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Performance of European Member States in biotechnology

  • Thomas Reiss
  • Sibylle Hinze
  • Iciar Dominguez Lacasa

Despite an increasing policy interest in biotechnology in Europe, there is a lack of internationally comparable data on national performance in biotechnology. This paper presents a performance analysis of 14 Member States using science technology and economic indicators. A strong relationship between scientific and commercial performance was found. Four performance clusters were identified: the best-performing countries Denmark, Sweden and Finland; the second-best performers The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Germany; cluster three with Austria, France and Ireland, performing below the European median performance value, and the Mediterranean countries Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece performing weakly as measured by all indicators. Copyright , Beech Tree Publishing.

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Volume (Year): 31 (2004)
Issue (Month): 5 (October)
Pages: 344-358

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