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  • Analysis | Working Paper

    Digitalization, Cloud Computing, and Innovation in U.S. Businesses

    Digitalization and Cloud Computing Services Use

    Table 1 examines the incidence of digitalization by two-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code industry along with the conditional (i.e., among firms that indicated IT function use) adoption rate of cloud computing by industry. Information (NAICS 51) had the highest inci...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    2017 and 2019 ABS questions on innovation

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    Companies with product or business process innovation, by industry: 2016–18

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    Companies with product or business process innovation, by state: 2016–18

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    Comparing types of innovation in the 2005 and 2018 Oslo Manual editions

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

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    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    Innovation incidence rate, by type of innovation and sex of majority owner(s): 2016–18

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

  • Figure

    Innovation Data from the 2019 Annual Business Survey

    Percentage of companies with product or business process innovation, by firm classification of race and ethnicity: 2016–18

    During 2016–18, nearly a third of the estimated 4.8 million for-profit companies with at least one employee introduced an innovation. Per Oslo Manual 2018, innovation is a new or improved product, which can be a good or a service, as well as a new or improved business process—this definition has ...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    Invention, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation | Supplemental Tables

    Citation of S&E articles in USPTO utility patents, by cited field, cited author country, and patent sector: 2013–20

    Governments, academia, and business all contribute to the interrelated system of invention, knowledge transfer, and innovation. Patenting activities—an indicator of invention—are increasingly international, with middle-income countries increasing their share of patents granted worldwide. Trademar...

  • Analysis | Reports

    Invention, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation

    Conclusion

    A dynamic system of innovation activities, including invention, the transfer of knowledge, and the introduction of new products and processes, generates outcomes that range from new modes of mobile communication to new vaccines to counter a pandemic. Historically, participation has tended to be l...

  • Analysis | Reports

    Invention, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation

    Executive Summary

    Key takeaways: U.S. patenting and trademark activities are concentrated in certain areas of the country, with the highest rates on the east and west coasts, around the Great Lakes, and in parts of the Southwest. U.S. patents are increasingly global. Inventors residing in the United States are nam...