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Assets and Dynamics of an Innovation System          Doug Henton    Collaborative Economics
INNOVATIONASSETS ANDDYNAMICS     © Collaborative Economics 2011
ASSETS         • TECHNOLOGY R&D         • TALENT: DEVELOPMENT & ATTRACTION         • INVESTMENT CAPITALASSETS
California R&D Assets       TOTAL R&D,     $71 Billion          Industry,   $58 BillionFederal Obligations, $21 Billion   ...
California Talent
California Talent
PROCESSES            •   IDEA GENERATION            •   COMMERCIALIZATIONPROCESSES            •   ENTREPRENEURSHIP        ...
California Patents
OUTCOMES           • OPPORTUNITY           • COMPETITIVENESSOUTCOMES           • BUSINESS             PERFORMANCE
California Business Performance• California created 124,000 net new jobs on  average each year between 1995 and 2009.• Of ...
QUALITY OF LIFE                  • LIVABILITYQUALITY OF LIFE                  • VIBRANCY
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  1. 1. Assets and Dynamics of an Innovation System Doug Henton Collaborative Economics
  2. 2. INNOVATIONASSETS ANDDYNAMICS © Collaborative Economics 2011
  3. 3. ASSETS • TECHNOLOGY R&D • TALENT: DEVELOPMENT & ATTRACTION • INVESTMENT CAPITALASSETS
  4. 4. California R&D Assets TOTAL R&D, $71 Billion Industry, $58 BillionFederal Obligations, $21 Billion Academic, $6.7 Billion
  5. 5. California Talent
  6. 6. California Talent
  7. 7. PROCESSES • IDEA GENERATION • COMMERCIALIZATIONPROCESSES • ENTREPRENEURSHIP • BUSINESS INNOVATION
  8. 8. California Patents
  9. 9. OUTCOMES • OPPORTUNITY • COMPETITIVENESSOUTCOMES • BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
  10. 10. California Business Performance• California created 124,000 net new jobs on average each year between 1995 and 2009.• Of the 1,578,000 jobs created, existing firms accounted for 65 percent, startups accounted for 34 percent, and relocations accounted for 1 percent.
  11. 11. QUALITY OF LIFE • LIVABILITYQUALITY OF LIFE • VIBRANCY
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