Reorganizing Information Technology Services in an Academic by Marcy L. Kittner, Craig Van Slyke

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21). This is a major dynamic of patenting at the present time. The ICT sector invests heavily in R&D. In 2004, ICT manufacturing industries accounted for more than a quarter of total manufacturing R&D expenditure in most OECD countries, and over half in Finland and Korea. The share of ICT in total patent applications rose in almost all countries from the mid-1990s to the beginning of the 2000s. In OECD countries, ICT-related patents represented, on average, 35% of total PCT filings in 2005. Over 50% were related to ICT in Finland and Singapore, and in China, the share of ICT in total patent applications more than doubled over 1996-2005 (OECD, 2008d).

Business R&D finance from abroad fell sharply in Greece and Mexico between 1996 and 2006. 16. 1787/450736732060 1. 1997 instead of 1996 for Finland, Iceland, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden; 1998 for Austria. 2. 2000 for China, Luxembourg and Switzerland; 2002 for Austria. 3. 2005 for Australia, Denmark, France, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, EU27; 2004 for Austria and Switzerland; 2003 for the Netherlands. Source: OECD, Main Science and Technology Indicators (MSTI) Database 2008/1.

1787/451152124658 Note: Patent counts are based on the priority date, the inventor’s country of residence and fractional counts. Patent applications filed under the Patent Co-operation Treaty, at international phase, designating the European Patent Office. Only countries with more than 200 PCT filings during 2002-04 are included. Source: OECD, Patent Database and ANBERD. International co-invention International co-invention of patents provides further evidence of the internationalisation of R&D.

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