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Innovation Europe [Data Flow]

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As the global financial crisis roiled Europe, who was still investing in the future? From 2008 through 2010, the European Union's EuroStat office conducted a survey to gauge commercial innovation. The numbers have now been crunched to create a continental leaderboard of business creativity (except for Greece, for which no data was available), with innovation defined as the creation of "new or significantly improved goods or services or the implementation of new or significantly improved processes, logistics, or distribution methods." The survey also captured the rate of collaboration on innovative activities with partners in the United States or China and India.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 4 )