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Download the GE Global Innovation Barometer press release, issued January 18, 2012.
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Download the global results of the GE Global Innovation Barometer with detailed analysis of the Impact of the Financial Crisis on Innovation, the Global Innovation Environment, the Expectations & Optimism for Innovation, the New Model of Innovation, Global Innovation Reputation and Self-Assessment, and Innovation Definitions.
Download the Milken Institute's* Innovation Scorecard. This analysis includes country by country comparisons of University and Industry Collaboration, Venture Capital Deals, Gross R&D Expenditures, High-Tech Exports, Utility Patents, STEM Education, and Business Environments.
GE’s second annual “Global Innovation Barometer” confirms business executives’ belief in innovation as the main driver of prosperity, competitiveness and job creation, and also reveal how challenging and uncertain economic and political environments may hinder companies’ ability to deliver meaningful innovation.
Utilizing GE’s macroeconomic forecast, these country pages shine a light on factors and metrics that can impact a nation’s likelihood and capability to innovate.
Marco Annunziata, Chief Global Economist for GE, provides his analysis and takeaways from the GE Global Innovation Barometer.
*A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank, the Milken Institute believes in the power of capital markets to solve urgent social and economic challenges. Its mission is to improve lives around the world by advancing innovative economic and policy solutions that create jobs, widen access to capital and enhance health.