OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy offer a comprehensive assessment of the innovation system of individual OECD member and partner countries, focusing on the role of government. They provide concrete recommendations on how to improve policies which impact on innovation performance, including R&D policies. Each review identifies good practices from which other countries can learn.
Sweden: Innovation Policy 2016
The 2016 Review of Innovation Policy in Sweden focuses on recent policy initiatives, plus the research and innovation actors and institutions affected by them. In addition to recent achievements and challenges, the report sets out a series of strategic tasks, guiding principles and recommendations vital to Sweden’s global competitiveness in research and innovation.
These six policy initiatives span;
Luxembourg: Innovation Policy 2015
Following a period of rapid growth in the country’s innovation environment, in which public spending on R&D increased by 238%, Luxembourg now boasts two leading-edge research centres of excellence on biomedicine and IT security, which play an important role in attempts to diversify the economy, which continues to be heavily dependent on the financial sector.
Press Release 24 April 2015
Innovation in Southeast Asia
Including a regional synthesis and national innovation profiles for:
|China (2008) English | Chinese | Summary in German|
|Colombia (2014) | Summary in Spanish|
|France (2014) English | French
|Hungary (2008) English | Hungarian|
|||Korea: Industry and Technology Policies (2014) | Summary in Korean | (2009)|
|Luxembourg 2015 (2007- English | French )|
|Mexico: Knowledge-based Start-ups (2013) | 2009- English | Spanish|
|New Zealand (2007)|
|Russian Federation (2011)|
|South Africa (2007)|
|Sweden (2016) (2013)|
|Viet Nam: Science, Technology and Innovation (2014)|