ANALYSIS

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 1 Institutions
[Collapse] 1.1. Political environment
   1.1.1 Political and operational stability
   1.1.2 Government effectiveness
[Collapse] 1.2. Regulatory environment
   1.2.1 Regulatory quality
   1.2.2 Rule of law
   1.2.3 Cost of redudancy dismissal
[Collapse] 1.3. Business environment
   1.3.1 Ease of starting a business
   1.3.2 Ease of resolving insolvency
 2 Human capital and research
[Collapse] 2.1. Education
   2.1.1 Expenditure on education, % GDP
   2.1.2 Government funding/pupil, secondary, % GDP/cap
   2.1.3 School life expectancy, years
   2.1.4 PISA scales in reading, maths and science
   2.1.5 Pupil-teacher ratio, secondary
[Collapse] 2.2. Tertiary education
   2.2.1 Tertiary enrolment, % gross
   2.2.2 Graduates in science and engineering, %
   2.2.3 Tertiary inbound mobility, %
[Collapse] 2.3. Research and development (R&D)
   2.3.1 Researchers, FTE/mn pop.
   2.3.2 Gross expenditure on R&D, % GDP
   2.3.3 Global corporate R&D investors, top 3, mn US$
   2.3.4 QS university ranking, top 3
 3 Infrastructure
[Collapse] 3.1. Information and communication technologies (ICTs)
   3.1.1 ICT access
   3.1.2 ICT use
   3.1.3 Government's online service
   3.1.4 E-participation
[Collapse] 3.2. General infrastructure
   3.2.1 Electricity output, GWh/mn pop.
   3.2.2 Logistics performance
   3.2.3 Gross capital formation, % GDP
[Collapse] 3.3. Ecological sustainability
   3.3.1 GDP/unit of energy use
   3.3.2 Environmental performance
   3.3.3 ISO 14001 environmental certificates/bn PPP$ GDP
 4 Market sophistication
[Collapse] 4.1. Credit
   4.1.1 Ease of getting credit
   4.1.2 Domestic credit to private sector, % GDP
   4.1.3 Microfinance gross loans, % GDP
[Collapse] 4.2. Investment
   4.2.1 Ease of protecting minority investors
   4.2.2 Market capitalization, % GDP
   4.2.3 Venture capital investors, deals/bn PPP$ GDP
   4.2.4 Venture capital recipients, deals/bn PPP$ GDP
[Collapse] 4.3. Trade, diversification, and market scale
   4.3.1 Applied tariff rate, weighted avg., %
   4.3.2 Domestic industry diversification
   4.3.3 Domestic market scale, bn PPP$
 5 Business sophistication
[Collapse] 5.1. Knowledge workers
   5.1.1 Knowledge-intensive employment, %
   5.1.2 Firms offering formal training, %
   5.1.3 GERD performed by business, % GDP
   5.1.4 GERD financed by business, %
   5.1.5 Females employed w/advanced degrees, %
[Collapse] 5.2. Innovation linkages
   5.2.1 University-industry R&D collaboration†
   5.2.2 State of cluster development and depth†
   5.2.3 GERD financed by abroad, % GDP
   5.2.4 Joint venture/strategic alliance deals/bn PPP$ GDP
   5.2.5 Patent families/bn PPP$ GDP
[Collapse] 5.3. Knowledge absorption
   5.3.1 Intellectual property payments, % total trade
   5.3.2 High-tech imports, % total trade
   5.3.3 ICT services imports, % total trade
   5.3.4 FDI net inflows, % GDP
   5.3.5 Research talent, % in businesses
 6 Knowledge and technology outputs
[Collapse] 6.1. Knowledge creation
   6.1.1 Patents by origin/bn PPP$ GDP
   6.1.2 PCT patents by origin/bn PPP$ GDP
   6.1.3 Utility models by origin/bn PPP$ GDP
   6.1.4 Scientific and technical articles/bn PPP$ GDP
   6.1.5 Citable documents H-index
[Collapse] 6.2. Knowledge impact
   6.2.1 Labor productivity growth, %
   6.2.2 New businesses/th pop. 15–64
   6.2.3 Software spending, % GDP
   6.2.4 ISO 9001 quality certificates/bn PPP$ GDP
   6.2.5 High-tech manufacturing, %
[Collapse] 6.3. Knowledge diffusion
   6.3.1 Intellectual property receipts, % total trade
   6.3.2 Production and export complexity
   6.3.3 High-tech exports, % total trade
   6.3.4 ICT services exports, % total trade
 7 Creative outputs
[Collapse] 7.1. Intangible assets
   7.1.1 Trademarks by origin/bn PPP$ GDP
   7.1.2 Global brand value, top 5,000, % GDP
   7.1.3 Industrial designs by origin/bn PPP$ GDP
   7.1.4 ICTs and organizational model creation†
[Collapse] 7.2. Creative goods and services
   7.2.1 Cultural and creative services exports, % total trade
   7.2.2 National feature films/mn pop. 15–69
   7.2.3 Entertainment and media market/th pop. 15–69
   7.2.4 Printing and other media, % manufacturing
   7.2.5 Creative goods exports, % total trade
[Collapse] 7.3. Online creativity
   7.3.1 Generic top-level domains (TLDs)/th pop. 15–69
   7.3.2 Country-code TLDs/th pop. 15–69
   7.3.3 Wikipedia edits/mn pop. 15–69
   7.3.4 Mobile app creation/bn PPP$ GDP

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GLOBAL INNOVATION INDEX

The overall GII score is the simple average of the Innovation Input and Output Sub-Index scores.

  • Rank
  • Score
  • Rank
  • Score
  • Overall
  • Rank

    84
  • Score

    28.0
  • Rank

    120
  • Score

    19.9
  • Innovation Input Sub-index
  • Rank

    71
  • Score

    39.9
  • Rank

    109
  • Score

    30.5
  • Innovation Output Sub-index
  • Rank

    92
  • Score

    16.1
  • Rank

    128
  • Score

    9.2