Tatiana Kiseleva


Publications

July 3, 2017

Cyber Security Risk Assessment (CSRA) for the Economy

Society is digitising. The five most valuable companies in the world are ICT companies. The Dutch population makes extensive use of the Internet, and the government is also focusing increasingly on the use of digital means. This digitisation also involves an increase in the economic importance of cyber security.

April 4, 2017

De regionale impact van universiteiten; een literatuuroverzicht

Dit document biedt achtergrondinformatie bij het CPB Discussion Paper 348 ‘The regional impact of European Universities: evidence from patent citations’. Het discussion paper analyseert de rol van afstand bij de verspreiding van kennis (‘kennisspillovers’) van Europese universiteiten en onderzoeksinstellingen naar bedrijven.

November 2, 2016

Kansrijk Wetenschapsbeleid

Dit rapport bespreekt verschillende mogelijke beleidsmaatregelen voor het Nederlandse wetenschapsbeleid vanuit een economisch perspectief.

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July 7, 2016

Do national borders slow down knowledge diffusion within new technological fields? The case of big data in Europe

Big data technologies enhance the storage, processing, and analysis of large data sets and can be applied economy-wide. Despite this potential, only one percent of big data patents come from Europe.

July 6, 2016

Cyber Security Risk Assessment for the Economy

This cyber security risk assessment (CSRA) in intended to provide insight into the underlying causes, consequences and magnitude of cyber risks; thus, helping policymakers and businesses to understand and prioritise those risks.