SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (S&T) INDICATORS SURVEY


In recent times Science, STI indicators are important tools in understanding national and international competitiveness in today's knowledge based economy. These set of indicators are defined as a series of data designed to answer questions about S&T system, its internal structure, its relation with the economy and society and the degree to which it is meeting the goals of those who manage it, work within it, or are otherwise affected by its impacts (OECD, 1992). This is a reflection of the fact that changes in the National STI systems affect citizens who are industrialists, policy makers, researchers, government agencies, venture capitalists and other stakeholders involved in the understanding, as well as processes such as internalization and integration of public research, higher education, and other knowledge

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Ethiopian S&T Indicator Report

Ethiopian S&T Indicator Report (Version 1.1)

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Ethiopia science, technology and innovation policy underscores the need for building and beefing-up the country’s competitiveness through innovation. The overall objective of the policy is to create a foundation for science and technology and coordinate the national technological capability-building efforts in order to boost competitiveness of its economy and reduce technological dependence of the country. This survey summarizes and glimpses the country’s current status of R&D investment and the level of the R&D human resource development in four sectors; namely in government, higher education, business enterprises and private non-profits (PNP). It also provides evidence on where to locate the country’s R&D performance as compared to selected sub-Saharan African Countries. A total of 485 organizations have adequately replied with full information for this survey. About 53% of the sampled organizations were business enterprises; 22% were government organizations; 21% were higher education institutions; and PNP’s accounted only 4% the surveyed organizations. Only 38% (i.e. 35% conducted inhouse R&D and 3% outsourced R&D activities) of the sample organizations replied that they were engaged in R&D activities.
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Ethiopia science, technology and innovation policy underscores the need for building and beefing-up the country’s competitiveness through innovation. The overall objective of the policy is to create a foundation for science and technology and coordinate the national technological capability-building efforts in order to boost competitiveness of its economy and reduce technological dependence of the country. This survey summarizes and glimpses the country’s current status of R&D investment and the level of the R&D human resource development in four sectors; namely in government, higher education, business enterprises and private non-profits (PNP). It also provides evidence on where to locate the country’s R&D performance as compared to selected sub-Saharan African Countries. A total of 485 organizations have adequately replied with full information for this survey. About 53% of the sampled organizations were business enterprises; 22% were government organizations; 21% were higher education institutions; and PNP’s accounted only 4% the surveyed organizations. Only 38% (i.e. 35% conducted inhouse R&D and 3% outsourced R&D activities) of the sample organizations replied that they were engaged in R&D activities.
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