Science, technology and innovation in Europe - Edition 2010
In the context of the conclusions of the Council meetings of Lisbon in 2000 and Barcelona in 2002, relevant and meaningful indicators on Science, Technology and Innovation are paramount in informing policy-makers as to where Europe stands in moving towards more knowledge and growth. This information is also necessary to better gauge how Europe is evolving, compared with the United States, Japan, China, the Russian Federation and other main economies. The statistics and indicators presented in this publication report on Europe's recent performance on R&D, innovation, high-tech industries and knowledge-based services, patenting and human resources in science and technology.
Additional informationNumber of pages: 274
Product code: KS-EM-10-001
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): 10.2785/39823
Theme(s): Science and technology
Collection: Statistical books