Projects tagged with Innovation
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An industry survey regarding Foundation-funded research in building and construction was completed in March – April, 2005. This was one of five research user surveys carried out in 2004-05. Responses were obtained from 118 of the 357 organisations, 33%, identified as known or potential users of research,...
This report presents consolidated findings from portfolio-based evaluations. These evaluations addressed the issue of RS&T performance focussing specifically on research users, research uptake and outcomes, and factors that drive the differences in performance of research between portfolios. The...
This study of the New Zealand venture capital market was commissioned by the Ministry of Research Science & Technology (MoRST) and sponsored by a number of other government agencies with a view to informing the development of public policy in this sector. The terms of reference for the study are appended.
This paper proposes a number of pragmatic steps and options that the government could take to progress a relationship with the Council for the Humanities, in a way that fosters development of humanities knowledge and research and contributes to New Zealand government policy. This report argues that a serious...
This report aims to help departments take biotechnology developments into consideration in policy development operations and implementation. Information about technology trends can be used at a number of steps in policy or strategy processes: to illuminate issues, to influence and formulate policy and to implement policy. Trend...
Topics: Research, Employment & Labour, Information & Communications Technology, Innovation, Science & Technology
Domestic and international tourism in New Zealand has grown significantly in the past decade and shows every sign of continuing to do so. A vital component of the tourism industry is the accommodation sector. Over 3000 accommodation enterprises employ more than 20,000 New Zealanders on a full time equivalent (FTE) basis and...
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