Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation

OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard

 

 

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Science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship – which foster competitiveness, productivity, and job creation – are important mechanisms for encouraging sustainable growth. The 260 indicators in the OECD Science, Technology and Industry (STI) Scoreboard 2013 show how OECD and partner economies are performing in a wide range of areas to help governments design more effective and efficient policies and monitor progress towards their desired goals.

The STI Scoreboard is published every other year, alternately with the OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook.

  OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2013: Innovation for Growth

Published: October 2013
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Contents

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Thematic briefs

Promoting jobs through structural reform

Promoting jobs through structural reform

This policy brief highlights new OECD data and analysis suggesting that young firms, knowledge-intensive services and global value chains are important to consider when designing policy packages to foster employment growth and support the global economic recovery.

Policy brief | Interactive chart

Maximizing the benefits of R&D tax incentives for innovation

Maximising the benefits of R&D tax incentives for innovation

This policy brief highlights new OECD analysis on the economic consequences of R&D tax incentives to help governments design more effective and efficient policy packages to foster innovation and exploit new sources of growth.

Policy brief | Interactive chart | More on measuring R&D tax incentives

Researchers on the move: The impact of brain circulation

Researchers on the move: The impact of brain circulation

This brief highlights new OECD data on the mobility of researchers through changes in the affiliation of their publications in scholarly journals. It also looks at the impact of this mobility on the quality of research and at the interconnectedness of this mobile network.

Brief | Interactive chart  

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Country notes

 

Member countries

                 

Partners

Canada Canada Japan Japan Brazil

Brazil:
English | Portuguese

France

France:
Français | English

Mexico Mexico:
English | Español
   
Germany Germany
  
United-Kingdom United Kingdom
  
   
Ireland Ireland
 
United-States United States
 
   
Italy  Italy
 
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Presentations

 

Further reading

 

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