The 2010 Report on R&D in ICT in the European Union

The 2010 Report on R&D in ICT in the European Union
Authors: Geomina Turlea, Daniel Nepelski, Giuditta de Prato, Sven Lindmark, Andrea de Panizza, Lucio Picci, Paul Desruelle, David Broster.

This report provides an analysis of R&D investments in the EU Information and Communication Technology sector (ICT sector). The research and analysis was carried out by the Information Society Unit at JRC-IPTS in the context of PREDICT, a research project co-financed by JRC-IPTS and the Information Society & Media Directorate General of the European Commission.

This report combines in a unique way three complementary perspectives: national statistics (covering both private and public R&D expenditures), company data, and technology-based indicators. It relies on the latest available official statistics delivered by Member States, Eurostat and the OECD. This data still contains gaps and where this is the case, rigorous cross-checking and estimating methods have been applied by JRC-IPTS to provide the study with the necessary set of data.

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