Research and development personnel in the computer system design and related services industry in New Zealand
By occupation, as at 30 June 2018, number of people employed
Research and development (R&D): R&D performed by enterprises are generally investigative work that is of actual or potential use in the development of new or enhanced materials, products, devices, processes, or services. R&D directed towards duplicating work already developed by others is only included if the knowledge or technology required for the development is not available to the enterprise.
Researchers: professionals engaged in the conception, creation, and management of new knowledge, products, processes, methods, and systems.
Technicians: people performing technical tasks in support of R&D activity, normally under the direction and supervision of a researcher. The tasks include preparing experiments and charts and graphs, and taking records.
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Only businesses that Stats NZ pre-identified as carrying out R&D are included. The business sector includes central and local government-owned trading enterprises.
The government sector excludes central and local government-owned trading enterprises but includes scientific research.
The higher education sector includes 8 universities (and their commercial arms).
Data provided by
Research and Development Survey: Personnel involved in research and development by industry and occupation (Annual-Jun) 2018
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Import & extraction details
From the dataset Research and Development Survey: Personnel involved in research and development by industry and occupation (Annual-Jun) 2018, this data was extracted:
- Rows: 5-13
- Columns: 2-505
- Provided: 1,260 data points
This data forms the table R&D - Personnel involved in research and development by industry and occupation 2010–2018.
Dataset originally released on:
February 28, 2019
About this dataset
The Research and Development Survey, conducted every two years, is a joint survey with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). The survey measures the level of research and development (R&D) activity, employment, and expenditure by business sector enterprises, government departments, government-owned trading entities, and universities.
Method of collection/Data provider
The R&D Survey is a postal survey consisting of four questionnaires: a business questionnaire, a government questionnaire, a CRI questionnaire, and a higher education (universities) questionnaire. These questionnaires are specifically designed to capture data on R&D from these different organisation types.
Stats NZ requested information for the last financial year within the 12 months ending 30 September.