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We have compared patenting propensity in the Czech Republic with eight EU countries: Germany, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Finland, Belgium, Ireland and Greece. In comparison based on the EPO and USPTO patents listed per million inhabitants, the Czech Republic ranks rather low. The Czech Republic also generated fewer patents per R&D employee than most other countries. The time series data have shown a decrease of number of Czech patents after 1990 with some revival after 1996. As our analysis indicated, the decrease was partially caused by dissolution or transformation of major patent generators, but the most important cause may lie in a little interest of local enterprises.

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Our study evaluates results and impacts of the Framework Programs (FP) 5 and 6 in the Czech Republic. Publications resulting from the FP projects had 42% higher mean citation rate and 77% more EU-25 collaborations than the Czech standards. Teams participating in the FP are better-than-average, because citation rate of all their papers is 21% higher than the Czech standards. The most striking finding is the marked influence of FP on research direction. After the project start, the participating teams published papers in ten new fields in which they did not publish before the project. In 45 other fields, more than 200% increase of papers was observed.

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We have compared bibliometric data of Czech research papers generated from 1994 to 2005 with papers from six other EU countries: Austria, Hungary, Poland, Finland, Ireland and Greece. The Czech Republic ranked the fifth in number of papers per thousand inhabitants and the sixth in number of citations/paper. Relatively the most cited were Czech papers from fields Engineering and Mathematics ranking the third, and Computer Science, Environment/Ecology and Molecular Biology ranking the fourth among 7 EU countries. Our analysis indicates that Czech research is lagging behind the leading EU countries, but its output is proportional to the R&D expenses.

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European countries—Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Switzerland—and Israel were selected according to specific national portfolios and strategies to analyse the volume and impact of existent partnerships and to develop new strategies. Austria

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paper. To allow comparability with the articles published in 1989 by scholars in Czechoslovakia, we combined publications from the scholars who work in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Also, in order to avoid double counting in the post-communist period

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distributions in the Czech Republic since 1992 , Austrian J. of Statistics , 41 ( 2012 ), 133 – 152 . [9] Bondesson , L. , A general result on infinite divisibility

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collaboration. An interesting example is Tomas Cahlik (Czech Republic), the only author whose Q L = 1. In other words, all geodesics between the Czech Republic and other countries pass through him. Moreover, Cahlik is not part of any external inter

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://scholar.google.com . Acknowledgments This work (The related software may found at http://textmining.zcu.cz/downloads/sciento.php .) was supported in part by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic under Grant 2C06009. Many thanks go to the anonymous reviewers for

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Union before the 2004 accession (EU15). Concretely, the following countries are included in our case study: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Israel, Italy

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influential, seem to assign importance to agrifood R&D by this measure. In Slovakia, Malta, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Croatia, the UK, and Turkey the share of agrifood science publications

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