and NGOs.
We have developed a set of six scenarios for schooling in the future up to 2020. They have been clustered into three main categories: Scenarios 1a and 1b "Attempting to Maintain the Status Quo", 2a and 2b "Re-schooling", 3a and 3b "De-schooling"....
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According to the dictionary, knowledge is the sum of what is known, the body of truth, information and principles acquired by mankind. Knowledge is related to intellectual capacities, but it is also linked to observation and experience.
Using two waves of the Community Innovation Survey (CIS) for the Netherlands, this paper integrates recent lines of research to estimate the contribution of innovation to manufacturing multifactor productivity (MFP) growth.
While patent data are now readily available for most nations, these data are still of minimal use for economic analysis. The OECD Technology Concordance (OTC) presented in this paper allows researchers to transform IPC-based patent data into patent counts by sector of the economy.