Statistical publications of Laurent Perrain (SIES A2.2)


L'état de l'emploi scientifique en France -Édition 2016
SIES A2.2,SIES A2.1,SIES,MES,DGRH A1-1,DEEVA
L’État de l’emploi scientifique 2016 correspond à une publication statistique biennale. Elle rassemble des études et statistiques permettant d'éclairer les différents domaines d'activité des personnels qui relèvent de l'emploi scientifique en France. Il couvre à la fois la recherche menée dans les organismes et les établissements d'enseignement supérieur et celle réalisée en entreprise.

La nouvelle édition 2016 permet de mieux connaître la recherche menée dans les organismes et les établissements d'enseignement supérieur et celle réalisée en entreprise. En effet, le rapport 2016 intègre une approche de l'emploi scientifique par grands champs disciplinaires avec une consolidation ou une mise en cohérence des données portant sur les établissements d'enseignement supérieur, les organismes de recherche (EPST/EPIC) et les entreprises.

Les données statistiques sont présentées selon des périmètres, conventions et unités communs, conformément aux conventions internationales édictées par le manuel de Frascati, dans les limites de la disponibilité des données.

En outre, au-delà de la seule observation statistique, la publication intègre une dimension prospective, qu'il s'agisse du vivier des chercheurs (doctorants) ou des projections de départs en retraite.
Higher education & research in France, facts and figures
SIES A2.4,SIES A2.2,SIES A2.1,SETTAR,OVE,OST du HCRES,DGRH A1-1,DGESIP C,DEPP B1,DEPP A3,DEPP A2,DEPP A1,DEEVA
The 6th edition of Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures provides an annual overview, backed up by figures, of the French higher education and research system, with its changes, resources and outcomes. These data are provided by the statistical departments of various Ministries, for example the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Ministry of Education and the Ministries for the Economy and Finance, but also from other organisations such as the Centre for Study and Research in Training and Education Policy, the National Observatory of Student Life, the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, the Science and Technology Observatory, and the OECD.
Funding of research and technology transfer by territorial authorities
SIES A2.2
Research and technology transfer (R&T) are acknowledged as necessary for economic development. Territorial authorities, in particular the regions, make a significant contribution to creating and expanding an environment that fosters innovation, even though research funding by the different territorial levels remains fairly modest overall (7% of public funding) compared with government expenditure in this area (see Box, page 11). Budget expenditure on R&T is mainly related to spatial planning policy through State-region project contracts (Contrats de projet Etat-régions - CPER)). It is also included in competitiveness cluster policy and the set-up of higher education and research clusters (Pôles de recherche et d’enseignement supérieur - PRES) and more recently in the "Investments for the Future" programme (Progamme Investissements d’avenir" - PIA). However, these are not the only form of local action devoted to R&T. Through regional innovation or economic development strategies, the regions define subject-specific or organisational priority areas for which they are particularly keen to provide support. In this way, territorial authorities are directly involved in funding public or private research projects, training through research, as well as laboratories and technology transfer structures (technology platforms, incubators). These economic development actions extend beyond the scope of skills transfer required by the decentralisation laws. Since 2003, budgets allocated or spent by territorial authorities in support of research can be measured by the annual survey on R&T budgets.
The state of Higher education and Research in France
SIES A2.4,SIES A2.2,SIES A2.1,SETTAR C1,SETTAR,OVE,OST du HCRES,DGRH A1-1,DGESIP,DEPP B1,DEPP A3,DEPP A2,DEPP A1,Céreq
Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures 2010 provides an annual overview, backed up by figures, of the French higher education and research system, in order to show where the country stands internationally and to monitor changes, especially over the long term. Funding, human resources, access to higher education, pass rates, qualifications, integration of graduates into working life, student life, research in biotechnology or nanotechnology, participation in FP7, publications, patents, etc. - all these topics are covered in the 35 fact sheets that make up the 4th edition (2010) of this work.
French Ministry of Higher education, and Research and Innovation