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2008). 42 researchers per every 1000 inhabitants. The business sector represents the backbone of its innovation system with 67 per cent of the total expenditure. 52 per cent) (Serarols et al. 2008). The Technological Trampolines (TTs), founded by CIDEM in late 2000, are business formation support institutions for promoting technologybased and knowledge-based spin-offs from academia. Their main mission is to detect, select, evaluate and give advice to new spin-off projects. Generally, a Technological Trampoline is a public independent entity integrated in a Technology Transfer Office (TTO) from a public university.
In fact, the functioning of a ‘Comunitat Autònoma’ in Spain is similar to that of a state (USA) or a Land (Germany). The main distinctive characteristic of the regional research and development (R&D) system of Catalonia is its level of resources, which are above the Spanish average, although still far from other scientific regions/ countries of excellence (Serarols et al. 2008). 42 researchers per every 1000 inhabitants. The business sector represents the backbone of its innovation system with 67 per cent of the total expenditure.
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