Development, Implementation, Measurement and Management
Appendix A: Sources of Information
INTRODUCTION Much information in the text is drawn from various websites which have not been added to the References. In this appendix the reader is guided to the websites that have been used. The list is by no means exhaustive, but it covers most of the information sources used in the text and provides an opportunity for the reader to pursue related lines of enquiry. INFORMATION SOURCES Commission of the European Communities (CEC) The CEC is the source for the papers relating to the EU Innovation Strategy discussed in the text. The starting point is: http://ec.europa.eu/. Select a language and then click on ‘Who’s Who’, then on ‘DirectoratesGeneral’. The starting point is DG Enterprise and Industry, go to ‘Innovation’, and then to ‘Background documents’. That will produce most of the CEC references in the text. In addition, there are the documents found on the Pro Inno Europe website, www.proinno-europe.eu. The Pro Inno Europe initiative combines analysis and benchmarking of national and regional innovation policy performance with support for joint initiatives by innovation agencies and other innovation stakeholders. The site provides the European Innovation Scorecard (EIS) and relevant analysis. Community Innovation Survey Questionnaire The generic questionnaire in English is taken from the OECD website, http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/37/39/37489901.pdf. Eurostat Eurostat is the Statistical Office of the European Communities. Information on innovation and research can be found at epp. 172 Sources of information 173 eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/structural_indicators/indicators/ innovation_and_research. NEPAD OST The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) is a programme of the...
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