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TIPS 4.5 metoodikaseminar 21.10.2011. Merli Reidolf, doktorant TTÜ ärikorralduse instituut. OECD Self-evaluation report – City of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Arvandmed raportis. Overview of demographics for Rotterdam (1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008 ) Population

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tips 4 5 metoodikaseminar 21 10 2011

TIPS 4.5 metoodikaseminar 21.10.2011

Merli Reidolf, doktorant TTÜ ärikorralduse instituut

arvandmed raportis
Arvandmed raportis
  • Overview of demographics for Rotterdam (1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008)
    • Population
    • Potential labour force (15-64) 69%
      • % male 50%; % female 50%
    • Education level (% of labourforce) -Low 29%; average 37%; High 34%
      • Low = primary education and first phase of (senior) secondary education, average = second phase of (senior)secondary education, high is HPE and university level.
    • Unemployment rate 6,6%
    • Average household income € 25.500
    • Emigration 35.110 ja Immigration 37.448
arvandmed raportis 2
Arvandmed raportis 2
  • Education of labourforce
    • Native ja migrants
  • Forecastedcomposition of thepopulation (origin)
    • Non-western, native, EUmemberstatesotherwestern
  • Number of students of HEIs nad share ofnon-westernstudents
  • GDP percapita; Unemploymentrate; sectoralstructure (13+1 sectors)accordingto number of jobs (%)
    • Netherlands vs Rotterdam area
  • Changeinsectors
    • Accordingtoaddedvalue and employeespersector
  • Number of emlpoyeesrelatedtocompanysize (% oftotal)
    • Netherlands vs Rotterdam (<10; 10-100; >100)
  • Number of citizensemployedin R&D companies
arvandmed raportis 3
Arvandmed raportis 3
  • To monitor development at neighbourhood level, the city recently developed the so-called‘social-index’. This index is composed of 4 indicators:
    • 1. participation (education, social contacts, social-cultural involvement, possibilitytotake part elections)
    • 2. capacities (health, income, language)
    • 3. quality of surrounding (physical)
    • 4. social cohesion (neighbourhood level).
  • The scores are divided into the following categories:Very weak < 3,9; Problematic 3,9 – 4,9;Vulnerable5 – 5,9;Sufficient 6 – 7;Strong> 7
  • A study in 20088 noted the following characteristics of the identity and culture of Rotterdam:
    • Transformation from a port city to a city with a waterfront; Citizens have a high work ethic; Open and direct mentality as an approach to other people; Preference for big festivals, large crowds, large following of the city’s football teams; Open space, city of opportunities; Renewal; City of youth and minorities
contribution of research to regional innovation systems
Contribution of researchtoregionalinnovationsystems
  • DESCRIPTION OF
  • Policies and strategies
  • Institutional perspective
    • UNI-s are more oriented on a national and international level
    • UAS (uni-s of applied science) more focused on the region
    • Vions and mission of the institutionse
  • Programmes and excamples on common project and activities (like science parks, funds
  • Contacts with business community
labour market nad talent development
LABOUR MARKET NAD TALENT DEVELOPMENT
  • Study programmes and thefields of study programmes
    • port and maritime; medical and paramedialcare; creativeindustry; teachertraining
    • Descr. Of howstudents are linkedtothecompaniesduringthestudies
  • Studyrecruitment
    • Enamus üliõpilasi on pärit ümbritsevast regioonist, eriti UAS
  • Descr of recruitment (reklaamimise) variantidest
  • Support and councelling of students
  • Practicedriveneducation
  • Minors, inclentrepreneurship
  • Alumni (contacts)
  • Lifelonglearning – students > 25 aastat
contribution to social cultural and environmental development
Contributiontosocial,cultural and environmentaldevelopment
  • Integraldistrictdevelopment (urbanrenovation, compensateforthedisadvantagesinthesocial, economic and physicalfieldsinsomedistrictscomparedtoothersin Rotterdam)
  • Health – inthelargestcitiesthehealth and lifeexcpectancyrankings are notasgoodasingeneralinNetherlands, unhealthylifestyleamonglesseducatedpeopleetc.
  • Youthpolicy – 20% of residents are under 188, 170 differentcultures, poverty, unemploymentrisks.
florida r gates g knudsen stolarick 2006 the university and creative economy
Rotterdamy OECD ekspertide aruandes rõhutatakse muuhulgas Florida 3T (technology, talent and tolerance) rolli

http://creativeclass.com/rfcgdb/articles/the%20university%20and%20the%20creative%20economy.pdf.

US metropolitan regioonide analüüsis

Florida, R., Gates, G., Knudsen., Stolarick (2006) Theuniversity and CreativeEconomy.
kasutatud n itajad technology
kasutatud näitajad: TECHNOLOGY
  • R&D kulutused percapita; innovationdisclosersperfaculty and patent applicationsperfaculty
  • Licensingincomeperfaculty, totallicensingincome, startupsper 1000 faculty, totalstartups 8still inbusiness)
kasutatud n itajad talent
kasutatud näitajad: Talent
  • Collegestudentsper 10 000, totalcollegestudents, facultyper 10 000, totalfaculty
    • Creativeclass (Florida 2002) – occupationsinwhichindividuals „engageincomplexproblemsolvingthatinvolves a greatdeal of independentjudgement and rquireshighlevels of educationorhumancapital
    • Super-creative – composed of computer and mathoccupations, architecture and engineering,life, physical and socialscience, education, traininglibrory, arts and design, entertainment, sport, mediaaswellascreativeprofessionals . Classicalknowledgeworkers, incl. Management, business, financial, legal, healthcare, technical, high-endsales.
kasutatud n itajad brain drain or gain
kasutatud näitajad: Braindrainorgain
  • BDGI, % of entirepopulationincollege, % 18-34 incollege, % 25 and abovewithdegree
    • iscalculatedasthe % of thepopulationage 25 and overwith BA degreeorabove, dividedbythe % of thepopulationages 18-34 currentlyinthecollegeor uni (post-secondaryschool).
    • Regioon mille BDGI on >1.0 isbraindrainregion, a net breeder id donor of universitytalents. Itretainsproportionallyfewerdegreeholdersthandegreeearners.
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ÜK roll on oluline, aga üksi ei tee midagi
  • Technology juures on ÜK roll ülehinnatud,
  • Talendi ja Tolerantsuse juures on oluline
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