Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-07-116, published on 18-Oct-2007

in descending order, figuring out the leading countries is straightforward. The seven EIS 2006 indicators from the CIS 4 Knowledge creation Share of enterprises receiving public funding for innovation Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) innovating in-house Innovative SMEs cooperating

Call for tenders and grants , Product code: 2007-S-106-129995, published on 07-Jun-2007

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Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-BW-06-001-INTRO, published on 07-Feb-2007

enterprises (SMEs); workforce characteristics; external trade etc. The accompanying CD-ROM presents the paper publication in an easily accessible electronic format, including all the data, graphs and tables in Excel format. It also contains more complete, detailed datasets on which th...

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-BW-06-001-01, published on 07-Feb-2007

be due at least partly to their large, average size, rather than any inherent difference between nationally-controlled and foreign-controlled enterprises. SIZE CLASS ANALYSIS: THE ROLE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMES) Recently the European Commission has placed SMEs at the centre

News releases , Product code: 4-08022007-AP, published on 08-Feb-2007

industries to communications, information services and media. It presents the latest available statistics from a wide selection of statistical sources describing, for each activity, production and employment, country specialisation and regional distribution, cost structures, productivity and profitability, the importance of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), external trade etc.

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-07-019, published on 20-Feb-2007

................................. 5 SMEs accounted for over two thirds of employment in services...................................... 6 Cost structure: 80 % purchases, 15 % personnel costs and 5 % investments ............................... 6 Main features of the services sector ...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-07-125, published on 10-Dec-2007

% Training, 2% SME, 10% Risk capital, 0,4%Research, development and innovation, 13% EU state aid directed to horizontal objectives at euro 54 billion or 84% of total Source: European Commission, DG Competition, State aid. On average, aid earmarked for horizontal objectives account...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-07-051, published on 18-Apr-2007

generally higher than it was in manufacturing (see page 5). Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were more important in precision instruments than the the manufacturing average. In 2003 SMEs accounted for 66 % and 52 % respectively of total sectoral employment and value a...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-07-074, published on 25-Jun-2007

services appears to be dominated by a small number of large actors. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs – enterprises employing between 1 and 249 persons) appear to be more active in niche markets. 27% of Business and management consultancy exports were supplied by micro-enterpr...

Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-CL-07-001, published on 15-Oct-2007

and employment; country spe- cialisation and regional distribution; cost structures; productivity and profitability; the importance of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); workforce characteristics; external trade, and more. The ac- companying CD-ROM presents the paper publication in an easily

Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-RA-07-010, published on 17-Dec-2007

and enterprise based indicators into context. The vast majority of enterprises have only one establishment; and this is especially the case for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), where there is considerable policy interest. Large new business are typically opened by a larger enterprise group, whether