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Growth Analysis is responsible for the growth policy intelligence work based abroad and for the promotion of efforts relating to growth, innovation, research and education policy, and other areas of importance for Swedish competitiveness and sustainable growth. In those countries outside Europe where Growth Analysis has operations we act as the Office of Science and Innovation at the Swedish embassies.
Growth Analysis currently has offices in Brasilia, New Delhi, Peking, Tokyo, and Washington DC and two in Sweden.
Growth Analysis’ foreign-based operations have three roles:
We provide our primary stakehoulders with general information and analysis related to growth, innovation, research and education policy.
2. Formation of alliances
We facilitate and support the formation of strategic alliances between Swedish and foreign players.
3. Operative support
We work in situ on the agreements that Sweden has with other countries, and we make it possible for financers to send their own staff to Growth Analysis’ offices. We are also Sweden’s Office of Science and Innovation at the embassies where we have offices.
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The new medical device directive in EU – an opportunity for Sweden?
This report refers to a study of how Swedish companies, representatives of industry, authorities and...
Direct response 2016:28
Prospects for Swedish Innovation in the Chinese elderly care
This report aims to describe trends related to ageing in China, as well as to identify what opportun...
Direct response 2016:25
Bioeconomics– a growing concept on the international stage
The term “bioeconomics” is being used increasingly frequently in the areas of research, business and...
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The digitalization of the Chinese healthcare system– An increased focus on efficiency and accessibility may create business opportunities for Swedish companies
The aim of this report is to describe current digitalization trends in the health care sector in Chi...
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Sweden – an attractive mining country from a global perspective?An international comparison
In June 2015, the government commissioned the Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis (Growth Anal...
Innovative global cities– how places attract knowledge-intensive industries
This report provides a picture of what other countries are doing to create attractive cities. Exampl...
India’s Startup Boom– now the third largest startup nation in the world
India’s economy is growing fast, as is the interest investors and foreign governments are showing in...
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Aviation or trains? – High-speed train and renewable fuels in aircraft
The main reason for developing high-speed train services in the world has been to facilitate for lei...
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Adaptation to more sustainable transports– Countries prioritise differently
Many countries have a vision of what technology and fuels will make the transport sector more sustai...
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Links between higher education and working life– a study of other countries’ initiatives
Growth Analysis has been commissioned by the Ministry of Education to conduct a survey of how other ...
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