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Innovation Survey Indicators: What Impact on Innovation Policy?

Arundel, A 2007 , 'Innovation Survey Indicators: What Impact on Innovation Policy?', in Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators in a Changing World , OECD.

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The first Blue Sky conference in Paris in 1996 introduced a wide
audience to some of the results of the first Community Innovation Survey
(CIS) from 1993, which was arguably one of the most comprehensive major
sources 0 r new innovation data at the time. The purpose of the CIS and other
innovation surveys based on the first edition of the Oslo Manual was to
overcome some of the limitations of the research and development (R&D)
surveys. Two main goals were to provide data on innovative activities that
were not based all R&D and to provide output measures of innovation.
The CIS is now implemented every two years in all member states of the
European Union (EU). The results of the fOUlth CIS, covering innovation
activities between 2002 and 2004, became available in 2006 and 2007. The
fifth CIS was in the Held in early 2007 and planning for the sixth CIS, which
will implement the recommendations of the third edition of the Oslo Manual
(OECD/Eurostat 2(05), is underway.

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Authors/Creators:Arundel, A
Publisher: OECD
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