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Global Innovation Index 2014 veröffentlicht

Am 18. Juli wurde in Sydney der siebte Global Innovation Index (GII) vorgestellt. Anhand von 81 Indikatoren wurde die Innovationsfähigkeit von 143 Ländern untersucht. Besonderer Fokus lag dabei auf der Rolle von Menschen im Innovationsprozess. Den ersten Platz belegte die Schweiz, gefolgt von Großbritannien und Schweden. Deutschland wurde auf Rang 13 eingestuft.

The Global Innovation Index 2014 (GII), in its 7th edition this year, is co-published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO, an agency of the United Nations, UN). The Global Innovation Index (GII) ranks the innovation performance of 143 countries and economies around the world, based on 81 indicators.

The theme of the 2014 GII, the ‘Human Factor in Innovation’, explores the role of the individuals and teams behind the innovation process. Statistically capturing this human contribution to innovation is a daunting challenge. Even more complex are the challenges faced by all those who try to properly nurture the human factor in innovation. The importance of both individual and collective efforts of creators and scientists in the innovation process has been well documented in the literature. The results of the GII provide additional evidence of this significance.

A rich collection of analytical chapters within the GII 2014 shed light on different aspects required of human capital in order to achieve innovation, including the presence of skilled labour, the necessity of skills for successful innovation, higher education, the intersection of human capital, financial capital, and technological capital, retention of talent, and the mobilization of the highly educated.

The core of the GII Report consists of a ranking of world economies’ innovation capabilities and results. Over the last seven years, the GII has established itself as a leading reference on innovation. Understanding in more detail the human aspects behind innovation is essential for the design of policies that help promote economic development and richer innovation-prone environments locally. Recognizing the key role of innovation as a driver of economic growth and prosperity, and the need for a broad horizontal vision of innovation applicable to developed and emerging economies, the GII includes indicators that go beyond the traditional measures of innovation such as the level of research and development.

Read the Pressrelease on the launch of GII jointly released by WIPO, Cornell University, INSEAD and its Global Innovation Index 2014 edition Knowledge Partners to get more information. The Gloabl Innovation Index is online available and can also be downloaded on Kooperation international (see Link below).

For further information read the Press Release on the launch of GII jointly released by WIPO, Cornell University, INSEAD and its Knowledge Partners. The Global Innovation Index 2014 is online available and can also be downloaded on Kooperation international (see Link below).

Quelle: globalinnovationindex.org / World Intellectual Property Organization Redaktion: von Tim Mörsch, VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH Länder / Organisationen: Global Themen: Innovation

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