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OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry 7 July, 2011 Economic Analysis and Statistics Division ISIC REV. 3 TECHNOLOGY INTENSITY DEFINITION Classification of manufacturing industries into categories based on R&D intensities High-technology industries Medium-high-technology industries Aircraft and spacecraft Electrical …

Revision of the high-technology sector and product ...

intensity (ISIC Revision 2) High-technology CITI Revision 2 1. Aerospace 3845 2. Computers, office machinery 3825 3. Electronics-communications 3832 4. Pharmaceuticals 3522 Medium-high-technology 5. Scientific instruments 385 6. Motor vehicles 3843 7. Electrical machinery 383-3832 8. Chemicals 351+352+3522 9. Other transport equipment 3842+3844 ...

Statistical Databases | UNIDO

The data are arranged at the 4-digit level of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 3 and 4 pertaining to the manufacturing sector, which comprises 127 manufacturing categories in Revision 3 and 137 categories in Revision 4. Order Availability (ISIC Rev.3) Availability (ISIC Rev.4)

ISIC_Technology.pdf - OECD Directorate for Science ...

Four categories were introduced: high-, medium-high, medium-low and low technology. Definition updated to ISIC Rev.3 Based on direct R&D intensity, first shown in the Annex of the 2001 edition of OECD‟s STI Scoreboard using 1991-1999 data. Updated calculations with identical results in the 2003 edition.

STAN Database for Structural Analysis (ISIC Rev. 4)

STAN Database for Structural Analysis (ISIC Rev. 4) Country. Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Hungary Italy Korea Netherlands Norway Slovenia Sweden United States. Variable. PROD Production (gross output), current prices PRDK Production (gross output), volumes PRDP Production (Gross Output), deflators INTI ...

Glossary | DataBank

Manufacturing value added is the value added of manufacturing industry, which is Section C of ISIC Rev.4, and Section D of ISIC Rev.3. Data can be found in UNIDO INDSTAT4 Database by ISIC Revision 3 and ISIC Revision 4 respectively.

UNCTADstat - Classifications

Information and communication technology (ICT) Core indicators on ICT use in business by industrial classification of economic activity are based on ISIC Rev.3.1 or ISIC Rev.4. Information and communication technology - Economic activities (ISIC Rev. 3.1) Information and communication technology - Economic activities (ISIC Rev. 4) Commmodity ...

High-tech industry and knowledge-intensive services (htec)

With the implementation in 2007 of the new version of SITC Rev.4, the definition of high-tech groups was revised and adapted according to new classification. Starting from 2007 the Eurostat presents the trade data for high-tech groups aggregated based on the SITC Rev.4. For more details, see definition of high-tech products in Annex 4 and 5.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL - UNESCO

Acceptable industry classifications include ISIC Rev.4, ISIC Rev.3.1, or any national or regional classification with a correspondence to them. Furthermore, data must be coded to at least 3 digits or greater for both occupation and

Industry 4.0 and servitisation: Regional patterns of 4.0 ...

The distinction between technology, carrier and induced sectors (according to the NACE Rev 2.2 classification at the 2-giti level) is based on the OECD classification of sectors according to their digital intensity level based on ISIC Rev. 4 classification (Calvino et al., 2018). Accordingly, technology and carrier sectors are those with high ...

Foreign Direct Investment in China Manufacturing Industry ...

4. Definition of High and low-tech manufacturing industry The classification of manufacturing industries by the intensity of technology as used in OECD is based on the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC Rev.3). ISIC Rev.3

OECD classification of industries by R&D intensity

Standard Industry Classification, Revision 4. Source(s): Galindo-Rueda F, Verger F. 2016. OECD Taxonomy of Economic Activities Based on R&D Intensity. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers, 2016/04, OECD Publishing, Paris.

VIII - TEC by exports intensity

FDI statistics according to Benchmark Definition 4th Edition (BMD4) FDI main aggregates - Summary. FDI main aggregates - Summary. FDI financial flows- As a share of GDP. ... Exports intensity [7 / 7] ISIC sector (revision 4) [5 / 47] Year [8] Layout; Table options Export. Excel

Glossary:High-tech classification of manufacturing ...

In order to compile statistics on high-tech economic activities, Eurostat uses an aggregation of the manufacturing industry according to technological intensity and based on NACE Rev.2. for compiling aggregates related to high-technology, medium high-technology, medium low-technology and low-technology.. Based on NACE Rev. 2 3-digit level. High-technology:

ISIC REV. 3 TECHNOLOGY INTENSITY DEFINITION

First definition in ISIC Rev. 2 Classification based both on direct R&D intensity and R&D embodied in intermediate and investment goods proposed in Hatzichronoglou (1997). Four categories were introduced: high-, medium-high, medium-low and low technology. Definition updated to ISIC Rev.3

Based on R&D Intensity of Economic Activities OECD …

Such classifications, based on ISIC Rev.2 and ISIC Rev.3, respectively, defined four broad groups of manufacturing industries: high, medium-high, medium-low and low technology. In the seminal study by Hatzichronoglou (1997), the technology classification was created by clustering industries based on a measure of internal R&D intensity combined ...

Korea - Medium and high-tech industry (% manufacturing ...

Manufacturing value added is the value added of manufacturing industry, which is Section C of ISIC Rev.4, and Section D of ISIC Rev.3. Data can be found in UNIDO INDSTAT4 Database by ISIC Revision 3 and ISIC Revision 4 respectively.

Informal Technical Expert Meeting: tools and …

ISIC Rev 4 Code Product Country Total Value 0127, 1073 Cocoa Netherlands 692482090 Japan 296652405 ... Step 4.2 Our definition of response measures and their impacts 9 ... involving GHG intensity Table 5. Step 4.3 Examples of matching response measures to sectors and countries Sources 1. EEA database

5-Technological concentration (CR4) by industry, ISIC rev ...

Download scientific diagram | 5-Technological concentration (CR4) by industry, ISIC rev.4, 2010-12 from publication: World Corporate Top R&D Investors: Innovation and IP bundles | …

A taxonomy of digital intensive sectors | OECD Science ...

The indicators used to classify 36 ISIC revision 4 sectors over the period 2001-15 are: share of ICT tangible and intangible (i.e. software) investment; share of purchases of intermediate ICT goods and services; stock of robots per hundreds of employees; share of ICT specialists in total employment; and the share of turnover from online sales.

The effect of knowledge spillovers and human capital ...

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) ISIC Rev. 3 technology intensity definition Paci R, Usai S (2001) Externalities and local economic growth in manufacturing industries. In: Fingleton B (eds) European regional growth.

U.S. Manufacturing in International ... - EveryCRSReport.com

Source: CRS, from OECD STAN R&D expenditures in industry and Value added and its components by activity-ISIC Rev. 4; U.N. National Accounts Main Aggregates Database (accessed February 20, 2018). One reason for national differences in R&D intensity is variation in the composition of the manufacturing sector.

Dean-Fung Explaining China's position in the Global Supply ...

Joint Symposium on U.S.-China Advanced Technology Trade ... • Definition: Slicing the stages of production thinner and thinner, and producing these ... ISIC revision 3, …

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Database, 3- and 4-digit level of International Standard Industrial Classification ISIC Revision 3 (INDSTAT4 2012); OECD, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, Economic Analysis and Statistics Division, 'ISIC REV. 3 Technology Intensity Definition:

STAN STructural ANalysis Database - OECD

STAN industry list covers all ISIC Rev. 4 activities in National Accounts statistics (SNA93) submitted to OECD and Eurostat (maximum A*64), some additional 2- and 3- digit ISIC Rev. 4 details, as well as specific aggregates for better linking with vintage SNA (ISIC Rev. 3) time series. SNA93, ISIC Rev. 3 version of STAN (last update: May 2011)

TURKSTAT Corporate

The foreign trade deficit increased by 69.1% in January-December 2020. In January-December 2020 period, foreign trade deficit was 49 billion 915 million dollars with a 69.1% increase compared with January-December 2019. In the same period, exports coverage imports was 77.2% while it was 86.0% in January-December 2019.

Institutional information Concepts and definitions

(ISIC) Revision 3 (1990) or Revision 4 (2008). It refers to industries belonging to sector D in revision 3 or sector C in Revision 4. Technology classification is based on research and development (R&D) expenditure relative to value added otherwise referred as R&D intensity. Data for R&D intensity are presented in a report (Galindo-Rueda and

International Standard Industrial Classification - Wikipedia

The International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) is a United Nations industry classification system. Wide use has been made of ISIC in classifying data according to kind of economic activity in the fields of employment and health data. It is maintained by the United Nations Statistics Division.. ISIC classifies entities by activity.

Information and communication technology (ICT) - ICT value ...

Definition ofICT value added. ICT value added is the difference between the Information and Communication Technology sector gross output and intermediate consumption. The aggregate of information industries here includes ISIC rev. 4 Division 26 (Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products) and Section J (Information and ...

Indicator description: Employment by economic activity ...

The original version of ISIC was adopted in 1948, and it has been revised four times since then: in 1968 (ISIC Rev.2), in 1990 (ISIC Rev.3) and in 2008 (ISIC Rev.4). An updated version of the ISIC Rev.3 was introduced in 2002 to account for substantial changes in many countries' economic structure (ISIC Rev. 3.1). 3 For further information on ...

Innovation, firm productivity, and export survival: firm ...

OECD (2011) ISIC Rev. 3 technology intensity definition, OECD directorate for science, technology and industry economic analysis and statistics division. Otchia SC (2020) Mechanisms and impacts of innovation on firm survival: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa.

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Report of th First Stake Holder Meeting On National ...

Annex 05 ISIC Rev.3 Technology Intensity definition 35 Annex 06 High-technology aggregations based on SITC Rev.4 36 Annex 07 Correspondence tables 38 Annex 08 Photo Shoots 42 . High-tech Definition Page 2 1. …

ISIC Revision 4 - United Nations

This fourth revision of ISIC (ISIC, Rev.4) is the outcome of a review process that spanned several years and involved contributions from many …

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Classification of manufacturing sectors by technological intensity (ISIC Revision 4) Back to Learning Center . Introduction. The classification of industries by technological intensity (technology classification) is a widely applied method for grouping industries for the purpose of policy-relevant analysis.

International & Trade Classification Systems - Doing ...

International Standard of Industrial Classification (ISIC) Revision 4 External United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Classifications External UNSD is the custodian of several international standard classifications that are being maintained and updated to ensure their applicability to current economic, social, environment and other ...