Does your country make the list?
Technological innovation is the key to a competitive and growing economy, unlocking major productivity gains and allowing companies to move towards higher value-added activities.
The World Economic Forum’s annual Global Competitiveness Report evaluates 144 of the world’s economies on various measures of innovation – including the quality of scientific research institutions and spending on R&D – to produce an overall global ranking.
Finland emerges as the most innovative country in the world, with Switzerland coming a close second. Three other European nations are in the top 10 – Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands.
This article first appeared on the World Economic Forum Agenda and was republished with permission.