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Welcome to SPINTAN
The SPINTAN project aims at discovering the theoretical and empirical underpinning of public intangible policies.
The project has the following two objectives:
- to build a public intangible database for a wide set of EU countries and some other big non-EU countries
- to analyze the impact of public sector intangibles on innovation, well-being and “smart” growth to pay special attention to the medium/long term consequences of austerity policies in view of the expected recovery
What’s new in SPINTAN
The European Commission highlights the SPINTAN project from among those featured in CORDISMay 2nd, 2017
Now available. SPINTAN Manual: "Measuring Intangible Capital in the Public Sector: A Manual"February 1st, 2017
Now available. SPINTAN databases: SPINTAN database on intangibles in the Public sector (1995-2012) and Real Time data (2013-2015) and Task based estimates of organizational capital: Data on organizational capital (task based approach) for a sample of OECD countriesJanuary 16th, 2017
SPINTAN Project: Smart Public intangibles. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no: 612774.
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