Cooperation in the area of innovations – critical analysis of statistical description and proposals for its modification
Dariusz Głuszczuk , Andrzej Raszkowski
AbstractCooperation in the area of innovations comes down to active participation of enterprises in innovation processes taken up with other commercial and/or non - commercial entities. The data in this respect – in accordance with the Oslo Manual 2005 recommendations – should be collected using the identifying questions: cooperation partner s (e.g. competitors, clients, consultants, universities), cooperation object s (innovation types – e.g. product or process specific ones) and the geographical range (local, national, international). It is suggested to apply either binary or ordinal response scale in these arrangements. The recommendations presented in such way are of fairly general nature and can be implemented in various ways in public statistics. The purpose of the presented discussion is to provide the critical a nalysis of the Oslo Manual 2005 recommendations and a comparative analysis of the suggested (Oslo Manual 2005) and applied procedures (Central Statistical Office; PNT - 02, PNT - 02/u reports) in terms of collecting information about the cooperation of enterpr ises with entities operating in their environment regarding innovation oriented processes. The critical observations in this regard were considered the reason for the modification of reports about innovations in the sector of industry and services.
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|Book||Loster Tomas, Pavelka Tomas (eds.): The 11th International Days of Statistics and Economics. Conference Proceedings, 2017, MELANDRIUM, ISBN 9788087990124, 1922 p.|
|Keywords in English||innovations, cooperation in innovation processes , statistical data collection|
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= 15.0, 08-03-2019, BookChapterMatConf
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