NAME OF ORGANISATION
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)
A survey was conducted for a selection of non-manufacturing industries to determine the level and main types of innovation that was occurring. Data was published by industry and size (employment) of business
To assess the level and type of innovation in a selection of non-manufacturing industries.
6,700 management units in Australian industry were sampled. The sample taken from the ABS business register. All size businesses were included and most industries with the exception of Agriculture, forestry and fishing, Government administration and defence, and Education regardless of whether the businesses had undertaken any innovative activities in the collection period.
See OECD's Oslo Manual
Management units: rate of innovation, by industry and employment groups
ANZSIC - Selected Divisions
Employment groups (0-4, 5-9, 10-19, 20-49, 50-99, 100-199, 200-499, 500-999, 1000 or more)
Other concepts (summary)
A technological innovation is any new or substantially improved good or service which has been commercialised, or any new or substantially improved process used for the production of goods and services.
New South Wales
Comments and/or Other Regions
First and only collection 1993/94
Data availability comments
Only limited data was collected in this survey - so there is little information available that was not published
DATE OF LAST UPDATE FOR THIS DOCUMENT
25/07/2002 03:33 PM