Djuro Kutlaca

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This paper provides a comprehensive comparative analysis of the South East European countries scientific output and impact by Frascati fields of science in the period of 2005–2010. The aim is to determine the volume of scientific output in the mentioned period, level of development of certain scientific fields in selected countries and quality of scientific(More)
In 1883 the Kingdom of Serbia was a co-founder of the well-known Paris Convention dedicated to protection of industrial property. This paper presents the analysis of inventive activities in Serbia in the period from 1921 to 1995. The available patent statistics is analyzed from the aspects of: (a) patenting structure according to the International Patent(More)
Scientific productivity data (number of publications and h-indices), collected from the Web of Science (WoS) database for the period 2005–2010 for 13 countries of Southeast Europe (including Austria as the reference country) and for the 251 WoS categories were grouped, during extraction of data, into 41 fields of science (FoS) according to Frascati manual(More)
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