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タイトル: Japanese Science and Technology Indicators 2013
研究領域: 科学技術指標・科学計量学; 科学技術指標
発行日: 2月-2014
出版者: 科学技術・学術政策研究所 科学技術基盤調査研究室
資料の種類・番号/レポート番号: 調査資料;225
抄録: "Science and Technology Indicators" is a basic resource for understanding Japanese science and technology activities based on objective, quantitative data. It classifies science and technology activities into five categories, R&D Expenditure; R&D Personnel; Higher Education; The Output of R&D; and Science, Technology, and Innovation. The multiple relevant indicators show the state of Japanese science and technology activities. Structure of the chapter of “Output of R&D” was changed in the Japanese Science and Technology Indicators 2013. A detailed explanation of the concept of the counting method is provided, and the adjusted number of top 1% highly cited papers in the world, which provides a qualitative perspective of the output, was newly analyzed. An international comparison was made on the number of patent applications using patent families. The "Science, Technology and Innovation" chapter has been enhanced with the addition of an indicator, i.e. transition in the export value of medium high technology industry. Changes in various indicators are registered in the Japanese Science and Technology Indicators 2013 compared with the previous year. Total research and development expenditure in Japan, which has continued to decline in recent years, showed a 1.6% increase over the previous year. The number of newly-hired researcher has been trending downward since peaking in 2009. The number of people enrolling in undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs declined both in 2011 and 2012. Looking at the number of papers produced in Japan, Japan was third according to the fractional counting method (degree of contribution in the production of papers in the world). As for the adjusted number of the top 10% and top 1% highly cited papers in the world, Japan ranked sixth and seventh, respectively. In the number of patent families, which is the indicator for international comparison of the number of inventions, Japan ranked number one in the world.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11035/2490
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