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ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY Basic Facts on Iceland. Geological map of Iceland. The mantle plume under Iceland. Content of presentation. Geography and population Research, Development and Innovation Trade The last slide. Geography and population. Few Basic Facts About Iceland.

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content of presentation
Content of presentation
  • Geography and population
  • Research, Development and Innovation
  • Trade
  • The last slide
few basic facts about iceland
Few Basic Facts About Iceland
  • Population: 320.000 Capital area: 60% of total population Labour force: 80% of total population Life expectency: over 81 years Fertility Rate: 2,14 births per woman Population density: 3 persons per km2
  • Land Area: 103.000 km2Exclusive economic area: 200 nautical miles Sea area within fishing limits: 758.000 km2
  • Average temperature in Reykjavík (2000-2009)January: 1 °C July: 12 °C

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

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Regional Change in Population 2000-2010.

Population 2010

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

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The Gini coefficient measures the inequality of income distribution within a country. It varies from zero, which indicates perfect equality, with every household earning exactly the same, to 100, which implies absolute inequality, with a single household earning a country\'s entire income.

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

total r d personnel per thousand labour force 2008
Total R&D personnel per thousand labour force (2008)

Source: OECD Main Science & Technology Indicators

r d source of funding 2008
R&D Source of Funding (2008)

Source: The Icelandic Centre for Research

r d execution share of total expenditure 2008
R&D executionShare of total expenditure 2008

Source: The Icelandic Centre for Research

innovation performance 2009 summary innovation index
Innovation Performance (2009 Summary Innovation Index)

Source: European Innovation Scoreboard, 2009

entrepreneurs by age 2009
Entrepreneurs by age (2009)

A total of 11,4% of the population (22 thousand) aged 18-64

were engaged in early stage entrepreneurial activity

Source: Reykjavik University – GEM Report (n=199)

entrepreneurs by gender 2009
Entrepreneurs by gender (2009)

8% of women aged 18-64 engage

in entreprenurial activity

15% of men aged 18-64 engage

in entreprenurial activity

Source: Reykjavik University – GEM Report (n=199)

export in 2009 from
Export in 2009 from

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

imports in 2009 from
Imports in 2009 from

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

exports 2009 products by value fob
Exports2009 products by value fob

Source: Statistics Iceland 2010

last slide
Last slide
  • Small economy and population -well educated and entrepreneurial
  • Large territory – low population density - great distances – strategic location
  • Dynamic and well focused R,D&I
  • Economy sliding upwards – diversification needed
  • EU main trading partners with > 2/3 of value
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