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1377.0 - Measures of a Knowledge-based Economy and Society, Australia, 2003  
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CONTENTS

    Introduction from the Australian Statistician
    How to use this product
    Innovation and Entrepreneurship Indicators
      Total research and experimental development (R&D) expenditure by sector of performance (business, government, private non-profit, higher education) as a proportion of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
      Total research & experimental development (R&D) expenditure by sector of performance
      Expenditure on basic research by sector of performance (business, government, private non-profit, higher education)
      Expenditure on applied research and experimental development by sector of performance
      Business funding of research and experimental development (R&D) by sector performing as a proportion of total Business R&D funding
      Proportion of Australian business research and experimental development (R&D) funded from overseas
      Proportion of business research and experimental development (R&D) performed overseas
      International migration of human resources by selected qualifications and occupations
      Government funded expenditure on research and experimental development (R&D) by level of government
      Value of venture capital drawdowns
    Human Capital Indicators
      Proportion of all persons aged 15-64 with a non-school qualification
      Highest non-school qualification of employed persons by occupation
      Knowledge workers as a proportion of employed persons
      Researchers devoted to research and experimental development (R&D)
      Main field of highest educational attainment by labour force status
      Participation in secondary and tertiary education, proportion of relevant age group
      Graduate outcomes by qualification, employment status
      Proportion of population aged 15-64 enrolled in a course of study, by field of education and age
      Unmet demand for education by labour force characteristics
      Visits to public library facilities, per capita
    Information and Communications Technology Indicators
      Internet services: number of Internet service providers (ISPs), and access lines
      Internet workstations available in public libraries and proportion of individuals (adults aged 18 years or over) accessing the Internet via public libraries
      Proportion of households with access to a computer, by type of household, State or territory and broad region
      Proportion of households with access to a mobile phone by type of household, income and broad region
      Proportion of households with access to the Internet by type of household, state or territory and broad region
      Proportion of individuals (adults aged 18 years or over) accessing the Internet by age, sex, occupation, level of education and broad region
      Proportion of individuals (adults aged 18 years or over) using the Internet for particular activities and purposes, including accessing government services
      Number of household ISP subscribers
      Volume of data downloaded by household ISP subscribers
      Proportion of businesses with computers, web sites and Internet access by business size
      Use of computers and the Internet on farms
      Number of non-household (includes business and government) ISP subscribers
      Volume of data downloaded by non-household (includes business and government) ISP subscribers
      Proportion of businesses placing or receiving orders via the Internet or web, by broad industry group
      Proportion of business income attributable to receiving orders via the Internet or web, by business size
      Business perceptions of the benefits of receiving orders via the Internet or web
      Business perceptions of the benefits for the business of placing orders via the Internet or web
      Lack of skills as a constraint to household use of computers and the Internet
      Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry income by broad industry group
      Proportion of businesses with Internet access, by broad industry group
      Proportion of individuals (aged 15 years or over) with a disability, using the Internet for particular activities and purposes, including accessing government services
      Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry employment
      Production of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) goods and services, by broad commodity group
      Trade in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) goods and services, by broad commodity group
      Research and experimental development (R&D) performed by the ICT industry
    Special Articles
      Special Article - Stock of Human Capital


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