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2007-present
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The Global Innovation Index (GII) is an annual ranking of countries by their capacity for, and success in, innovation. It is published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization, in partnership with other organisations and institutions,[1] and is based on both subjective and objective data derived from several sources, including the International Telecommunication Union, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum.[2] The index was started in 2007 by INSEAD and World Business,[2] a British magazine. The GII is commonly used by corporate and government officials to compare countries by their level of innovation.[3]

The GII is computed by taking a simple average of the scores in two sub-indices, the Innovation Input Index and Innovation Output Index, which are composed of five and two pillars respectively. Each of these pillars describe an attribute of innovation, and comprise up to five indicators, and their score is calculated by the weighted average method.[4]

Below are the top 30 countries according to the GII 2017 rankings. Among the top 30 countries, all are high-income countries, with the exception of China, which is the only upper-middle income country to be among the most innovative, according to the report.[5]

Global Innovation Index 2017 Rankings[5]
Rank Country Income
1   Switzerland High
2  Sweden High
3  Netherlands High
4  United States High
5  United Kingdom High
6  Denmark High
7  Singapore High
8  Finland High
9  Germany High
10  Ireland High
11  South Korea High
12  Luxembourg High
13  Iceland High
14  Japan High
15  France High
16  Hong Kong, China High
17  Israel High
18  Canada High
19  Norway High
20  Austria High
21  New Zealand High
22  China Upper Middle
23  Australia High
24  Czech Republic High
25  Estonia High
26  Malta High
27  Belgium High
28  Spain High
29  Italy High
30  Cyprus High


Global Innovation Index 2016 Rankings[6]
Rank Country Income
1   Switzerland High
2  Sweden High
3  United Kingdom High
4  United States High
5  Finland High
6  Singapore High
7  Ireland High
8  Denmark High
9  Netherlands High
10  Germany High
11  South Korea High
12  Luxembourg High
13  Iceland High
14  Hong Kong, China High
15  Canada High
16  Japan High
17  New Zealand High
18  France High
19  Australia High
20  Austria High
21  Israel High
22  Norway High
23  Belgium High
24  Estonia High
25  China Upper Middle
26  Malta High
27  Czech Republic High
28  Spain High
29  Italy High
30  Portugal High


Global Innovation Index 2015 Rankings[7]
Rank Country Income
1   Switzerland High
2  United Kingdom High
3  Sweden High
4  Netherlands High
5  United States High
6  Finland High
7  Singapore High
8  Ireland High
9  Luxembourg High
10  Denmark High
11  Hong Kong, China High
12  Germany High
13  Iceland High
14  South Korea High
15  New Zealand High
16  Canada High
17  Australia High
18  Austria High
19  Japan High
20  Norway High
21  France High
22  Israel High
23  Estonia High
24  Czech Republic High
25  Belgium High
26  Malta High
27  Spain High
28  Slovenia High
29  China Upper Middle
30  Portugal High


See also

References

  1. ^ Charles H. Matthews, Ralph Brueggemann (2015). Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A Competency Framework. London; New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415742528.
  2. ^ a b Jean-Eric Aubert (editor) (2010). Innovation Policy: A Guide for Developing Countries. Washington, DC: World Bank. ISBN 9780821382691.
  3. ^ "UK ranked as world-leader in innovation". Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. 17 September 2015. Retrieved 2016. 
  4. ^ Cornell University, INSEAD and WIPO (2015). "Global Innovation Index Report 2015" (PDF). https://www.globalinnovationindex.org/. Fontainebleau, Ithaca, and Geneva. Retrieved .  External link in |website= (help)
  5. ^ a b "GII 2017 Report | Global Innovation Index". Global Innovation Index. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ "GII 2016 Report | Global Innovation Index" (PDF). Global Innovation Index. Retrieved . 
  7. ^ "GII 2015 Report | Global Innovation Index" (PDF). Global Innovation Index. Retrieved . 

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