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ict kennis economie onderzoek research In de publicatiereeks ICT, kennis en economie presenteert het Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (CBS) de meest actuele gegevens over de Nederlandse kenniseconomie. De wijze waarop bedrijven en personen ICT-middelen gebruiken, komt uitgebreid aan bod. Deze editie gaat ook in op innovatie en de ontwikkeling van nieuwe kennis via Research & Development bij bedrijven. Het aanbod aan kenniswerkers wordt besproken in een hoofdstuk over onderwijs. Het economische belang van de ICT-sector is een ander thema in deze overzichtspublicatie. Dankzij financiële ondersteuning van het Ministerie van Economische Zaken bevat deze overzichtspublicatie ook uitgebreide informatie over de telecominfrastructuur in Nederland, en vele vergelijkingen met andere landen
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Regional Policy research Since the path breaking work by Birch many regional policies have been aimed at increasing the prevalence of new and small firms Fischer and Nijkamp,; Sternberg, . However, recent empirical work has shown that it is not new or small firms per se, but especially a rather narrow group of ambitious entrepreneurs that is important for economic growth . Ambitious entrepreneurs are individuals exploring opportunities to discover and evaluate new goods and services and exploit them in order to add as much value as possible . That means more than just 'being your own boss' or 'pursuing self-fulfilment' through one’s own business. Ambitious entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs who attach importance to performing (more than) well with their business
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MAPPING THE VALUE BEYOND THE HYPE research By blending physical and digital realms, the Internet of Things (IoT) vastly expands the reach of information technology. The myriad possibilities that arise from the ability to monitor and control things in the physical world electronically have inspired a surge of innovation and enthusiasm. The sweeping changes that IoT can bring to how companies manage physical assets, how consumers attend to their health and fitness, and how cities operate have also inspired visions of a very different future, as well as a good deal of hype. McKinsey has been involved in the Internet of Things over the years and we have seen how rapid advances in technology and know-how have exceeded our expectations
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Train and Retain research International students are increasingly regarded as ‘ideal‘, ‘model‘ or ’designer‘ immigrants for the labour markets of their host countries. Young, educated, and equipped with host country credentials and experiences, international students are presumed to mitigate future talent shortages, especially in technical occupations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). In an effort to retain more international students for their domestic workforce, many host countries have passed legislation to improve poststudy work and residency options for the‘educational nomads’. However, despite these reforms and a high willingness to stay, many international students fail to find adequate employment. For example in
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Business Innovation Observatory research With constant monitoring of the physical body and integration of the data into cyber systems major disruptive innovations emerge, specifically in health. The human body is actually becoming a digitally connected part of the value chain in the health sector. Small, wireless solutions make remote monitoring of patients possible, and can increase quality of life, e.g. for elderly people who want to remain living independently at home. However, these innovations raise new privacy issues and call for new legal arrangements. Besides a wide range of Information and
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future of construction research Money talks, but people count. Construction contributes £92 billion a year to UK economic output. However, to appreciate the true scale of the industry, it pays to think instead in terms of people and jobs, all 2.1 million of them. Driving construction to work, every day, would require 262,500 double-decker buses, full to standing. That would be enough to jam a three-lane motorway, nose-to tail, for almost 600 miles. The same data, however, also explains why construction is concerned about recruitment and retention of talent going forward, making the skills gap a hot topic.
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LAGGING BEHIND: are UK universities falling behind in the global research After decades of stability and continuity, university education around the world is facing pressures for reform from multiple directions. Student demands for more flexible and cheaper study options, new technologies challenging traditional teaching models, regulatory pressures for ensuring a clearer value for money and competition from new providers offering alternative choices are all shifting the status quo.
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Education to Employment: Designing a System that Works research The authors deeply thank the more than 8,000 education providers, youth, and employers whom we surveyed across nine countries during this research, and a further 70 with whom we engaged in detailed interviews. The authors are grateful to the substantial and committed contributions of our colleagues Tom Isherwood, Ali Jaffer, and Cheryl Lim, all of whom served as distinctive project managers during this work. Hayoung Kim, Kalani Leifer, Alice Nam, and Anisa Khadem Nwachuku rounded out our team with excellent thought leadership on critical issues. Denielle Sachs planted the seed of conducting a survey in our minds and helped create an environment that allowed the idea to flourish. Ivan Hutnik and Cait Murphy provided brilliant editing support and Nicholas Dehaney brought creative design to our work, while John-Michael Maas developed our Web presence.
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