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Ethiopian S&T Indicator Report

Ethiopian S&T Indicator Report

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Ethiopia science, technology and innovation policy underscores the need for building and beefing-up the country’s competitiveness through innovation. The overall objective of the policy is to create a foundation for science and technology and coordinate the national technological capability-building efforts in order to boost competitiveness of its economy and reduce technological dependence of the country. This survey summarizes and glimpses the country’s current status of R&D investment and the level of the R&D human resource development in four sectors; namely in government, higher education, business enterprises and private non-profits (PNP). It also provides evidence on where to locate the country’s R&D performance as compared to selected sub-Saharan African Countries. A total of 485 organizations have adequately replied with full information for this survey. About 53% of the sampled organizations were business enterprises; 22% were government organizations; 21% were higher education institutions; and PNP’s accounted only 4% the surveyed organizations. Only 38% (i.e. 35% conducted inhouse R&D and 3% outsourced R&D activities) of the sample organizations replied that they were engaged in R&D activities.
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Ethiopia science, technology and innovation policy underscores the need for building and beefing-up the country’s competitiveness through innovation. The overall objective of the policy is to create a foundation for science and technology and coordinate the national technological capability-building efforts in order to boost competitiveness of its economy and reduce technological dependence of the country. This survey summarizes and glimpses the country’s current status of R&D investment and the level of the R&D human resource development in four sectors; namely in government, higher education, business enterprises and private non-profits (PNP). It also provides evidence on where to locate the country’s R&D performance as compared to selected sub-Saharan African Countries. A total of 485 organizations have adequately replied with full information for this survey. About 53% of the sampled organizations were business enterprises; 22% were government organizations; 21% were higher education institutions; and PNP’s accounted only 4% the surveyed organizations. Only 38% (i.e. 35% conducted inhouse R&D and 3% outsourced R&D activities) of the sample organizations replied that they were engaged in R&D activities.
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