Institutions taking part in the TAGES Network are examined in order to get a general view of the composition of the TAGES Network and a network map is prepared.
1230 institutions taking part in the TAGES Network are analyzed in order to prepare the present map. The analysis is made on 2 distinctions; first considering the institution types, second considering the sectors in which institutions operate. This two-stepped analyze is applied both to the TAGES Network institutions in Turkey and in foreign countries.
Firstly in Turkey, according to the analysis made by institution types, TAGES Network institutions are concentrated in private sector. According to the analysis considering the sectors, the Network institutions operate mainly on Information & Communication Technology and Manufacturing.
Among the foreign institutions with whom TAGES collaborates, EU member states have a dominant ratio. 53% of the foreign institutions in TAGES Network are operating in private sector. Universities and reserach institutions follows the private sector with 20% and 13%, orderly.
Among EU member countries German institutions take the first place with 12%, followed by Italian (11%), Spanish, Belgian (9%), Greek (8%), English and Romanian (9%) institutions. The number of universities from United Kingdom and Germany are also remarkable. Among EU associated/candidate countries Romania and Bulgaria take the head by their companies and universities.
Out of the sectorial analysis made within the foreign institutions of the TAGES Network, figures a balanced distribution between Information & Communication Technology (22%), Science & Technology (17%), Education (17%), Consultancy (16%) and Manufacturing (11%).
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