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13:55 Jun 29, 2007
English to Romanian translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Economics
English term or phrase:input
The relative number of people actually employed in high-tech sectors, which can be taken as one of the indicators of R&D ***output rather than input***, varies equally as much between regions, though not altogether in line with R&D expenditure or human resource endowment. The proportion of the total in work employed in such sectors is largest in German regions, which account for 11 of the 12 in which this is largest (Stuttgart and Karlsruhe, neighbouring regions in Baden-Württemberg, having the largest shares), again according to data for 2005. The proportion is also relatively high in other central regions in the Czech Republic (Severovýchod and Střední Čechy), Slovakia (Západné Slovensko) and Hungary (Közép-Dunántúl). All of these regions have among the lowest endowments of human resources in science and technology, illustrating the lack of any necessary relationship between ***inputs and output*** in this area.