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  • Analysis | Working Paper

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

    Innovation by Cloud Computing Services Use Status

    Table 4 compares the incidence of product innovation, business practice innovation, and marketing innovation by cloud computing services use status and 2-digit NAICS code industry. Product innovation is further broken out by any product innovation (either new-to-the-business or new-to-the-market)...

  • Reference

    Definitions of Research and Development: An Annotated Compilation of Official Sources | III. Federal and State Government R&D

    Description

    This NCSES survey is the only source for comprehensive, uniform statistics regarding the extent of R&D activity performed and funded by departments and agencies in each of the nation’s 50 state governments, the government of the District of Columbia, and the government of Puerto Rico. For general...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    Abstract

    On May 5, 2020, the National Science Board (NSB) released its Vision 2030 report (NSB 2020), which lays out four central priorities for the National Science Foundation this decade. One such priority, “expand the geography of innovation,” envisions innovation hubs operating in every state to help ...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    Conclusion

    The very large sample size in the inaugural 2017 ABS provides the unique opportunity to examine differences in regional self-reported innovation rates that was not possible with earlier federal collections of innovation data. Modest differences in regional innovation rates are explained by relati...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    Introduction

    Anyone who watches the news, reads the business section of newspapers, or simply uses technology probably has a mental map of the geography of innovation. For nearly everyone, that map would include Silicon Valley, California; Seattle, Washington; and Austin, Texas—regions that host iconic high-t...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    Most Innovative Commuting Zones: Overall and Controlling for Industrial Composition

    The substate regions used in this analysis are the 2010 commuting zones, collections of individual counties linked by strong intercounty commuter flows (Fowler and Jenson 2020; Fowler, Rhubart, and Jensen 2016). Commuting zones have the advantage of defining a functional economic region and provi...

  • Figure

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey | The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation

    New-to-market innovation, by state

    On May 5, 2020, the National Science Board (NSB) released its Vision 2030 report (NSB 2020), which lays out four central priorities for the National Science Foundation this decade. One such priority, “expand the geography of innovation,” envisions innovation hubs operating in every state to help ...

  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey | The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation

    Observed and predicted any product innovation and new-to-market innovation rates, by state

    On May 5, 2020, the National Science Board (NSB) released its Vision 2030 report (NSB 2020), which lays out four central priorities for the National Science Foundation this decade. One such priority, “expand the geography of innovation,” envisions innovation hubs operating in every state to help ...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    Self-Reported Innovation Rate Estimates

    The first set of any product innovation and new-to-market innovation rates examined in table 1 is for detailed industries and firm size classes for the United States, metropolitan areas, and nonmetropolitan areas. A separate column indicates when metropolitan and nonmetropolitan innovation rates ...

  • Analysis | Working Paper

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation: Results from the 2017 Annual Business Survey

    The Geography of Self-Reported Innovation

    Given small differences in innovation rates across the settlement hierarchy, and unexpectedly high innovation rates among some industries not thought of as high-tech, the expectation of large differences in self-reported innovation rates across states and between the urban and rural portions of s...