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Data infrastructures for science, technology and innovation

 

Draft Proposal for a Science Europe Position Statement on Research Information Systems

Science Europe

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Sapientia and Ontology-Based Data Management (OBDM) as two Key Enabling Technologies for the development of integrated Data Platforms for STI studies

Cinzia Daraio, Maurizio Lenzerini, Claudio Leporelli, Paolo Naggar, Emanuele Fusco and Alessandro Balducci, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

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Comparing European and American Higher Education. First Empirical Evidence from ETER and IPEDS

Veglio V., Lepori B, Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland, Visser, M.S. Leiden University, Leiden, Germany.

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Understanding innovation better through an identifier infrastructure

Laurel Haak and Josh Brown, ORCID

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Knowledge Flows: linking big data sets

Christina Freyman, John Byrnes, Tulay Muezzinoglu, SRI International, USA

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OECD Science, Technology and Innovation Micro-data Lab

OECD

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Building a harmonised international trademark database

Stephen M. Petrie, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

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Intellectual property rights in the Netherlands: the use of patents, trademarks , industrial design and breeders rights by Dutch firms

Marcel Seip, Meindert Flikkemaa, Ard-Pieter de Mana, VU University, Amsterdam, Carolina Castaldi, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands

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flipd OPEN – Open firm-linked patent-data for indicator development: Norwegian patent applicants 1995–2014

Eric Iversen (NIFU), Bjarne Kvam (the Norwegian Industrial Property Organization), Paul Istvan Bencze (the Research Council of Norway), Frank Foyn (Statistics Norway).

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Drivers and implications of scientific open access publishing findings from a pilot international survey of scientific authors – ISSA

OECD

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RISIS: Towards an open infrastructure for STI data

Peter van den Besselaar, RISIS project

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Knowledge creation and flows 
 

Human Capital Aspects of Innovation: Data from Surveys of Doctorate Holders

Lynn Milan, Kelly Phou, and Emilda Rivers, U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)

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The Impact of SSH Doctorates in Various Contexts: The Case of Hungary

Annamária Inzelt and László Csonka, IKU Innovation Research Centre

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Monitoring of the Japanese university system by in-depth analyses of time use surveys

Yumiko Kanda, Masatsura Igami, Hiroyuki Tomizawa, National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP), Japan.

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The determinants of citation impact: A comparative analysis of the Global South versus the Global North

Hugo Confraria, Lili Wang, UNU-MERIT & Maastricht University, Manuel Mira Godinho, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

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The Technological Relatedness in Inter-firm R&D Collaborative Projects

Marek, Jiří Blažek, Viktor Květoň, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Pharmaceutical Innovation Analysis by Knowledge Flows

Yoshiyuki Osabe, Japan Patent Office, and Mari Jibu, Japan Science and Technology Agency.

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Public-Private R&D Cooperations: A characterisation of French innovative firms

Samih Atmane, PhD Student, Paris 13, Anna Testas, French Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research, France.

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Characteristics of Paper Publication by Major Countries Focusing on Journals

Naomi Fukuzawa, National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, NISTEP, Japan

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Analysis of Structure of Scientific Publications at Universities Focusing on Sub-Organizations

Akiyoshi MURAKAMI, Ayaka SAKA and Masatsura IGAMI, NISTEP.

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Indicator frameworks for STI policies
 

A  new approach for an indicator set to monitor the Flemish Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy

Kristien Vercoutere, Flemish Council for Science and Innovation (VRWI), Belgium.

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Indicators and Prospects of China’s National Program for Science and Technological Development

Zhu Yingchun, Ying Ying, Liu Dongmei, Chen Yu, Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development, MOST, China.

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R&D and Innovation indicators in Indian S&T system – A National Framework Approach

Sonu Verma, Om Prakash Wali, Shashanka K. Prasad, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi, India.

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A Study on Developing Infrastructure for Evidence-based STI Policy in Korea

Seulki Hong , Seong-Sik Cho and Byoung-Soo Kim, Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning, KISTEP, Seoul, Korea

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The Entrepreneurial and Innovative University Index of Turkey

Yasemin Aslan, M. Selcan Zeren Karabulut, Sema Karabulut, Nazlı Sariaslan, Ö. Furkan Sirkeci, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK), Department of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Ankara, Turkey

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Engaging the public in STI policymaking: Using segmentation method as an indicator for science and society

Kei Kano1,2, Makiko Suga3, Go Yoshizawa4, Mitsuru Kudo4, Eri Mizumachi2, Takayuki Goto2, KuniyoshiEbina51Shiga Univ. 2Kyoto Univ. 3Tezukayama Univ. 4Osaka Univ. 5Kobe Univ.

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Baseline of indicators for R&D and innovation in ICT: a tool for decision-making, design and monitoring of public policies

Mora Holguín Henry, Zarate Sandra, Castro Novoa Nayibe, Clara Pardo, Colombian Observatory of Science and Technology (OCyT), Lucio-Arias Diana, Univesidad del Rosario, Colombia.

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Measuring R&D tax incentives: A comprehensive overview of goverment funding of business R&D

OECD

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Monitoring R&D 
 

Monitoring R&D areas of high policy priority in Norway

Susanne Lehmann Sundnes and Kaja Wendt, NIFU – Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Oslo, Norway.

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R&D Excellence new performance indicators for international comparisons

Robert Tijssen and Jos Winnink, Leiden University, The Netherlands.

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Identifying Metrics to Fully Assess the Impacts of Federal R&D Investments

Daniel Basco, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, USA

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EU corporate R&D intensity gap: What has changed over the last decade?

Pietro Moncada-Paternò-Castello, European Commission, Joint Research Centre.

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Innovation Radar: Scan, Support, Sell

Daniel Nepelski, Annarosa Pesole and Vincent Van Roy, European Commission, Joint Research Centre.

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Business patenting and publishing: Evidence from world top R&D spenders

Ela INCE, ULB, SBS – EM.

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Measuring educational R&D

Hebe Gunnes, NIFU – Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Oslo, Norway.

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Impact Assessment of R&D Subsidy on Input Additionality and Firms’ Performance Using Firm Level Data: The Korean Case

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Innovation Metrics 
 

Measuring engineering and industrial design: evidence from Russia

Leonid Gokhberg, Mikhail Gershman, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

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The importance of true innovators

Hans-Olof Hagén, Statistics Sweden

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Creativity, Innovation and Research in Norwegian and European Enterprises

Mark Knell, NIFU - Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Norway

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Innovation indicators throughout the innovation process: An extensive literature analysis

Marisa Dziallas, Chair of Innovation Economics, Technical University of Berlin, Germany

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Developing a global database of comparable innovation statistics: Progress and problems

Luciana Marins, Martin Schaaper and Lora Milusheva, UNESCO Institute for Statistics.

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Multilayer Network analysis of innovation intermediaries' activities: Methodological issues and an application to a regional policy programme.

Margherita Russo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy; Annalisa Caloffi, University of Padua, Italy; Riccardo Righi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy; Simone Righi, University of Bologna, Italy; Federica Rossi, Birkbeck University, London, United Kingdom.

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