knowledge-intensive

a.1.Requiring access to and manipulation of large quantities of knowledge; as, knowledge-intensive labor.
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doubling the annual amount an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) investor can get tax relief on to 2m, when investing in knowledge-intensive companies
Liang provides a foundation for nurturing the intelligence mindset that is critical in the present rapidly changing, high connectivity and interdependency, and knowledge-intensive environment with the more frequent appearance of new unknowns and surprises.
A growing number of knowledge-intensive jobs are now available, but there is often a shortage of suitably skilled, experienced and educated candidates for these roles," says Jason Walker, managing director of Hays in New Zealand in a statement.
High-tech industry and knowledge-intensive services (htec) reference metadata in Euro SDMX metadata structure (ESMS), Annex 8--Knowledge intensive activities by NACE Rev.
Knowledge-intensive companies are those with research and development costs of 15 per cent of their total operating costs, who create intellectual property and 20 per cent of whose workforce have relevant Masters degrees or equivalent.
This relatively low uptake does not prevent more than half the population being employed in knowledge-intensive jobs, the second highest after Luxembourg.
Dubai: Attracting knowledge-intensive investments is a new trend for foreign direct investment (FDI) around the world, experts said at the last day of the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2015 yesterday.
The second article (On the Contributions of Knowledge-Intensive Business-Services Multinationals to Laggard Innovation Systems by Bruno Brandao Fischer) investigates the impacts of inward Foreign Direct Investment on aggregate outcomes of developing countries' National Innovation Systems, taking into account potential contributions from Knowledge-Intensive Business-Services (KIBS) multinationals and their respective comparison with manufacturing investments.
Value of the balanced scorecard for organizational communication in knowledge-intensive firms
Knowledge-intensive flows requiring relatively high levels of human capital and research and development are now larger than labour-intensive, capital-intensive, and resource-intensive flows and are growing faster than all three.
Bulgaria is among the EU countries with the lowest share of people employed in knowledge-intensive sectors.
The proposed indicator is based on four components chosen for their policy relevance: technological innovation, employment in knowledge-intensive activities, competitiveness of knowledge-intensive goods and services, and employment in fast-growing firms of innovative sectors.
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