source of information for innovation during 1998-2000

  • Dimensions

    • Innovation indicator
      • Enterprises considering information from competitors or other enterprises in your sector highly important
      • Enterprises considering information from suppliers of equipment, materials, components or software highly important
      • Enterprises considering information from universities or other higher education institutes highly important
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Clients or customers
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Fairs, exhibitions
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Government or private non-profit research institutes
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Other enterprises within the enterprise group
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Professional conferences, meetings, journals
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Suppliers of equipment, materials, etc.
      • High use of Sources for innovation from Universities or other higher education institutes
      • High use of sources from for innovation Competitors and other enterprises of same industry
      • High use of sources from within the enterprise
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Clients or customers
      • Low use of sources for innovation from Competitors and other enterprises of same industry
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Fairs, exhibitions
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Government or private non-profit research institutes
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Other enterprises within the enterprise group
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Professional conferences, meetings, journals
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Suppliers of equipment, materials, etc.
      • Low use of Sources for innovation from Universities or other higher education institutes
      • Low use of sources from within the enterprise
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Clients or customers
      • Medium use of sources for innovation from Competitors and other enterprises of same industry
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Fairs, exhibitions
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Government or private non-profit research institutes
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Other enterprises within the enterprise group
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Professional conferences, meetings, journals
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Suppliers of equipment, materials, etc.
      • Medium use of Sources for innovation from Universities or other higher education institutes
      • Medium use of sources from within the enterprise
      • Missing information for given variable
      • Sources for innovation from Clients or customers, not used
      • Sources for innovation from Fairs, exhibitions, not used
      • Sources for innovation from Other enterprises within the enterprise group, not used
      • Sources for innovation from Professional conferences, meetings, journals, not used
      • Sources for innovation from Suppliers of equipment, materials, etc., not used
      • Sources for innovation from Universities or other higher education institutes, not used
      • Sources from Competitors for innovation and other enterprises of same industry, not used
      • Sources from Government for innovation or private non-profit research institutes, not used
      • Sources from within the enterprise, not used
    • Classification of economic activities - NACE Rev.1.1
      • Total - all NACE activities
      • Electricity, gas and water supply
      • Financial intermediation
      • Industry (except construction)
      • Manufacturing
      • Mining and quarrying
      • Real estate, renting and business activities
      • Services (except public administration and community services; activities of households and extra-territorial organizations)
      • Transport, storage and communication
      • Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods
    • Size classes in number of employees
      • Total
      • 10-249
      • 10-49
      • 250 employees or more
      • 250 or more
      • 50-249
      • Between 10 and 249
      • Between 10 and 49
      • Between 50 and 249
      • From 10 to 249 employees
      • From 10 to 49 employees
      • From 50 to 249 employees
      • GE250
    • Breakdown by type of innovator
      • Enterprises with abandoned/suspended and on-going innovation activities only
      • Enterprises with innovation activities
      • Enterprises with technological innovation (product, process, ongoing or abandoned), regardless organizational or marketing innovation
      • Established innovators, ongoing and/or abandoned only
      • Establish innovators, ongoing and/or abandoned only
      • Novel innovators, process only
      • Novel innovators, product and/or process
      • Novel innovators, product and process innovators
      • Novel innovators, product only
      • Process innovative enterprises only
      • Product and/or process innovative enterprises, regardless of organisational or marketing innovation (including enterprises with abandoned/suspended or on-going innovation activities)
      • Product and process innovative enterprises only
      • Product innovative enterprises only
    • Unit of measure
      • Number
      • Rate
    • Geopolitical entity (reporting)
      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • Bulgaria
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Denmark
      • Estonia
      • Finland
      • France
      • Germany (until 1990 former territory of the FRG)
      • Greece
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • Italy
      • Latvia
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Malta
      • Netherlands
      • Norway
      • Poland
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • Slovakia
      • Slovenia
      • Spain
      • Sweden
      • Turkey
      • United Kingdom