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Apresentação Ciro Vasquez | OIS 2011 | Painel: Cooperação internacional e inovação global
 

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    Apresentação Ciro Vasquez | OIS 2011 | Painel: Cooperação internacional e inovação global Apresentação Ciro Vasquez | OIS 2011 | Painel: Cooperação internacional e inovação global Presentation Transcript

    • The Swedish National Innovation System Dr. Ciro Vasquez Senior Program Manager, International Collaboration and NetworksVINNOVA, Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems
    • Some facts about Sweden Slide 2
    • Sweden is a small country… Bild 3
    • …but linked to the rest of the world Exports: 50 percent of GDP 30 percent services and 70 percent goods Employment of foreign owned enterprises: 620,000 persons 23 percent of total industrial employment Business R&D in foreign owned enterprises: 36 percent Bild 4
    • European Innovation Global Innovation Global CompetitivenessScoreboard 20094 Scoreboard 20084 Index 2010/201141. Switzerland 1. Sweden 1. Switzerland2. Sweden 2. Switzerland 2. Sweden3. Finland 3. Finland 3. Singapore4. Germany 4. Israel 4. USA5. Great Britain 5. Japan 5. Germany6. Denmark 6. USA 6. Japan7. Austria 7. Denmark 7. Finland8. Luxembourg 8. Korea 8. Netherlands9. Belgium 9. Canada 9. Danmark10. Ireland 10. Germany 10. CanadaHighly ranked Innovation nation Bild 5
    • Total R&D expenditure in relation to GDP, 2009 Israel Finland Sweden Japan (2008) Korea (2008) Denmark Switzerland (2008) GermanyUnited States (2008) Taiwan (2008) Austria Singapore (2008) Business enterprise France Higher education Belgium Canada Government sector United Kingdom Other organisations Netherlands Norway Ireland China (2008) Spain Italy 0 0,5 1 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 4 4,5 Percent of GDPSource: OECD, MSTI 2011
    • R&D expenditure distributed on sectors 1995-2009, per cent of GDP 4,5 4,0 3,5 3,0 Percent of GDP Total 2,5 Business enterprise Higher education 2,0 Government sector Municipalities & County councils 1,5 Private non-profit sector 1,0 0,5 0,0 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009Source: Statistics Sweden, 2010Notes: From 2005 business enterprise includes firms with 10-49 employees. Municipalities and county councils were first surveyed in 2005.This also affects the total.
    • R&D expenditure in business sector distributed on size classes 2009, millions SEK 60000 50000 40000 SEK millions 30000 20000 10000 0 10-49 50-99 100-249 250-499 500-999 1000- employees employees employess employees employess employees Bild 8Source: Statistics Sweden, 2010
    • Scientific publications per million in population 2007 1.400 1.200 1.000 Number of publications 800 600 400 200 0Source: National Science Foundation, 2010
    • Triadic (US, EPO, Japan) patents 1990, 2000 and 2007, per million in population 120 100 Number of patents 80 1990 60 2000 2007 40 20 0Source: OECD, Patent database 2011
    • Strengths and Weaknesses Bild 11
    • Natural Global Early resources companies in adopters many sectorsEffective and System Culture of transparent management cooperationgovernance skills Slide 12
    • Dependence Slow growth Public Sector on a few of SMEs Lock-inmultinationals Risk Aversion Short termism Imbalance Lean Knowledge Organizations creation and commercialization Slide 13
    • Swedish rank per dimension in Innovation Union Scoreboard 2010 Dimension Main type Rank Human Resources Enabler 1 Open, excellent & attractive research Enabler 5 systems Finance and support Enabler 1 Firm investments Firm activities 1 Linkages & entrepreneurship Firm activities 2 Intellectual assets Firm activities 2 Innovators Output 10 Economic effects Output 9 The Swedish ParadoxSource: Innovation Union Scoreboard 2010
    • Some facts about VINNOVA Bild 15
    • VINNOVA developsSweden’s innovationcapacity forsustainable growth Slide 16
    •  Annual budget: 280 mill US$ Number of staff: 200 Agency under the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications Sweden´s Innovation Agency Slide 17
    • Products, Services, and Processes Collaboration as a Success Factor Driven by Global Societal Challenges Solving Societal challenges creates Business Opportunities Leverage return on investments in researchInnovation – The VINNOVA way 2011-12-05 Bild 18
    • Innovation Investing in R&I capacity in SMEs Innovation capacityInfrastructure Global linksfor innovation Policy development Slide 19
    • Nord- och Sydamerika USA Road/Vehicle Safety (Michigan), Environment/energy Innovation Program Europa EU FP7, ERAnets, INNOnet, INCOnets, AAL, Artemis, Eniac, EUREKA, COST, Eurostars, TAFTIE Norden ICT, Food/health Asien Indien Biotechnology/health, ICT, e- Health program Japan Bio/X program (JST), network projects (JSPS) Kina ICT, material sciences Active government Formalized agreement in S&T cooperation with budgetGlobal links Bild 20
    • Brazil Our partner: ABDI 6 +1 on-going projects• Small scale power plants for remote villages• Next generation of ethanol engines for trucks• Sensor for fuel quality• Transport security solutions• Waste generation & recovery• Science park collaborations for internationalization of SMF• Drug development (SEtTReND) Swedish node of CISB Bild 21
    • Thank you! Bild 22