|Date of publication:||09.06.2006|
Publication presents the results from the second Polish survey on innovation in the service sector carried out by the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS) on the basis of CIS-3 questionnaire (id est questionnaire used in the 3rd round of the Community Innovation Survey covering enterprises in the EEA Member States). First survey on innovation in the service sector in Poland took place in 2000 and referred to the period 1997-1999.
The publication is the fifth work on innovation activities in Polish economy issued recently by GUS. The previous ones released in 1994, 1998 and 2002 were devoted to the problems of innovation in industry (mining, manufacturing and utilities sectors) while the publication released in 2001 â€“ to the problems of innovation in the service sector.
In the modern economy innovation is assumed to play a very important role. Promoting innovation is now a high priority in most developed countries.
A necessary tool for the development of new policy measures to promote innovation are innovation surveys.
In order to meet an increasing demand for data on innovation, the Central Statistical Office of Poland continues efforts to develop and improve the innovation monitoring system.
It is worth mentioning that innovation surveys in Poland have a very long and rich tradition going back to the 1960s.
Data presented in the publication are broken down by economic activity (according to the NACE Rev. 1 categories), firm size, sector and type of ownership (public and private; domestic and foreign) and by region (voivodship).
The publication has been prepared by the Science & Technology Statistics Section team in the GUS Economic Statistics Division.
|By:||voivodship, class of enterprises size, ownership sector and form, kind of activity.