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Gutachten zu Forschung, Innovation und technologischer Leistungsfähigkeit Deutschlands 2013

  • Expertenkommission Forschung und Innovation (EFI), Berlin

Die Expertenkommission Forschung und Innovation legt mit dem Jahresgutachten 2013 aktuelle Analysen, Bewertungen und Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung des deutschen Forschungs- und Innovationssystems vor. Deutschlands F&I-Politik kann auf wichtige Erfolge verweisen, die ihr international hohe Anerkennung verschafft haben. Deutschland hat das Drei-Prozent-Ziel für die nationale FuE-Intensität im Jahr 2011 fast erreicht. Forschung und Innovation deutscher Unternehmen haben einen erheblichen Beitrag zur Stabilität des deutschen Arbeitsmarkts und zu anhaltenden Exporterfolgen geleistet. Wissenschaft und Hochschulen profitieren von den Maßnahmen der letzten Jahre. Auch in Zukunft muss Deutschland Forschung und Innovation weiter stärken, um auf diesem Erfolgspfad zu bleiben. Es gibt jedoch nicht nur Erfolge zu berichten: Nicht alle Ziele für die noch laufende Legislaturperiode sind erreicht worden - die Einführung der steuerlichen FuE-Förderung und eine Verbesserung der Rahmenbedingungen für Wagniskapital waren im Koalitionsvertrag der Bundesregierung verankert worden, zu einer Umsetzung kam es jedoch nicht. Darüber hinaus gibt es aber auch drängende Aufgaben in der Gestaltung der Kooperation zwischen Bund und Ländern und in anderen Politikbereichen.

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This book is provided by Expertenkommission Forschung und Innovation (EFI) in its series Research, innovation and technological performance in Germany: Report with number 2013 and published in 2013.
Volume: 2013
Handle: RePEc:zbw:efigut:2013
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