Business Reference & Data: Global Innovation Index 2016 Released
Note: The Global Innovation Index 2016 was jointly released today by:
- Cornell University
- INSEAD and the 2016 GII Knowledge Partners
- Confederation of Indian Industry
- A.T. Kearney
The Global Innovation Index ranks the innovation performance of 128 countries and economies around the world, based on 82 indicators.
China joins the ranks of the world’s 25 most-innovative economies, while Switzerland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Finland and Singapore lead the 2016 rankings in the Global Innovation Index, released today by Cornell University, INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
China’s top-25 entry marks the first time a middle-income country has joined the highly developed economies that have historically dominated the top of the Global Innovation Index (GII) throughout its nine years of surveying the innovative capacity of 100-plus countries across the globe. China’s progression reflects the country’s improved innovation performance as well as methodological considerations such as improved innovation metrics in the GII.
Read the Complete News Release (Includes Regional Rankings)
- Direct to 2016 Rankings Only (3 pages; PDF)
Previous Versions of Report
- Global Innovation Index 2015
Effective Innovation Policies for Development
- Global Innovation Index 2014
The Human Factor in Innovation
- Global Innovation Index 2013
The Local Dynamics of Innovation
- Global Innovation Index 2012
Stronger Innovation Linkages for Global Growth
- Global Innovation Index 2011
Accelerating Growth and Development
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