An Overview Of Human Resources In Science And Technology (Hrst) From Research Development And Innovation (Rdi) Sector During 1993-2009 In Romania
AbstractThe present paper present a study done on the Human Resources in Science and Technology (HRST) in Research Development and Innovation (RDI) sector in Romania during 1993-2009 .This paper started from the elements defined in Canberra Manual based on the qualification and occupation. Labor force in this study refers to university level and technician level as skill from education. These definitions from Canberra Manual for HRST were used in the present paper in reference to all the researchers in Romania for different areas of research as engineering and technology sciences domains, natural and exact sciences, medical sciences, agricultural science, social sciences and humanities. After a short presentation of the US origin of the Human Resources in Science and Technology Management and the situation from Europe, the present paper are dealing with the area of the Human Resources in Science and Technology system from Romania, the sector of Research Development and Innovation. This study is focused on the employees by categories of the activities in research, development and innovation sector. We took into account the employees with different categories of graduation diploma which are working in the fields of research and development activities too. Samples data were took from Tempo online database from National Institute of Statistics from Romania, updated database in 21 of October in 2010.Data were took for simulations in December 2010. We try to do a simulation on the evolution of Human Resources in Science and Technology (HRST) in Research Development and Innovation (RDI) sector in Romania during this period (1993-2009) and we observed that real data fitting on a regression curve of sixth degree whose coefficients were defined during this study. This type of simulation can be good for future forecasting for Human Resources in Science and Technology in Research Development and Innovation (RDI) sector in Romania. The present study is part of Doctoral Grant ï¿1/2Implications for innovation and research and development role in the development of Romania's economic competitivenessï¿1/2, during 2010 and 2013 and having Director :Prof.Dr.Alina Badulescu in Oradea University, Faculty of Economic Sciences.
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Human Resources; Human Development; Statistical Simulation Methods; Employment; Higher Education and Research Institutions; Labor Force and Employment; Size; and Structure.;
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