Each month, we take a deep dive into one determinant of innovation that constitutes the Global Innovation Index (GII), often together with the GII data collaborators. In this blog series, we unveil unique Innovation Insights, untangling the complexities, and driving forces of the most up-and-coming innovation nations.
Every year, the Global Innovation Index (GII) stretches its boundaries to provide deeper insights into the world of innovation. This year, with data provided by CBInsights, the GII shines a spotlight on the remarkable world of unicorns.
When COVID-19 sent shockwaves through the film industry, production plummeted. Now, as the dust settles, a captivating question emerges: Will Bollywood or Hollywood take the reins in driving the film recovery?
In 2022, overall high-tech trade has increased at a lesser pace than overall trade in goods and merchandise, according to analysis updating earlier findings in the Global Innovation Index 2022, and drawing on data from Trade Data Monitor.
Concurrent with the digital revolution, intangible assets – such as R&D, intellectual property, brands, software, databases, organizational assets and skills - have grown in importance. They are now the cornerstone of any vibrant innovation ecosystem. As such, intangible assets should be part of any measure gauging the success of corporate and national innovation ecosystems.