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Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Económicas



The Ivie’s growing participation in international projects financed by the European Commission has led to its collaboration with other institutions and research centers around the world. In this way, the Institute has participated and also directed several European and international research projects which require the use of databases beyond the national level. In this regard, the Ivie has created a database on the ICT sector through the PREDICT project. Also, the Ivie participates in the KLEMS project, which studies growth and productivity patterns around the world, and has directed the SPINTAN project that analyzes the impact of public sector intangible assets.


KLEMS (Kapital Labour Energy Material Services) international network aims to promote and facilitate the analysis of growth patterns and the evolution of productivity around the world, based on a growth accounting framework. At the heart of the initiative is the creation of new databases with the necessary variables to carry out these analyses. Through harmonizing concepts, […]
SPINTAN (Smart Public Intangibles) is a project coordinated by the Ivie, with the support of researchers from 12 institutes and universities. Promoted and funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme, the SPINTAN project aims to analyze the impact of public sector intangibles on innovation, welfare and sustainable growth (including the role of […]
The Ivie has developed for the European Commission a wide database on the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Audiovisual Content sectors, within the framework of the Prospective Insights on (R&D) in ICT (PREDICT) Project. The PREDICT project, jointly funded by the European Commission’s DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) and the Joint Research Center […]