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8163.0 - Patterns of Innovation in Australian Businesses, 2003  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 16/01/2006  First Issue
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The research study provides an overview of the main patterns of innovation in Australian businesses, the general characteristics of innovators and an analysis of expenditure on innovation.

The paper represents the first consolidated analysis of innovation across Australian businesses as part of a collaboration between Department of Industry Tourism and Resources (DITR) and ABS. The research is based on micro-level data from the ABS Innovation in Australian Business 2003 survey, which covers businesses with 5 or more employees in most industries. The survey provides detailed information on innovation in Australian businesses and broad aggregate results from the survey were published by ABS in Innovation in Australian Business, 2003, ABS Cat. no. 8158.0 in February 2005. This research study provides an overview of the main patterns of innovation in Australian businesses, the general characteristics of innovators and an analysis of expenditure on innovation.


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