Research funding growth in Iceland
The Statistical Bureau of Iceland, Hagstofa Islands, has published its yearbook for 2002 stating that research funding has grown substantially in Iceland during the last few decades.
In 1999 the research funding reached 14 521 million ISK (appox. 162 million euro). 10 years earlier the funding was 4 739 million ISK, having been multiplied by three during this time. The number of research positions have been doubled from 1177 to 2390, as has the research funding part of GNP from 1,03 percent to 2,3 percent in the same period.
Read more on Hagstofas website.